In brief, if you offer a cheap or discount service and want to come across cost effective, then print on a thin paper such as 130gsm.
On the other hand, if you are a prestigious company targeting very affluent areas, then your flyer should be 250gsm-350gsm.
If you’re not sure exactly what you need then please call us, we’d love to offer advice on your new campaign.
You can also ask for environmentally friendly Woodland Trust Carbon Capture paper, often at no extra cost.
“Quantity and folding aside, we provide hundreds of different variables on print, so we strongly recommend you simply give us a call so we can discuss your needs and give you our recommendation”
This is a third of an a4. It fits perfectly into a standard envelope
This is a postcard size
Suitable for square flyers
This is the most common flyer size
Suitable for large square flyers
This is the size used in most household printers. It is common with menus.
This is often used for leaflets and flyers as its very cost effective
This gives a better quality feel for a flyer
A premium paper stock that’s a little lighter than a postcard
This is postcard thickness and is used for heavy flyers.
A very common choice used with 130gsm that gives a nice shiny finish to your flyers
This is like a matt, smooth finish. It gives a professional look