Branded lanyards are the perfect way to get your name out there. As well as serving a practical function, a personalised lanyard allows your company’s logo to be seen clearly by everyone. First impressions count in business, and branded lanyards give your company an appearance of professionalism. Whatever your business, a set of personalised lanyards is sure to turn some heads at your next event or trade show.
At Just Lanyards, we pride ourselves on offering quality lanyards at affordable prices. However, that doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t be on the lookout for a bargain. We understand that every penny counts in business, so here are some tips to save even more money on your next order.
1. Buy in bulk
As with any product, lanyards are cheaper if you buy them in bulk. A larger order is cheaper for us to produce, and we pass those savings onto you. If you’re planning to hold more events over the coming months, or if you’re expecting to recruit new staff in the future, why not order several batches of lanyards at once? As well as getting a cheaper price per unit, you will also save on the shipping costs that come with multiple orders.
2. Plan ahead
Ordering your lanyards in advance is always a good idea. Not only does it save you the stress of a last-minute order, it also works out cheaper. We can provide express printing and delivery in an emergency, but we charge extra for these services. Planning ahead and ordering early saves you these additional costs. In fact, all of our branded lanyards come with free 3 week delivery within the UK as standard.
3. Find a sponsor
Many businesses are keen to sponsor personalised lanyards. If you’re taking your lanyards to a large event or trade show, other companies will be keen to take advantage of this advertising opportunity. You may be able to find a local business that is willing to pay some or all of the cost of your lanyards in exchange for adding their company logo to the design.
4. Simplify your artwork
While it may be tempting to use an elaborate design for your lanyards, it can be an expensive option. A simpler design with fewer colours will be cheaper to print and may actually be more effective. Complex designs can be confusing to the casual observer, whereas a simple but bold design will stick in their minds.
5. Use a cheaper material
Our lanyards come in a range of materials, and some are cheaper than others. For example, choosing polyester lanyards instead of nylon lanyards can save you a considerable amount of money. Of course, it’s important to make sure that your chosen material is suitable for the intended purpose of your lanyards.