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Printify: 200+ Print on Demand products

Printify: 200+ Print on Demand products

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  • Catalog of 200+ unique products. Use our HQ Mockup Generator to create custom printed products with your design.
  • Print Provider Network. Access all the best Print Providers in one place - select by price, location and more.
  • Print on Demand Drop Shipping. We manage automated order printing and shipping directly to your customers - with your branding.

Focus on selling, we'll handle the rest


With Printify you can create custom products with your design and sell on your Shopify store. We manage automated print on demand order production and shipping directly to your customers - with your branding.

200+ Product Catalog


We have a wide range of custom printed products in several categories - apparel, accessories, stationery, home decor and more. To see our product details - explore our Product Catalog.


  • T-Shirts
  • All Over Prints
  • V-necks
  • Tank Tops
  • Long Sleeves
  • Sweatshirts
  • Hoodies
  • Kids Apparel
  • Phone Cases
  • Mugs
  • Tote Bags
  • Backpacks
  • Laptop Sleeves
  • Shower Curtains
  • Pillows and Pillow Cases
  • Towels
  • Blankets
  • Bath Mats
  • Wall Clocks
  • Notebooks
  • Canvases
  • Posters
  • Wall Decals
  • Coasters
  • Shoes
  • Swimmingwear

    Upcoming Products


  • Kids Apparel
  • Jewelry
  • Pet Accessories
  • More Home Decors

    Custom Shirts + Your Design from $5.99

    We have a wide range of custom shirts, starting from $5.99 for shirt + printing.

    Our best sellers are:

  • Bella+Canvas 3001
  • Next level 3600
  • Gildan 5000
  • Hanes 5250

    Cool Features

    We frequently launch more new features and some of the latest updates are:

  • Shipping Calculator for Live Rates
  • Front + Back + Sleeve Print
  • Custom Neck Labels
  • Express Shipping
  • Image Storage

    Print Provider Network


    Get instant access to our network of the best Print Providers in the US and the UK. We have a growing network that currently consists of 10 world-class Print Providers:
  • ArtGun
  • ArtsAdd
  • MyLocker
  • Canvus Print
  • Colorado Timberline
  • MWW on Demand
  • DJ
  • SPOKE Custom Prints
  • CG Pro Prints
  • Fifth Sun
  • T Shirt and Sons
  • Prodigi
  • WPaPS
  • Troupe
  • InksewnUSA

    Mockup Generator

    By using our Mockup Generator, you get high definition 3D product images for your storefront. Get an instant professional look. Our Mockup Generator is free and it has by far the best quality you'll find on the Shopify App Store.

    Enterprise Solutions

    Printify has gained popularity amongst Enterprise companies who are looking for customized solutions and product delivery at scale. We've helped corporates to set up their employee internal merchandise stores, worked together with agencies on global brand and products expansion, we've helped some of your favorite retail stores move their retail business from ground to online, we've helped apparel brands cut existing costs by replacing their inventory with print on demand products.

    Seamless Shopify Integration

    To get started with Printify, you simply get our app on the Shopify App Store - it's for free. We have a 100% integration with Shopify - sync your Printify products with your Shopify store with ease. Use our Mockup Generator to create stunning high quality images for your storefront. Select Print Providers by location, price and other values. We manage automated order print on demand drop shipping fulfillment.

    Video Tutorials

  • How to create a product with Printify
  • Weight Based Shipping Settings
  • Printify Shipping Calculator - What it does?
  • Printify Shipping Calculator - How to?
  • Design for All-Over Printed T-Shirt
  • More coming up soon!

    Product Video Reviews

  • Bella+Canvas 3001
  • AOP Tote Bag
  • Case Mate Phone Cases
  • Coffee Mugs
  • Travel Mugs
  • Stay tuned for more!

    Printify Blog


    Check out our blog for more useful information:
  • Can I print this?
  • How to get best print color?
  • Bella Canvas 3001 Product Review
  • History of Bestselling Statement T-Shirts
  • Advantages of a transparent Print on Demand platform
  • Best selling products in June
  • How to create a product with Printify

    Useful Resources


  • Users Manual
  • Help Center
  • Design Guide
  • Shipping Rates
  • Shipping Guide
  • Intellectual Property Guide

    Stay Tuned


    Subscribe to our news on Messenger - be the first to find out about new product and features releases. Follow us on social media:
  • Facebook
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  • Instagram
  • Twitter
  • LinkedIn

    Need Help?

    We're available 24/7 via email customercare@printify.com and Printify Customer Care is truly fast and precise. You can also access live chat from our website.

    You can also schedule a demo.

