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Why Use A Custom Receipt Book?

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A custom receipt book can be a professional and convenient way to keep track of transactions and reinforce your brand. But why use a custom receipt book as opposed to a generic one?

In this blog, we'll explore the benefits of using a custom receipt book and how to create one that fits your business needs.


Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past decade or so, you’ve heard of the importance of branding. It’s just as important for small businesses as it is for Fortune 500 companies, and it can actually be harder to do for small companies.

Custom receipt books give you branding capabilities that you might not even realize. Each receipt should have your company’s name, address, phone number, website, and other information on it.

This keeps your business firmly at the forefront of your customer’s minds and encourages them to connect with you after the initial sale.


If you run a business where you don’t always work out of a specific location, you’re no doubt familiar with the need to write receipts on the fly. Printed receipts are pretty much out of the question here.

With a custom receipt book, you can write out a receipt for your customer on the spot, without having to worry about mailing them a copy of the printed one once you get back to the office.

Custom Fields

One of the most important benefits of using a custom receipt book can be found in the name – you can easily customize the layout of the interior to fit your specific needs. Why should your company be limited to the same format as every other business?

Get the fields and layout that work best for your specific business and your customers. With the right combination of fields and design, you have the space needed for virtually any needs, from detailed item descriptions to client numbers, receipt/invoice numbers, quantity purchased, services rendered, and more.

Easy Cash Write-Ups

Another benefit of a custom receipt book is that you’re able to write up cash payments with ease.

This is particularly beneficial for companies that do a lot of their business on a cash basis, but you can also record credit and debit card information if necessary with the right type.

The Right Type

Recipes come in many different types, and you can’t afford to use the same format for all of your needs. You wouldn’t want to use a sales receipt for delivery, for example.

With a custom receipt book, you get the type you need to fit your business’s services.

Record Keeping

Need to keep meticulous records of your transactions and services? Get a custom receipt book with carbon copies and you’ll be set – easily store your transaction and service information for access later.

There are plenty of other reasons to use a custom receipt book, but those mentioned above are some of the most important and will apply to virtually any type of business.


Ready to create your own receipt books? Get in touch with DesignsNprint for custom receipt book printing. Take your receipts to the next level today. 


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From my roots in Jamaica to the bustling streets of the USA, my journey into design and printing has been fueled by a passion for creativity and business. I founded Small Business Promotions, Inc. back in 2003, bringing DesignsnPring.com to life. The foundation of my work comes from not only my degree in accounting and economics from the University of the West Indies but also my hands-on-experience that started at Georgia Perimeter College.

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