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Trading Cards with Spot UV

4.91 156 reviews
Pickup available in Brooklyn, NY 11218, USA. This item includes FREE nationwide shipping.
  • Choose between 14pt. and 16pt. carstock for your trading cards
    Our trading cards are printed in the 2.5" x 3.5" format
     Choose whether you'd like your trading cards to have spot UV

    Choose whether your trading cards should be printed on both sides or on the front only

    Choose between 1000 and 25,000 prints of your trading cards

    You can upload your own design or get a custom design for extra $75

    You can upload your own design or get a custom design for extra $150

    The time for completion of brochures with perfect binding is 2-4 working days (excl. Saturday, Sunday and holidays). The selected production period will begin when we have received all of your print-ready artwork or a separate print approval if a gallery proof has been requested, and once your payment has been received.

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    Max file size: 200 MBPermitted file types: jpg jpeg jpe png gif pdf svg eps ai psd xd ps

$95.00

Artwork files require a 0.125 bleed, 300 dpi files, CMYK mode. If you using vector files like PDF, AI, or EPS please outline all fonts. When you upload a PSD file please merge all visible layers.

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Same Day Printing

Pickup between 4-6pm

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Trading Cards with Spot UV Printing NYC

High quality, fast turnaround Trading Cards with Spot UV

Experience the magic of our Trading Cards with Spot UV, a versatile product that effortlessly blends functionality and aesthetics. Whether you’re looking to create engaging board games, share business information, or design unique trading cards featuring comic characters or sports figures, our trading cards are your perfect partner.

What sets our trading cards apart is the Spot UV finish. This special feature adds a distinctive touch to selected areas of the card. It’s an excellent choice for highlighting logos, images, and other key elements on the card. The result? A visually striking card that captures attention and leaves a lasting impression.

Our Trading Cards with Spot UV aren’t just about looks; they’re also about quality. Crafted from premium paper stocks, these cards offer durability and a smooth feel in hand – making them ideal for frequent handling.

From board game enthusiasts to business professionals seeking an innovative way to share information, our Trading Cards with Spot UV cater to diverse needs. They can be used in educational settings as learning aids or even as collectibles for hobbyists.

In essence, our Trading Cards with Spot UV are more than just pieces of paper; they’re tools for communication and engagement that combine visual appeal with practical use. So why wait? Discover how our Trading Cards with Spot UV can add value to your projects today!

We print a wide range of products from our Brooklyn, NY facility, including our popular SD Retractable Banner, Epoxy Metal Cards, Epoxy Metallic Foil Cards, Metallic Foil Cards, CBD Pouches, Painted Edge Business Cards, Wheat Paste Poster, Greeting Cards, Step & Repeat Backdrop, Retractable Banners. If you’re looking for something different, get in touch with one of our sales team today for a custom quote.

Custom Printed in Brooklyn, NYC

Our trading cards with Spot UV are available in a compact size of 2.5″ x 3.5″, making them perfect for showcasing your designs or artwork. You can choose from various quantities, ranging from 250 to 15,000 cards, allowing you to order the exact amount you need for your project.

To enhance the visual appeal of your trading cards, we offer different options for coating. You can opt for no UV coating if you prefer a more natural look, or choose UV coating to add a glossy finish that makes your designs pop. For a unique touch, our Spot UV options allow you to highlight specific areas on the front or both sides of the card.

When it comes to material, our trading cards are printed on high-quality cardstock. We offer two thickness options: 14 pt and 16 pt cardstock. Both options provide durability and ensure that your cards will withstand regular handling.

With our trading cards with Spot UV, you have the flexibility to customize every aspect of your design while maintaining a professional and polished look. Whether you’re creating promotional materials or collectible items, our trading cards are sure to leave a lasting impression on your audience.

Product Information

Sizes 2.5″ x 3.5″
Quantities 250, 500, 1000, 2500, 5000, 10000, 15000
Options No UV, UV Coating, Spot UV front - no coating back, Spot UV both sides, Spot UV back - no coating on the front
Material 14 pt Cardstock, 16 pt Cardstock

Review Highlights - Trading Cards with Spot UV

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4.91 / 5
156 Total reviews
91% Would order again
  1. Motorcycle Bros
    04-16-23
    United States
    Verified Buyer

    The picture I uploaded and sent for copy was a bit shrunk so I wasn’t sure it would turn out very well. They turned out amazing!

  2. Pam V
    03-21-24
    United States
    Verified Buyer

    Super fast and easy!

  3. John
    08-21-23
    United States
    Verified Buyer

    Customer service is really great. Would buy again.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a digital visiting card for?

A digital visiting card is used to provide a convenient and easily shareable way for individuals or businesses to showcase their contact information and professional details.

What is a spot UV visiting card?

A spot UV visiting card is a type of business card that features a glossy, raised coating applied to specific areas of the design for added visual appeal and tactile effect.

What is the difference between a visiting card and a business card?

A visiting card is typically used for personal purposes, while a business card is specifically designed for professional networking and promoting a company or brand.

What are digital visiting cards?

Digital visiting cards are electronic versions of traditional business cards that can be easily shared and accessed on digital platforms.

What is the difference between glossy and UV coating?

