Jukebox Print is a supplier of business cards and related products such as address labels, customer banners and signs. Jukebox Print creates custom items such as loyalty cards and promotional calendars as well.
Jukebox Print Promo Codes:
$10.00 off first order for new customers.
Jukebox Print Pricing:
14 pt Uncoated Standard 3.5" x 2" - 250
14 pt Uncoated Oversize 3.5" x 2.25" - 250
14 pt Uncoated Mini 3.5" x 1.5" - 250
14 pt Uncoated 2.25" x 2.25" - 250
14 pt Uncoated European Standard 85mm x 55mm
16 pt Uncoated Standard Semi-Gloss 3.5" x 2" - 250
16 pt Uncoated Oversize Semi-Gloss 3.5" x 2.25" - 250
16 pt Uncoated Mini Semi-Gloss 3.5" x 1.5" - 250
16 pt Uncoated Semi-Gloss 2.25" x 2.25" - 250
16 pt Uncoated European Standard Semi-Gloss 85mm x 55mm
14 pt Uncoated Standard Super Gloss 3.5" x 2" - 250
14 pt Uncoated Oversize Super Gloss 3.5" x 2.25" - 250
14 pt Uncoated Mini Super Gloss 3.5" x 1.5" - 250
14 pt Uncoated Super Gloss 2.25" x 2.25" - 250
14 pt Uncoated European Standard Super Gloss 85mm x 55mm
Jukebox Print Summary:
Pros: Wide range of styles to choose from.
Cons: Mixed reviews at times.
Bottomline: Well-established company.
Jukebox Print Key Information:
Vancouver, British Columbia
Number of Employees
1 (647) 795-0033
107 Atlantic Avenue, Suite 203, Toronto, ON M6K1Y2
Jukebox Print FAQs:
What is Jukebox Print's price range?
Depending on which size and coating you choose for your business cards, Jukebox Print's pricing for 250 business cards will range somewhere between $45.00 CAD and $139.00 CAD.
Does Jukebox Print offer free shipping?
Jukebox Print does not specifically mention free shipping on their shipping page. You can use their shipping calculator to get a tailored quote for your order.
Where can I find the Jukebox Print login?
Visit www.jukeboxprint.com/login to find the Jukebox Print login.
What are some Jukebox Print alternatives?
- Vista Print.
Jukebox Print News & Activity:
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Jukebox Print Reviews:
I purchased business cards and some flyers for a friend. I moved to the US after and haven't used them ever since. I remember the quality and customer service. They were very helpful.
I have used both Moo and Jukebox. In fact I switched from Moo to Jukebox for my primary business card printing. They just have so many more options with stock and processes.
I used Jukebox and don't recall any issues...but it was a while ago.
Oh Jukebox Print, how I hate you so. Was it the fact that your 3-4 day standard turnaround took 15 days? Was it the fact that my junky Epson color printer was able to print a superior card than your state-of-the-art facility? Was it the fact that your pay-for-proofing service was a complete joke? Was it the fact that your "quality control" team said that the "solution" to my issues was to purchase another set of business cards at full price? Was it the fact that there are superior services available (Why didn't I read your reviews first? Silly me.) for lesser cost such as Moo.com? Personally, I believe it is all of the above. All I wanted was to get what I paid for, and you couldn't even give me that. Thanks for nothing.
Comparison between my s***** Epson printer and Jukebox Print for those interested.Note that the only difference between the two is a different title font and an additional line of text at the bottom. And of course, here is the "Quality Control" response saying that I should just purchase more cards from Jukebox Print if I want to have the issue fixed.