- Vegetable based ink
- No setup fees
- Full color on both sides
- 4″ custom shapes
- Industry standard pulpboard
- Approximate 3-4 week turnaround
- 2–day shipping
- Rush orders are not currently available
- You may use different files for the front and back
- Can't find your shape here? Email us for a custom die cut quote, [email protected]
Keep countertops & tables dry with double-sided, custom shaped coasters. As low as $0.103 EACH!
Get incredible pricing on these environmentally friendly, super-absorbent, 4″ round custom coasters that are double sided and printed in full color on industry standard pulpboard.
• Environmentally Friendly
• 4″ Round Coasters
• Full Color, Double Sided Printing
• Volume Pricing Discount
Here’s What Our Customers Are Saying!
Our Coasters Are A Good Choice For The Environment!
Environmentally Friendly Pulpboard: The spruce pulpboard that is used to make coasterboard comes from a sustainably managed forest in Europe. For every tree that is cut down, another tree is planted. Super absorbent pulpboard is the only material that will soak up liquids, dry overnight, and be ready to use again the next day. We also use vegetable based ink which contains less VOC’s than solvent ink.
Order Now In 4 Easy Steps:
If you do not have your artwork prepared, our design team can help you (click to contact) otherwise proceed thru the following steps.
1. Upload your front design
2. Upload your back design
3. Configure your order
4. Approve the artwork
Within 24 hours of ordering, you will receive a proof that needs to be approved before your order is printed and sent.
$667.00 – $1,845.00
Can you send me coaster samples? Of course! We will send you samples of each thickness. Email your shipping address to [email protected] to begin the process.
How thick is 60pt material? 60pt material is approximately 1.4mm thick, similar to a dime. 60pt pulpboard is the industry standard for bars and restaurants because it is mostly rigid.
What is pulpboard? Pulpboard is the industry standard material for printing beer coasters. There is no other option and here’s why; the spruce pulp that is made into coasterboard comes from sustainable forests in Germany. For every tree that is cut down, another tree is planted. In addition to having an environmentally sustainable resource, we know that spruce pulpboard is the most absorbent. Bartenders do not like wet bartops, neither do bargoers. Napkins, paper prints, cardboard, and other materials fall apart when wet, and do not absorb an effective amount of moisture. Pulpboard is the only material that will soak up liquids, dry overnight, and look like nothing happened the next day. You can normally get a handful of uses out of each coaster.
Do you offer color matching? No. We are able to satisfy 95% of color match requests, but due to the difficulty of perfectly matching a color with CMYK process, we cannot guarantee it.
Why is shipping so expensive? Coasters are heavy. For example, an order of 5,000 80pt coasters would ship in two boxes weighing nearly 50lbs each.
Can you help me with graphic design? We offer simple layouts free of charge. Tell us about your project by contacting [email protected]
We have an event coming up, can we get coasters on time? Normal production for a coaster order is approximately three weeks, plus transit. Rush orders are currently available on 4″ round or square, 60pt medium weight only. There is a 20% upcharge on the print cost only, and rush orders can be placed by email only. [email protected]
How many versions can we have for our personalized coaster order? You may use a design for the front, a different design for the back, but every coaster must be identical per order. If you have two creatives, you would need to place two orders.
Do you make custom shapes? Absolutely. We have a library of fun shapes to choose from, or we can produce a fully custom die. Give us a call or email to inquire about a custom shaped coaster. [email protected]
Are there additional costs or fees with ordering coasters? We only charge for printing and shipping; there are no setup fees or design fees. Sales tax would apply if you are located in Minnesota.