What Does a MONEY PAGES® Franchise Cost?

Cash Required:$50,000
Total Investment:$72,500 - $185,000

Franchisor Details

Total Units:27
Year Founded:2001
Franchising Since:2012
Home Office: Jacksonville, FL
SBA Approved

Additional Details

$20,000 First Year Launch Assist Credits Available for a Limited Time

What Is Money Pages®?

Money Pages is a monthly direct mail magazine published with the purpose of helping local businesses and communities. We promote events, area businesses, and money saving offers to provide readers a valuable source of information about their local community. We are the leading local direct mail provider in each community we serve. Delivering tangible monetary value to local businesses and communities.

Franchise Model

A Money Pages® franchise requires no inventory, little overhead and minimal staffing. Our full suite of capabilities and support is available to help you launch and grow your business. $20,000 First Year Launch Assist Credits Available for a Limited Time!


Money Pages offers a wide variety of print solutions for your clients providing you with multiple revenue streams and opportunities to profitably grow your business. In addition to the monthly magazine, our exclusive products include: postcards, stick out cards, stick up cards, flyers, stitch ins and more. Many of our exclusive products can even be targeted to specific zip codes separate from the magazine providing your clients the ability to specifically target their desired areas. Money Pages provides our franchise owners with many customized products and campaigns to meet any business need.


We are the experts in direct mail and our deep partnership with the United States Postal Service helps ensure delivery of your magazines. We assist by helping you design customized mailing zones to help local businesses in your communities. This includes extensive review of demographics, household incomes, household values, shopping patterns and more to craft the ideal mailing list for your market. We then ensure your magazines are properly labeled, sequenced, checked in, shipped, and mailed to your local post offices for distribution. We even provide USPS proof of mailing receipts for your clients upon request.

Franchisee Benefits

Money Pages provides the products, services, and technology to support you as a leading local marketing resource in your community. A Money Pages franchise requires no inventory, little overhead and minimal staffing. Focus on building business-to-business relationships while Money Pages provides and fulfills your local direct mail and digital products sales. Money Pages provides:

  • Generous protected franchise marketing territories of 30,000 households each
  • Exclusive training, business coaching, and local marketing support
  • Exclusive software to manage your publications, client relationships, and billing
  • Ability to purchase group health insurance and access comprehensive human resource tools for your franchised business

Our Typical Franchise Owner

Our most successfully franchise owners have come a variety of backgrounds and industries but they all have one thing in common – they enjoy meeting new people and building relationships. To be successful in our industry, you don’t need a background in sales, but you must have a passion for forming partnerships and helping your local community thrive.

Individuals who may find Money Pages® to be a great fit include those that are:

  • Competitive and Likes to Win
  • Enjoys helping others
  • Values relationships and partnerships
  • Cares about their local community
  • Seeks a flexible schedule
  • Seeks a family-friendly opportunity

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To get more information on MONEY PAGES®

Please call Julie Goldberg directly at (480) 227-4277.

Please Note:

MONEY PAGES® is currently accepting inquiries from the following states: Wyoming, West Virginia, Vermont, Virginia, Utah, Texas, Tennessee, South Carolina, Pennsylvania, Oregon, Oklahoma, Ohio, Nevada, New Mexico, New Jersey, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Montana, Mississippi, Missouri, Maine, Massachusetts, Louisiana, Kentucky, Kansas, Idaho, Iowa, Georgia, Florida, Delaware, Washington, D.C., Connecticut, Colorado, Arizona, Arkansas, Alabama, Alaska.

Interested parties should have at least $50,000 in liquid capital to invest.

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