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What is the PSP program? Does it still exist? How does it work?

The PSP program is the "Preferred Store Program," and is essentially just the CafePress pricing structure that provides lower baseprices -- and as such higher profits -- for stores that sell a certain number of items in a month.

The items sold can be of any product and/or design and the PSP price will be applied to all items. So you could sell 10 shirts, 5 mugs and 7 flying discs for a total of 22 items and the lower PSP price would apply to any and all items you sold that month.

Be aware that special items -- like the disks, lunch bags, etc. -- count towards the quantity of items you sell, but do not have lowered prices.

See the full pricing structure on the Cafe Press Web Site. (Nathan from My Dog Murphy's Patriotic T-shirts)