Custom Coupon Book

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Custom Coupon Book Printing

A custom coupon book consists of bound coupons. The finest coupon books include perforations, allowing users to tear off their chosen coupons without compromising the booklet’s integrity. We excel in printing perforated coupon books.

Custom Coupon Book Printing Options and Specs

We offer various coupon booklet printing services, each determined by the binding method. We utilize multiple binding styles for coupon booklets.

Soft-Cover / Perfect Bound Booklets (most popular)

Soft-Cover Booklets stand out as a popular option for creating coupon books. They closely resemble stacks of individual pages, often quite substantial, which are bound together and include a cover. By incorporating a tearaway perforation (along with typically a more compact design), you achieve a perfect-bound coupon booklet.

Glue-Bound Custom Coupons Pads (popular)

Similar to the perfect bound choices, this option has a significant distinction: it lacks a cover. While not entirely groundbreaking, this approach has been employed for printed notepads extensively. Now, we’re adapting it for coupon books. Since these are solely secured by glue, we suggest their use for identical coupons only. When a coupon is torn out from beneath another, the entire book can come apart. It’s advisable to utilize only the top sheet. If this doesn’t meet your requirements, feel free to explore another option.

Stapled Booklets

Stapled coupon booklets are assembled using stapled wire for binding. This category can be further divided into two distinct types:

Saddle Stitch Booklets

Saddle Stitch Booklet Printing is a common choice for non-coupon books. This involves printing the sheets and then folding them in the correct sequence. Following folding, the sheets are bound together at the fold using staples. However, there’s a significant drawback to using this style for coupon booklets. It necessitates printing the pages out of order and subsequently arranging them in the final structure. If there are any problems during the collation process, it can lead to errors in the coupon books. This challenge is amplified by the typically thicker nature of coupon booklets. As a result, employing this method for custom coupon books is not the most suitable approach.


We produce face-stapled books by fastening the sheets together with stitches that pass through all the sheets. Unlike folded styles, there are no folds involved. It’s important to include a perforation and a stub for this style, as the binding depends on the thickness of the sheets.

Spiral Bound Coupon Booklet Printing

While it’s feasible to utilize a plastic coil for binding coupon booklets, we don’t consider it the optimal choice. This is mainly because the binding edge of most coupon booklets is relatively narrow due to their small size. However, if you have a larger custom coupon booklet, this method could potentially be a suitable option.

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Artwork Information

You may upload your artwork or email us files or links to your art files. The important thing is simply to get your artwork files to us. We do not require you to do it in any particular manner. All artwork is reviewed for accuracy and quality by trained personnel prior to printing. Artwork will be proofed with you if necessary, if we need your input, or if you request a proof.

  • Artwork Preparation guidelines:
    • All Products
      • Bleed: 1/8 (0.125) inches on all edges.
      • Content Margin ("safe zone"): 1/8 (0.125) inches from trim.
      • Filetypes: PDF preferred. Other files may be accepted.
    • Saddle Booklets
      • Filetypes: Multipage PDF preferred. Straight pages, not spreads. Other files may be accepted.
      • NOTE: Saddlestitch booklets do not need bleed on the inside edge. This may interfere with spreads if it is the case.
    • Perfect Bound Booklets
      • Gutter between pages is required.

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