Coupon Tear Pad Printing
What is a coupon tear pad?
How is a tear pad bound?
A “tear pad” is usually one of two binding styles: glue binding with a perforation or glue padding. What is the difference between these two styles?
- A glue padding is a lighter layer of glue sturdily binding all the sheets in the pad together, but so that the top sheet can be torn off easily.
- What about a glue bind with perforation? That is a style similar to soft cover booklet printing, but with a perf near the spine so that a page can be torn out without damaging the bind.
Which style do you need? That is determined by whether you want the end user to be pulling the coupon pages out of order or not. If they only need to tear the coupon off the top in order, then the glue padding will be cheaper. If they need to pick and choose the coupons in the booklet then select the tearaway perf option.
I need multiple coupons per sheet. How do I order pads like that?
That is too difficult for us to price online at the moment. It will be more expensive that the prices listed currently which are for single coupon pads. You can submit a request with the size of the pad and how many coupons to receive a quote. The most determinative factor of whether we can do the job and for how much is whether all the perforations go in the same direction or intersect at any point. Perf intersections are difficult to consistently produce and may be prohibitive of certain small sizes.