The Decktet is available in a free print&play version which you can make yourself, and there are also pretty sets available to buy from a number of vendors.
Print your own
From DriveThru Cards
Single decks with the firmament card back are available from DriveThru Cards. They are a bit cheaper because they do not come with any rules, reference cards, or packaging. $8.50 each
Shipping may be cheaper from DriveThru, although you only have one choice of card back and can't include suit chips. The finish of the DriveThru cards is smoother and more pleasing than the finish of the TGC cards, but the colours are a bit less vibrant. I don't think you can go wrong with either one.
From The Game Crafter
The Game Crafter offers single decks, double decks, and mini decks in several different styles, as well as illustrated suit chips.
TGC single decks
A single deck is a complete extended deck plus several information cards, available with one of three different card backs. There is also an iconoclastic version with alternate, non-representational art. There is also a travel version with half-size cards. $9.99 each
The colour and print quality of these decks is very nice. I highly recommend them.
For more information on the card backs, see the card back gallery.
TGC double decks
Double decks include two complete sets. One of the two sets has a decorative squiggle in the upper right corner of each card, to make it easy to separate the two decks. In order to keep the price down, I've left out the reference cards. $16.99 each
TGC suit chips
Decktet suit chips are available from the TGC, and you can save on shipping by including them in the same order. There are two different configurations.
- The basic set: Sixty chips, ten of each. The 32mm wood-filled plastic chips come in six colours. The stickers come on a sheet, and you apply them yourself. Not a complete game; you also need a copt of the Decktet. $10.99
- The jumbo set: 126 chips, 21 of each. Otherwise as above. $19.99