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Cheap poster sized enlargments?

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Cheap poster sized enlargments?

Any suggestions for "cheap" enlargements bigger than 24x36? That's the biggest I can get from Costco.
Posterjack is twice the price for a 24x36! I'm hoping for bigger than 24x36 but with Costco level pricing.
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No. It's needed for a professional display. But it's not an art gallery so I want to keep costs down.
AzureD wrote:
Aug 10th, 2017 12:27 pm
print multiple 24x36 and tape them together ?
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shutterbug wrote:
Aug 10th, 2017 12:32 pm
No. It's needed for a professional display. But it's not an art gallery so I want to keep costs down.
Are you framing the picture ? Honestly if you tape it properly from the back its really hard to see that it's taped together, especially at that size

Or you can try

https://eprintfast.com/ca_en/menu/marke ... sters.html

I used these guys before to print flyers and business cards and they came out really good, especially for the price. The large size posters price seems reasonable as well I don't know how's the print quality for posters though
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Staples has good prices for poster prints, especially if you catch a sale.

Probably should check London Drugs too.
The Devil made me buy it - RFD. :twisted:
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36" is the common printer roll size - if you need 48" or larger you're going wide format sign printing etc, more specialized.

We work with Pictorem at work, who print up to 54" - promocode "PHOTOSCANNING" for 15% off @ http://canvasprints.photoscanning.ca
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shutterbug wrote:
Aug 10th, 2017 12:32 pm
No. It's needed for a professional display. But it's not an art gallery so I want to keep costs down.
Professional and Cheap in the same sentence?
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Sep 30, 2015
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If you are still printing, Pictorem has the March sale on. 40% off anything and free shipping.
I have never used them so no recommendation.

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