Experimenting with Teespring

8 years ago from

Does anyone have experience using Teespring? I'm curious to know what your experiences were and what you think of the product, in general.

Also, not trying to pull a bait and switch, but I made a t-shirt to experiment with the product if anyone is interested. I'll keep you all updated!



  • Maurice CherryMaurice Cherry, 8 years ago

    I have mixed experiences with Teespring.

    I've set up clients with campaigns and I have friends who have had wildly successful campaigns with them.

    I used them a few months ago for a t-shirt campaign for my podcast, and it was a pain in the ass. They formatted my artwork wrong on the shirt, their customer service was terrible, and the account manager I worked with promised some services and then reneged on those.

    YMMV, obviously, but Teespring is too hit or miss for me to work with again.

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    • , 8 years ago

      Man - yeah I see what you mean. Did you end up selling any tshirts?

      Also, what's your podcast? Always looking for new things to listen to.

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      • Maurice CherryMaurice Cherry, 8 years ago

        I sold two shirts, but I think Teespring's minimum for printing is 15 or 20 shirts -- something like that. In the future, I'd probably use a custom order-to-print service like Printful or something like that.

        My podcast is called Revision Path -- it's your standard design interview podcast, but I also talk with developers, UX/UI people, indie game developers, etc. Just published my 50th interview a few weeks ago!

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