Sometimes selling merch can be exciting...spreading your logo around the world, one person at a time. Sometimes it can feel wrong...like you're cheapening your art. Like it or not, you need to make money in order to have a sustainable career. Merch can supplement your revenue...and double as free marketing. Note: Standard and Premium artists have access to thousands of merch products.
Alright, so maybe these aren't necessarily to sell. They're just rad. Inked by Evans is giving you the chance to design your own bass drum head at an incredibly low price. Upload your own artwork. Choose sizes & mic port. Purchase via gift card and there's no other costs... not even shipping.
Ahhh stickers. Sometimes they're sold. Sometimes they're given away. Sometimes they find a home as part of a collage in a seedy college bar bathroom stall. Whatever your target for your sticky art, Stand Out Stickers has what you need. And we've got your discount code.
Killer idea: make a replica of band members' actual tattoos. Fans can then purchase 'em to be just like you! Or make your logo. Way more attention-getting than stickers. Especially with drunken show-goers. Get 100 custom tattoos for as low as $45 with FREE shipping. Discount code available.
We've got two options for you when it comes to hats. Our primary recommendation is Caps To You, as they have the lowest prices around. If you're looking for higher quality options, check out Lids.
Fans LOVE picks. The information superhighway is splattered with websites devoted to the superfan's pick collection. If you're tired of staring at that Tortex turtle, make your own with Steve Clayton.
Buttons can be fun, but they're hard to sell. The perceived value isn't much. But with Pure Buttons, you can create custom button packs that your fans will eat up. Not literally.