Someone makes a purchase and pays your set retail price and shipping.
Printful charges you for fulfillment, shipping, and applicable taxes.
You set your own retail prices for every product, so you know in advance how much you'll make from each sale.
Consider various factors when setting your prices
Compensate yourself for the time you or your hired graphic designer spend creating designs for your business.
Make sure you charge your customers enough to cover what Printful charges you for shipping. Consider flat rate shipping or increasing your prices and offering free shipping.
Your ecommerce platform will charge you a flat monthly fee or a variable fee. They might also charge additional transaction fees, so keep these costs in mind.
When pricing your products, take into account any extra money you spend to run your business including subscriptions to other services, advertising, and even your internet bill.
Keep in mind that money from your customers comes from the payment processor you set up on your storefront, never from Printful directly.
We make it easy and give you options to pay for order fulfillment
You'll need to set up a payment method on Printful under the Billing section of your account. We accept credit cards, debit cards, and PayPal. We'll process your orders once they've been paid for.
Printful Wallet is Printful's internal payment system. You can pre-deposit funds for your order fulfillment to your Printful wallet by going to Dashboard > Billing > Printful Wallet.
Printful supports multiple currencies like the USD, AUD, EUR, GBP, and more. Customize your default currency in your Dashboard > Billing > Billing methods.
The more you sell, the more you save on fulfillment. You get monthly discounts of up to 9% based on your previous month's sales volumes.
You're eligible for a discount if you order at least 25 of the same product. You can mix product sizes, colors, and designs.
Your customers can pay in their preferred currency. We accept USD, AUD, EUR, GBP, and more.
Your customers can pay with most major credit, debit, or bank cards as well as online payment systems like PayPal and Sofort.
You never have to order a certain number of products at a time. Because Printful is a print-on-demand supplier, we print and fulfill your customer's orders as they come in.
You save money because Printful doesn't charge monthly or startup fees. We only profit when you or your customers make an order from your store.
I've been using Printful since 2017 and sold over $100,000 worth of print-on-demand products that they've fulfilled. I'm a big fan of the company.
We decided to start an e-commerce business because we could start very very little cash. Using the print-on-demand model, we cold test numerous designs without spending money on buying stock. GearBunch has generated in excess of $10 million in gross revenue since its inception.
Printful helped my business grow from a few thousand dollars a year to over 100k in sales this year. Also, it was a piece of cake to set up, and maintaining it is one of the easiest parts of my side-hustle.