Flyer Printing

   
   

Flyers are similar to leaflets, just printed on thicker paper! Common uses for Flyers are Tickets, Vouchers, Promotional Launches, Change of Address Cards – to name just a few. Our extensive range of flyers include various finishes, such as Silk, Pulp and Gloss on either standard (350gsm) or extra thick card (400gsm and 380mic). In addition we offer flyers printed on 1 or 2 sides (at the same price!) on 100% recycled card.

Need it designed? Our talented team of designers have specialised in print for many years. They can design your flyer from scratch – or tweak an existing design – to create something truly special and personalised for you.

Need it faster? Solopress already offer an incredibly fast turnaround, with the vast majority of our products printed and delivered within 24 hours of us receiving your print ready artwork. However, for an additional fee we can turn your printing around on certain items in as little as 4 hours! Just ask for more details.

Why Choose Flyer Printing?

Flyer printing is a great way to spread news of company promotions, sales and discounts. Fliers are becoming increasingly more popular and are a great way to connect directly with your customer and offer them both information and an incentive. Almost every company could make use of flyer printing services as they are an inexpensive and creative way of attracting prospective customers.

Flyer Printing Tips

1: Use an eye catching image or photo. With so many advertisements dominating each street, shop and public transport it’s important to use familiar images, people or concepts to gain attention. Experiment by visiting areas with lots of advertisements and see what stands out to you.

2: Keep information simple to follow. The worst mistake to make on a poster is to provide too much information sporadically placed around the page. Flyers are designed to provide snapshot information which is memorable, attractive and digestible.

3: Make every word count. Carefully consider your words for maximum impact. Review each sentence to see if you can come up with a catchy slogan or sentence which remains relevant.