Custom Credit Card USB Flash Drive

  • Item #: 79800
  • Item Size: 3.3" L x 2.1" W x .125" H
  • Imprint Area: 2.5" L x 1" W spot color
    Edge to edge: Full Color


Custom Credit Card USB Flash Drive

Our #1-selling custom credit card USB flash drive is fun & functional, sure to please the tech lovers and marketing managers. 

This handy usb flash drive credit card fits easily in padfolios, purses or backpacks.

USB drives are great for storing important information. Keep them from getting
lost with this credit card usb drive featuring multiple decoration choices:

  • Printing w/ company’s logo on one side (pricing shown) or both sides in one color, or
  • Full color printed on one side or both sides (additional charges)
    • Note: For full color printing, card color will default to white.
    • Available in white, black and blue for single color printing.

What are my options?

  • Credit Card USB Flash Drives come packaged in black leatherette sleeves
     
    Ask for pricing for the printing the sleeve, too. (1 color only)
  • Choose from  2GB, 4GB, 8GB, 16GB, 32GB, or 64GB memory size.
    Pricing for 2GB shown, additional charges for higher memory, prices shown.
      Your order will be confirmed prior to printing, as memory chip prices fluctuate.
  • Data preloading available. Ask us for pricing.

Our customers love to load a usb flash drive with their company catalog before distributing to clients.
This credit card usb drive is great to give out as-is, letting clients find their favorite way to use it. 

The pictures of the custom credit card usb flash drives above are printed, not computer generated.
When printed with your custom logo or picture, these credit card usb's are classic marketing giveaways.



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