One of the most polarizing topics amongst fine art photographers is the glossy vs matte print surface debate. The more respected galleries and museums almost exclusively favor matte surfaces while retail galleries and art festival exhibitors tend to favor the shiny glossy prints. The problem with glossy prints is they look terrible unless displayed under perfect gallery lighting conditions with minimal ambient light. That ignores the fact that most homes and offices have windows and natural lighting. For those reasons I have always preferred matte and lustre surfaces. Some matte papers also have texture if that is your cup of tea.
The most cost effective print option I offer currently are loose, unframed matte prints. My paper brand of choice is Fuji Crystal Archive due to better color accuracy and gamut.
Please note that these are unframed, loose prints with one-inch white borders around the live image area which allow for easy framing. Ordering a 40x60 inch print for example would come out to 42x62 when the border is factored in. I can either ship directly to you or to your framer of choice.