Tuck Box Packaging
A tuck box is a simple and compact way to package your card game. Frequently used for storing standard 52-card decks, tuck boxes are made by folding thick paper stock into a box with a flap top. Our boxes can hold up to 110 cards in a single deck or 220 cards in two decks side by side, and can be fitted with an instruction booklet or sheet. If your game requires more cards, we suggest using a two-piece box.
We offer three tuck box options: lightweight, heavyweight, and plastic. Lightweight is the industry standard, made from 10mm cardstock. This option is complimentary and included in the price of your deck. If you’d like thicker packaging, you can upgrade to our heavyweight option, made from 12mm cardstock. Both of these options are included in our paper sample guide, so order one to get a feel for the difference in person.
For orders over 5,000 units, we also offer a plastic tuck box. This option looks sleek and is more durable than a paper tuck box.
Retail Packaging Suggestion
Looking to sell your card in stores? You’ll want to take advantage of our retail packaging options.
Shrink wrapping your tuck box prevents it from dust, dirt, and tampering. Retailers usually require that your cards be shrink wrapped before they’ll sell your game. Luckily, PrintNinja includes complimentary shrink wrapping when you order a tuck box. If you’d like to explore your options for tuck boxes, head over to our custom card game calculator. To see an example of our tuck boxes up close, order a deluxe sample pack.
Plastic Hang Tab
A hang tab makes it easier for retailers to display your product. We produce our retail tabs from clear PVC.
Unlike other tabs that protrude out of your game boxes, these latch onto to the back of your deck. Hang tabs can be added to your order for .20 cents per unit.
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