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When it comes to print on demand, I consider a good product to be one that:
- customers want
- is priced low enough for me to profit at market rates
- has quality manufacturing (both my the print and the blank)
I want all of my products to represent my brand well while also making me money. The bulk of my sales are t-shirts and hoodies, but everyone sells those, so I thought I share some of the best products from Printify that aren’t shirts. (If you’re a Printful user, check out my list of the best print on demand products from Printful.)
I love black mugs and so do my customers! Available in both 11oz and the larger 15oz size, the black ceramic makes any artwork just pop, with a sublimated print that is sharp and colorful. The best part is that these mugs are both microwave and dishwasher safe, making them great gifts.
There are now several manufacturers of the black mugs, but the original black mugs by MyLocker have always been great for me
All-Over Print Totes
The utility of tote bags plus a reasonable price point make the AOP Tote Bags by MWW a customer favorite. The all-over print gives you way more options and a higher quality print that the canvas tote bags. I’ve heard that sellers also have success with the Weekender Bag and backpacks, though I haven’t tested those myself yet.
I’ll also note that one frustrating holiday season when all printers were running out of the most popular shirts causing massive delays, MWW had their AOP products shipping out in just a few days.
Not gonna lie, I did not think that the high price point on the fanny packs would allow me to sell many, but they are really popular! The useful interior pockets and large adjustable strap, combined with unique artwork make these a custom favorite. I have a feeling they’ll be even more popular this summer as people start going back to events like music festivals.
Due to their low market price and high shipping cost, print on demand is usually not the best option for stickers. This is especially true for sellers who include shipping in their pricing. However, there are two exceptions to this – large stickers and sticker sets. While I can’t sell a single 4-inch POD sticker to save my life, customers are willing to pay the higher prices for a 6-inch sticker or for multiple designs on a 6-inch sheet. For both of these I use the Kiss-Cut Stickers by SPOKE. If you do multiple designs in your artwork, make sure to order a sample to make sure you left enough space for the borders to cut properly – don’t rely on the mockup! I’m speaking from experience here.
Want more ideas of products to sell in your print on demand shop? Check out Printify’s Best Sellers page for more.