How Much Does Billboard Advertising Cost?

Billboard advertising offers a company the opportunity to show their message to thousands of people.  One of the more popular ways to promote your product, especially if you own a local business rather than a franchise, is by using a billboard.  Billboard advertising shows a large sign of your product or service in areas with high traffic.  The billboards have an illustration as well as a message designed by an advertising company to make the product or service seem attractive.

How much does a billboard cost?

Type of Billboard
Price Range
Bulletin Board (Large)
$1,000 to $75,000 per 4 weeks
30 Sheet Poster (Medium)
$500 to $10,000 per 4 weeks
Junior Poster (Small)
$200 to $5,000 per 4 weeks
Digital
$3,000 to $50,000 per 4 weeks

NOTE:  Prices are going to widely vary depending on the location and the company offering the billboard.

Area
Impressions
4-Week Ad Rate
Albuquerque
11 million
$70,000
Atlanta
10 million
$30,000
Boston
30 million
$550,000
Cleveland
5 million
$80,000
Dallas
31 million
$91,000
Des Moines
7 million
$85,000
Gainesville
2 million
$20,000
Jacksonville
8 million
$40,000
Las Vegas
6 million
$20,000
New York
30 million
$300,000
Orlando
11 million
$76,000
Phoenix
24 million
$215,000
Reno
900,000
$10,000
San Diego
9 million
$70,000
Tucson
7 million
$65,000

NOTE:  Rates were found on ClearChannel.com

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