Yes, you can make a custom challenge coin and do so at a low, competitive cost. Thanks to the easy, step-by-step process as provided through this link, you can create the type of challenge coin that you want.
Size & Quantity
Everything starts with how big each coin should be and how many that you want. The size of the coin should be large enough to show off the design, yet small enough to easily carry around in your pocket. Once you have decided on the size, the next step is how many that you want.
The minimum order for challenge coins is 50 to 100. Be sure that the number of coins you needs reaches the minimum order amount. However, the more coins you order, the lower the unit price will be. Plus, if the order is for 300 coins or more the setup cost is free. So, consider the size and number options carefully before proceeding.
Type of Coin
The next step is putting in your contact information, but right below is the type of product that you want to create. If you want a challenge coin, then make that selection. However, if you are looking for another type of product, then go down the list and select from that.
Color: Do you want color on one side, both sides, or no color at all? Go over the basic idea for the design of the coin first and then choose if you need color.
You may have noticed that cons come with different types of edges, the most common edges you can order include the following.
- Crosscut Diamond
Next up is how you want the coin packaged. Again, you have several choices in this regard which include the following.
- Acrylic Coin Case
- Coin Capsule
- Plastic Coin Envelope
- Plastic Stand
- Velvet Coin Bag
- Velvet Coin Case
Now that you have the packaging, you will need to decide on the plating. The plating provides protection, but also added value to the coin itself. You can choose from the following.
- Antique Gold, Antique Silver, and Antique Copper
- Black Nickel & Black Metal
If you have some specific artwork that you have created, then you can upload it at this time. This can be all or just part of the overall design. If you have any logos, drawings, or the like, this is the time to upload them.
Next, provide information on how many coins you want, assign a nickname for the project if you desire, and when they are needed. Any additional information that is important to creating the design should be included as well.
Once the information is sent to the company, they will contact you to ensure that they have fully understood what has been sent. From that point, they will work on the design and provide you with examples to get exactly what you want in a challenge coin.