Does Walmart Laminate Documents & Cards? (Do This Instead…)
Walmart has millions of customers who shop there every day for supplies and other tools that help with office resource, teacher training, arts, and crafts.
Walmart offers laminating sheets
Walmart stocks a variety of laminating sheets that can be used to laminate business cards, documents and ID clips pouches. Customers can locate laminating sheets in-store by the office supplies or at Walmart.com.
Stationary brands such as Scotch, Avery and Nuova are now available.
You can also buy self-adhesive sheets from Walmart in different sizes (9 x 12, 8,5×11, 9, x 9), etc. Self-laminating sheets cost around $12-15 for 50, and less than $3 for 5,
However, if you do have access to a professional laminator, the Scotch thermal laminating pouches could be for you.
There are many factors that affect the price, but Walmart has an average cost of $6-$10 each for 25, with a range from small to large.
Are Laminating Machines Available at Walmart?
Walmart offers both heatless and thermal laminators in its stores as well as online.
If you’re only looking for basic lamination for office sheets or the classroom, the Educational Insights Laminator costing $64.99 could be for you.
For $73.38, consider purchasing the 3m Commercial Tape Heat-Free Laminator.
You can find laminated cards and documents elsewhere than Walmart.
Office Depot/Office Max has the largest selection of laminated documents.
Find your local Office Depot location to order same-day lacing. Prices for letter-sized documents start at $1.89 per packet, and presentation graphics go at $2.00 per squarefoot.
Staples offers laminating services. Customers can purchase 3-10mil pouches with a gloss finish or a 10mil with a matte finish.
Lamination for letter size starts at $2.19 to $3.19. Legal documents are $2.59 to $3.59. Legers (financial books size) cost between $3.19 and $3.99.
The following stores also offer lamination services:
How much does it cost to laminate documents & cards?
Laminate regular-sized paper (8.5″x11″) at a cost of around $1.99 per piece.
Some locations will charge $6 per square foot for coroplast standard and $5 for heavy coating.
The cheapest way to laminate documents and cards is by purchasing your self-adhesive sheets and pouches. Standard scissors can be used to trim the laminate to your preferred size.
If you are looking to learn more, you can see our related posts on if Walmart has a fax machine, does Walmart print photos, and if Walmart develops disposable cameras.
Walmart does NOT laminate papers and cards.
Customers can also find thermal, self-adhesive, and heatless laminating sheets for $3-$15+ depending on quantity and size. Staples, UPS, FedEx office, Minuteman Press and your local teacher supply store can all provide laminating assistance.
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