This is the right place to find wholesale lanyards at a great price! Hang your ID badges, car keys, access cards and even cell phone using these premium lanyards
We have bulk lanyards in a variety of colors, designs, and configurations - beaded, breakaway, eco-friendly, necklace-style, woven-in, silk screen, dye sublimation and antimicrobial - all available in bulk for cheap
In addition to the standard and pre-printed lanyards, we also sell custom printed lanyards for corporations, non-profits, colleges, organizations, and sports teams. Need bulk purple lanyards with a silver logo and break-away clasp? We have them in stock and ready to ship! Great for marketing promotions.
Looking for breakaway ID lanyards? Click on any of the sizes below to select either standard or break-away. Schools, prisons, and organizations that require extra health precautions choose safety breakaway lanyards for their ID badges to mitigate any choking hazard.
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Do you have questions about ID accessories? We have answers!
Why are ID accessories important?
ID accessories are important because they offer more than just convenience to every card user. Badge holders give added protection, lanyards and badge reels allow easy access, and ID clips help secure badges on clothing while making them very visible for quick identification. Furthermore, most ID accessories can be customized with a company logo or slogan to help promote promote products and services. Click here to learn more about ID accessories from our learning center →>
What are awareness lanyards?
Awareness lanyards are designed to help promote a cause. They come with customized colors, logos and slogans to effectively communicate support. They are often used to bolster public awareness during special events and fundraising campaigns. Click here to watch a video on Awareness Lanyard Options →
Why use badge reels?
Badge reels are an excellent way of ensuring employees use their ID cards. They are a good alternative to lanyards as well, specially in areas where lanyards pose a risk. Continue reading here →