Cheap Tshirt printing

I was hoping that someone could point me in the right direction. I need to find the absolute cheapest place to get custom tshirts printed, be it 1 color or 6 colors. This site also needs to sell the actual tshirts as well. I need absolute cheapest, and of cours great quality!

Now, gimme the links!
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Clever_BobCommented:
This is the only place you'd ever want.

www.cafepress.com - follow the links to Start your own 'store'

- They provide the shirts
- You upload your logos/designs and you can see what they look like before you confirm
- they also sell hats, mugs, mouse-pads etc (big range)
- they can sell your products through their website or you can buy them yourself (wholesale)

Hope this helps!
nltechCommented:
custom printing outfits are everywhere... just do a google search for: custom tshirts
to get an idea..   here's a few with online tshirt 'designers ...

http://www.designashirt.com  (6.25 ea)
http://www.customink.com (6.46 ea)
http://www.lowertownprinting.com (5.47 ea)

ea. price is for 1 color, 1 side print, white shirt, size xl, in qty 50, hanes beefy t.  (shipping & setup charges, if any would be added on)

if you want good quality shirts at a fair price, go with something like the hanes beefy t for guys and hanes her way for ladies. that's what i've always used, and they're decent shirts. way better than the el-cheapo kleenex-thin shirts.

don't forget to check around locally. buying local you can save on shipping costs which can help make up a little of the cost difference. i use local shops that do all the work by hand and pick them up. costs more, but it's more convenient and less chances of goof ups; you can check out the shirts styles beforehand and get samples printed before they run your whole job.

if you go with an online vendor that you've never used before, get a small batch first to see how they turn out before you commit yourself to a huge order.

going through a traditional shop is cheaper than a turnkey operation like cafepress, but with them, you set a markup, and they handle ordering, billing, shipping and everything if you were wanting to sell your shirts online

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shuboarderCommented:
http://www.themagictouchshop.com

- They provide the shirts
- you upload your designs
- fast delivery & great quality
- Good customer service

I've used them twice now for big orders.

Hope this helps!
breynolds01Commented:
I use a GREAT company called Action Screen Printing.

The website is http://www.actionscreenprinting.com

The owners name is Brian Mowrey, tell him you were referred by Bryan Reynolds with Aardvark Technical Consulting.  His printing and embroidery are top notch, he does all the printing and embroidery work for my company.

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