Modernizing your brand by making it available on the internet can be exciting in many ways! Suddenly, it has the potential to be received by billions across the glove. In many ways, running a successful online business can take you and your brand to a whole another level. Once your brand has made it big on the cyber-realm, meaning your brand is well received by a large number of people online, it is an amazing move to start selling your own merch.




Merchandise includes mugs, phone cases, pop sockets etc. Brand-customized T-Shirts are received with a lot of love in the modern age of hyper-connectivity. But, getting those made which are both high quality and reasonably priced cam be very difficult. To plan to make your own custom T-Shirts can be burdensome since there are many different costs to get them made like raw materials and manufacturing, the design of the T-shirt, shipping etc. 



You also don't want to lose capital over merch and want your brand to be loved. Therefore pricing it aggressively, in such a way that the majority of your brand's followers may not be able to buy it can be heartbreaking, for both the customer and your wallet.




An online service like Amazon Merch gets custom T-Shirts done pretty easily, with no upfront charges. All you need to do is upload your artwork, choose a product type and its colors, and add a product description. Amazon will go ahead and create a product page on for your product and when customers buy your product, they handle production, shipping, and customer service.

How you get paid is by royalties on every product sold. Also, there is no more need to worry about unsold stock, since they print your product after each sale using world-class print technology.

Sounds great! There's a catch though, Amazon merch has received an overwhelming response from interested content creators, in order to provide Amazon customers with the best experience to buy branded products, we have an invitation-only system.

There's always a bigger fish in the sea, so chances are that you won't get invited. But here are 10 reputed alternatives to Amazon Merch that follow the same concept.

1. Redbubble


Redbubble is perhaps the most popular global online marketplace that provides print-on-demand products based on user-submitted artwork. The company was founded in 2006 in Melbourne, Australia and now also maintains offices in San Francisco and Berlin.
The company primarily operates on the Internet and allows its members to sell their artwork as decoration on a variety of products. Products include T-shirts, hoodies, cushions, duvet covers, leggings, stickers, skirts, and scarves. Redbubble offers free membership to artists who maintain the copyrights to their work, regulate their own prices, and decide which products may display their images.

2. Custombaba 


Custombaba is a indian govt recognized Startup that proudly advertises “direct shipping from factory, no middleman”. Which is true since they don’t involve middle man in their process which lets you get the best bang for your buck. 

They have a good collection of patterns which you can offer to your audience. Not only do they provide t-shirts, but also jerseys and hoodies.

3. Cafepress


Their aim is to "Celebrate everyone's unique identity and passions with custom t-shirts, stickers, posters, coffee mugs and more."

CafePress, Inc. is an American online retailer of both stock and custom, on-demand products. CafePress.com won the People's Voice Webby Award in the Commerce category in 2001.
CafePress.com sells everything from T-shirts, bags, mugs, wall clocks and calendars to wall art and stationery. and a myriad of other products. You can upload your own graphic design or logo or whatever you please, which will be added to the product by CafePress. CafePress.com also offers print on demand services for

4. WooCommerce


WooCommerce is an open-source e-commerce plugin for WordPress. It is designed for both small and large-sized online merchants using WordPress. The plugin quickly became popular for its simplicity to install and customize when it was launched on September 27, 2011.

It has excellent reach, but it does not provide the convenience of other stores since you have to take care of manufacturing and shipping yourself.



5. Shopify


Shopify is a Canadian e-commerce company that has its headquarters in Ottawa, Ontario. It is also the name of its e-commerce platform for online stores and retail point-of-sale systems. Shopify offers online retailers a generous suite of services.

6.TeeSpring


Teespring is a platform for custom merchandise which provides a free and easy way to bring your ideas to life. All you have to do is design your shirt, set a price, add a goal and start selling. Teespring handles the rest. All the hassle of production, shipping, and customer service is taken care of and you keep the profit!

7. Bonfire


Bonfire is another newer but solid alternative to Amazon merch. They provide you with design templates and other tools to create the best design for your company. Bonfire is a serious contender and helps you get your custom apparel to customers quickly and easily.

8. Ramp T-Shirts


Ramp T-shirts is the simplest, friendliest custom printing service in the world. Their super-simple process saves you an average of 4 days and 8 emails, other than that, they also offer other benefits to the people doing business with them.
They have a data-assisted service that uses data to intelligently suggest the right mix of sizes for your order. Nice!
 They also deliver your products anywhere in the UK, US or EU completely free of charge.

9. Zazzle


Zazzle helps you design and sell everything from cool t-shirts to custom mugs to DIY invitations. Zazzle helps you to unleash your creative side and create the best designs. The company has partnered with many brands to amass a collection of digital images from companies like Disney and Hallmark. The company offers over 300 million unique products on their site.
They offer digital printing, and embroidered decoration on their retail apparel items, as well as other personalization techniques and items.

10. Printful


Printful is a different ball game, because they not only provide custom shirts, but also more unique products like custom made leggings, skirts and dresses, posters and canvas, swimwear, tank tops, hats, bags, pillowcases among a vast range of other products.