Please read the following steps to place an order online.
- Enter the quantity, size and shape of your sticker.
- Select the label type you require from the drop down list.
- Click on ‘Calculate cost’ and print the resulting quotation if required.
- Upload your artwork files and add any additional notes or special requests for our attention.
- Supply your address and contact details.
- Select your payment method.
- Submit your order which we will confirm by return email.
If you are confused by anything please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.
How long will my order take?
At Presspoint we endeavour to get your order to you ASAP, as a general rule your order will be dispatched within 5-10 working days of artwork approval.
I’m not a designer, can you help with my artwork?
Of course we can, we have an in-house graphic design team to help you with your Labels or Stickers. Please note charges may occur depending on your requirements.
I’m a little overwhelmed by all the options, how do I choose?
If you’ve had a look through the website and don’t know which option to choose, please feel free to get in contact with our team via email or telephone.
What size can my Sticker be?
The smallest we can print is a 20mm x 40mm rectangle or a 27mm diameter circle. The biggest a sticker can be is 600mm wide by 2000mm long.
How many stickers can I order?
With most print options you can order as many or little as you like, however some print options do have minimum quantities to cover a lengthy or complicated setup time, e.g, Bumper Sticker Special has a minimum of 1000 stickers.
Where are the stickers made?
Presspoint is proudly Australian owned and operated. All our printing is done in-house, in Port Melbourne, Victoria!
I want a few different designs on my stickers, how do I order that?
In this situation it is probably easiest if you send us an email outlining your requirements. We can then get back to you with a quotation.
What is the Prepress charge?
Prepress is charged every time a job is run, it covers the time involved in setting up the artwork and printers before a job is sent to print.