Does Walmart Laminate Documents & Cards? (Do This Instead…)

Every day, millions of people flock to Walmart stores to purchase goods from various departments that facilitate office resources, and tools for teachers, arts, and crafts.

Alongside its merchandise, Walmart offers a plethora of services to assist everyday needs. So this leaves us with a question, does Walmart laminate documents and cards? We have the answer for you!

Does Walmart Laminate Documents & Cards?

Walmart does not laminate documents and cards. However, Walmart does sell a wide range of laminating machines, self-adhesive, thermal, and heatless laminating sheets and pouches from $3-$50. Walmart customers can also visit Office Depot, Office Max, and Staples to laminate documents and cards.

To find out more on the price of lamination at other retailers and the cheapest way to laminate documents and cards, read on!

Does Walmart Sell Laminating Sheets?

Yes, Walmart sells various laminating sheets for business cards, documents, ID clip pouches, and cards. Customers can locate laminating sheets in-store by the office supplies or at

Stationary brands including Scotch, Avery, Nuova, and Fellowes are currently available.

If you can’t get hold of a laminator, you should consider one of Walmart’s self-adhesive sheets in various sizes by inches (9 x 12, 8,5 x 11, 9 x 9, etc.). You can expect to pay around $12-$15 for 50 self-laminating sheets or less than $3 for 5.

However, if you do have access to a professional laminator, the Scotch thermal laminating pouches could be for you.

Price varies depending on size and quantity; however, the average at Walmart equates to $6-$10 for 25.

Does Walmart Sell Laminating Machines?

Walmart sells both thermal and heatless laminators from its stores and online, including those from third-party Marketplace merchants.

If you’re only looking for basic lamination for office sheets or the classroom, the Educational Insights Laminator costing $64.99 could be for you.

However, if you’re looking for something to cater to heavier workloads, you may consider the 3m commercial Tape heat-free laminator for $73.38.

Where Can I Laminate Documents & Cards Instead Of Walmart?

Where Can I Laminate Documents & Cards?

Office Depot/Office Max is one of the most popular places to laminate documents, business cards, flyers, blueprints, binders, posters, presentations, and menus.

Customers can find their nearest Office Depot store to receive same-day lamination. Letter-sized documents cost $1.89 per pouch, whereas presentation graphics cost $2.00 per square foot.

Staples is another popular stationery store that offers laminating services. Customers can purchase 3-10ml pouches with a gloss finish or 10ml with a matte finish.

Letter size lamination starts at $2.19-$3.19, legal documents cost $2.59-$3.59, and ledger (financial book size) costs $3.19-$3.99.

Other stores with lamination services include:

  • FedEx Office Service (lamination of documents and posters 36 x 48)
  • Local teacher supply stores
  • Minuteman Press
  • UPS

How Much Does It Cost To Laminate Documents & Cards?

It’s pretty cheap to laminate regular-sized paper (8.5” x 11”), averaging around $1.99 per sheet.

However, some locations charge approximately $6 for standard coroplast and $5 per square foot for heavy coating lamination.

The cheapest way to laminate documents and cards is by purchasing your self-adhesive sheets and pouches. You can use standard scissors to cut the laminate to a preferable size.

If you are looking to learn more, you can see our related posts on if Walmart has a fax machine, does Walmart print photos, and if Walmart develops disposable cameras.


Walmart does not laminate documents and cards; however, you can purchase laminating machines for $30+ depending on their use.

Customers can also find thermal, self-adhesive, and heatless laminating sheets for $3-$15+ depending on quantity and size. Find laminating services at Office Depot, Staples, UPS, FedEx offices, Minuteman Press, and local teacher supply stores.

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Marques Thomas

Marques Thomas graduated with a MBA in 2011. Since then, Marques has worked in the retail and consumer service industry as a manager, advisor, and marketer. Marques is also the head writer and founder of

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