Avery® Clean Edge® Business Cards for Inkjet Printers 8859, White, Glossy, Pack of 200

Product Number: 8859
Get a professional business card without paying a professionally printed price with these Clean Edge® Business Cards. Their glossy coating provides a vibrant print quality with crisp, clear images, making them great for personal contact cards, appointment reminders, coupons, loyalty cards and gift tags as well. You only have to print as many as you need and their extra sturdy card stock lets you easily personalize and print on one or both sides using an inkjet printer. Use our free pre-designs and templates or come up with your own idea at avery.com/print. Stack the deck in your favor with these premium printable cards.
  • Present a professional appearance with these premium business cards
  • Also perfect for personal contact cards, loyalty cards, gift tags and more
  • Easy-to-use pre-designs let you create and print your cards quickly
  • Glossy coating provides vivid text and sharp images
  • Clean Edge® technology provides smooth, non-perforated edges

Price: $24.03

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Product Description:
  • Inkjet
  • White
  • 2" x 3-1/2"
  • Glossy Photo Quality
  • 10 Cards per Sheet
  • 200 Total Cards
  • Clean Edge

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4.8

(based on 425 reviews)

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    (36)

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    (1)

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    (2)

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    (9)

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of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Most Liked Positive Review

 

I'm disabled with severe ...

I'm disabled with severe tremors in my hands. I use these business cards to promote a support group I lead. All of us have essential tremor, mostly affecting our hands. I use one...Read complete review

I'm disabled with severe tremors in my hands. I use these business cards to promote a support group I lead. All of us have essential tremor, mostly affecting our hands. I use one side of the card for contact information and the other side to describe the disease and information about the free support group meetings. It sure beats writing the information in longhand on a scrap piece of paper. I can't read my own writing. How can I expect others to read my writing? It looks like Egyptian hieroglyphics, if you know what I mean.

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Nice results when they worked, but threw out more than half

The few cards that actually came out properly are nice. However, well over half of the sheets fed through the printer poorly, leading to jams and crooked results which often ended up off-center...Read complete review

The few cards that actually came out properly are nice. However, well over half of the sheets fed through the printer poorly, leading to jams and crooked results which often ended up off-center with the print running off the edge of the card.

I followed the instructions exactly, even loading one sheet at a time, but could not find a way to get consistently good results. And I have a very nice, relatively new Epson printer.

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1.0

Nice results when they worked, but threw out more than half

By Susan

from Virginia

Pros

    Cons

    • Jams
    • Pricey / Poor Value

    Best Uses

      This review is from Two-Side Printable Ink Jet Clean Edge Business Cards 8871:

      The few cards that actually came out properly are nice. However, well over half of the sheets fed through the printer poorly, leading to jams and crooked results which often ended up off-center with the print running off the edge of the card.

      I followed the instructions exactly, even loading one sheet at a time, but could not find a way to get consistently good results. And I have a very nice, relatively new Epson printer.

       
      1.0

      Wish I could get a refund (Zero Stars)

      By Boss

      from Maryland

      Pros

      • Prints Easily One Side On

      Cons

      • Rips Easily

      Best Uses

      • Black & White documents
      • Color Photos
      • Graphics & Charts

      This review is from Two-Side Printable Ink Jet Clean Edge Business Cards 8876:

      In the entire container of 20 sheets, only 2 came out half decent, that is, without jamming my printer or riping to shreds on the way in. Avery products are usually great, but this one absolutely sucks.

       
      5.0

      No substitute for AVERY quality

      By Lonna

      from Palos Verdes, CA

      Pros

      • Bright
      • Doesn't Jam
      • Durable
      • Good Value
      • Professional Weight
      • Sharp Tones & Colors

      Cons

        Best Uses

          This review is from Folded Clean Edge Business Cards, Ink Jet 8820:

          There is no substitute for AVERY quality. I have wasted money on office store brands and hated them. I just finished a project making tent place cards with #8820 clean edge business cards, and "clean edge" is no exaggeration. They look beautiful.

           
          5.0

          Minor Problems Printing

          By Kalvin

          from Montgomery, IL

          Pros

          • Bright
          • Doesn't Jam
          • Durable
          • Good Value
          • Professional Weight
          • Sharp Tones & Colors

          Cons

            Best Uses

              This review is from Two-Side Printable Ink Jet Clean Edge Business Cards 8871:

              Been using these cards for 6+ years. Excellent looks. Ease of Avery's software to develop. When problems occur printing, Avery's CS comes thru.

              (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

               
              5.0

              I'm disabled with severe ...

              By Doc22

              from Undisclosed

              This review is from Two-Side Printable Ink Jet Clean Edge Business Cards 8871:

              I'm disabled with severe tremors in my hands. I use these business cards to promote a support group I lead. All of us have essential tremor, mostly affecting our hands. I use one side of the card for contact information and the other side to describe the disease and information about the free support group meetings. It sure beats writing the information in longhand on a scrap piece of paper. I can't read my own writing. How can I expect others to read my writing? It looks like Egyptian hieroglyphics, if you know what I mean.

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