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Classic Flyers

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Description

Use HelloPrint's customisable flyers to help your business, event or charity take flight. Flyers are weightless, durable and easy to distribute. They're also concise and to the point, making them the perfect tool to capture attention. We offer a multitude of sizes, materials and finishes - designing and printing your flyers has never been easier!

Note: Have more to say? Check out our range of Folded Leaflets.

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Product specifications
Material - 135 gsm to 400 gsm Silk (Matte) & Gloss art print machine coated paper
- 140 gsm to 300 gsm offset paper (writable)
- 170 g/m² Recystar Nature (100% recycled)
Finishing - 400 gsm: Gloss, Matte, Gloss lamination, Matte lamination
- 250 gsm: Gloss, Matte, Writable
- 170 gsm: Matte, Writable
- 135 gsm Gloss, Matte, Writable
Print technique High-quality digital & offset
Print options Single-sided | Double-sided
Print colour Full colour
Design guidelines
We recommend using our templates and guides for preparing your print-ready PDF.

You can download our guides and templates in the template section. Remember to delete the template layers before exporting your design to PDF.

If you already have a design, no worries; we accept other file formats, including JPEG, PNG, or EPS.

For photographic content, high-resolution JPEGs are recommended, preferably without compression. For graphics or text-based content, we recommend print-ready, vector-based PDFs. For content that is a combination of graphics and photography, we suggest using print-ready PDFs to ensure the best quality.

Use CMYK as the colour mode.

Prepare your files using CMYK as the colour mode, not RGB. Use colourmode FOGRA39 (ISO Coated v2). If you are unsure of the colour mode of your file, don't worry we can always convert this for you. Keep in mind this can cause the colours to differ from the original file.

Resolution of at least 300 dpi.

Make sure the resolution of the images and graphics in your artwork are at least 300 dpi.

Add 3 mm bleed and keep 4 mm safety margin

During production, there might be a slight cut deviation. To avoid any issues, we recommend the following:

  • Add a 3 mm bleed around all edges of your design.
  • Keep important elements 4 mm away from the edge or folding lines.
  • Avoid using borders or frames on smaller formats like labels or business cards.
Text and fonts specifications (Min. font size is 6 pt)

For this product, the minimum font size is 6 pt. To avoid any issues, we recommend the following:

  • Fonts must be embedded or outlined.
  • If your design contains small black text, make sure it is 100 % black (Cyan: 0 Magenta: 0 Yellow: 0 Black: 100).

Note that we don't check spelling or typographical errors.

Check line thickness.

Lines should be at least 0.25 pt. Negative lines should be at least 0.5 pt.

Check your artwork for overprint.

Make sure no elements in your artwork are set on overprint unless you want this effect in your design. You can read more about overprint in our Help Centre.

Make sure the ink coverage isn't higher than 300%.

Force Colour Images to CMYK with a 260% ink limit (in Photoshop > Convert Colour Profile > Photoshop 5 Default CMYK). Make sure the ink coverage isn't higher than 300%.

Using a border/frame is not recommended

It is recommended to count with a margin of error when stacks of copies are trimmed during the production process. This slight cutting deviation is usually not noticeable, nevertheless, we recommend avoiding adding borders smaller than 20 mm in your design for any product smaller than an A4 (210 x 297 mm). Otherwise, the design might end up looking off-centre.

Guide PDF
Rectangle A3 (297 x 420mm) PDF Indesign
A3 Landscape (420 x 297 mm) PDF Indesign
A4 Portrait (210 x 297 mm) PDF Indesign
A4 Landscape (297 x 210 mm) PDF Indesign
A5 Portrait (148 x 210 mm) PDF Indesign
A5 Landscape (210 x 148 mm) PDF Indesign
A6 Portrait (105 x 148 mm) PDF Indesign
A6 Landscape (148 x 105 mm) PDF Indesign
A7 Portrait (74 x 105 mm) PDF Indesign
A7 Landscape (105 x 74 mm) PDF Indesign
Square (105 x 105 mm) PDF Indesign
Square Medium (148 x 148 mm) PDF Indesign
Square Large (210 x 210 mm) PDF Indesign
US Portrait (99 x 210 mm) PDF Indesign
US Landscape (210 x 99 mm) PDF Indesign
A-Long Portrait (74 x 210 mm) PDF Indesign
A-Long Landscape (210 x 74 mm) PDF Indesign
X-Long Portrait (105 x 297 mm) PDF Indesign
X-Long Landscape (297 x 105 mm) PDF Indesign
Ordering process
Ordering with own design
Choose and configure: Choose the product, select your preferences and your desired delivery time.

Add to cart: Add to cart, review your preferences and edit/duplicate if needed. We recommend opting for Premium Artwork Check.

Checkout: Choose the delivery and invoice address.

Payment & design: Choose your preferred payment method in this step. You can also choose to upload your artwork first and pay at a later stage.

