100 white t-shirts for only $4.49/shirt!

For a limited time get 100 white t-shirts with single color printing for $4.49/t-shirt. Offer includes shipping!

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Custom t-shirts

Fill up your merch table - and your pockets - with this awesome deal.

For a limited time, Merch.ly is offering this amazing pricing to help you stock up on quality t-shirts. Whether you’re selling online, or at shows, custom band t-shirts are always a must-have by fans.

The 100 Tees Bundle

You get 100 white t-shirts (add $1/t-shirt for color t-shirts) with single color screen printing for just $4.49/t-shirt ($449 total).

  • Ready in just 10 days
  • Shipping is included!

Don’t wait! with a deal this good, we won’t be able to run it forever. Grab yours before it’s gone!

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About Merch.ly

Merch.ly is a brand of CD Baby - the world's largest online distributor of indie-only music. Our goal is to help indie musicians gain exposure and make some money all while keep fans looking good. We provide high quality apparel and gear that helps you get the most out of your merchandise post-show and online. Cool merch. Budget friendly. Quick delivery. That's what Merch.ly is all about.


Of all the colors our discs are, GREEN is the most important one.


We all know that CDs are made of plastic. They can’t be made from anything else but optical grade polycarbonate. However, the plastic content is only a small part of the overall disc package. We believe we can make the biggest environmental contribution by providing our customers with sustainable alternatives.

So is a green disc possible? Absolutely!

We work hard to provide you with high quality, affordable products that reduce our carbon footprint.

Here are some of the steps Disc Makers takes towards affordable eco-friendliness:

What is the difference between recycled-content and post-consumer recycled content?

A recycled-content product is an item that contains recovered materials, which are wastes that have been diverted from conventional disposal such as landfills for another use. Recovered materials include both pre-consumer and post-consumer wastes.

Pre-consumer materials are generated by manufacturers and processors, and may consist of scrap, trimmings, and other by-products that were never used in the consumer market.

Post-consumer material is an end product that has completed its life cycle as a consumer item and would otherwise have been disposed of as a solid waste. Post-consumer materials include recyclables collected in commercial and residential recycling programs, such as office paper, cardboard, aluminum cans, plastics, and metals.