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Mike Partee
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    Q: Which way did you turn and which supplier did you go with in the end? I'd love any insight or tips you can share with me please as I weigh up the same challenges myself.
    Thanks,
    Sam
    Mike Partee
    Mike Partee
    Never did anything with it,stickers are so low margin that suppliers would lose money drop shipping it. Stickers have to be bundled with other products imo
    S
    s_walsh
    Thanks for the response :)
    S
    s_walsh
    Yes, so my research and analysis has suggested similar - costs seem to be too expensive to have Print on Demand companies print and Dropship stickers.

    I'm now leaning more towards getting the stickers mass printed by one supplier (which is where the economies of scale come in and drive the unit cost down), and then using a more traditional warehouse and ship fulfilment service like Amazon FBA or ShipBob.
    Hi Mike, hope you're well.
    I've been researching Print on Demand and Warehouse Fulfilment services to outsource fulfilment of my small sticker shop business (WheelieStickers.com), when I came across your related post from 2016 when you were looking for help and advice...
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