Premium Gray Business Cards
Solid gray at its finest
Discover the exquisite qualities of 16pt Vibrant Gray, the smoothest of all our elegant Premium Gray stocks. The 18pt Cool Gray offers a more individual tone and more papery texture, while 18pt Dark Gray boasts a gorgeous shadowy shade with a natural feel. Our 20pt Gray Pulp is made from 90% recycled content and possesses the same unique texture of our other Pulp stocks but in a beautiful gray colour.
Available in 4 Unique Stocks
Premium Gray Business Card Inspiration
Cullcher Business Cards with Copper Foil produced on Vibrant Grey
These business cards for Full Stop features Copper Foil on our 18pt Dark Grey mounted to our 100% Recycled 17pt Uncoated stock.
Premium Gray Business Card Pricing
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Most Popular Questions
Choosing a paper stock is an important part of determining the final look and feel of your product. We offer a wide variety of paper stocks - not all options will be suitable for all types of designs.
If your design has very minimal ink coverage:
If your design is colourful or has full ink coverage:
Coated white stocks are the best choice to keep your colour and solid ink coverage looking consistent. See: Selecting a Paper Coating.
If you want your cards to sparkle:
We have a wide variety of shades and options in our Pearl line. Some Pearl Colours look best with minimalistic designs, however more versatile options like Pearl Silver can look great even with a photographic design. This is an excellent choice for Invitations. See: Pearl.
If you want your design produced in foil:
Our Premium Black line offers unique stocks that are only available with foil or emboss. Nothing can beat the look of metallic foil on all black cardstock. Foil can be added to almost any of our stocks, however Premium Black is recommended for the most high-end product. See: Premium Black.
If you want your cards to be thick:
Our Mega Thick 24pt Cards are available with a variety of finishes and have a similar thickness to a credit card. 2-ply cards are created using two stocks to double your thickness, and can be combinations of different types of paper to really stand out. Lastly, Letterpress is available on ultra thick 40pt Cotton stock for the most luxurious thickness. See: Mega Thick, 2-ply Cards, Cotton
If you want your cards to be environmentally friendly:
If you are unsure about which stock to choose, we recommend requesting our Recycled and Standard sample packs, which are free for many delivery locations. See: Requesting a Sample Pack
I paid with PayPal, but don't see an order in my account
When paying with PayPal, you will be directed to the PayPal site. You will need to click the “Finish” button after payment to be re-directed back to our site - this also automatically creates your order in our system. If the Finish button does not appear after payment has been submitted through PayPal, or if you wait too long and this button disappears, you may need to contact us to generate your order manually.
First please check if your order shows up under your “Current Orders” tab in your account on our website. If no order is visible here, please forward your PayPal receipt to email@example.com and let us know that you cannot find your order in our system.
If your order is time sensitive please call our Customer Service Line to advise that you have emailed us your PayPal receipt.
We will verify your payment and create the order for you. You will be sent your order confirmation and file upload link via email once this has been created.
Do you accept Visa Debit cards?
Yes! VISA Debit transactions can be processed via PayPal payment option.
Can I make a partial payment, deposit or purchase order?
All cases of special payments will be based on approved credit and must be accepted by Jukebox Print. It is up to our discretion whether to offer a special payment method, and this decision will be based on meeting our criteria of cost of order and / or quantity and rate of ordering.
A special payment request must be submitted through a Print Quote form to our Estimations Team for review and approval.
What does my order status mean?
To check your order status see: What is the status of my order?
Waiting for Customer Files
Your order has been placed and payment received however artwork files have not been uploaded to your order.
Your files have been received and will be reviewed and prepared for proofing and production soon.
Your re-submitted files have been received and will be reviewed for proofing soon.
Awaiting Customer Approval
Your order has been proofed and we are waiting for Approval from you to print your order.
Your order will go to print and production very soon! No changes can be made to your order at this stage.
How exciting! Your order is being printed and produced.
Trimming or any specialty finish is being applied to your card (including folding, die-cutting, stapling).
Your order is almost ready...
Shipping / Ready for pickup
Yay! Your order is ready and on it's way to you (or ready for pickup if you chose that option when ordering).
Production times vary for each product and estimated turnaround times will be displayed when placing your order, before checkout. Jukebox Print does everything possible to complete orders as quickly as possible, however sometimes an order may be delayed due to press error or placed on re-print for not meeting our high quality control standards.
All turnaround times are estimates only and based on full business days from when the customer approves the proof. You can check on the status of your order at any time by logging in to the accounts section of our website.
For details on shipping, see Shipping.
How do I place an order?
The 3-step process
The basic process of placing a print order can be broken into three steps:
Before you commence, you will need:
- Payment method (Credit Card or PayPal account)
- Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome internet browser
- An accessible email address
- Print-ready PDF file (highly recommended)
Step 1: Select Product
Before you start placing your print order, it is important to know the specifications of your printing. Size, shape, coating, paper stock, quantity, print finishes, digital or offset – the options are almost endless, and can become overwhelming if you do not know what you are looking for.
We recommend having your design ready (or at least in progress) before placing your print order so the specifications for your print order match your design.
If you don’t have a specific product in mind, check out our sales, promotions and latest products featured on our homepage, Twitter, Facebook and eNewsletter.
If you are still having trouble choosing the right product for your needs – give our Customer Service line a call to discuss your needs; or you can also request a Sample Pack to see a range of our products.
Once you know what you are looking for you will need to select this product in our order form and add it to your cart. You can order multiple products at once by selecting “Add to Cart & Continue Ordering”.
When you are ready to complete your order click “I’m Done. Proceed to Checkout” from your shopping cart.
Step 2: Checkout & Payment
This step includes completing the checkout process, setting your shipping (or pickup) location and completing payment for your order.
You will be prompted to complete your details and then proceed to payment. For more details on shipping, please view the Shipping Support.
You will be emailed a confirmation and invoice when your payment has been received and order placed. You are now ready to send us the artwork to print.
Step 3: Upload Artwork
Once you have placed your order you will be prompted to upload files for your print.
Don’t worry if you aren’t quite ready yet – you will also be emailed a link to upload your files at a later date. The deadline for uploading files and approving your proof(s) is within 6 months from the date the order is placed for regular priced products, and within 7 days following the end of the sale for sale items. If you miss these deadlines you may need to pay for any applicable price increases.
If you placed multiple orders, you will be prompted to upload files for each order individually. Ensure you upload the correct files to the correct order.
Have a question? Ask Away!
Select Blank Template:
Select File Format:
- Bleed Area
- Trim Area
- Safe Area
Bleed Area refers to images that extend to the very edges of a design. To prevent an unwanted white border from showing at the edge of your design, or for the design to appear slightly off-center, be sure to extend any background colors or design elements all the way to the edge of bleed (.125” past the trim on all four sides).
Trim Area refers to the amount of the image that will appear on your finished product. These areas will also be marked with ‘cut lines’ on your proof and are where we aim to cut your card.
Safety Area in most cases refers to 1/8 of an inch inside of the Trim Area. For thicker papers 20pt and up or wooden papers the Safety Area increases ¼ of an inch inside the Trim Area. we strongly recommend you keep important aspects of your design such as text and logos well inside of the Safety Area, otherwise, they may be cut off.