Print Flyers at PrintCarrier.com – Make Information Fly Far and Wide
There is a growing trend back to older but proven ways of doing things. And flyers
are doubtless the best-known and most popular printed advertising medium, with a long and successful history. They will never fall out of fashion! Give free rein to your creativity while designing them to suit your needs. The primary goal is to inspire people to pick them up and stick them in a pocket. We let you choose from three different types of flyers: standard, folded and die cut.
Plenty of Reasons to Spread Your Wings
Flyers are used to advertise, inform or decorate fridges. So how about choosing them to spread the word about your next event, exhibition or reception, either in a standard DIN format or in a striking die cut shape? Folded flyers
can also serve as menus
, beverage cards or programmes. The possibilities are endless!
Delivered in a Jiffy
So your next event is coming up and you want to quickly and effectively promote it? No problem! At PrintCarrier.com we offer you an express delivery service: simply order your flyers and upload the artwork by 11 a.m., and they will be alighting at your door within two days.
In addition to standard (flat) flyers printed on both faces, we also offer multi-page folded flyers that provide even more room for your message. And if you’d like to be different, you’re welcome to take advantage of our range of die cut flyers
– for instance, a heart-shaped flyer
From Heavyweight to Flyweight
You decide how much weight you want your advertising message to carry. We offer you a full range of alternatives from sturdy, robust 450gsm paper all the way to featherweight 80gsm stock. You can choose the right weight
to suit your needs.
Quality and Quantity
Flyers are often printed in large quantities for wide distribution. And it’s a fact that they are an ideal advertising medium for reaching a large audience. So quantity is definitely important. Even better, the quality supplied by PrintCarrier.com is also first-rate. We print your flyers on top-of-the-line presses from highly reputed manufacturers such as Heidelberger Druckmaschinen and König und Bauer (KUB).