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Old 12-22-2004, 10:46 AM
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Wow! I can't even imagine spending $13,750 on flyers. I would rather take that money and use it towards a yellow pages ad which has done very well for me thus far. Then I would still have enough money left over to use as a down payment on a new truck.
The way I figure it, his cost would be around $1375.00 not $13,750.00
Sounds like a good deal to me.
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Old 12-22-2004, 03:34 PM
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Thanks for the correction, but if you were paying attention you would have realized that we already caught my error.
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Old 01-01-2005, 12:22 PM
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Flyers print

Office depot in Tenn. cost $65.00 per thousand(tax included)
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I couldn't either...lol Look at my post again.... it says .055 cents. Don't forget to put that zero in there when doing the math. That's five and a half cents per copy....which comes out to $1375 and that's with a special they are having for one week only....normally it would be about $350 more than that and that is still the least expensive I can find. Shoot, Office Max wants around .75 cents per copy with color, but I am sure thay have to be using just a color copier. Just think, 25,000 flyers at .75 cents would cost $18,750 plus $1181 which is a grand total of $19,931. But anyway, no...I am not spending that much on flyers....lol The delivery is going to cost around .03 cents each...which is not bad either considering I could spend .23 each if I mailed postcards.
Walker, how are you going to deliver them? Yourself door to door? or have them mailed?
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Walker, how are you going to deliver them? Yourself door to door? or have them mailed?
I am going to have them inserted into neighborhood association newsletters. I found this to be the cheapest route.....some are as low as .03 cents per flyer. Others will go all the way up to .083 cents per flyers, but not too many will cost that much. I will probably hand deliver about 5,000 and the other 25,000 will be in the newsletters.

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Office depot in Tenn. cost $65.00 per thousand(tax included)
That sound like a fair deal IF they are full color, full bleed, both sides and gloss. You need to compare apples to apples here.
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Old 01-29-2005, 09:57 AM
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I have a quote from a local Newspaper to have 10000 color flyers inserted into Sunday paper for 1000.00 . This includes 600 for the printed and 400 for the insert. THey will insert my own flyer for the 400 in the same 10000.

I was wondering if I could get 10000 flyers printed for that price anywhere else.. The will design the fllyer or I can take what I have designed....
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