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Printing Flyers

Gain the highest exposure with the lowest cost through our affordable and quality flyers. Perfect for promoting your brand, event, sale, campaign or announcement to a large number of people.

Available in a range of sizes, styles and stock options to suit your project needs.

Explore our guide on Printing flyers or Contact us for any questions or custom flyer printing requests.  

Want the best value flyers?

Our most common and best value for money flyers are our 150gsm and 250gsm gloss.
Select these stock options to get the best rates on flyers. 

Artwork setup + Options Information

For best flyer printing results, please read the information below

Flyer artwork specifications & setup

Please ensure that you upload print ready PDFs.
A print ready PDF needs to be:
• High resolution (300dpi images)
• CMYK colours,
• 3mm of bleed on all sides,
• Trim marks supplied

If you are unable to supply as print ready PDF, we may be able to use other files and fix any that are not print ready.
Please Contact Us or send your file to us to verify if you are unsure.

Need help with printing flyers?

If you need help or more information about what this means or how to setup your file, please see our Print Specifications page in the How it Works section on our website.  You can also Contact Us for more information.

 

Flyer Printing Sizes

Our standard sizes are:
A4 (210 x 297mm)
A5 (148 x 210mm)
A6 (148 x 105mm)
DL (99 x 210mm)

Custom sizes are possible but they require a custom quote, please Contact Us for other sizes

Stock Types & GSM (thickness)

The Following Stock/paper options available online, more are available by request.

Artboard - Satin card
Available thickness online - 350gsm (thick flyers)

Gloss - Gloss paper
Available thickness online - 150gsm, 170gsm and 250gsm (light to medium flyers)

Silk - Satin silk paper
Available thickness online - 150gsm, 170gsm and 250gsm (light to medium flyers)

Uncoated - Standard uncoated paper
Available thickness online - 100gsm (thin flyers)

Uncoated 100% Recycled - Made from 100% recycled materials
Available thickness online - 140gsm and 350gsm (light to thick flyers)

GSM stand for Grams per Square Metre. So the higher the number, the thicker and more rigid the paper/card stock.

Lamination

Lamination is a thin clear plastic coating on top of the print. This helps to both protect the print, as well as enhance the finish. Gloss or Matt lamination is available with Gloss being a high gloss finish and the Matt being a silky matte finish.

Lamination is only available on stock thicknesses above 200gsm.

Quantity

A variety of standard quantity options are available online, but if you need a quantity not listed, please get in touch for a custom quote.

Frequently Asked Questions

Whats the difference between a flyer, brochure and booklet?

This is a good question, and gets asked a lot and the terms are often confused and misused.

Generally a flyer or a leaflet is a 1 page single sheet that is printed 1 or 2 sided.
A brochure is a sheet that is folded, whether it be in half or in thirds or multiple folds.
And then there are booklets, these are a bound book of multiple pages which have multiple sheets stapled or bound together to form a book or booklet.

What are trim marks?

Trim marks are lines that tell the printer where the edge of the page is (i.e where the page is to be cut). This is particularly important if your file has bleed (see below). 
If your file does not have bleed you may not need to include trim marks and the file can be final size. Trim mark lines are on the outside of the page and are usually automatically placed by the software you use to create your print ready PDF. 

For more information about trim marks, see our ‘Print Specifications’ page.

What is bleed? And how much bleed is needed for Flyers?

Bleed is area where an image or object of colour runs off the edge of the page (leaving no white border).  For Flyer printing, the minimum required bleed amount (or extra that the image or object passes over the edge of the page) is 3mm on each side.

For more information on bleed, visit our ‘Print Specifications’ page.

What are PMS or Pantone colours?

