San Francisco Taxi Ads

Incorporate taxi advertising in San Francisco, CA into an advertising plan in order to get more eyeballs to see your ads on a monthly basis. Advertising on San Francisco taxi cabs is one of the most unique ways to get in front of people in this city by the bay.

San Francisco taxis are also popular for exhibitors to advertise their exhibits or products/services for conferences and conventions at the Moscone Center.

San Francisco taxi cab advertising rates are so competitive that many marketers automatically add them to any plan to reach residents and travelers in San Francisco. Well-known advertising professionals consistently recommend this format because San Francisco cab advertising costs are a smart investment for most advertisers. The low cost, combined with the great reach and frequency, of SF taxi advertising inspires many communications officers to incorporate this medium into their overall promotion plan.

Recent Campaign on San Francisco Taxis

Cabulous advertises on taxi tops in San Francisco to promote app that hails taxis. How perfect -- in a city where cabs are so prevalent.

San Francisco Taxi Advertising Data:
• No. of Taxis: 1,000 (approx.)
• Impressions Per Taxi Per Day: 10,200 (approx.)

DMA Rank:
No. 6


For more specific pricing, submit Get Free Quote form on top.

Taxi Top: Range of $275 - $450 per display per 4 week period.

Taxi TV:
:15 spot: range of $5,000 - $10,000 for entire taxi fleet per 4 week period.
:30 spot: range of $7,000 - $15,000 for entire taxi fleet per 4 week period.
:60 spot: range of $9,000 - $25,000 for entire taxi fleet per 4 week period.

Range of rates depends on the ad size, timing and quantity purchased. Certain minimum purchase requirements apply. Additional discounts may be available based on duration and quantity purchased.

Minimum Purchase:

Minimum of 50 to 150 taxi advertisements, depending on the timing.

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