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Does it cost extra to get my glasses imprinted?


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Lee Keven from DIHORSE LLC

Why not buy a lase machine that design your own logos, monograms or anything else on the glasses? Customers would not be interested in the designs several weeks later, then you can get new designs. I believe that's a brilliant idea.

Jan 19, 2017

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Eric Schuchart from Crystal Imagery Inc.

Yes.  If you are looking for even higher perceived value and want the glass in which you serve your drinks to reflect the quality of whats inside - then you should consider sandcarved glass.  Sandcarving gives you a 3D look and feel that can't be achieved with screenprinting or engraving.  You get what you pay for!

Jan 12, 2017

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Renee Williams from Grandstand Glassware and Apparel

Yes, there will be small charge to print your logo/branding onto your glassware. The branding and marketing benefits far outweigh the small uncharge for printing. Especially with so many small microbreweries putting out great beers and ciders, the vessel you put yours in can enhance the customers overall experience, and give your product that 'perception of value' to help individualize  your product and expereince.

Dec 5, 2016

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Kadri Pereira from Luscan Group

Yes, there is extra cost involved in printing the glasses, but in large orders it can be very little. Our prices usually include 1 colour print.

Aug 18, 2014

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Kinnek Knowledge Team

Yes, there is usually an extra cost associated with getting a glass imprinted with some design or logo, and the cost increases depending on how many colors are needed.  Some suppliers may waive the extra cost, however, if you order glasses in bulk, so speak with your supplier about possibly having the cost waived if you are purchasing in bulk.

May 14, 2014

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