PMS colours are colours form the Pantone Colour Matching System©™. They are an internationally recognised standard for colours in the print industry.
PMS colours are used to ensure consistent colour matching for specific colours, most commonly used for corporations to retain constant colour of their brand and image.
Depending on the process used to print, choosing a PMS colour from the PANTONE swap book can insure your colours print how you envisioned. 
On most printing jobs, CMYK colours (see CMYK above) are used to produce all colours. This means that PMS colours may not be exactly as seen in the pantone swap book but will be matched as closely as possible. If you require a definite PMS colour in your file, please specify this in your communication and ‘contact us’ for a custom quote.

What is gsm?

gsm means grams per square metre. The lower the gsm, the thinner the paper/card stock and the higher the gsm, the thicker the paper/card stock.
A typical standard paper you would use in your home or office printer would be 80-90gsm. A letter head or with compliments slip are generally 100gsm. Standard brochures, flyers or handouts are typically 150-200gsm. Premium flyers, brochures, invitations and postcards are between 200-300gsm. Business cards start at 300gsm to 350gsm and for premium cards go from 400 to 600gsm for specialty cards.
Posters range from 150gsm to 220gsm in general depending on the size and purpose.
If you are unsure what gsm is best for you and your project, we are happy to help or recommend the most suitable for you.

 

What are CMYK and RGB colours?

CMYK stands for Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Key (black). These 4 colours are used in combination in print to lay onto white paper to produce almost any colour required. No colours produce nothing (white), all the colours combined create black and every combination in-between create all the colours you see on the page.

RGB stands for Red, Green and Blue. These 3 colours are used for all TV, screen and light based colour on a black screen. No colours produces nothing (black) and all colours at full intensity produce white, with every combination in-between creating all the colours we see.

As there are fundamentally different ways to create the colours we see, when RBG images are converted to CMYK during the printing process, some colour changes and undesirable outcomes can occur.
It is always recommended to convert all colours to CMYK for most printing products for best results. However, there are some exceptions; RBG produces the most vibrant colours for large large format printing such as Posters.

If you are unsure on what colour space your files or images are or what colour space to use for your project, please Contact Us and we will be happy to check your files and/or advise the best colour space to use for your project.

I'm confused by the printing terms, how Flyers work, or what I need, can I talk to someone?

Yes! If you are not sure which Flyers type, paper, finish best works for you or are confused about ordering online, please get in touch with us and our friendly staff will be happy to help.

What are high resolution images?

To print sharp and clear images, they need to be in high resolution. The standard is 300dpi (dots/pixels per inch). In general, images downloaded from the internet are low resolution; they might look great on the display screen, however they will look pixelated (blurry or fuzzy) when printed.
**For large format posters a lower resolution may be acceptable, please contact us and we can verify your artwork before you order.

You can check the resolution of your image file in photoshop or other photo editing programs or by simply doing the following:

On a PC: Right click on the file > select ‘Properties’ > select the ‘Details’ tab, scroll down and note the Image Resolution horizontal/vertical.

On a Mac: Open the image in preview > press Apple/command + I  OR  go to ‘Tools’ > ‘show inspector’ and note the ‘image DPI’.

If an image is 72dpi at final size, it is only suitable to be viewed on screen or on the web. Large format posters can be around 200dpi (depending on the image and text used on the image) but in general all print files should be 300dpi.

If you are unsure whether your images are high resolution or will be suitable for print, we are more than happy to check your files. Simply send us your image files and our friendly staff will be able to verify this for you.

What is Rich Black and why do I need it?

Rich black is a combination of 40% cyan, 30% magenta, 30% yellow and 100% Key (black).Rich black is used for large black images or objects to ensure a nice deep solid black. 100% black on its own isn’t always enough to produce this so we add 40C, 30M and 30Y to boost the richness of the black. 

IMPORTANT: Rich black should NEVER be used on text or thin lines or objects. 100% of all 4 CMYK colours should never be used as well. 
A rich black can be created by creating a new spot colour in Indesign/Illustrator and setting the values to 40c, 30m, 30y, 100k

If you are unsure of how or when to use a rich black, please ask us or visit the ‘Print Specifications’ page for more information.

What are print ready PDFs?

