Postcard mailing is a fast, easy and affordable way to advertise your business. Within 3-5 business days, your postcards can be in the mail and on their way to your best customers and selected prospects.
Clubflyers.com offers one of the most sophisticated mailing services in the nation utilizing the latest technology enabling printing addresses directly on UV coated surfaces. This allows us to quickly print your mailer with a High Gloss UV coating and get it out to your target market without the wait.
Mailing with Clubflyers is a convenient solution that will cut down on your cost of shipping as we will set up and handle the the mailing right from our location just after printing.
Our mailing team handles the processing of your mailing list CASS certification, addressing, presorting, and delivery to the post office.
How to place a mailing order
Ordering a mailing can be made simple by just following the easy steps below. We can get your postcards out to the Post Office within 4 Business days if each step is followed in order to guarantee you get the right Postcard out to the right people.
Five easy steps
Use one of our Postcard Templates to ensure that your layout meets the USPS standards.
If you don't already have a mailing list saved as a .xls file or .csv file you can visit USA Data who will help you to build the list that fits your needs. Whether you are looking for specific businesses to target or residences, they offer a reliable source of thoroughly checked contact information.
Once you have your prepared mailing list, submit your list and files that you would like to print to email@example.com to ensure that everything is ready to go.
Our mailing team will contact you via email to let you know that your custom mailing estimate has been uploaded to your online account. At that point you can order your postcards and add the custom mailing estimate to your cart.
Submit your finalized list to firstname.lastname@example.org. Place the order number of the postcards you ordered that you would like to be mailed in the subject line of the email. Your mailers will be printed and sent out to the Post Office within 4 bus. days.
Direct mail pricing
Get your postcards in the mail quickly and inexpensively. We can mail your postcards and save you money on the postage, which will make our postcard mailing services basically free.
Our direct mail services pricing is simple and to the point. We charge you 7 cents per piece to inkjet the addresses onto your postcards. This price covers the contact name, address and the presort barcode and you save approximately 7 cents per card on postage because of our presorting process. That means virtually no extra cost for you to let us do it for you, and sometimes it even costs you less. You are saving time, shipping charges, cost of delivering to post office, cost of labels and the cost of manual labor to adhere the labels. The minimum order needs to be $200.
What it will cost you to do it yourself?
Normally your postage for a 4 x 6 postcard is 28 cents. That is the maximum size for the 28 cent rate. If we do the postcard mailing for you, the postage will be anywhere from 20.5 cents to 23.0 cents per piece.
We lease a special software package from the U.S. Post Office that reads the addresses and assigns each a barcode. This software also removes all the addresses it recognizes as undeliverable so that you don't pay postage for cards that will inevitably be returned because of a bad address. The Post Office gives us a discount because we have invested in automation.
There are many rules and regulations in direct mail and the post office changes them constantly. So, although the concept is simple, the process is definitely not.
Additional info can also be printed on the card at the time of addressing for a slight additional charge. Ask your sales rep for details.
We offer several product templates to make it easier for you to create files for mailing.
Below are our Postcard templates that provide information on mailing guidelines. All templates have been compressed, which show both Standard and First Class layout requirements.