We're now creating digital maps that you can print for yourself (we provide full, easy-to-follow instructions on what to do).
US customers - from Nov. 20th this will be the only way for you to order a map (you'll enjoy the service, though - promise!).
As we get closer to Christmas, it'll become harder and harder to guarantee shipping times for those of you living in the US, Canada and Australia.
And we don't want to let you down.
So, we're going to offer digital prints to everyone that wants one at a reduced cost (info on pricing below).
A digital map doesn't mean a lower level of service.
Customers that order the digital versions will get the same level of care and attention that we give customers ordering physical maps.
Care that's helped us rack up plenty of 5-star reviews (see the bottom of this page to read reviews).
In a nutshell, we create your map for you and send a high-resolution file to your inbox (within 48 hours!).
Your map will be accompanied by a full guide on how to print it locally to a flawless standard.
The process is nice and straightforward (see reviews at bottom of this page).
There are 2 to choose from:
To start, click the 'Add to Cart' button on whichever map you want to buy.
A pop-up order form will appear next.
This is where you pick what you want included on your map.
After you've picked everything you want added to your map, hit the 'Add to Cart' button.
It can sometimes take 10 or so seconds for this to process.
You'll then be taken to the cart where you can make a payment.
When you've completed your order, you can chill! We'll get to work on creating your map.
When we have the design ready, we'll send you a photo of the map to review.
If you want changes made, we'll make them. If you're happy with how it looks, we'll send your map for print.
We'll work with you until you're 100% happy with the design, so don't worry about anything other than getting the ball rolling.
You'll then receive some very high resolution files along with instructions on how to print your map to the same standard that we do.
Here's what the instructions look like in case your curious.
As always, if you've any questions, we're just an email away: firstname.lastname@example.org.