Design check: Upload your design. We'll send a digital proof for your approval before the order gets sent to production.

Sit back and relax!
Using editor design
Choose and configure: Find the best product for you, configure it and choose your delivery time.*

Design in the editor: Now you can upload and edit your artwork, if necessary, with the help of our editors. From here, you can add your product(s) to the cart.

Checkout: Choose the delivery and invoice address.

Payment: Choose your preferred payment method in this step.

Design check: We'll send a digital proof for your approval before the order gets sent to production.

Sit back and relax!

Free Flyer design templates for every need

Free Flyer design templates for every need

Choose from a wide range of Flyer & Leaflet templates and truly make it your own design.

  • 27.05.2024

    Amazingly quick delivery and super…

    Amazingly quick delivery and super quality delivered 2 days after order what can I say but amazing

    QS Yaxley
  • 26.05.2024

    My fourth time

    This is my fourth time of using the services of this company. Although my computer skills are not the best, I have gradually found it fairly easy to follow the process to place an order. I have been kept up to date with delivery dates and my order has been delivered on time. My flyers have been perfect.

    Lesley R
  • 24.05.2024

    Great printing

    The flyers I ordered were beautifully printed and packed. Great price as we are a charity and short of cash.

    ELIZABETH MCLAUGHLIN
  • 20.05.2024

    Easy to use

    Easy to use. Express service. Quality printing.

    Sara Jobling
  • 14.05.2024

    Very quick easy to use service

    Very quick easy to use service. Top quality

    Julie kinghorn
  • 13.05.2024

    Delivered on time and where I asked…

    Delivered on time and where I asked them to be left.

    Julie Gibson

FAQ

What is the best size for my flyer?

Flyer printing is possible in multiple sizes and formats to meet all your communication needs. However, as advertisers and professionals with commercial graphic design experience will tell you, communication agencies and marketing teams usually choose standard dimensions for flyers. The A5 size format is generally the standard flyer size. Either way, it’s essential to think about which format will best let you display your headline and images in order to appeal to your target audience and capture their attention.

A7: This format is 74 x 105 mm and about one eighth of an A4. This would be the smallest size we'd recommend for printing flyers, any smaller and your target audience might miss them.
A6: This format is 105 x 148mm and most comparable to the size of a postcard. Though a tad smaller than your average flyer, it can still be designed to pack a punch for effective communication.
A5: This format is 148 x 210 mm and the standard flyer size used for promotional campaigns and marketing strategies. Flyers of this size are extremely convenient for distribution as well.
A4: The format is 210 x 297 mm and can be quite useful for companies, business enterprises, and local administrations with a lot of information to share. They can also easily be folded, put in an envelope and sent by post when needed (school leaflets, for example).
A3: This format is closer to the size of a small poster and would be convenient to display offers or upcoming events on walls and shop windows. Since they're large, they draw a lot of attention.
Square Format: This format of flyers can be used for more personal communication with potential customers. They're quite a unique format and are an elegant and original choice. They can also be transformed into invitations.
ALong / Xlong Format: The A-Long (74 x 210 mm) and X-Long (105 x 297 mm) format are both long and slim in appearance. They can be designed to make useful and engaging communication pieces. For example, they can be printed with illustrations and eye-catching text that is attractive to potential customers, who can then use them as bookmarks.
DL: This format is 99 x 210 mm and comparable to the size of an envelope. This means they can be easily tailored for direct marketing, and are convenient for advertisements or discount codes you would like to send to customers via post.

What paper can I use for my Flyers?

We print flyers with various paper. For your reference, the thickness is usually measured in GSM (grams per m²) and the higher the gsm, the thicker the paper. So now, which one suits your needs?

90 gsm is the thinnest paper option for your flyer, which makes it easy to distribute. This budget choice is the best option if you want the feeling of standard paper for your flyer.
135 gsm is the most common choice since it’s lightweight and easy to distribute. It is also less prone to wrinkling than standard printing paper, as it's 1.5x thicker. This option is a bargain for businesses with a small marketing budget because it can be arranged at a price that won't break the bank.
170 gsm paper flyers are often the chosen for conferences and trade shows. Being about 2x thicker than standard printing paper, their sturdiness makes them an attractive option for professional gatherings.
250 gsm paper flyers are often ordered by companies within the hospitality and retail industries. This paper type is 3x the thickness of standard printing paper, so they'll feel extremely sturdy in the hand.
400 gsm paper flyers are the most premium option, but can still be ordered at an economical price. At 4x the thickness of standard printing paper, this choice guarantees a robust and luxurious flyer, which is great for special occasions or events.

What material can I choose for my flyers?

