Plain Paper Till Rolls

There are many different types of till roll. Thermal, carbonless and 2-3 ply are the main ones, but, as there is still a need for the traditional cash register, the demand for plain paper rolls is still there. We supply plain paper roll to businesses across Ireland. Our roll is in high demand as it is high quality and competitively priced.

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Plain Paper Till Rolls

Good plain paper roll must have two features: it must be strong, and it must print crisply and clearly. Strong paper will ensure that the receipt won’t tear or fall apart when pulling it out of the machine and detaching it from the rest of the roll. People don’t want to be held up at the POS because of receipt problems. If it does happen, you run the risk of losing customers, so strong paper that unrolls smoothly should be a priority buy for your business. The paper should also print strong and clear text and images. It shouldn’t be forgotten that many people depend on the receipt for both psychological and practical reasons, and therefore being able to read the receipt easily is important.


We sell plain paper rolls in boxes of twenty for as low as €7.99. Our paper is high quality, grade A and dust free. As with all our till rolls, it is tightly wound and precisely cut for smooth, jam free usage. This combination of quality and competitive pricing is what we are all about and it is why we are a major supplier of retail essentials to stores everywhere in the country. We also have an excellent delivery service. We do our utmost to get you your supply as swiftly and safely as possible and, with orders over €75, we do it for free.


Running out of till paper is no joke. Most people want to be in and out of your store as quickly as possible and if you hold them up and annoy them by not being able to provide a receipt, they will most likely remember the experience and possibly decide to take their business elsewhere in the future. So, we recommend that you buy in bulk and maintain a ready supply of rolls in order to prevent this from happening.

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