Need an antique map of the Americas? Maps.com probably has it. Need a map of the Cinque Terre area of Italy? Maps.com probably has it. Whether it’s a decorative map you plan on framing and putting up on the wall in your study or a practical map you’ll be using on your next trip to Europe, Maps.com probably has a map of that area. If you need an educational map that you’d like to put up in the classroom or office, they have those as well.They have one of the most extensive map collections on the internet and you can probably find any map you’re looking for by searching their site.
They have a map of all the energy sources in the United States that includes sources of energy (coal, natural gas, etc) as well as precious metals (copper, gold, etc). How many places can claim that?
Most of the maps come in four versions – laminated, laminated with plastic rails, paper, Unrippable Tyvek, and “Wallzilla Adhesive” format. Laminated means the paper has been placed into a plastic sleeve and sealed. It retains flexibility and is easier to keep clean. Plastic rails are snap on rails that make it easier to mount a laminated map. Wallzilla Adhesive format means that the map can adhere to almost any surface (including brick, stone, cement board, wood laminate, wallpaper, foam board, glass, tile, and paint) and be removed and reapplied if need be. Unrippable Tyvek is often the cheapest option, followed by paper, laminated, laminated with plastic rails, and Wallzilla Adhesive.
In addition to wall maps, Maps.com sells travel guides, globes, and other map related travel accessories.
Maps.com Coupon Code
If you’re going to buy anything from Maps.com, be sure to take advantage of their numerous coupon codes:
120 Cremona Dr. Ste. H
Santa Barbara, CA 93117
Phone: (800) 430-7532 (7AM to 4PM Pacific, Monday – Friday)
Fax: (805) 685-3330