Burris 8UP Printable postcards have eight blank, printable postcards on an 11 x 17" tabloid-size sheet. They are perforated for easy detaching. You can print them in-house on your own laser, inkjet printer, or copier and they are capable of being printed in color or black-and-white (B&W).
8UP postcards per 11x17" sheet means that you can save money on metered printing (printers charging per sheet run)
They are blank so that you can print them with your own design
There is no cutting out the postcards; they are perforated for easy detaching after printing
The postcards allow for complete “DIY” (Do It Yourself) printing so you don’t have to pay a printer to print your designs
Advantages of Burris’ 8-Up Postcard Sheets ™
Double the throughput
Yield 8 postcards for each sheet printed
Fewer sheets to run
Faster run of the print job
You can get your print job done at half the price*
*Businesses that lease printers and copiers often pay a "click charge" for each sheet that runs through the printer. Per-click charge can mean one click per sheet of paper. Printing the biggest sheet possible will result in the lowest click charge.
With blank postcards you can use your own PC, programs, printer
You control your message
Mail merge from your data
Postcard printing is fast
Create and print in-house
Print 8-UP (eight per sheet)
Micro-perfed for fast, easy detaching
Postcard marketing is effective
See message without opening
Most likely to be read
Smallest piece of direct mail and less likely to be tossed
You can make post cards for real estate marketing, bulk mailings, or any other promotional ideas. Direct mail marketing using our 8UP Postcards™ is one of the most inexpensive ways to handle your advertising. Blank postcards also provide a great tool for non profit organizations to keep in touch with members, donors, and organization friends.
All of our blank postcard paper is specially selected and tested for easy feeding and crisp printing using your own laser or inkjet printers or copiers. Our products are also compatible with copiers capable of handling postcard paper. Once printed and separated, each postcard meets all USPS requirements for mailing a first class postcard. Printing with a 5/8″ margin at the bottom of each postcard will leave room for the sticker with a bar code that the Post Office places at the bottom. If you leave that margin available, then you won’t lose any information.