Jewel Cases are considered the industry standard for packaging discs. Our lightweight but durable jewel cases will protect your discs from wear and tear and keep them safe for years to come.
The hard plastic case was specifically designed to prevent dirt and scratches from harming the disc. With the extra protection, there is plenty of space for a booklet or insert. Our jewel cases come in clear or black trays, slim or standard sizing, and varying insert sizes.
A classic among musicians and artists. Get your CD inside a durable plastic case with a paper insert. This package includes the disc of your choice (CD, DVD, or Dual Layer DVD) and a 2 panel insert which is 1 sheet of paper printed full color both sides as well as the tray card that fills the back of the jewel case.
You may decide to print your tray card full color 1 side and have a black tray or print the tray card full color both sides and have a clear tray.
More printable space! The 4 panel insert has a front, inside left, inside right and back all printed full color. Of course you also have the tray card and disc of your choice (CD, DVD, or Dual Layer DVD)
This insert has 3 panels on each side and 2 folds.
Of course it’s printed full color along with the tray card and disc of your choice (CD, DVD, or Dual Layer DVD).
We can accommodate booklets up to 32 pages.
…plenty of options to include lyrics, notes, credits and thank you comments.
Booklets are printed full color and are also inserted into the front of the jewel case.
Your product is complete with the tray card and CD.
Do you have a set of 2 CDs that you’d like to pack into 1 jewel case?
This is the product for you!
These offer the same insert or booklet options and the tray card as the single CD jewel case.
Another choice! These cases have no space for a tray card so they a thinner than the standard jewel case.
However in addition to holding your CD, there is space for a printed insert or booklet in the front.
The cases have a clear front and a black bottom.
For the burgeoning compact disc industry, the beginning of the 1980's ushered in more than just synth pop, laser light shows, and drum machines. Peter Doodson, an industrial designer for Philips, was given the opportunity to develop a brand new, luxurious packaging for compact discs. At the the time, the product was expected to only appeal to a handful of collectors and audiophiles. In that same vein of thought, Doodson set to work creating what he felt was truly the "jewel" of disc packing as the world knew it.
The name "jewel" stuck not only because of the packaging's multifaceted glassy appearance which gave it the look and feel of a hyper-futuristic spaceship, but also because of the fact that Doodson felt that his was a "virtually perfect" design, flawless in both its execution and presentation. What he came up with was what we now know as the Jewel Case.
Only a few short months after the initial releases in Japan and Europe, discs in Jewel Cases were practically flying off of the shelves. The enduring legacy of the Jewel Case today is that of elegance, luxury, and safety.
If you grew up during their launch, you probably own a handful of old-school Jewel Cases that have been through their fair share of abuse and are still kicking today. That's because practically no other disc packaging can offer quite the same level of protection as a Jewel Case while effortlessly integrating inserts, booklets, disc wraps, labels, and other custom printed materials directly into the hard-shell packaging.
A jewel case has two plastic halves that are hinged together like a book. One half has a tray that firmly holds the disc in place using plastic teeth to prevent the disc from moving. Our jewel cases can hold up to six discs at once. When it comes to printed materials, we offer two different options: printed multi-page booklets and disc trays both printed on two sides in full color. Taken together, you can deck out every square inch of your jewel cases with custom album artwork, labels, lyrics, production credits, band photos, and much more.
Get unique bar codes added to your discs and packaging for a flat fee of $22.00. Bar codes give your packaging a professional look, and help distributors track sales.
We can add track titles for music CDs so the title and artist appear when the CD is played in a car or home stereo. Track details, audio data, and video data is collected after checkout.
For a flat fee of $28.00, we'll register your CD audio with Gracenote. This ensures that song titles and artist info is correct in iTunes and other internet-connected media players.
We have designers on staff that can create custom artwork for all of our disc and packaging products. Rates vary depending on if you need full graphic design, or just assistance getting your design into the right size and format.
For a flat fee of $24.00, we will check and then equalize the volume of every track on the disc to the industry-standard. This way, playback volume remains consistent for the listener.
International Standard Recording Codes (ISRC Codes) are embedded into each song or chapter on the disc. However, you must secure 1-code-per-track at https://www.usisrc.org beforehand. Provide these codes with the rest of your data after purchase, and Bison will encode them for a flat fee of $85.00.
We can help you get that big studio sound for your album or audio book. Through careful adjustments we can enrich the audio quality, remove background noises and scratching, and improve the transition between tracks. Prices vary from $115-195 depending on the length of the album. If you want this service, please let us know in the notes section of your order.
We offer a discount on posters when they are purchased with discs. Get 100 12" x 18" posters for only $57.00. Add to any of our disc / packaging combos.
In addition to manufacturing, we also handle worldwide distribution and drop-shipping. Additionally, we offer various types of USPS compatible packaging options for direct mail campaigns.
For a flat fee of $145.00, we can add the "Content Scramble System" to any DVD order over 300 discs. This service prevents computer users from duplicating your content.
We can print onto silver discs using only black ink for a sophisticated and elegant look.
DVD Authoring is the final step in video post-production. This upgrade adds chapters and a user facing menu to your DVD, and it is necessary to ensure your final product is easy to use, professional looking, and ready to go to market.
Call 800-401-4407 and get your price or order on line. We offer competitive quotes with no hidden costs.
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Will at Bison Disc was awesome! The email response back on questions was almost immediate. Everyone loved the discs. I would definitely use them again.
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We had a great experience working with Bison disc to print, and deliver our final product with a short timeline. They were easy to work with, attentive, and the process was smooth. We will definitely continue to bring our CD printing requests to Bison.
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Excellent service, product, and delivery by the promised date! I worked with Will W. to design a CD, and he was extremely helpful and skilled. We came up with exactly what I was hoping for in a finished product.
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I highly recommend Bison Disc. Will helped me get my artwork dialed in with final proofs after normal business hours to meet my deadline. Bison printed and shipped my CDs in a flash. I had them in my hands within 48 hours of ordering. Very positive experience. I will go back to Bison every time.
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I loved the finished product I received! They called me & messaged me through every step of the creating process to make sure everything came out exactly how I wanted it. I will definitely be a return customer for future projects.
If you would like to try a different packaging option, our digipaks have a plastic tray to securely hold your disc, but the rest of the packaging is made of a strong paper cardstock, fully printable.