21 Different Uses For Swing Tags.

21 Different Uses For Swing Tags.

Imagination is a wonderful thing, it often marks the difference between success and failure. It was once said that there are no new ideas anymore, just a process of repurposing old ones, we’re not sure we’d go that far but we recognise the value in adapting established ways of doing things to give new results. Read on and we’ll explore a few and hopefully, it’ll inspire you to find your own ground.

Imaginative Uses for Swing Tags.
Many different options for swing tags and cards.

  • To add information to existing packaging without needing to rerun print jobs. Special offers, upcoming events etc can be added and removed as needed.
  • Camping and caravan sites can use our tearproof tags to signify how long a tent pitch has been booked for and the tag will cope with all the British weather can throw at it and then be used again and again.
  • For customer feedback. Add a couple of quick questions to a tag at a promotional event and get instant feedback and gauge customers opinion.
  • Restaurants could add them to existing menus to augment the specials board or introduce offers.
  • 20% off your next purchase or whatever figure you choose, your product now has a handy pull-off-and-keep voucher for the next purchase or any other offer.
  • Collect and keep sets, football or other sports teams could attach a photo of each team member to merchandise.
  • Hotel door hangers. We’ve all seen dogeared do-not-disturb signs on hotel room doors why not try our 350 gsm tearproof tags? They can be cut to traditional door hanger shape.
  • Wedding photographers could attach a tag to their packs of photos as a business card that stays with the product.
  • RSVP tags. Attach a swing card to an invitation and save your guests the hassle of messing about with scissors, much more civilised than texting.
  • If you get your product on television or in a particularly good blog you could affix a tag to it saying so.
  • Event planners could attach business cards on tags to the various freebie giveaways that you get at conferences and exhibitions. 
  • Wedding planners could tie wedding favours up with tags that give congratulations to the happy couple from your company and happen to include contact details.
  • Thank you tags, attach one to a thank you gift to a big customer or important client that you want to keep hold of by buttering them up a bit.
  • To identify items in a sale and if they aren’t too specific you could always recycle them to save money and environmental waste.
  • Put one around the neck of beer, cider, spirits, wine or Champagne bottles for presents or promotion.
  • Get a vintage vibe by printing a mock distressed finish over a suitable card like our grey pulp board or brown kraft. 
  • Put festive ones on items around Christmas and other present giving occasions like Mother’s Day to remind customers that they need to buy gifts for loved ones.
  • Recipe ideas can be attached to food or food-related items to create a bit of interest and diversity in your range.
  • Spare buttons could accompany a garment with a nicely designed swing tag.
  • Double up, use a translucent front tag made from our special Frosted tag material with a suitable second one to provide contrast.
  • Or of course, you could use them to hang off clothing or other items for sale to indicate size and price - old school.