Teespring alternatives?

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I'm looking for Teespring alternatives with low international shipping costs. People don't pay $10.50 for international shipping if a shirt is $15.

Let me know!
#internet marketing #alternatives #teespring

  • Profile picture of the author Platypus45
    Have you tried Zazzle.com or Cafepress.com?
  • Profile picture of the author OnlineStoreHelp
    Check out spreadshirt which is actually an international company.
  • Profile picture of the author AdamPayne
    Originally Posted by HJdev View Post

    I'm looking for Teespring alternatives with low international shipping costs. People don't pay $10.50 for international shipping if a shirt is $15.

    Let me know!
    What makes you say that. On one of my campaigns, most folk are from Europe :-)
  • Profile picture of the author HJdev
    Originally Posted by Platypus45 View Post

    Have you tried Zazzle.com or Cafepress.com?
    No, do you have experience with them? The starting prices seems high to me.

    Originally Posted by OnlineStoreHelp View Post

    Check out spreadshirt which is actually an international company.
    Thanks, im going to try!

    Originally Posted by AdamPayne View Post

    What makes you say that. On one of my campaigns, most folk are from Europe :-)
    Just my logically thoughts. Whats the price of your shirt?
  • Profile picture of the author Callamarketer
    They're all pretty pricey. I tend to go by Fabrily. Pretty new, but seem to be getting their act together alright - and cheap shipping costs.
  • Profile picture of the author craig2mau
    I discovered fabrily.com last month and they seem to be the best option for most countries. They are based in Europe but their shipping prices are low enough to make them good to use for all places, including USA.
  • Profile picture of the author AdamPayne
    Good info on Fabrily. Cheers.

    My Hoodies were $39, Tees $19.
  • Profile picture of the author M Thompson
    Originally Posted by AdamPayne View Post

    What makes you say that. On one of my campaigns, most folk are from Europe :-)
    Got to agree on that, People do pay the postage

    my business partner had a sucessful campaign that targeted Australia
  • Profile picture of the author onSubie
    I would check out Fabrily as mentioned above. It is just like TeeSpring but based in the UK with lower European shipping.
  • Profile picture of the author GeorgeIM37
    Originally Posted by onSubie View Post

    I would check out Fabrily as mentioned above. It is just like TeeSpring but based in the UK with lower European shipping.
    Have you tried them? I'd be interested to find out a bit more about the different options. I am pretty new to this, but I am based in London and trying to find out what would be the best platform to use.
  • Profile picture of the author onSubie
    Originally Posted by GeorgeIM37 View Post

    Have you tried them? I'd be interested to find out a bit more about the different options. I am pretty new to this, but I am based in London and trying to find out what would be the best platform to use.
    No, I am not in the UK but their website and 'campaign' sales model is extremely similar to TeeSpring.

    Someone said the Fabrily design tool might need some work.

    If you Google "print on demand shirts uk" you will find a number of suppliers with various terms.
  • Profile picture of the author smodha
    Originally Posted by AdamPayne View Post

    What makes you say that. On one of my campaigns, most folk are from Europe :-)
    How do you know that?
  • Profile picture of the author smodha
    Fabrily.com is rubbish. I emailed them 2 weeks back with no response.
  • Profile picture of the author nobluff
    My issue with Teespring is their crappy customer service. Your e-mails take days before they are answered, if at all.

    Spreadshirt seems to have decent shipping costs (even to Canada), not sure what the customer service or campaign tracking is like, can anyone comment on that?
  • Profile picture of the author ASG1123
    Originally Posted by smodha View Post

    How do you know that?
    Good question, actually.

    Originally Posted by nobluff

    My issue with Teespring is their crappy customer service. Your e-mails take days before they are answered, if at all.
    I got a response in less than 4 hours earlier today from Teespring e-mail support.
  • Profile picture of the author ppcmanager
    Originally Posted by smodha View Post

    I got a response in less than 4 hours earlier today from Teespring e-mail support.
    Second this. Teespring customer service has improved lately and their TAT has been reduced to 24 hours.
  • Profile picture of the author dtul
    As others have said, look at fabrily. It is a bit rougher than teesprong, but international shipping prices are much better.

    And yall need to consider how quickly teespring has exploded in the last few months. Their Google trends popularity has just taken off. The poor response times are a direct response to that, it's a growing pain. Their service is phenomenal considering their recent growth.
  • Profile picture of the author Bonita T Josephson
    Came to know about Fabrily today. Will have a look at there.
  • Profile picture of the author globalexperts
    Some of our fellow warriors recommend zazzle.com. I haven't tried it though...
  • Profile picture of the author wajt
    Originally Posted by louisfr75 View Post

    With fabrily you have to fill in a form. It's not very intuitive. I would recommend Teezily for the UK.
    How do you find Teezily's prices? I went to their website to try a campaign but for a black shirt with one color in the design, it was €9.95 base price for a goal of 30 shirts!! If I do the same shirt with fabrily, it's like 2€ cheaper...they definitely need to get the t-shirt creator online soon but I will go through the minor hassle of filling out a form to save 2 euros!

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