Flyer Printing

Large and small print runs

We get some of the best prices available by doing group runs locally for volumes of 10,000 and more. Theses runs can take time to organize as we need four full page clients to start a run. These jobs may take two days to finish but are usually finished within two weeks time. Other amounts usually take a week to be finished. Jobs can be done quite quickly but they will cost more for priority.

Please contact us for details.

 

 

PRICING

BEST DEALS

We get some of the best prices available by doing group runs localy for volumes over 10,000 pieces. The following are prices for 2 sided, full color, 8.5” by 11”, 80 pound gloss text. Folding to make a tri-folded or bi-folded menu for instance is .7 cents per flyer.

Full Page

  • 10,000   .095/ea
  • 25,000   .065/ea
  • 50,000   .055/ea
  • 100,000 .05/ea

Half Page

  • 10,000   .055/ea
  • 25,000   .045/ea
  • 50,000   .04/ea
  • 100,000 .035/ea

Group Flyer

6 cents each for a half page section of a 1 page flyer or 5 cents each for a half page section of a 1.5 page folded flyer.

These flyers go everywhere I have a drop in the Greater Vancouver area.

Minimum order of 25,000.

Flyers (Full Page)


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$250

$320

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$410

$630

$1160

Brochures (Full Page)


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$890

$1010

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Flyers (Half Page [80lb paper])


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$170

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$770

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Postcards


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$100

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$810

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$170

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$1400

Door Hangers (Small)


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Door Hangers (Large)


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$140

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Common Printing Terms

Paper Weight:

Sometimes gramage is used to describe paper weight which means the grams per square meter. Most often this isn’t the terminology used.

A good question is what does 80 pound text stock mean. Paper is measured in pounds per 500 sheets (a ream of paper). Different kinds of papers with different qualities and used for different purposes also have different standard sizes per sheet. The system used isn’t a simple one.

The paper used for flyers is often text paper – it is a better grade of paper. The basis size of text paper is 25″ by 38″. So if 500 sheets of this size weighs 80 pounds than we call this paper stock 80 pound text. Thicker text paper might weigh 100 pounds for the same 500 sheets and this is called 100 pound text.

20 pound bond paper- typical office paper – uses 17″ by 22″ sheets for their measure of weight. So the equivalent would be 40 pound text as the text sheet of reference is about twice as big. This means that a page of 20 pound bond is about half the weight of a page of 80 pound text.

Post Card Diameter:

Card stock is often measured in points or thousandths of an inch. So a 10 point stock post card is 1/100th of an inch thick or .254 mm.

Paper Gloss and Coatings:

Gloss is a measure of how reflective it is. A coating or polish will cause the light to reflect back in the same direction and make the flyer appear shiny. A matte surface is bumpy and will cause the light to reflect in different directions to make a non-shiny surface.

UV or Ultra Violet coatings may be applied wet and dried quickly via ultra violet radiation. There are different thickness, weights, glossiness used to describe these coatings. An aqueous coat is a water based protective coat.

4/4 Flyers- Color Terminology:

CMYK in printing means cyan, magenta, yellow and key (black) which together combine to make all the colors. 4/4 mean color front ad back. 4/0 means color front and nothing on the back. 4/1 means full color front and a single color to be specified on the back.

Bleeds:

Bleed refers to the printing space that goes beyond the edge of the sheet before trimming. Printing is not always completely accurate as paper may shift. Bleeds are generally 1/8 of an inch past the trim line.