18 x 24 Yard Signs

As low as $3.90 each. See the price list below

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Description

Make impact with our 18 x 24 Yard Signs

Our 4mm corrugated plastic yard signs with vertical fluting (fluting is vertical up to 48”) offer a durable and versatile outdoor signage solution. Yard signs can be displayed with optional wire stakes added during the order process, installed in frames (available for 24″x18″ yard signs common to real estate uses) or hung or propped in a variety of ways.

18 x 24 Yard signs are most commonly used in lawns and alongside roads as political advertising, business services promotion, real estate signage and more. They also work great as informational signs, yard sale signs, announcements, and for directing attendees to weddings and other events.

Our Yard signs are printed on UV can be single or double-sided, cut to shape and have wire stakes added for display purposes.

  • Same business day printing
  • Only Full color flatbed UV machines

Additional information

Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 18 × 24 × 1 in
Print sides

Printing on both sides, Printing on the front only

Wire Stakes

None, Standar

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