Bulk Pricing for your custom CD/DVD or USB project & Price Comparison


There are two primary ways to order from TrepStar:
  1. Bulk Orders: If you want to order 25 or more units (a bulk order) get pricing and start your order by exploring the options below. We will guide you through the project setup and communicate with you by email or phone during the whole process.
  2. On Demand Fulfillment: If you want TrepStar to manufacture on demand at order time, and ship your single or low quantity orders to your undividual customers, we can help: First, create a free account, then you configure your free custom CD/DVD or USB product(s). After that, you may order as often as you like, in any quantity you like. Many of our publishers submit single quantity orders that we ship to their individual customers, only when you receive orders (this is called on demand fulfillment). With this method, you are configuring and ordering products with little or no intervention from TrepStar which keeps costs low.

Bulk CDs or DVDs with no other packaging
CDs or DVDs in bulk with no extra packaging.


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  1. Will be placed on spindle.
  2. Includes full color printing on glossy discs.
  3. Available in quantities as low as 25 and up to 500.
  4. Completed in as few as 3 days.

Order some CDs or DVDs in bulk at wholesale prices.
CDs or DVDs in DVD cases
Discs in DVD cases with overwrap and inside panel artwork. Includes shrinkwrap.


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  1. Contains outer Overwrap (entrapment) and single panel inside artwork with shrinkwrap.
  2. Includes full color printing on glossy discs.
  3. Shrinkwrap included.
  4. Available in quantities as low as 25 and up to 500.
  5. Completed in as few as 3 days.

Order some CDs or DVDs in DVD cases.
CDs or DVDs in CD cases
Discs in CD cases with folded 2 panel and back tray artwork. Includes shrinkwrap.


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  1. Contains folded 2 Panel, Back Tray artwork with shrinkwrap.
  2. Includes full color printing on glossy discs.
  3. Shrinkwrap included.
  4. Available in quantities as low as 25 and up to 500.
  5. Completed in as few as 3 days.

Order some CDs or DVDs in CD cases (sometimes called Jewel Cases).
CDs or DVDs in EcoPack Jackets
Discs in EcoPack. Folded 2 panel image holds the disc. Placed in a clear resealable sleeve.


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  1. Contains 2 panel folded artwork in clear resealable sleeve.
  2. Includes full color printing on glossy discs.
  3. Available in quantities as low as 25 and up to 500.
  4. Completed in as few as 3 days.

Order some CDs or DVDs in CD our EcoPack jackets.

Is it true that CDs are coming back?

Yes. The recent trend us upward for CD products as well as vinyl and other nostalgia products. It's easy to stream music for any situation, but to create an experience, there's nothing like putting in a CD into your HI-FI system to create a mood. CDs are finding their way back onto peoples' hearts and stereo systems. And don't underestimate how important CDs are for promoting your music. Like a business card or poster, people tend to hold onto CDs and other materials that remind them of their experience with you. They will see it and play it instead of just forgetting about it after they leave the venue. By having a CD, your music does not get lost in the mess of streaming platforms.

How much does it cost to make my custom CD, DVD or USB in custom packaging?

The price will vary based on the quantity you order but making a custom CD in a CD or DVD case is affordable. Get pricing above. Your branding is partially dependent on how you distribute your music or video. Having CDs handy at your gigs, or selling physical DVDs on your website helps you to connect and create fans well into the future. We’ll create your custom CD cases, or discs in DVD cases, at the lowest rates.

Can TrepStar make a custom CD (or DVD) for me?

Yes we can. We offer plenty of options to order just the right number of CDs you need for your upcoming gig or to sell on your merchandise page or website. No matter what kind of music you play or what kind of CD or DVD product you want to make, our CD Manufacturing will ensure you get what you need.

TrepStar also is well known for making custom DVDs and USBs. Physical media is becoming more and more important, now more than ever. CDs or DVDs help your brand and are a great way to express it through a physical product. Your fan or customer can now have something they can hold onto forever. Maybe they see it on the shelf and remember you, making it more likely that they will revisit your music or website. TrepStar has been helping independent musicians and video publishers for over 20 years.

What's the difference between duplication vs replication?

Replication or CD pressing, was the first method invented to produce CDs. Today, replication is used when a publisher wants thousands of copies at a low unit price. CD or DVD replication makes economic sense only when you need 500 or more units. Most of the time, independent music artists tend to order 50 to 200 CDs at a time. In this case, CD/DVD duplication is the way to go. Replicating discs means creating a glass master and molding the discs from melted plastic pellets. First, the glass master is created which holds an image of your music or video. This takes the most time and expense. There are careful and time consuming set up steps and this part of the process costs several hundred dollars just to be ready to create the first disc. Once the master is made and the replication process is started, it goes very fast and the stamped copies are low cost. Because there is a lot of setup for this process (as well as very expensive replication machines) replicated discs only make sense for large quantities (500 to 1000 or more).

CD (or DVD) Duplication is used most often when you need 500 or less discs. This is sometimes referred to as short run duplication or bulk CD copy. There is less setup time and expense which allows for a lower unit cost for smaller quantities. Duplication means CD or DVD copying (burning). It utilizes optical drives to copy your source disc to the blank media. These days, with the advancements of optical CD/DVD drives, 'burned' discs are as good as replicated discs. Replication provides an advantage in lower unit cost only when you create thousands at a time. This is why duplication is usually how CDs or DVDs are created. Our automated duplicators can make just a few copies up to many hundreds. We print with very high quality blank media with a glossy finish that is better looking than most any other disc you'll find. This method is no less reliable than replication.