The Bulletin offers several cost-effective and convenient rate packages. Choose the one that's right for you! If you include an e-mail address in your ad, it will be a hot link when your ad is published on the Web. Please read our advertising policies before placing your ad. By placing an ad, you are accepting the policies.
As a public service, The Bulletin offers free ads to individuals advertising found items or free items, including pets. Free ads are limited to three lines.
Garage Sale Ads:
4 days/ 4 lines: $20
Each additional line: $3
Wheel Deal Special:
Run your auto/vehicle ad until it sells, for up to 12 weeks; two-vehicle maximum per household. No discount for early cancellations. Rates start at $46.00 for 3 lines.
If you are placing an ad for a nonprofit organization or charity (available by phone only):
Per day: $48.00 per inch (one inch is approximately 9 lines).
If you are placing an ad in the Employment, Rentals, or Business Opportunities categories, or if you are selling a service or products in bulk:
Limited schedules are available online; for more flexible scheduling, please call Classified at 541-385-5809 during business hours. One inch is approximately 9 lines. All rates are charged at quarter- or half- inch increments.
A single day or non-consecutive days: $51.50 per inch
3 consecutive days: $26.65 per inch, per day
7 consecutive days: $23.00 per inch, per day
28 consecutive days: $20.50 per inch, per day
84 consecutive days (12 weeks): $17.00 per inch, per day.
If you are an advertiser who has a contract with The Bulletin:
Please call 385-5809 for our contract rates.
If you are a national ad agency:
Rate is $51.50 per inch, commissionable, per day (one inch is approximately 9 lines).
For quotes or information about other categories and rates, please call the Classified Department at 541-385-5809, 7:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m., Monday-Friday and 8:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. on Saturday.
Bulletin Classified deadlines
Ad orders placed online are retrieved Monday - Saturday by 10 a.m. for the next day's publication. The Bulletin does not guarantee all classified print ads will appear online, due to unexpected technical difficulties.