Customer Service 1-800-706 INKS [8:00am - 6:00pm EST M-F]
 FREE SHIPPING on all contiguous U.S. orders over $40
Office Supplies > Envelopes, Mailers & Shipping Supplies > Envelopes > Invitation Envelope Gummed Contemporary #5 1/2 White 100/Box
Here's What Our Customers Say...
Just a quick thank you for your excellent speedy service. Ordered ink cartridges Thursday at 3.45 received them Friday morning with the first post. What fantastic response time. I will recommend you to everyone I can!! Excellent Service.
G.Griffiths, Florida
Invitation Envelope Gummed Contemporary #5 1/2 White 100/Box
High-quality envelope is ideal for computer-generated invitations, cards, announcements and photos. Wove finish resists smudging and smearing.
Reference Code: QUACO198
Earn 5 Loyalty Points
Our Price: $10.95
SKU Code: QUACO198
People who viewed this also viewed

Quality Park Greeting Card/Invitation Envelope Contemp. Redi-Strip 10 50/Box
Our Price: $6.45
Columbian Gummed Seal Business Envelope Executive Style #10 White 500/Box
Our Price: $25.45
Quality Park Redi-Seal Security Tinted Window Envelope Contemporary #10 White 500/Box
Our Price: $65.45
Tyvek Expansion Envelope 10 x 13 White 100/Box
Our Price: $129.45
Testimonials

"Just a quick thank you for your excellent speedy service. Ordered ink cartridges Thursday at 3.45 received them Friday morning with the first post. What fantastic response time. I will recommend you to everyone I can!! Excellent Service.
G.Griffiths, Florida
"

ENJOY EXCLUSIVE SAVINGS!
* Free Shipping applies on all Contiguous U.S. orders over $40
* Buy 2 Get 1 Free offer applies to selected compatible Epson, Canon, and Brother inkjet cartridges and now extended to selected remanufactured HP, Lexmark and Dell inkjet cartridges.

Epson™, HP™, Dell™, Lexmark™, Canon™, Brother™, Samsung™ and other manufacturer brand names and logos are registered trademarks of their respective owners.
Stay Connected!
© 2017 ClickInks.com
107 Commerce Street, Lake Mary, FL 32746-6206, USAToll Free: 1 800 706 4657v. 4.8
Read our blog