Glossy coating refers to a smooth, shiny finish applied to printed materials, while UV coating is a clear liquid that is cured with ultraviolet light to create a high-gloss and durable surface.

Is UV printing the same as digital printing?

No, UV printing and digital printing are not the same; UV printing uses ultraviolet light to cure ink instantly, resulting in vibrant colors and enhanced durability, while digital printing uses electronic files to directly print onto various surfaces.

What is spot color business cards?

Spot color business cards are printed using specific pre-mixed ink colors, allowing for precise and consistent reproduction of logos, text, and other design elements.

What is the difference between spot gloss and spot UV?

Spot gloss refers to a specific area of a printed material that is coated with a glossy finish, while spot UV refers to the application of a clear and shiny coating on certain parts of the printed piece for added visual appeal.

What is spot UV and foiling?

Spot UV and foiling are specialized printing techniques that add a glossy, raised, or metallic finish to specific areas of a printed material, enhancing its visual appeal and creating a luxurious look.

What is the difference between spot UV and raised ink?

Spot UV is a glossy, transparent coating applied to specific areas of a printed material, while raised ink creates a tactile effect by using thick ink that is raised above the surface of the paper.

Is spot UV environmentally friendly?

Spot UV is not considered environmentally friendly due to the use of chemicals and energy-intensive processes involved in its application.

What are the benefits of spot UV printing?

Spot UV printing offers several benefits, including enhanced visual appeal, increased durability, and the ability to create unique and eye-catching designs.

What is the difference between spot UV and blind spot UV?

Spot UV refers to a glossy coating applied to specific areas of a printed material, while blind spot UV is a raised glossy coating applied to specific areas without any corresponding design elements.

What is the best coating for business card?

The best coating for business cards is a high-quality gloss or matte finish, which enhances the visual appeal and durability of the cards.

What paper is best for spot UV?

The best paper for spot UV printing is typically a coated stock with a smooth surface, such as gloss or satin finish.

How do I prepare a UV file for spot?

To prepare a UV file for spot, ensure that the artwork is in high resolution, convert all fonts to outlines, and separate spot colors from process colors.

How do I protect my cards from UV light?

To protect your cards from UV light, consider using UV-resistant coatings or laminates that provide a barrier against harmful rays.

What does UV coating do for business cards?

UV coating enhances the appearance and durability of business cards by providing a glossy finish that protects against fading, moisture, and wear.

What does UV coating feel like?

UV coating feels smooth and glossy, providing a luxurious tactile experience to printed materials.

Does UV coating wear off?

UV coating is a durable protective layer that can wear off over time due to factors such as handling, exposure to sunlight, and friction.

Is UV coating better?

UV coating is a superior choice for enhancing the durability and visual appeal of printed materials.

What is the difference between UV DTF and UV printing?

UV DTF (Direct to Film) printing is a technique that transfers UV ink directly onto a film, while UV printing involves curing UV ink onto various substrates using ultraviolet light.

What are the disadvantages of UV ink?

UV ink has certain disadvantages, including its high cost, limited color range, and potential health hazards associated with its use.

What is the difference between UV ink and UV coating?

UV ink is a type of ink that is cured using ultraviolet light, while UV coating is a clear liquid applied to printed materials and then cured with ultraviolet light to provide a glossy or matte finish.

How long does UV printing last?

UV printing can last for several years without fading or deteriorating, making it a durable and long-lasting option for various applications.

What are the disadvantages of UV printing?

UV printing has a few disadvantages, including higher initial costs, limited color options, and potential for ink adhesion issues on certain substrates.

How permanent is UV printing?

UV printing is a highly durable and long-lasting printing method that offers permanent results on various materials.

Is UV printing better?

UV printing is a superior printing method that offers vibrant colors, sharp details, and enhanced durability.

What is the difference between UV and spot UV?

UV printing is a technique that applies a glossy or matte coating to the entire printed surface, while spot UV selectively adds a high-gloss finish to specific areas, creating contrast and visual interest.

Does UV printing scratch?

UV printing is highly resistant to scratching due to the curing process that creates a durable and protective layer on the printed surface.

What is the difference between UV and LED printing?

UV printing uses ultraviolet light to cure the ink, while LED printing utilizes light-emitting diodes for the same purpose.

What is the difference between UV printing and normal printing?

UV printing utilizes ultraviolet light to cure or dry the ink instantly, resulting in vibrant colors, enhanced durability, and the ability to print on a wide range of materials, whereas normal printing uses traditional inks that require time to air dry and may not adhere as well to certain surfaces.

What is the difference between UV printing and offset printing?

UV printing utilizes ultraviolet light to cure the ink instantly, resulting in vibrant colors and high-quality prints, while offset printing transfers ink from a plate to a rubber blanket before being applied to the printing surface, allowing for large-scale production with consistent results.

Is UV protective coating worth it?

UV protective coating is definitely worth it as it helps to preserve the quality and longevity of printed materials by preventing fading and damage caused by UV rays.

Are graded cards UV resistant?

Yes, graded cards are typically UV resistant due to the protective coatings applied during the grading process.

Is UV coating scratch resistant?

Yes, UV coating is scratch resistant due to its protective layer that enhances durability and prevents damage.

Is UV coating waterproof?

Yes, UV coating is waterproof and provides a protective layer against moisture and other environmental factors.