  • Printify: 200+ Print on Demand products reviews

    797 reviews
    1. 5 stars (664 reviews)
    2. 4 stars (54 reviews)
    3. 3 stars (18 reviews)
    4. 2 stars (14 reviews)
    5. 1 star (47 reviews)

    Overall fair. Sometimes they'll let you know after the fact that they are sold out of certain colors so be wary

    posted

    Sorry, in advance, for the length of this review. We think it's important to lay out the situation... I have revised this review after hearing directly from a manager at Printify with explanations and plans for dealing with the issues I’ve detailed below. As changes become obvious, I will revise this review again going forward.

    We have had Printify’s app linked to our Shopify store for more than 6 months now. We pay for their monthly subscription service to be able to access the lowest possible costs so that we would enjoy the highest possible margins. We have added hundreds of t-shirts, mugs and apparel products into our store as we built out a strong offering, pre-launch. All along the way, we tested the order and checkout process and were really happy with the experience. Worked like a charm.

    Adding products to your Printify store is simple. The mockups generated by their platform are very nice and you don’t have to do anything extra to produce them. It’s easy to control prices to maximize your margins and you can see the “what if” scenarios on the product page as you add the product. Then when it goes over to Shopify, everything’s in order.

    Most products have multiple vendors you can choose as your supplier. They have US and international printing partners so you DO have choices. Sadly, there are no live merchant reviews of individual POD vendors so you’re really not sure what each is capable of and likely to provide when chosen.

    That’s the Good. Here’s the UGLY BAD…

    Printify has your business success in their hands and the current state of their customer service department is awful, so bad that it makes them appear to care not one iota about YOUR business. Their painfully slow (my shortest response time has been more than 48 hours) lack of response to legitimate and critical questions about technical problems and printing partner issues materially impacts your ability to launch or maintain your site, the customer’s ability to order and your culpability in terms of customer service that you have no control over. It could actually bring a business, whether brand new or well-established, to its knees. Currently you can ONLY reach them by email and the only timeline you’ll ever see mentioned on their site is that they’ll get to it “as soon as possible.” I’ve been assured that customer service is a top priority and that Printify takes responsibility for the problems we experience – they’re ramping up hiring and training presently so let’s see how things change – again, I’ll revise this review when we’ve experienced more in the future.

    I have two absolutely critical issues in front of them, one for more than a week and the other for about 5 days – neither had resolution. One had ZERO response at all. One had apparently identified a problem with Shopify’s platform but Shopify’s customer service was not aware and pointed the finger back at Printify. I'm the merchant and this is materially impacting our ability to do business so just fix it! So there’s a disconnect in communication that is merchant-affecting…

    So that you understand that I’m not a hysterical person who is over-reacting, these are my issues:

    1. The Printify app doesn’t consistently supply shipping costs in the cart during checkout. It, instead, throws a vague error that means nothing to the customer and isn’t correct anyway in its content. You can’t check out of my site’s cart. After I spent HOURS on the phone and chat with Shopify customer service and confirmed that everything is set up correctly in our shop settings, Shopify CS sent 2 requests over back-channels to Printify regards this on my behalf and there was no response on either. Turns out that it’s actually a Shopify problem with the shipping calculator not talking correctly with Printify. Printify can’t fix it. And Shopify hasn’t been quick to repair the issue. So bottom line here is that, whether it’s Printify’s “fault” or not, there is a technical connection issue that prevents my cart from functioning properly. It’s untenable and I will take this up with Shopify again, armed with this new knowledge. Today.

    2. I randomly noticed last week that the vendor we had chosen for virtually all of the hundreds of apparel items we were to offer is apparently no longer contracted to print those items. WTF?! We never received the notification that apparently was sent out in February so this was news to us -- I immediately sent an email asking for confirmation that the printer we’d chosen was no longer producing these products and for instructions on how to bulk move everything at once to another printer. I also asked why we hadn’t been notified of this critical piece of information. Queue the cricket noises… 5 days and I’d gotten ZERO response but I had 2 emails from Printify CS this morning. Go Figure. So for nearly a week, I’d waited to understand whether any orders would get rejected, hung up, passed to a provider that was substandard in some way – enough so that they were dropped from the provider list… To feel such lack of control is not a great feeling. Bottom line is that the original vendor would still process the orders but if I want to use another vendor for the same shirts, I’m going to have to re-create every listing and will have to resize graphics on virtually all of them because every printer has its own graphic requirements, even for the exact same product. This is a ton of work.

    You only get one chance to make a first impression and our store launch has to be something that people remember – in a GOOD way – and tell others about. Right now I’d say that both the customer service issue and the disconnect between Shopify and Printify’s communications are going to have a negative impact, the likes of which could mean a store that either limps along or, if it’s bad enough, might never recover. I thank God every day that I realized all of this on the day we intended to launch and start spending considerable marketing money driving people to the site. At least that didn’t happen.

