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The Convenience of Self-Seal Envelope Printing

Gone are the days of licking your envelopes. Self-seal envelope printing presents a more efficient way of mailing letters, catalogs, or booklets. They are available in three sizes: #10 (9.5” x 4.125), 9” x 12”, and 10” x 13”. The last two sizes mentioned are large enough to fit catalogs and booklets.

Windows can be added when you print self-seal envelopes so recipient addresses can be shown through the window, eliminating the step of addressing envelopes. We use 24 lb. white wove material to print envelopes, or 28 lb. if you’d like printing self-seal envelopes on a sturdier stock. Self-seal envelopes can be printed in 3 business days.

Businesses may want to used these envelopes for mailing magazines or product catalogs. Schools can also use them for mailing newsletters and announcements. Any organization who mail members on a regular basis can stop worrying about how to seal an envelope. Now all they have to do is peel and seal.

So say no to licking and dampening envelope flaps and say yes to self-seal envelope printing.

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Gilbert S. 14 days ago
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cyrelle.m 12 days ago

Maintaining consistent pricing is a priority for us, but due to the ongoing rise in costs for raw materials, labor, and production expenses, we find it necessary to adjust our prices. This adjustment ensures that we can continue to deliver the same exceptional quality prints our customers have come to expect from us. We appreciate your understanding and continued support as we strive to provide you with the best possible service.

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Alma 4 years ago
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Vanne 4 years ago
These envelopes do not have printing on the inside so these are not security tint envelopes. We can do self-seal security envelopes as a custom order though. You can submit a custom quote request here: https://module.nextdayflyers.com/secure/custom-printing-quote
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