Cheap Flyer Printing
Flyer printing is one of the oldest forms of print communication. Cheap flyers help communicate your message to a wide audience for just pennies a piece.
Enter your printing details to see your prices. Choose from a wide assortment of custom flyer sizes, stocks and finishing options.
Print Flyers for Business
Upgrade your business flyers for the best print quality.
Your business flyer should make a strong impression, so don't skimp on the paper quality. We recommend printing business flyers on at least 28/70# Smooth. This mid-weight paper is common for letterhead and other professional uses, so you know your flyer's print quality won't feel reflect poorly on your work.
Flyer Design Tips
Print quality flyers every time:
- Design in CMYK
This is the color profile most printers use. Computer screens use RGB by default. While some images print slightly different if converted to CMYK before printing, this is the safest way to anticipate and plan around any color shifting.
- Resolution should be 300 DPI/PPI (dots/pixels per inch)
This is the minimum recommendation for crisp, clear images that aren't blurry or pixelated. Don't forget to check imported photos!
- Decide if you need bleed printing before beginning the design.
Without bleeds, there will be a 1/4" white margin around the edge. Leaving a margin helps keep the flyers cheap, but some designs just don't look as good without printing to the edge.
— Bleed Setup Help
- Order a Printed Proof if color accuracy is crucial.
Computer monitors cannot display all the colors that our printers reproduce, and your individual screen settings may affect the accuracy as well. Ordering a printed proof ensures you'll know exactly how your cheap flyer printing will turn out before committing to the whole job.
Cheap Flyer FAQ
Why should I print cheap flyers?
If you're promoting a business, service or event that has broad appeal, printing flyers cheap in bulk will maximize your impact while minimizing your marketing costs. Most people will know within a few seconds whether they're interested, so it doesn't always make sense to spend extra money on fancy paper, heavy cardstock or other luxury options.
For those times when cheap flyers will suffice, stick with the 20/50# Bond or 24/60# Text Smooth papers (available in white and colors).
Is cheap flyer printing good quality?
We utilize the latest flagship models of digital printers available from our vendors and update our equipment regularly. We don't believe you should have to sacrifice print quality for cheap flyer prices.
While the cheapest flyers print on 20/50# Bond, we have a wide range of quality paper stocks and finishes to meet any custom printing needs.
What paper should I print business flyers on?
We recommend printing business flyers on 28/70# Text Smooth or heavier. This is a mid-weight, 98-brightness paper which reproduces color and graphics beautifully, with minimal show-through. But if you have a lot of color or photos in your business flyer, upgrade to the 32/80# Text Gloss or 100# Text Gloss. These are premium papers which won't show through to the backside, with an eye-pleasing semi-gloss finish that makes photos and colors pop.
What is collating?
If you are ordering more than 1 original (or 2 if double sided) you'll need to decide if you want your printing collated. Collating refers to the order in which sheets are sequenced. If you're ordering 5 different flyers for different events, for example, you'll want to keep those separate by choosing "Not Collated." If the pages need to read in sequence, choose "Collated."
What Does Collate Mean?
How do you count pages for double sided flyers?
When printing double sided, each side counts as its own page. So 1 double sided sheet is 2 pages.
So the "# of Pages in File" will always be the same whether single or double sided. When you choose double sided on the order form this will automatically recalculate the difference for the cost of paper, but the number of pages is not affected.
I have multiple flyers. Can I order them together?
Yes you can -- as long as you want the same quantity and the same type of paper. Otherwise, they will have to be separate cart items.
- Enter the total number of pages (1 per flyer if single sided, 2 if double sided).
- Enter the total number of copies you want of each flyer.
- Choose "Collated: NOT Collated, each page in separate stacks."
Should I upgrade my paper type?
While getting the message out en masse is your goal, this doesn't necessarily mean you have to go with the cheapest flyers available. If your flyer uses a lot of photos or colorful graphics to get the message across, we recommend upgrading your paper.
For lots of graphics and photos, we recommend the 32/80# Text Gloss or 100# Text Gloss. Both have a semigloss finish similar to magazine paper and a heavy weight and thickness which conveys pure prestige.
For a good midgrade paper that costs less and still looks and feels professional, we recommend the 28/70# Text Smooth. This letterhead-grade paper has a brilliant, smooth finish which captures photos and graphics beautifully, making it a very popular choice for printing business flyers.
What can I do to make my flyer stand out?
Your flyers are always competing for someone's attention. Sometimes that calls for something special. Give your flyers a shot in the spotlight with these upgrades:
- Bleeds (Printing to the Edge)
By default, flyers print with a .25" blank margin around the edges. But some flyers, especially ones with photos and graphics, look much better printed to the edge of the page. This is called a Bleed. While there is a little more cost involved because of the extra cutting, some flyers just aren't quite complete without it.
- Metallics and Linens
While your printed content can speak volumes, the paper you print on speaks another language all together. Check out our options for Linen paper (available in text weight and cardstock). Or if the medium suits your message, electrify your flyer printing with our 100# Cover Metallic paper. These heavy cardstocks have a metallic coating that is impossible to forget.
- High-Gloss C1S
Our regular gloss papers have a semigloss finish, which is similar to a magazine page. If you want a shinier gloss more like photo paper, try printing flyers on our 12-pt Cover High-Gloss C1S. This is a heavy cardstock which is "Coated 1 Side" (C1S), meaning you can still write on the backside.
Do you do handbills / club flyers?
Yes we do. The pricing calculator has an assortment of popular flyer sizes available. To see more sizes, check out the Postcards order form.
Club Flyers / Postcards