How to Make Drop-Ship T-Shirts

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Drop-shipping is a convenient arrangement for a seller. He doesn't ever have to handle the product --- a distributing party handles that for him. A number of T-shirt manufacturers offer this type of arrangement for just about anyone who is interested in getting into the custom T-shirt business. You create the design, set it up online and allow the manufacturer to drop-ship it to your buyers.

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    Create a seller's account with Zazzle to make drop-ship T-shirts. The Web-based tool presents you with a T-shirt image onto which you can upload your own custom designs, preview them and then finalise them for selling. You can set whatever price you wish, then see the profits after you pay drop-shipping and manufacturing fees. Set up a store on the website or sell through your own Web store.

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    Set up a drop-ship arrangement using the Printfection service. Set up a shirt design and launch a store in as little as five minutes. Choose from a wide selection of women's-, men's- and kids-sized tees in a variety of colours and styles. The printing service can also add your own private labels to the shirts before shipping them off to customers. Pay drop-shipping and other costs when customers buy the shirts from your online store.

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    Use PrintMojo to manufacture your own T-shirts for drop-shipping. E-mail or FTP your designs to the printer. Take advantage of wholesale pricing when you order 25 T-shirts or more at a time. The printer keeps your shirts in stock and ships them direct to the customer when he places an order. Set-up and manage your T-shirt store using the Mojo Merchant management tool.

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