Funeral Program Printing at Shop
Based on your location, you can find many printing options for your funeral programs. These programs can be printed at FedEx Printing Service or any staples print service store or similar.
Even if there are no retail ship & print or office supply centers in your area, you should still be able to use a commercial print shop that serves local businesses.
Here are four common retail locations where printing can be done.
- Fedex/Kinkos Ship & Print Centers normally have self-service machines that customers can use to run copies (see more about that below). They can also print your custom funeral programs to your specifications. Most FedEx/Kinkos locations allow uploading of document originals through their website, then completing your print specifications and submitting the order for pick-up at your designated store.
- Staples Copy & Print Centers include self-service copiers and printers within their office supply stores. You can copy from USB, the cloud or printed documents. Staples also has full-service copy shops that can complete your funeral and memorial program print jobs for you, and their website allows easy ordering of print services.
- UPS Shipping Centers also offer this type of full-service printing. UPSStore.com gives instructions for uploading your documents to be printed and then selecting the UPS print shop location nearest you to complete the job.
- Office Depot/Office Max is another funeral program printing option available in many areas is through These two office supply chains have merged, but they’ve retained their printing capabilities. As with the other two options, you can set up an online account, upload your funeral programs and specify how you want them printed for pick-up.