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Shipping speeds and pricing

We print and fulfill all our products on demand once you place an order.


To estimate when your customer gets their order, add our fulfillment time to the shipping time.


Hover over the map to see our average shipping times!

1-5 days

3-8 days

8-14 days

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Fulfillment

It takes 2–7 business days to create apparel products and 2–5 business days for non-apparel products.

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Shipping

Our average shipping time is 4 business days depending on the order's destination.

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Estimated delivery

Your customer gets their order after we fulfill and ship it.

We ship more than 3 million orders each year. To ensure we send your products as fast as possible, we route your orders to our fulfillment centers where we can fulfill and ship them in the quickest way!


We partner with these global carriers to give you the best shipping experience:

How to set up shipping on your online store

Setting up shipping isn't as fun as designing your own products, we know. But to open your store for business, you need to set up your shipping prices. Here's how you do it in three steps:

1. Get to know UK printing shipping rates

We offer international shipping, so get to know UK printing shipping regions.

Below are our Standard shipping rates that are fixed and calculated based on the average shipping cost for each product category. All products in their shipping category have similar dimensions, weight, and packaging.

Use the shipping rates listed below to set up shipping on your store.

Standard (Best Rate)
Tracked (Best Rate)

2. Calculate shipping costs for your products

You set up your own product and shipping prices for your customers. When an order is made, you charge your customer and then UK Printing Company charges you for the product and shipping to fulfill your customer's order. Whatever is left over after UK Printing Company charges you is your profit!

 

The way you set your profit margin is up to you. To help you stay on track with trickier shipping calculations, read the questions we answered below.

How do I calculate shipping costs for orders with one product?

To get the shipping cost for an order with one product, scroll up to our shipping rates table and find the product category with your product. Once you click on it, you'll see listed products that have the same shipping costs, depending on the location you ship to.

Take a look at the First product row—that's the shipping cost for an order containing only one product.

Example: The cost for shipping one t-shirt to the USA is £3.99.

How do I calculate shipping costs for orders with similar products?

Similar products are items that are grouped together under one shipping category and have the same shipping rates. For example, hoodies and sweatpants, tote bags and fanny packs are all in one category with the same shipping rate.

To calculate the shipping cost for an order with similar products, scroll up to our shipping rates table and find the category with your products. Once you click on it, you'll see listed products that have the same shipping costs, depending on the location you ship to.

Take a look at the First product row—that's the shipping cost for an order containing only one product. Then look at the Additional product row and add that price to the one in the First product row. That's it!

Example: The cost for shipping one t-shirt to the USA is £3.99 which is the price in the First product row. Then if an order has 2 t-shirts, the shipping for the second t-shirt will cost £1.25 which is the price in the Additional product row. All together the cost for shipping two t-shirts to the USA is £5.24.

How do I calculate shipping costs for orders with different products?

The products that are not grouped together under a category count as different products in terms of shipping prices. For example, hoodies and all-over print leggings, tote bags and backpacks are in different categories with different pricing.

To calculate the shipping cost for an order with different products, scroll up to our shipping rates table and find both categories with your products. See which of your products has the highest shipping cost in the First product row and use that as a base. Then, to cover the second product, add that product's Additional product price. That's it!

Example: To get the shipping cost for an order with a hoodie and an apron, see whichever one has the highest shipping cost in the First product row. Worldwide shipping for a hoodie is £9.99 and £2 for each additional product, and for an apron, it's £5.99 and £1.25 for each additional product. The highest price for the First product in this example would be the hoodie's, so you should use that and add the apron's Additional product shipping cost to cover it. All together, shipping an apron and a hoodie would cost £11.24 in this example.

How do I calculate shipping costs for orders with products that ship separately?

There are some products that we'll ship separately due to packaging differences. These products are: mugs, framed posters, posters, canvas, stickers, jewelry, bean bags, backpacks, pillows with stuffing, snapback hats.

To calculate the shipping cost for orders with products that ship separately, you'll have to add the shipping price from the First product row of both products.

Example: To get the shipping cost for an order with a hoodie and a mug, add the shipping price from the First product row of both products. Worldwide shipping for a hoodie is £9.99 and £2 for each additional product, and for a mug, it's £8.99 and £4 for each additional product. The shipping cost of an order with a hoodie and a mug would add up to be £18.98 in this example.

If you sell UK Printing Company products that require separate shipping, we advise you to set the rates for these products using the costs in the First product row only. This will ensure you don't lose profit on shipping.

How do I calculate shipping costs for non-UK Printing Company products that I keep in UK Printing Company's warehouse?

To calculate the shipping costs for your non-UK Printing Company products, you'll need to check how much our carrier partners would charge for orders containing your products. Find a shipping rate calculator on one of our supported carrier sites and add your product details there. You’ll see what the approximate shipping rates for this product will be for different shipping destinations.

 

Our shipping algorithm chooses the most cost-effective shipping option for each order. So for you to get the most accurate shipping rates for your warehoused products, we suggest calculating the shipping rates with multiple carriers and using the average.