    Today, we will decide whether to remain all in with Printify or begin vetting a new POD platform partner. I am not looking forward to the work required to load up all of those products with a new vendor on Printify or moving them somewhere else but I also will not work hard for poor results because I stuck with the wrong partner too long. If we move, we would make knowing that our margins would likely be smaller than with Printify. But projected margins mean nothing if the service doesn’t work and work well. I’m sure you get it.

    We feel like, as business owners, we MUST minimally have chat or phone as a way in addition to email for customer service, technical or any other issues that might come up. If response times when you reach out for help are in excess of 24 hours and you accept that, you’re really setting yourself up to fail by continuing to stick with a platform. Because Printify’s manager reached out to us this morning and was accountable, we will likely give Printify another chance, leaving at least non-apparel items there and possibly looking for additional vendors for the apparel piece. It really is a ton of work for us either way. You can make your own choice. I hope this has been of some help to you.

    posted

    Printify is getting better and better but please find some new Print On Demand companies in the UK.. There is only one option and their shipping time to EU & US is garbage and their quality is bad!

    Also I hate to do manual orders for orders outside UK. For example, when I get an order from the US I have to choose another supplier that's in the US (as I normally use a supplier from UK) to improve shipping time and costs.

    PLEASE, PLEASE there should be a solution for this!

    posted

    Everything is great but most of the items are too expensive. Would love to do business if sweatshirts were cheaper to produce.

    posted

    Well, I have mixed feelings about my experience with printify.

    What I liked:
    - Easiest product generator on the market. It is just perfect! Easy to use, intuitive and user friendly. No comments, everything is just great!
    - Prices are almost lowest on the market if compared to other vendors.
    - Product range is really perfect. I use Printify to create all the products except t-shirts just because they are cool.
    - customer support was very responsive and kept me updated about all my requests; I had no troubles at all.

    Now about pains.
    That's their t-shirt printing vendors. It was a complete pain. I wanted to use printify for printing my t-shirt range but I will never ever get back to this idea.

    - Their t-shirt prices are cheap. The same is with printing quality. My black colors became with red tints, seems no white color was added before printing of other colors (this is how DTG process should work). Some of the prints were with stripes like their printers were lacking colors or were not adjusted properly.
    - I ordered models with tear-away labels but almost all labels were either cut off with visible remains or if they were torn, the garment was damaged.
    - some of the models were torn.
    - some of the garments were just dirty
    And this all was about my samples order! I would never offer something like that to my customers.

    Since t-shirts were my primary goal, three stars only.

    posted

    The app itself is great - lots of products, easy interface, and intuitive dashboard. So far I haven't had any issues with products, but since Printify is technically a middleman for other printing vendors it is only a matter of time, statistically, with so many moving parts.

    My main beef with Printify is the cost of shipping which is ASTRONOMICAL. Seriously. And super confusing to try and keep up with, when it comes to offering multiple products that might be from a variety of vendors. I had a customer place an order recently for 4 items - 2 t-shirts, a sweatshirt, and a small zippered pouch. The 3 apparel items came from the same vendor and the pouch came from a second vendor, for a whopping total shipping cost of $17.50 (which comes to over $4 per item to ship).

    That is definitely excessive and enough to cause me to consider scaling back on the products I offer through Printify. The name of the game is profit, and no customer is going to pay almost $20 in shipping for a couple shirts. I wouldn't expect them to.

    posted

    Everything was great in the beginning. For the past year, most of our products were drop shipped by Printify. Mugs were great, never an issue. Pillow orders always delayed, but quality great. Journals (paperback) horrible material, coloring off and not worth the purchase. Biggest pet peeve, customer service. Sending an email during urgent issues and not receiving a response within a day or two. After experiencing app issues, PayPal links, and 2 week delay in product shipment. Unfortunately, we are researching alternatives. Really loved the easy design process but customer service is vital.

    posted

    Over all very good, has good pricing and product selection.

    BUT TERRIBLE CUSTOMER SUPPORT. ONLY SUPPORT BY EMAIL. THIS COMPANY REALLY NEEDS TO RETHINK THEIR SUPPORT MODEL WHEN THEIR APP BREAKS.

    posted

    Great so far, easy to maneuver thru sight. Will update later after further review.

    posted

    I have to give Printify 3 out of 4

    Pros
    Many options to choose from
    Price is great compared to others
    Quality is good but not great (shirts)
    Customer service answers fairly fast

    Cons
    Shipping is horrible but that is mostly a DHL problem. Sometimes packages get lost.
    Communication is not great. I ordered a shirt and a week went by and nobody bothered to let me know the shirt wasn't in stock till I emailed.
    Quality is good not great. I had to add this to both.(issue with black from my experience)
    Overall this is a good alternative to pritful who's prices are much higher.

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