Online Raffle Ticket printing
Raffle tickets don’t have to look like the boring kind you buy from a store, you can have unique raffle ticket printing that captures the mystique of your prize! We can handle numbering for you, as well as design and perforation. Just let us know what you would like and we will make sure it happens. Printing online raffle tickets are our expertise. In addition to this, we have made this candy raffle ticket price calculator to make the process that much easier.
We know that the ticket numbers are often supplied at the last minute. So the more time you have to sell your tickets the better. That is why we have state of the art equipment and perfected our processes so we can meet the tightest deadlines. We offer fast delivery and in-store pickup with easy parking
We design your raffle tickets based on your requirements and send you a proof online for review. You can request as many changes as you like to make sure you are 100% happy to print.
Perfect Bound Books Paper Types
The standard stock for raffle ticket book printing is 300gsm silk covers and 80gsm laser internals. Choose from thicker or thinner stocks as you wish, for more info see below.
Paper Options – Ticket Book Covers
300gsm Silk, Gloss, Matt stocks have a professional finish along with being a perfect paper to print on and achieve clarity. Touch any of these coated stocks and you will notice a smooth feel that also gives added protection and durability to your ticket books.
Matt, is not reflective or shiny in any way, Gloss is glossy, and Silk is a satin textured paper stock.
300gsm Hi-Bulk sports a sturdy, subtle texture and feel and is an uncoated stock. As a result of this, it has an extended life and helps to make your raffle tickets more durable.
200 – 300gsm System Board has a dazzling white high end look in addition to having a subtle texture.
Paper Options – Internal Stock
80, 90 and 100gsm Laser are good inexpensive uncoated paper options, and are also lightweight and strong.
Raffle Tickets – Perforation
Please specify in your artwork with a small dotted line where the tickets should be perforated.