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Bar Tab Cards

Plastic Bar Tab Cards, Custom Printed
Plastic Bar Tab Cards, Custom Printed

Plastic Bar Tab Cards, Custom Printed

£117.00 £140.40 (inc. VAT)
Custom Printed Plastic Bar Tab Cards, numbered. Printed in Full Colour, Double Sided. Price from 100 Cards. Eco cards available.
Bar Tab Cards Pricing Table

Plastic Bar Tab Cards, custom printed to your own requirements in full colour on both sides with numbering.

Ideal to put your branding on one side and disclaimer on the reverse.

Ideal for bars, clubs, restaurants and hotels. The same thickness as a standard credit card.

Quoted prices are for full colour print on both sides, in matt or gloss, with sequential numbering. Also includes an actual card proof to approve. Why should you sometimes use Matt over Gloss?

If you’d like to include any other features or finishes on your tab cards for bars, please contact us for a quote. Want to see a card sample before you go ahead? Give us a call.


No designer to set your artwork for you? No problem. We offer an Artworking Service for just £25.

Change of Design

You can print more than one design in the same run for £25 per extra design. Ask us for a custom quote.

Ready to order your Printed Tab Cards for Bars?

Simply go straight to checkout. You don't need to upload your artwork yet - we'll get in touch as soon as we receive your order to go through the next steps.

  • MPN:
  • Stock Availability:
    Custom made
  • Features Available:
    QR Codes, Bar Codes, Eco
  • Design Change Available?:
    Yes - £25 per change
  • Standard Turnaround:
    10 Working Days
  • Fast Track Turnaround:
    5 Working Days - £50
  • Brand:
    The Card Network
  • Product Code:

Helpful Guides

Artwork Guide - if you're setting your own artwork
Printed Plastic Cards Artwork Guide

General Ordering Guide - What to Expect
Ordering Guide

Things to consider when choosing Matt or Gloss Print
Why should you sometimes use Matt over Gloss?