- Z-Fold 6pp / 8pp Menus
- Folded into the shape of a Z
- Gloss / Silk / Uncoated Stock
- Full Colour Print on Both Sides
- FREE NATIONWIDE DELIVERY
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Z-Fold Menus from Cheap as Prints
Z-fold menus offer a creative alternative to spice up your design aromas! Choose a six or eight-column fold option to create a vibrant menu that will excite customers. Just two or three vertical folds can transform a single sheet into a 6pp or 8pp brochure-style menu.
Order your Z-fold menus online! Then send us your artwork file or let our professional designers help! Our artwork rates are competitively priced and we can send you a design draft within 2 days. If you still wish to provide your own design you can send us your file for a free artwork suitability check!
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What is a z-fold menu?
Z-fold menu either use two parallel folds to create six equal size panels or three parallel folds to eight equal size panels. The folds are made in opposite directions, which forms the shape of a Z.
What paper thickness is recommended for z-fold menus?
That really depends on your requirements and budget. However, our most popular paper stock for z-fold menus is 130gsm and 170gsm silk stock.
Do I have to pay Vat on folded menus?
Most of the time folded menus are zero-rated, however, can be subject to VAT depending on the information supplied. If the design contains a message like ‘bring this leaflet in store to get 10% discount’ the print will be deemed to be a voucher and subject to Vat. Another circumstance whereby Vat is chargeable, is if the design contains a form.
For more information on VAT and printing please visit https://www.gov.uk/topic/business-tax/vat
How do you print your z-folded menus?
We use digital and lithographic printing techniques to offer both small and large run z-fold menus at the most competitive prices. Your design will be printed in full colour to one or both sides using a CMYK process.
What is CMYK?
CMYK is an acronym for cyan, magenta, yellow and black. These are the colours used in the printing process of your z-fold menus.
What do you mean by crease fold?
When folding thicker paper like 250gsm, the fibers at the edge of the flap can sometimes crack. In order to prevent this, any paper stock that is 250gsm or thicker is crease folded. Creasing weakens the paper at the fold to make it easier to fold.
What is uncoated paper stock?
Uncoated has no surface coating with a rougher texture that is suitable for writing on.
What is gloss paper stock?
Gloss paper is a smooth-coated stock that has a shiny surface and is brilliant for designs with vibrant colours, backgrounds and images.
What is silk paper stock?
Silk paper is a coated stock with a slight sheen. This allows the print to be vibrant and crisp but has a softer undertone than a high-shine gloss finish. This stock is also suitable to write on with a ballpoint pen.
Excellent service, print quality and lead times! Will definitely continue to use them in the future.Alex - Verfied Buyer
The turnaround time and quality of our folded leaflets were fantastic. Delivery was made earlier than expected and the courier even sent a text notification of delivery. Happy days!Harry - Verfied Buyer
The patience alone of this company deserves recognition! I'm a dinosaur when it comes to ordering things online. But after years of being overcharged by my local printers, I decided to take a leap of faith online. Cheap as Prints were recommended by a friend, and its been blissful ever since! Aleya from customer services patiently took all my requirements and ensured the artwork team delivered exactly what I needed. I was extremely pleased with the design and printing of my A4 folded leaflets. Will shop online more often, the savings made on my order was incredible! 5-star service!George Atsell - Verfied Buyer
Amazing products and first-class customer service! All the staff are ever so helpful and always go the extra mile to ensure customer satisfaction whenever issues arise. To be fair, most if not all issues have been courier related, which is no fault of Cheap as Prints. But in any case, all problems and delays are always resolved with minimum fuss.Shannon Adams - Verfied Buyer