Displayed below are the rates for classified, picture classified and display ads. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the office. We're here to help! Go to our contact page for contact options and remember, we don't mind phone calls.
You have the option to select any combination of 4 additional papers as well. Two papers or more are 15 cents per word after the first 15 words
The Exchange, eastern Washington
The Moneysaver, Lewiston/ Moscow area
The Giant Nickel, Tri-Cities, Washington
The Pennywise, Trail, BC, Canada
Select 2 papers: $14.70
Select 3 papers: $21.05
Select 4 papers: $26.95
Select 5 papers: $32.25
You have the option to highlight your classified in green online for an additional $5. You have the option to add up to 5 photos with your classified online for an additional $2 per picture.
Add full color for an additional $10. You may add up to 4 additional photos on Nickel's Worth website for a flat $5.
Picture classified prices for other papers (minimum charge): All 10 cents per word after 30 words
Moneysaver: $23, black and white photo only
Giant Nickel: $23, black and white photo only
Exchange: $13, color included
We highlight a section of the paper each week to offer $13 picture classifieds. Stay tuned to the paper or Facebook to keep track. Vehicle and Real Estate ads always $13.
Open rate is $12.60 per column inch. Advertise a display every week and get a monthly 10% discount. Color ranges from $15-$80 weekly depending on the ad size. We do not require contracts. Ad size may change weekly.
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You have the option to prepay for your ad using a credit or debit card over the phone, or we would be glad to set up a monthly billing account for you. Even if you've requested to be billed, you can pay over the phone anytime by calling our office at 208-667-0651
Nickel's Worth: 3pm Wednesday
Exchange: 11am Wednesday
Giant Nickel: 4pm Tuesday
Moneysaver: 2pm Tuesday
Picture Classifieds and Display ads:
Nickel's Worth: 3pm Wednesday
Exchange: 5pm Tuesday
Giant Nickel: Noon Tuesday
Moneysaver: Noon Tuesday
For any ad(s) scheduled to run in the Nickel's Worth and/or Exchange, changes and cancellations must be made no later than Tuesday at 5pm. For ads scheduled in the Moneysaver, changes and cancellations no later than Tuesday at 2pm. For ads scheduled in the Giant Nickel, changes and cancellations no later than Tuesday at 4pm.
Once an email address is registered to an account it cannot be changed. You must create a new account under the email address you wish to use.
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