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Flyer sizes and measurements
Flyers are one of the most popular print products worldwide. This is because they can be used for a huge amounts of different purposes. But there are so many sizes to choose from. Which flyer type is the best fit for your product or brand?
As you may have already noticed while browsing our website, you can pick a lot different sizes and measurements. From A3 to A7 and from small square small to large square and so on. So many different sizes and measurements to pick from, but which flyer type is the perfect match for your brand or product? In this blog we will explain everything you need to know to make the right decision.
All Different Flyer Sizes With Explanations
The A7 flyer. This is the smallest flyer size that we offer. At 74x105mm it’s great for hand outs at a fair or a big event, because you can easily put it in your pocket or wallet.
The A6 flyer is 105x148mm. Twice the size of the A7 flyer and therefore you can put more text or images on it. This type of flyer is great to hand out at events or fairs as well.
The A5 flyer. This size is recommended on our website because it is the most popular selection. At 148x210mm this is the most common flyer size that you will find.
The A4 flyer. This size obviously needs no explanation. 210x297mm it’s your every day regular paper size that we all know well.
The A3 flyer. This is the biggest flyer size that we offer at 420x297mm. The right option if you want to place large images on your flyer.
Small Square. This is the smallest square size flyer. At 105x105mm it is a good size to pick if you want an unusual design that can be easily stowed away.
Medium Square is the midsize square flyer in our assortment. At 148x148mm it’s similar to A5 in width, but with less height.
The large square. I’m sure you saw this one coming; the biggest square flyer at 210x210mm. It’s similar to A4 in width, but with less height.
The DL flyer. This oblong size 99x210mm is used commonly as inserts for magazines.
The A long flyer. This size is also great to put in a magazine, and can also be used as a bookmark. its 74mmx210mm, so just slightly thinner than the DL
The X long flyer. This is the most oblong flyer available. This one is also suitable to put in a magazine. It is half the width of an A4 flyer at 105x297mm
In this image you can see all sizes at once in order to make a good comparison.
Example of a Flyer with Bleed and Margin
Don’t forget about the bleed when designing your flyer. This means keeping enough room on the outside of your flyer, so no important information gets cut out during the printing process. This image explains exactly how to do that.
Editing Free Online Flyer Templates
There are various free online tools you can use to design flyers, like Canva. Usually you can pick a template that fits your product or brand and make it your own. Then change the lay out, the text, the images and photos to your own liking.
Hopefully you now know which flyer size perfectly matches your company goals. If you happen to have any questions, please do not hesitate to get in contact with us.
Because we would love to help you!