10 Sweet Club Card Flyer Designs

January 29, 2014

Need inspiration for your next club card flyer design? Chances are, you’ve been disappointed with online searches, as many lead to cheesy flyer templates you have to pay $10 to $20 to download. These templates all look the same: some big text with a bunch of flashy effects and a stock model or two thrown in for good measure. I don’t want to demean the work of designers who make such flyer templates available for cheap, but they’re the type of inspiration most graphic designers are looking for. Here, I’ve done the hard work for you by researching and posting 10 sweet club card flyer designs (that aren’t cheesy templates).

1.  Ivy Entertainment San Diego Flyer

This cool flyer design posted by Flickr user resrez is simple and classic, yet sexy. Ivy Nightclub Ad Concept Flickr - Photo Sharing! - Google Chrome_2013-12-15_20-52-29-Optimized  

2.  Lax Nightclub Sexy Santa Holiday Party Flyer

Like the previous design, this flyer demonstrates how a minimalist approach can make your flyer stand out. Pictures - Top 5 Holiday Themed 2013 Nightclub Events in Las Vegas - Las Vegas C_2013-12-15_20-54-39-Optimized  

3.  Ivy Nightclub Cinqo de Mayo Party Flyer

A bright illustration makes this flyer design by Departure energizing, and promises a fun evening to club guests. Ivy Nightclub on Behance - Google Chrome_2013-12-15_20-56-05-Optimized  

4.  Underground SF Halloween Party Flyer

This ghoulish, high-contrast flyer design is tough to ignore, but why would you want to? SubliminalSF » gloss - Google Chrome_2013-12-15_20-57-57-Optimized  

5.  Generations Grand Opening Flyer

The perfect retro design for a vintage dance music themed club grand opening. Generations Nightclub -- Long Island Manor -- Bethpage -- Thursday Nights - Even_2013-12-15_20-59-12-Optimized  

6.  On The Rocks Flyer

This cool flyer features relevant images (notice the “rocks”) and a bright, boisterous layout that commands attention. 20 Awesome Night Club Party Poster Flyers Design Top Tech Tune - Google Chr_2013-12-15_21-15-51-Optimized  

7.  Bliss End of Summer Party Flyer

This cool white silhouette lends the impression that you should be there … or, perhaps, the woman of your dreams is there. Sometimes, letting customers fill in the blanks is a wonderful design strategy. 9 Fun Flyer Ideas Printaholic.com - Google Chrome_2013-12-15_21-16-59-Optimized  

8.  Blush Boutique Nighclub Flyer

Think they serve beer? Blush Nightclub May 11, 2010 to May 15, 2010 - Community Activities - to be a mo_2013-12-15_21-18-29-Optimized  

9.  Lift Nightclub Flyer

This design by Marty McColgan proves that simple, provocative images are powerful promotional tools. Lift Nightclub Derry Flyer Design Marty McColgan Design - Google Chrome_2013-12-15_21-21-44-Optimized  

10.  Mavi Lounge Flyer

Brilliant use of color makes this design by Unique Designz a winner! Mavi Lounge – Fairfield NJ – Flyer Design Unique Designz - Google Chrome_2013-12-15_21-23-35-Optimized

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Brian Morris serves in various capacities as a freelance writer, content developer and public relations specialist for growing small businesses. When he’s not writing, he can be found on the racquetball court - usually getting his tail kicked by guys 20 years older.

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