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Flyers

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A5 leaflets

130gsm silk

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black and white flyers

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Cheap black print

Colour Paper

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A6 flyers

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A6 Flyers

Single/Double Sided

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Spot UV and laminated flyers

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Deluxe Options

Laminations

Foiling


A4 Flyers

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A4 leaflets

130gsm silk

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A4 folded to A5 flyers

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Bi-Fold Leaflets

A4 to A5

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DL Folded flyers

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Folded Flyers

Tri-fold

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Spot UV and laminated flyers

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DL Leaflets

Single or double sided

Paper or Card


Offers expire March 31st 2022. Exc VAT

Flyers and leaflets, some basic facts


Buy more, pay less?

Some clients print thousands of flyers, others print a few.
In the print industry the more you print the lower the unit cost. Flyers come in a variety of sizes. Normally the smallest size would be A6.
The next size up is A5. Occasionally flyers are DL, this is 99mm by 210mm. Beyond A5 we have A4: A4 is 297mm x 210mm.
Flyers are normally sold without VAT. However, VAT can be entertainingly complicated; if there is space to write on, the flyers become VATable.
Alternatively, print on card and the flyers is no longer defined as a flyer but a postcard.


Flyers can be folded, of course.
There are a surprising number of types of fold and sometimes the same fold can be called a different name.
Folds in paper can cause cracking. That is the printed surface breaks leaving a white mark.
This issue can be reduced by creasing the paper before or during folding.
When choosing a fold type you might find it helpful to study diagrams of fold types online.


Flyers are normally printed on coated paper.
As the name suggests the paper has a coating. Uncoated paper is available, copy paper that you put into your copier is normally uncoated.
For reasons that aren’t clear to me, flyers printed on uncoated paper cost more.
Perhaps because printing flyers on uncoated paper isn’t a standard process. Finally, when laying out the design of your flyer on a computer, keep important details such as text well away… 6mm for example, from the edges.
Otherwise you may lose important information during the print production process.