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Cards, Tags & Tickets

Almost all Avery card products can be printed on both sides, with the exception of Avery Glossy Clean Edge Business Cards (8859). Look for Clean Edge Business Card packages marked “Two-Side Printable” to ensure you can print on both the front and back.

To learn how to create two-sided business cards, view our Avery Two-Side Printable Clean Edge Business Cards Demo.

We do not recommend printing on envelopes. Envelopes can very easily skew and get caught in printers, which can cause damage.

We recommend using mailing labels to personalize envelopes. We manufacture both standard recipient and return address labels in a variety of shapes, sizes and colors.

Most Avery business cards are manufactured with 10 per page with each card touching the cards surrounding it,  which does not allow for print-to-the-edge capability. Our business cards that come with 8 per page allow for full-bleed printing. Please look for products with "print-to-the-edge" on the packaging.

Yes, Avery 88220 Clean Edge Business Cards have rounded corners. They are for Inkjet printers only.
Avery Design & Print Online is great for tickets.
  • After you place the information you want to appear on all the tickets, click on the “More” button on the left and click on “Sequential Numbers.”
  • Choose between numbers or letters, set a start value, end value, and how the values increment. If you want leading zeros, check the box and define how many—usually this is as many spaces as your highest number has.
  • You can also add characters or words before or after the numbers in the Prefix and Suffix boxes.
  • Next, click the button to add the numbers to your project.
  • Note: If you want the numbers to appear on the stubs, just copy the number box from the first ticket and paste it on the first stub.
If you create your tags in the "tall" orientation, you can put identical information on each tag. If you want tags to be "wide", since the tag holes are on the opposite sides of the sheet, to get identical designs you have a couple of options. If you're creating a two-sided project, just design the tag fronts in the left column, and the tag backs in the right column. They will print correctly when you print both sides. If you're only printing one side, you can rotate the text and images on the tags on the right side so they are upside-down. Then the tag hole will be to the left of your design, just like on the right side. If you are doing a mail merge to your tags, it will only go onto each tag if you start with a "tall" orientation. In the "wide" orientation, it only goes on the left column. You can feed each sheet through the printer twice to have it printed on both sides if you are using a wide layout.