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Posted by The Charlotte Post on Monday, March 7, 2016

Classifieds Rates

Deadline: Monday 12 Noon prior to print date.


The Charlotte Post publishes on THURSDAY ONLY. All ads must be received in our office by Monday, 12:00 Noon of the first week in which the ad will run. Any ads received later than this deadline will not run until the following week.

Our online Classified ads are identical to those which appear in our printed newspaper. This section is updated weekly. All classified ads are accessible via the link below.

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Rates 2017-2018:

  • Display Classified Ad: $18.00 net per column inch.
  • Regular Verbiage Ad: $1.05 net per word with a $18.00 minimum.


To submit your classified ad information online to The Charlotte Post. -Click Here For Online Form

Speak with one of our Classified Representatives by dialing (704) 376-0496 between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Send your ad copy by fax to (704) 342-2160 at any time.

Regular Mail:
To submit your classified ad by U.S. mail, send the completed ad copy to:

The Charlotte Post

Classified Department
1531 Camden Road
Charlotte, NC 28203


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