How do I pay for an AD?

We accept credit card, cash or check. Billing can also be monthly or in installments or annually – depending on the plan you choose

Do I have to design my own Ad?

No, all ads are designed by a professional graphic artist to insure the most effective impact on the readers. You only provide your logo if desired, and the information that you would like included. For businesses that wish to provide their own pre-designed ad, the ad specs are 2 inches high x 3 inches wide. Black & White. Minimum 300 dpi pdf file with all fonts & graphics embedded is required. Do not place a border around the ad as we use our own border template. Please provide the ad in both pdf and jpg formats for use in both print and online.

Why should I advertise when print is dead?

We hear this a lot. The internet did take a bite out of print advertising but for a local business print is still the best return for your advertising dollars.

What is your circulation?

Unlike our competitors who drop their papers at a local business and hope someone picks it up, our publications are delivered to every home and business in the towns we service by the US postal service. See our Rates and Dates page for circulation numbers

Can someone come to my business?

We know time is limited when you run a business. Call us at 781-821-2590 and we can arrange for a team member to come out to your business.

How long has Suburban Shopper been in business?

Suburban Shopper began delivering to every home and business in 1959. It has continued uninterrupted since then.

Do I have to bring my AD to you?

If you have an AD ready to go you can simply click on “Submit AD” on our top menu and upload your AD.

How much does an AD cost?

All prices are listed on our Rates and Dates page along with the available publication dates. Click here to view Rates and Dates


Ready to advertise in The Suburban Shopper!

Our team is ready to assist you. Call, click, text, chat or email us anytime and we will
respond with everything you need to get your ad in the shopper right away.

Nathaniel Andrews



Lauren Holtzman



Eddie Bent



Ron DiMatteo



Suburban Shopper

Suburban Shopper Magazine is an advertising magazine designed to connect residents with local businesses.
It has been publishing since 1959 mailing free copies to every address for the past 61 years..


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Suite 201
Stoughton, MA 02072

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