As low as $0.75/each
Self-locking and reusable, converting seamlessly to counter displays with built-in headers and graphics.
- Self-locking mailer & shipper converts to counter display
- Built-in header saves on packaging
- Two-sided printing available
- Reuse over and over again
- Available in 5 standard sizes & custom sizes
Our POP mailers give you the power to create a custom box that’s perfect for counter display. With options that let you specify size, layout and design, your mailer is a blank canvas to showcase your brand and elevate your products. Plus, the messaging you include can serve as quick reference points for retail partners who are engaging with customers. And with a built-in header, you’ll even save on packaging costs.
*Note* to achieve a look similar to the image, use simulated kraft artwork on a white background.
White, Premium White or Kraft
Luxe or Standard
Inside only, Outside only or Two-sided
E-Flute or B-Flute or C-Flute
6 x 6 x 2 in
11 x 8 x 2 in
20 x 12 x 3 in
10 x 8 x 4 in
12 x 9 x 3 in
Standard sizes won’t work? No problem. We offer custom sizes to fit your product. Contact us for details.
B-flute, E-flute, C-flute; what is the difference?
Flutes give strength and structure to boxes, serving as a protector, insulator and cushioning device. Our system is set up to automatically select the flute options that will function best for your box size and style.
With a thickness of 1/16”, E-flute is ideal for high-quality printing. It’s generally used for mailers and some specialty displays, like the beer and wine cases.
B-flute is a good alternative to E-flute when heavier items may need additional support. With a thickness of 1/8″ and shorter flutes, this type of box still provides a rigid, flat surface for printing.
C-flute is commonly used for shippers. The flutes are taller here at 3/16″, giving C-flute somewhat better cushioning properties than B-flute.
I want to see a sample before I order. Is this possible?
Absolutely! We have two options for samples. You can order our standard Sample Kit, which gives you a glimpse of our different materials, print quality and finishes – a great option for someone who needs help deciding what’s best for a packaging project. The other option is to order your own custom sample tab lock box, complete with your design and messaging in any size or style. Select our Custom Sample option for just $38. Simply enter a quantity of one (1) when checking out.
What is the difference between materials and finishes?
Standard White is the typical corrugated material used for packaging. If you look closely, it has slight variations in the white color.
Premium White is our high performer. It will add a look of luxury to your print. It’s available in both matte and gloss finishes. (Gloss finish is a process where ink is cured to appear glossier than a traditional matte finish, and it’s only available on Premium White.)
Kraft is the standard brown material you see on corrugated boxes. But once you add your branding (Logo! Colors! Messaging!), it’s not so standard anymore. When choosing Kraft, be sure to think about the colors you’ll use. Colors will appear darker on Kraft than they would on Standard or Premium White.
- Always convert to CMYK before uploading files – this allows tighter control over your colors and images.
- Obtain rich blacks with this build: 30% Cyan (C), 30% Magenta (M), 30% Yellow (Y) and 100% Black (K). Finish it off with a 0.5-point stroke of 100% Black (K) for best quality.
- Submit graphics and text designs (any non-photographic content) as vector-based PDFs or Adobe Illustrator (.ai) files to ensure lines and text are crisp.
- All text should be at least 8 point and bold colors, made up of one or two inks only (C, M, Y or K).
- Include at least a 0.25-inch bleed when graphics extend past die-line.
- Lines in a solid or dark color should be no thinner than 1 point.
- Make sure all fonts are embedded or outlined.
- When possible, save your designs using the Adobe PDF/X-1a precept.
Download our template and design with even more control using Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop or CorelDRAW.
Whether you need one Pop Mailer or 12,000, ordering with CompanyBox is easy. Once your design is complete, simply choose a quantity and add it to your cart. You’ll receive a proof within two business days of ordering. Once we receive proof approval, your order goes to production.
All orders are produced and shipped out within 10 days of approval. Transit time is generally 3 – 5 business days, depending on your location. (Ordering only one box? We skip the proof and ship it out within just 3 business days!)
Pricing is completely transparent, with no hidden fees. As you create your custom packaging products, the price updates in real-time and includes printing, cutting and gluing, if needed. Shipping costs can be seen once your order is in your cart.
How much is shipping?
Shipping rates are calculated based on the size and weight of your order, as well as your location. We work directly with FedEx to ensure you receive top quality service and pricing. We also offer freight shipping based on size and volume.
Do you offer rush shipping?
We do offer expedited services. Call for a quote to discuss lead times.
How can I get in touch with someone about my order?
We’re here for you! You can email us, use our online chat feature or call us at 877.926.3223.