St. Louis Billboard Locations
We have billboards throughout the St. Louis area. With Blip, you can currently advertise in the following areas:
- St. Louis
- Poplar St. Bridge
- St. Charles
- Maryland Heights
- Town and Country
- Valley Park
- Alton, Illinois
- See all Missouri locations
Let us know if you have any questions about the billboards in St. Louis. To see specific location information, create a free account and thumb around through our app!
Advertise on this east facing billboard along I-370 just west of N 3rd Street.
Advertise on both sides of this billboard in Hazelwood on I-270 just west of James S. McDonnell Boulevard.
St. Louis Airport
Advertise on this billboard on I-70 adjacent to the Lambert St. Louis International Airport.
I-70 Near Berkley
Advertise on this east-facing billboard on I-70 just west of I-170.
Advertise on this north-facing billboard on I-170 just north of St. Charles Rock Road.
Advertise on this east-facing billboard along Page Avenue just east of Lindbergh Boulevard.
Advertise on both sides of this billboard on Manchester Road.
Advertise on both sides of this billboard on Highway 141 just south of I-44.
Advertise on both sides of this billboard near Sam’s Club on I-44 in Kirkwood.
VA Medical Center
Advertise on this west-facing billboard along I-255 just west of the Mississippi River.
Poplar St. Bridge
Advertise facing east or west on Poplar St. Bridget just east of the Mississippi River. Advertise to drivers commuting into Missouri or Illinois.
Midtown St. Louis
Advertise on this east-facing billboard east of Jefferson Avenue.
Advertise on this north-facing billboard just west of Kingshigway Boulevard.
Advertise on this east-facing billboard at the merge of MO-94 and MO-364.
Advertise on this east-facing billboard along Homer Adams Parkway in Alton, Illinois across the street from Target.
Advertise on this north-facing billboard at the intersection of I-70 and MO-94.
St. Louis Billboard Cost
You can pay as little or as much as you want with Blip. Our pricing works based on one “blip” at a time. A blip is anywhere from 7.5 to 10 seconds on a rotating billboard. The cost depends on the location in St. Louis and time you choose. You can get started on any budget. Here are average costs of billboards and their results: