Sunday, 16 December 2018

Classified Advertisements

To place a classified advertisement in the weekly printed issue of The Mercury Bay Informer, please fill out and submit the form below and we will be in touch with the cost and payment options.

Our deadline for classified advertisements is 5pm every Sunday evening.

RUN-ON CLASSIFIEDS

$0.80
  • per word
  • includes GST

SINGLE COLUMN BOXED CLASSIFIEDS

$5.50+ GST
  • per cm height
  • single column - 6.4cm wide

DOUBLE COLUMN BOXED CLASSIFIEDS

$11.00+ GST
  • per cm height
  • double column - 13.3cm wide

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About The Mercury Bay Informer

Published - Every Wednesday

Published By - Mercury Bay Media Limited (based in Whitianga)

News Coverage (including events and features) - From Coromandel Town to Opito Bay and down the east coast of the Coromandel Peninsula to Tairua, including Whangapoua, Matarangi, Kuaotunu, Whitianga, Cooks Beach, Hot Water Beach, Hahei, Coroglen and Whenuakite.

Circulation - 7,000 copies of the weekly printed issue of The Mecury Bay Informer (distributed to permanent households along the east coast of the Coromandel Peninsula from Tuateawa in the north to Tairua in the south and bulk distribution - in bulk stands and at supermarkets, motels, cafes, service stations, convenience stores and camp grounds - in Colville, Coromandel Town, Whangapoua, Matarangi, Kuaotunu, Whitianga, Cooks Beach, Hahei, Hot Water Beach, Coroglen, Whenuakite, Tairua, Whangamata, Thames, Tapu and Te Puru).

Circulation Seasonal Magazines - 7,500 copies of The Mercury Bay Informer Events Guide (published yearly before the winter school holidays) and 11,500 copies of The Mercury Bay Informer Summer Magazine (published yearly in the middle of December).

 

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The Mercury Bay Informer is a highly popular community newspaper, based in Whitianga. The paper is distributed throughout the Coromandel Peninsula, coast to coast from Thames to north of Colville.