Officeworks now lets you order business cards, banners, posters from home

Officeworks now lets you order business cards, banners, posters from home

You can now order a business cards, banners, posters, documents and other print jobs from home, to be picked up or delivered from Officeworks.

Officeworks now allow individuals and small businesses to order print jobs and copy services online via their web site.

This means you can upload your designs and place print orders with an option to either pickup in store or have it delivered.

Deliveries are free if the order is $55 or more, or $5.95 within certain metropolitan areas or $25.95 outside these areas.

One thing to be aware of: while document prints can be picked up in store within two working days of making the order online, other print material such as business cards, photos, posters, banners and frames will take three to seven days before it is ready for pickup from Officeworks. [CORRECTION: The article originally stated that orders take up to 10 days. Officeworks contacted us to let us know the order time is three to seven days.]

If you need your print orders quicker, Vistaprint offer three working day rush-delivery options on all online print orders.

Snapfish offer in-store pickup via Kmart within an hour of the online order being made on select print products.

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