1/2 Page Club Flyers

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1/2 Page Club Flyers

Prices from $48.95

  • 5.5" x 8.5" finished size
  • Glossy UV coating or matte finish
  • Fast and easy online design and ordering
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1/2 page Club Flyers - Get the Word Out Quickly About Your Next Event!

Using 1/2 page club flyers in your marketing can be very effective. Done well, they can increase your business and reduce your expenses.

Choose 1/2 page club flyers to make an impact with advertising your upcoming events. The generous size of a 1/2 page club flyer lets you grab people’s attention when you use vibrant colors, a key image and our high-resolution, offset printing.

Have limited time? Use our free club flyer templates and design something catchy in minutes. With NextDayFlyers, you'll get the fastest turnaround time in the online printing industry.

Have your own design ready? It's easy to upload it on our website. Either way, you get your club flyers back the next business day when your order is approved by 6pm PT.

1/2 page Club Flyer Features and Benefits:


  • True, high-resolution offset printing
  • Five paper choices: thick 14pt cardstock, 100lb gloss cover, 100lb glossy paper, 80lb gloss paper, or 70lb uncoated opaque
  • Available in UV gloss or matte finish
  • Free Club Flyer templates in 1/2 page size
  • Get it same day, next day, or 3 days turnaround


  • Lower price than the rest, for high quality offset printing
  • We do a 33-point QC check on your order
  • The fastest delivery rate in the printing industry: 99.8% on-time results
  • Guaranteed reprint or reimburse if you're not happy with your order for any reason

Designing Your 1/2 Page Club Flyer Build a Recognizable Brand

Every club flyer you create tells something about your company and what you do. Your printed flyers can tell customers who you are and what is unique about your business. Think about creating a uniform visual style for your brand in terms of images, logo, font, and colors.


Your logo is an easy way for people to identify you among the competition. It goes on everything you produce. Look at the logos of companies that have endured over time. Notice their use of symbols, fonts, and strong color choices when planning your logo. No matter where your logo appears, it must be instantly recognizable.


Once you decide the font style for your image, use it on every ½ page club flyer you print. Carefully choose your fonts and stick with them. Pick a font that is easy to read regardless of the size.


Choose the same color palette on all your flyers so people will associate them with your business. Use your chosen colors in your graphics, images, fonts, or backgrounds.


Design a clean and simple layout on your flyers. Have borders and keep your type lined up neatly so it's easy to read. Your layout can help create a distinct personality for your business.


People are drawn to pictures. Use images that are clear and pleasing to the eye. Use ones that are at least 300 dpi. For your flyer, find one strong image that speaks to your audience.

Be Concise

Keep your messaging simple and direct. Tell your reader who you are, what you are offering and what action they need to take.


Next Step:

15-Point PrePress Check Process

15-Point PrePress Check Process

  • Resolution review
  • Size verification
  • Bleed verification
  • Safety review
  • Human verification of artwork matching the order specs
  • Color mode review - evaluate for major color shift
  • Check for white overprint
  • For orders requiring post-press work; verify scores, die-cuts, folding and mailing clearance
  • Preflight press ready files and final human inspection
  • Electronic verification of the files submitted to next work area
  • Electronic preflight checks: fonts, vector images, raster images, resolution, and color modes
  • InRip trapping for optimal print registration
  • Human verified order specifications
  • Human inspected order output
  • Human inspected order plating
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