Tickets

  • tick-circle High quality Tickets
  • tick-circle Including tearing and numbering options
  • tick-circle Print single-sided or double-sided

What exactly does your brand have to say? Let the quality speak for you and deliver your message with Helloprint's printed tickets. This tactile experience will have your guests feeling fancy and dropping everything to mark their calendars! With durable 250gsm paper that looks as good as it feels, your printed tickets will be as stylish as they are practical.

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Submission specifications
Submitting your artwork is easy, simply follow these instructions when you design & upload the artwork for your Tickets. Click on an instruction for more information.
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Templates
In order to design the perfect artwork for your Tickets, we have created some easy templates. You will find the most popular artwork templates below. Click on the link at the bottom to see all the templates.
FAQs

Where will the numbering be placed on my tickets?

You can decide where the numbering will be placed on your tickets. In this case, always send an example where you show where the numbering should be placed. The numbering starts from 0001. If you want the numbering to be in a different sequence start with a different number, please request a quotation.

Where do I place my ticket numbers?

Put your number in a text block of 3 cm x 1 cm with a 1 pt line.

What is a perforation and where will it be placed?

A perforation tear line is an indication to the production team to show where your perforation should be. It can be placed in a straight line anywhere on the ticket. This makes it easy to tear off the stub and ideal to use as a ticket. Always provide a sample file in which you indicate where the perforation line has to be placed, for a line in the final file will be been printed together.

Which production techniques do you use?

For the production of your Tickets we use the following production technique(s):

Digital printing uses four colours (CMYK) with toners and inks to print digital files. This option is comparable to large home printer, and is cheaper than ‘litho’ printing for smaller quantities. This is because there are less starting costs, less components involved, and no ink drying time necessary.

Which materials can I choose from?

250gr gloss MC: this paper is mainly used in the hospitality and retail. They are 3 times as thick as printing paper and thereby they feel pretty solid. Thickness: 0,22mm

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