Mail Made Easy - First Time User savings

Mail Made Easy - First Time User savings

Whether you’re new to direct mail or haven’t used it for a couple of years, enjoy up to a 30% postage credit on your first three campaigns with Mail Made Easy.

We want everyone to see for themselves how direct mail can boost business and bring in customers. So we’ll give you up to a 30% postage credit on your first three mailings.

Customers can earn postage credits for each of their first three advertising campaigns available for postings completed by 30 June 2017. Applications are open from 27th March 2017. Users must be new to direct mail or not used it in the last 24 months. Minimum entry thresholds apply. After 30 June discounts reduce to 15%. PDF icon First Time User Scheme – Terms and Conditions.

Discount levels for PDF icon corporates and PDF icon SMEs.

 

Who can qualify for First Time User savings?

Here’s how to get the savings…

New to direct mail

To qualify for 30% postage credit, you’ll be new to mail or won’t have used it in the past two years.

Send at least…

5,000 letters* in each of three direct mail campaigns to qualify for the postage credit.

Use an online business account

You’ll receive the savings via your Royal Mail account (your Mail Made Easy partner will have one if you don’t). Or we can set one up for you.

*Based on High Sort, Economy, Letter mailing using Advertising Mail of 5,000 items.
Average postal cost per item around 20p.

Why choose marketing mail for your business?

Marketing mail can create a closer connection with customers and prospects than digital channels. Marketing mail makes customers feel more valued and can inspire them to choose your business:

  • Comparing mail to email, 63% of people said they’re more likely to take mail seriously and 57% said it made them feel more valued. Compared to 18% and 17% for email.
  • People keep advertising mail in the home for up to 17 days, making your message much more likely to be seen.
  • 87% of people were influenced to buy online having received direct mail.

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