Yes, within reason. There are so many variables that affect a rush job that it’s impossible to speculate on an exact cost. A rush job, by definition, needs to be printed and shipped out quickly, and materials therefore usually need to be rush-shipped to us before we can begin printing. These costs, plus the cost of “cutting the line” in our printing queue, add up quickly, so the best way to think of a rush is in terms of a percentage of the job total: rush fees of 25-50% of the normal project cost are common; rush fees of 50-75% of the project fee are more rare, but can and have occurred; rush fees of 100-100+% of the project fee are even more rare, but can and have occurred. Please inquire in your correspondence and we can iron out the details.