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Hotel Key Cards are custom printed to your specification in a material that matches your sustainability objectives.
"Love working with the guys at Oomph Made! They always bring fresh ideas and really get our approach to guest happiness."
- Delivered in 20 days
- Recycled plastic content
- Unit cost savings
- Global printing and encoding
- Product design
- Production management
- Supply chain
Running multiple sites for a hospitality enterprise?
Tell us more about the project. We manage multi-site hotel supply chains and our cards work with leading RFID lock vendor systems from Salto, Assa Abloy Ving Card, dormakaba, Onity, MIWA and VDA.
The green light for sustainable stays.
In a world dominated by single-use plastic, our key hotel cards are designed with the environment in mind. Choose eco-friendly plastic cards with 60% recycled content. For a plastic-free solution for your guests, choose Pulper paper made from wood fibre, American hardwood or our innovative Alentejo cork for your feel-good key cards.
Choose from our four options.
Reincarnated from our factory waste.
Add colour to the edge of your card and more.
Barcode, QR code, NFC and RFID ready.
Unit cost in £GBP
- 50 000
- 10 days
- RFID (various)
Optimise your costs.
With our complete supply chain management service, we can help simplify the procurement of your hotel key card. The price is shown for the supply of the card only and excludes delivery.
Order now, plant now
Let's reforest the planet with your orders.
By ordering custom hotel key cards from Oomph Made, you get a chance to plant trees all over the world.
We teamed up with Ecologi - people who bond with nature and to help it get back on its feet. Ecologi is a non-profit environmental charity on the mission of global reforestation.
Greener hotel key card technology.
Your sustainability efforts shouldn’t end up in a landfill. You can now have an RFID card free of metal and plastic creating a recyclable solution to reduce your company’s environmental impact.
Introducing Pulper, made with wood fibre sourced from responsibly managed forests, a miniature RFID chip and high conductivity printed electronics.