Best (read: Cheapest) place to make copies?

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  1. TeriMomOf4

    TeriMomOf4 Senior Member Plus

    I need to make a bunch of copies for the co-op class that I am teaching and am wondering the best place for me to do that?
    A place like Kinko's?
    Someplace else?


  2. Dina

    Dina Senior Member Plus

    my office :giggle

    sorry, no, I did not just say that!!!
  3. MrsBlueEyes

    MrsBlueEyes Senior Member Plus

    The library.... or you can call the school district and see if they allow homeschooling parents to use their facilities. I know in Wichita Falls they did.
  4. Cami

    Cami Senior Member Plus

    are you still a student? wait.. joseph is..and he has a student id for Eastfield, right? They only charge you 5 cents per copy up there.
  5. TeriMomOf4

    TeriMomOf4 Senior Member Plus

    No, he isn't at Eastfield anymore. Bummer. :p
    Maybe Alex could do it at Quad C for me. It's just so darned much.

    Dina, that's one thing I do miss about working. :giggle This is too much for me to ask Ken to stand at the copier and do though.
  6. Erica

    Erica Senior Member Plus

    You can make copies at Mardels, but I can't remember if it's .05 or .10 a copy. But it's a Christian book store too, so that may not work for you. You can also do laminating there.
  7. Spluloacle

    Spluloacle Senior Member Plus

    Office Machines Inc.

    15906 Midway Rd
    Addison, TX 75001
    • (972) 866-8899
    2 cent b&w copies 40 cent color copies
  8. artzy_fartzy68

    artzy_fartzy68 Senior Member Plus

    I have no idea, but I find it slightly endearing that "cheap" and "best" are the same thing to you!! (and me!!)
  9. Cori

    Cori Senior Member Plus

    Absolutely! Super cheap, and helpful staff too. I've had them tri-fold brochures on their machines, print up stuff, copy stuff, etc.
  10. TeriMomOf4

    TeriMomOf4 Senior Member Plus

    Oh wow ! That is REALLY cheap. I will remember them for the future. I went by Staples and did it for .08 a copy, but it was really quick and easy. They had a card reader attached to the copy machine and I could change the settings for each set that I did.

    I do go to Mardel's for their homeschool stuff occasionally. ;)


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