Glossy: The glossy finish gives the paper a subtle sheen. It's perfect for photographs as the colours show up quite vivid.
Matte: The matte finish is quite subtle and is perfect if your design is text-heavy.
Offset
Writable:
This paper is uncoated, which means that it's possible to write on the flyer. This is perfect if you need your customers write on your flyer, perhaps to fill in some information.
Recystar Nature: 100% recycled paper and sustainably produced. The natural white colour gives the print a natural look.
Bio Top: Recyclable and made through a chlorine-free (TCF) bleaching process with no optical brightening agents. This process leaves the paper with an off-white colour and a natural, uncoated texture. It is pleasant to the touch and comfortable for reading.
PaperWise Natural: Unbleached and made from agricultural waste. Sustainable with low environmental impact, it is uncoated and has a natural light brown colour.
UV-varnish: The UV-varnish finish gives your flyer an ultra glossy appearance, making it look quite luxurious.
Matte lamination: The matte lamination finish adds an extra layer to your flyer. Similar to the matte finish, this is also subtle and is perfect if your flyer is text heavy. The added layer also acts as extra protection for your flyer.
Gloss lamination: The glossy lamination adds an extra layer to your flyer. Similar to the glossy finish, this also gives your flyers a sheen and is perfect for photographs as the colours show up quite vivid. The added layer also acts as extra protection for your flyer.

Which production techniques do we use?

For the production of Flyers, we use the following technique(s):
Digital printing: Uses four colours (CMYK) with toners and inks to print digital files. This option is comparable to a large home printer, and is cheaper than Litho printing for smaller quantities. This is because there are fewer starting costs, fewer components involved, and no ink drying time required.
Offset Lithography/Litho printing: This technique uses wet ink and aluminium and rubber plates to transfer images and text onto paper sheets, resulting in sharp, vibrant, and consistent prints. While this method may require slightly more setup than digital printing, it's the most cost-effective option for larger print runs.

Should I choose single or double-sided for Flyer printing?

When it comes to deciding between single or double-sided printing for Flyers, it depends on the amount of information you want to convey. Single-sided Flyers are typically the cheaper option, but if you have additional information or designs that you want to showcase, double-sided Flyers offer more space to do so. At HelloPrint, our double-sided flyers are similarly priced to our single-sided flyers, making them a great choice for those looking to maximise their marketing potential.
Note: It's important to remember that printing double-sided flyers with a gsm of lower than 200 can result in a level of transparency. For best results, we recommend ordering 200 gsm or more for double-sided printing.

Can Flyers be printed with a tear line or a punch hole?

Unfortunately, we don't offer tear lines or punch holes for Flyers or Leaflets. If you're looking for a similar product with tear lines, you can check out our Tickets. Alternatively, if you're interested in adding punch holes to your design, our Swing Tags may be the option for you.
Design your flyers responsibly!

Design your flyers responsibly!

Choose 100% recycled writable paper!
- No trees need to be cut
- Reduce your order's carbon footprint by 25%
- Elevate your brand with eco-friendly choices!

Print run

Prices mentioned are per design. For multiple designs, add multiple items to your cart. In order to keep our prices economical, we offer standard quantities. Are you looking for a higher quantity? Request a quote.

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Estimated delivery date

Upload and approve your files before: Friday, 31 May 2024 10:00

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Size

What material can I choose for my flyers?

    • Glossy

      Glossy: The glossy finish gives the paper a subtle sheen. It's perfect for photographs as the colours show up quite vivid.

      Glossy
    • Matte

      Matte: The matte finish is quite subtle and is perfect if your design is text-heavy.

      Matte
    • Uncoated

      Offset | Writable: This paper is uncoated, which means that it's possible to write on your paper. This is perfect if you need your customers to write on your paper, perhaps to fill in some information.

      Uncoated
    • Recycled

      Recystar Nature: 100% recycled paper and sustainably produced. The natural white colour gives the print a natural look.

      Recycled
    • Bio Top

      Bio Top: Recyclable and made through a chlorine-free (TCF) bleaching process with no optical brightening agents. This process leaves the paper with an off-white colour and a natural, uncoated texture. It is pleasant to the touch and comfortable for reading.

      Bio Top
    • Paperwise Natural

      PaperWise Natural: Unbleached and made from agricultural waste. Sustainable with low environmental impact, it is uncoated and has a natural light brown colour.

      Paperwise Natural

What paper can I use for my Flyers?

    • 135gsm gloss


      120-135 gsm is the most common choice since it’s lightweight, easy to distribute, and less prone to crinkling when compared to regular printing paper, which is about 1.5x thinner. This option is a bargain for businesses with a small marketing budget because it can be arranged at a price that’s convenient for sharing with many people without breaking the bank.

      135gsm gloss
    • 170gsm gloss


      170 gsm paper is often chosen for conferences and trade shows. Being about 2x thicker than standard printing paper, their sturdiness makes them an attractive option for professional gatherings.

      170gsm gloss
    • 250gsm gloss


      250-300 gsm paper is often used by the hospitality and retail industries. This paper type is 3x thicker than standard printing paper, making it feel extremely sturdy.

      250gsm gloss

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