Personalized holiday coasters are extraordinary marketing tools for promoting your business at Christmas time.

Holiday coasters serve many purposes including unique gifts for clients and friends. They also spread holiday cheer and brand your bar or restaurant when placed on tables for customers.

Tired of sending greeting cards? Design custom Christmas coasters with seasonal artwork or a happy holidays message and give them out at parties! Their size and budget-friendly price make them perfect for mailing or using as store giveaways at the holidays.

Select the material and style for your promotional holiday coasters

custom pulpboard coasters with business logos

Take a look at our most popular holiday drink coasters:

Check out these impressive yet affordable holiday coasters for clients and special gifts:

Browse our various coaster categories for shopping convenience:

Tips for ordering Christmas coasters

custom real estate pulpboard coasters

Here are a few tips for choosing the perfect holiday coasters for your unique needs.

Coasters 101

  • 40-pt. coasters are the lightest and are designed for one-time use.
  • 60-pt. coasters are moderate weight and can be used several times.
  • 80-pt. coasters are for heavy, repeated usage.
  • Foil-stamped imprints add holiday sparkle!
  • You can customize both sides of our paper coasters
  • FREE delivery is available on select coaster styles.
  • Photos can be printed on our full-color pulpboard coasters.
  • Blank coasters are excellent for DIY projects.

Our friendly staff is available to answer your questions and make your experience phenomenal! Browse our entire selection of holiday favors and gifts for more inspiration.

cheers to marketing with custom drinkware

Shelley Grieshop is a former newspaper journalist who earned more than a dozen Associated Press awards for her in-depth research and writing skills. In May 2016, she joined Totally Promotional as a creative writer. She currently writes company blogs about branding, marketing, logos, wedding planning and much more. One of her life goals is to teach people when to use hyphens and apostrophes.

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