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Make money selling t-shirts

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by dadecotti, Nov 2, 2012.

  1. dadecotti

    dadecotti Senior Member

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    hello
    is there any website to create custom t-shirs and then sell it?
    Without open an e-commerce website, just an easy way to do it.
     
  2. x5050

    x5050 Junior Member

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    Zazzle and Cafepress are the two big providers of this.
     
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  3. dadecotti

    dadecotti Senior Member

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    thanks! I will check both!

    Searching on google I just found Printfection but I'm sure yours will be better!
     
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    Yeah. Spreadshirt.co.uk is pretty good :)
     
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    safeservicejt Newbie

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    Spreadshirt.co.uk is great site
     
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    I offer you this: spreadshirt.co.uk
     
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    Cafepress is good.
     
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    I started using cafepress at 16 and spreadshirt
     
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    cromano923 Registered Member

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    I've been looking into this for awhile and have not found many other providers than the ones listed in this thread. The challenge is that they all make a strong profit while you do not have the burden of worrying about shipping and handling.

    While tedious, it may be much more fruitful for you to order in bulk from a custom printer and to just ship them out yourself from the post office. In doing this, you will pay around $4 per t-shirt and can make a profit selling for $12-$15. This will also allow you to have some to give away as freebies.

    Otherwise, you may be stuck pushing shirts for $20+ from spreadshirt which is a bit pricey for a t-shirt.
     
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    dr.eleven Newbie

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    I thinks spreadshirt is good site.
     
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    sbraill Newbie

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    I want to thank everyone for answering this question. I have been needing to make some shirts in large quantity for some functions and now I have some great ideas of where to look. I know Vista does these but prices aren't the best.
    Again, thanks all for answering and OP for asking :)
    Sbraill
     
  14. Cloudbacklinks

    Cloudbacklinks Regular Member

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    spreadshirt gives the most profit
     
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    did you check threadless.com
     
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    Johnnyroq Newbie

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    Spreadshirt is awesome and not only that, if you hit up their customer support, you can work custom deals.

    They dont really dropship, but once you get a decent flow of orders, you should be fine. Just buffer with a longer shipping date + a lower price tag.

    Instead of a week, make it 3 weeks and charge them $10 rather than $15 for the shirt. That simple.

    Bigger sites like ript and yetee did this to start out to the best of my knowledge, but they turned their profits into a fulltime print shop.
     
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    http://www.spreadshirt.co.uk/ <- This site is one of the best.. Good luck with it.