Tear Off Cards (Invitations and Greeting Cards)
What is a Tear Card? When is it Best to Use Them?
Tear off cards are also known as rip cards. are a way of communicating with your community and your clients. They are useful to keep events running smoothly and under control, even financially.
Cards can be used as tickets for events, as a gift so that someone can collect a freebie. These are even pieces that might become memorabilia: A memory of a concert, a play or any event
These high-quality rip cards will make it more appealing to your audience to hold them and to become more involved.
"Why is there a tear-off portion in this card?" your customers might think, which will have them give the card a second look. Tear-off cards have their big appeal; there is an expectation of a reward associated with it.
In short, rip cards help you promote events, and in the process, you could collect contact information. Giveaways in exchange for your name printed on the tear-off side of the card is one typical use.
Fully customizable tear cards.
Tear Cards are printed on a flat, rectangular, heavyweight stock in full color. We can customize them in terms of design, and in terms of the information shown.
They are perforated 2" from the end, which makes it convenient to include a coupon or contact information. This way, customers do not have to keep the whole card just to get the information they want to hold on to.
Promote your company, product, or service with the perfect 2-in-1 promotional piece. Tear-Off Cards allow you to print in the postcard area while using the perforated tear-off portion below for business or membership cards, coupons, etc. Featuring 1 straight perforation 2 inches from the bottom edge, the multi-functionality of these allows for virtually endless possibilities!
Popular Uses & Ideas:
- Membership Cards
- Event Tickets
- Tear-Off Business Cards
- Appointment Cards
- Raffle Tickets
- Display QR codes
- Describe events
How many perforations are there in a card?:
Our standard tear-off cards include 1 straight perforation 2 inches from the bottom edge.