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Have you seen those home-printed ads, usually pasted on community boards, with cut-up strips at the bottom with the phone number printed on each strip so to allow anyone interested to tear off one of the tabs to phone later? I think they are not common outside the USA.

Is there an idiomatic term to that kind of ads?

I've thought of "tabbed ads" and "tear-away ads" but I've just made that up.

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    General "flyers".
    – Dan Bron
    Apr 23, 2015 at 14:40
  • Tear-away ads:google.it/…
    – user66974
    Apr 23, 2015 at 14:41

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I've always called the bits at the bottom "tear strips". As, apparently, do others.

The whole page is just a flyer, bulletin or ad(vertisement).

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