Utilize Our Fast and Efficient Brochure Printing Services
Brochure printing is a staple marketing strategy for good reason. Hand these out at a trade show, display them at your store counter, or give them away at a pop-up store event.
The best brochure designs maximize the available space and number of panels. Choose a size that will bring out the details of your images and clearly communicate your text. The standard sizes below measure the entire brochure before folding:
- 2-fold: 8.5” x 11”
- 3-fold: 8.5” x 11” and 11” x 17”
- 4-fold: 8.5” x 14”
Note: All sizes on the calculator are measurements before folding.
Choose the Best Brochure Fold
How to Use a 2-Panel Option
This brochure is made up of two panels, folding the total space in half. The large space can introduce one or two new products or services. Popularly known as bifold brochures
How to Use the 3-Panel Format
Best Uses for 4-Panel Brochures
The accordion fold divides your brochure into four panels that fold on top of one another. This option unfolds information in an organized and sequential manner.
Double Parallel Fold
The double parallel fold divides your brochure into four panels that are parallel and stand in the same direction. Give customers a detailed look of your company or categorize different product offers.
This fold divides your brochure into four panels. The paper is folded in half, and then folded again perpendicular to the first fold. The total space is large enough to show photographs of your products.
Parallel Map Fold
This fold divides the brochure into four vertical panels. Use the long height per panel to showcase your services in detail.
Find Your Perfect Paper Stock & Coating
Our brochure printing service offers four premium paper stock options.
70 lb. Paper
- Heavier and more durable than copy paper
- Easy to hand out and keep for future reference
- Writable and comes uncoated on both sides
80 lb. Paper
- Thicker and heavier than 70 lb. paper
- Easy to fold, hand out, and keep for future reference
- Comes with gloss coating on both sides
100 lb. Paper
- Thickness and texture similar to premium magazine paper
- Easy to hand out and fold for storage
- Comes in elegant matte, shiny gloss, or extra shiny high gloss UV coating
- Highly recommended for sending out in the mail
10 pt. Cardstock
- Thickest brochure cardstock, scored and folded before delivery
- Easy to hand out and keep for future reference
- Comes in elegant matte coating, vivid gloss, or extra shiny high gloss UV coating
Note: Both paper and 10 pt. cardstock are folded before shipment. Read up on paper and cardstock here.
Our gloss and matte coating options bring out particular details of your images and text. Gloss coating on both sides adds some shine without glaring against the light. If you need the colors to pop and don’t mind the extra shine, select the high gloss UV coating. Brochures with high UV coating can also withstand repeated handling. Matte coating has a satin-like texture and its smooth surface keeps the customer reading through several images and a lot of text.
Upload your design or create a new one using our online brochure design tool. Print brochures today and they will be folded, packed, and ready for shipping as soon as today. Note that our printing turnaround is the number of printing days. Avail of our free proofing to make sure your order is correct before they are shipped.
What does “printing tournaround” mean?
“Printing tournaround” is the number of days allotted to print your order, but it does not include weekends and holidays. Shipping transit time is not included in turnaround time.
What printing and shipping options should I choose for a rush order?
Select “Ready Today” as your printing turnaround so that the design will be ready on the day itself. After selecting this, enter your ZIP code under “Delivery Options” to get an estimate and see the fastest shipping times for your order. You can choose from one-day delivery dates. Some locations have next day pickup dates available as well.
What is the difference between gloss and high-gloss UV coating?
High-gloss UV has a high shine finish that appears wet when applied on deep, dark colors like black and blue. The high-gloss UV coating is abrasion resistant and able to withstand frequent handling. Gloss coating also has a shiny surface and reflects light off your design. Unlike high-gloss UV, however, gloss coating absorbs dust, fingerprints, and smudges.
What are the most popular brochure sizes and their main uses?
- 2-fold: 8.5” x 11” – Primarily used to introduce a specific product or service.
- 3-fold: 8.5” x 11” and 11” x 17” – Presents longer lists or detailed information in a sequence.
- 4-fold: 8.5” x 14” – Provide more space or larger areas for images and infographics to showcase blocks of information in an organized manner.
Why should I use the free proof?
Selecting the free proof lets you check the design before it is printed. We highly recommend this for individuals under a rushed timeline or those with specific printing concerns on their file. It’s also recommended to customers who are new to getting designs printed or using Next Day Flyers. Our customer service team will be available to address any concerns regarding the proof.