Print ready PDFs is a term used to describe how the file is setup and saved.

To achieve best print results, your print file must contain bleed, trim marks, high resolution images, fonts converted to outlines or embedded and transparencies set as required. 

For more information, visit our 'Print Specifications' page to download 'PDF present settings' and view 'Export to PDF' instructions.

What if I need help or advice on ordering or my files?

Check out our ‘Print Specifications’ page for more information about printing and step by step instructions on how to set up your files.
We understand that print can be stressful and knowing the right stock type, finishing, paper weight, etc. can be confusing to a lot of people, however we are more than happy to answer any questions you may have. Get in touch with us and one of our friendly staff will be happy to help.

What if the product I need is not listed on the site?

We offer a vast range of standard products that we currently list online, however we also have unlisted products to suit all your specific needs. So if you need a product that isn’t listed on our website or a quantity different from the options available or a different stock type/finishing, please get in touch with us and we can provide you with a quote.

Can I order different quantities than the options available on the site?

Yes! If you require a quantity that isn't available in the pull down option, please Contact Us. We will provide you a quick quote to meet your specific needs.

Can I order more or less Flyers than the options available online?

Yes! If you require a quantity of Flyers that isn't available online, please Contact Us or click 'Get a custom quote' on the Flyers product page. We will provide you a quick quote to meet your specific needs.

Can i print a Flyers with other card stock or finishes?

Yes, the options are virtuality limitless, the items listed on our site are the most common and standard types, if you are after a particular stock type or finish, contact us and we can quote it up for you.

Email us or fill out the 'Get a Custom quote' form on the Flyer page and we can prepare a quote for this.

How do payments work?

Standard products ordered online:
Once you have chosen your desired product, filled out the required information and uploaded your artwork, you will be taken to the checkout page. You must pay for the product in full before your printing can commence. 

Custom jobs with a custom quote:
Custom quote jobs require the quote to be approved first. Once approved, you will receive an invoice, which must be paid in full before printing can commence. 

How long will my Flyers take to be delivered?

Delivery times will depend on the flyer type, quantity and the complexity of the order (for eg: finishing or special print effects). 
For standard flyers we estimate delivery between 2-3 business days, more complex or specialty stocks or finishes can be up to 5-7 business days.

If you require your flyers by a certain date, please Contact Us for a more accurate estimate.

How long will my order take to be delivered?

Delivery times will depend on product type, quantity and the complexity of the order (for eg: finishing or special print effects). 

For simple product printing (for eg: Standard business cards), you can expect delivery in 2-3 business day.
For complex and labour intense products (for eg: foiling, boolets, speciality finishing), we estimate delivery between 5-7 business days. 
Products that require Foils can take up to 7-10 business days for delivery.

If you require a product by a certain date, please Contact Us for a more accurate estimate.

I don’t understand printing terms, or what I need, can I talk to someone?

Yes! If you are not sure which product type best works for you or are confused about ordering online, please get in touch with us and our friendly staff will be happy to help.

What if I realise an error in my file after I have sent an order?

Contact us’ immediately! 

In most cases once an order is received and verified, it gets sent into production. Depending on what stage of production the job is, it may be possible to stop and hold the job before being printed. 
Unfortunately, sometimes if the job is already in production we are unable to stop it in time.
If you need to make a correction or supply a new file for printing, an admin and file prep fee may apply. Please refer to our ‘Terms and Conditions’ for more information.

What if there is a problem with my job when I receive it?

Even though we do everything to ensure you job is exactly how you envisioned it, on the rare occasion there may be issues with your final printed product.
If you find a problem, whether it be wrong stock type, image corruption, colour issues or damage to the printed product, please notify us immediately.
If we determine that The Print Company is at fault, we will rectify the problem and have your job reprinted as soon as we can and deliver back to you at no cost.
In some cases, we may need to request photo evidence or verification by returning part or the full job back to The Print Company.

Please see our ‘Terms and Conditions’ for more information.


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