If you have the right product at the right price our readers will buy it.
This is why both the Daily Mail and The Mail on Sunday carried more Mail Order advertising in the last 12 months than any national daily or Sunday newspaper.
Our direct response marketplace gives you access to a weekly audience of over eight million adults. Our team can give you the best advice on how to make the most from your advertising.find out more
- Why Mail Newspapers?
- Who will you reach?
- What is our marketplace like?
- How much will it cost?
- Latest Feedback
Why Mail Newspapers?
Mail Newspapers offers a daily marketplace for Mail Order advertising with the majority of advertising appearing on a Saturday and Sunday.
Our marketplace is the largest in national press.
Regular advertisers include Chums, Kitchen Magic, Winning Deals, Windsor Products, Clifford James and Personal Choice.
Who will you reach?
The Daily Mail attracts a 4.3 million strong audience each weekday, 5.3 million on a Saturday and 4.8 million people read The Mail on Sunday.
Advertise in the Daily Mail, the Daily Mail Saturday and The Mail on Sunday and reach 17% of the UK population.
40% of Mail Order purchases last year were made by Mail Newspaper readers, a figure unmatched by any other publication.
What is our marketplace like?
Mail Order appears every day in the Daily Mail, with a bumper 14-page section on Saturday, and in The Mail on Sunday. Mail Newspapers are market leaders for Mail Order advertising.
Follow the link below to see examples of companies that advertise and the type of products sold in our marketplace:
How much will it cost?
Mail Classified has a range of sizes and shapes to suit every budget. Book more than one advertisement and we'll give you a discount.
|Newspaper||Per Line||Per SCC|
|Scottish Daily Mail||£6.00||£16.75|
|The Mail on Sunday||N/A||£107.50|
For spot colour please add 10% and for full colour 35%.
Coverage areas for each title.
- Daily Mail covers England, Wales and Northern Ireland
- Scottish Daily Mail is a separate publication for Scotland
- Mail on Sunday covers England, Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland.
To find out more, click on the links below:
Ben Harvey - Virtuoso Adertising
Our client shoe-shop.com had historically been a consistent spender with Mail newspapers. Christopher Wallace suggested organising a meeting between us the agency, the client and representatives for the Mail. This proactive approach helped us have a highly productive meeting that resulted in the client agreeing to re-test the Daily Mail through a series of full colour page adverts (we had been using fractional classified adverts). The Response Team refreshed the creative execution and we also used a tactical placed 5x2 advert (signpost) in display or relevant pages such as health on a Tuesday to direct potential customers to our classified advertisement. The result; shoe-shop responses have risen dramatically. The client is impressed with the collaborative effort made between us the agency and Mail newspapers and I am confident that we will continue our advertising schedule into the autumn season, something that looked unlikely only a few weeks ago. A triumph for everyone involved. Well done Chris!
Peter Jordan - Pineapple Direct ltd
Our latest advertising has proved to be very successful and we have taken a large amount of money from each advert we have placed. This has been the best response to an advert since 2005 however I suspect this could be due to our competitive pricing and the fact there has been a great deal of talk about Gold in the press. However, we should not degrade the response rates and take pleasure out of the success of advertising with the Daily Mail. ... Further to our previous email regarding the success of the Daily Mail ads, I would like to confirm that they out performed all the other ads we were placing with other National Newspapers by a considerable margin. The nearest competition was the Telegraph but this was still only 25% of the amount achieved through the Mail. And both the ad's that we placed with you performed equally as well.View all feedback
What’s the next step?
Our dedicated and experienced team of experts can guide you through the booking process and answer your questions.
To find out more, call Oscar on
020 3615 0445 or email
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