Get 75% Off Holiday Greeting Cards Plus Get FREE Shipping and FREE Stamps!

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If you haven’t gotten a chance to order your Holiday cards yet- this great offer is still available!

There’s a great offer from Cardstore right now on custom Holiday Greetings! Right now you can get 75% off Holiday Cards & Invites using the Coupon Code: THANKS4U.

They have some nice 8×4″ Value sized flat cards for as low as $1.09 each before code, AND you get a volume discount the more you order, AND you get FREE Shipping AND to make it even better, you can get FREE stamps if you mail them directly to your recipients.

I know everyone’s quantity needed will vary but just as an example, you can add (30) 8×4 value cards to your cart like the one  I made above (but there’s lots of other designs to choose from), bringing the cost down from $1.09 per card to .89 cents per card before code. You can also choose to have them delivered direct to your recipients which means they will provide the postage and mail your cards for FREE!

After using the code THANKS4U at checkout you will get 75% off your order plus the FREE stamps for a grand total of $6.71. The postage alone to mail 30 cards would be $13.50, so it is almost like them paying you to order your cards through them! 🙂

To mail directly to recipients is a lot easier when you create an address book first. Making this address book is easy, and Cardstore offers plenty of promotions throughout the year- many times even FREE cards, so you will likely use it again in the future. To create your address book, just go HERE and create a new account or log in if you already have one. Click on “My Account” at top right and then click on “Address Book” and add your addresses.

Once you are done with your address book, now create your custom card. You can choose any style you want, but if you are looking for the value cards that are $1.09, just enter the word “value” in the search box at top right to find them quickly. When you are done creating your card you are then given your shipping option. You get FREE shipping no matter what, even if you choose to have them mailed to yourself.

If you would like them all stamped and mailed for FREE, choose “Mail to the Recipient”, and once you do that, your address book will pop up and you can choose your recipients.

After you are done choosing your recipients from your address book, you are now given an option to send right away or choose the date you want them delivered.  Once you select to schedule a date, a form will pop up to enter the delivery date of your choosing.

Cardstore does a great job and their cards are great quality- I have yet to be disappointed with ANYTHING I have ordered from them! Just go HERE to check out this great offer and use the code THANKS4U at checkout to get that 75% Off your total. You can use this code more than once, so keep that in mind if you want to order extra cards to have on hand just in case, or if you need two different types of Holiday cards you can do separate orders and use the code more than once per account. 🙂 This offer is valid thru December 11th, 2012.

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  1. Extremely disappointed with a recent order! Took the time (a lot of time, since I am the slowest typist in the world.) to enter in 40 addresses thought they were to be addresse , stamped and shipped to the recipient. Low and behold, a package arrives in my mailbox with the 40 cards and blank envelopes. What!!! I was also extremely diappointed with the quality of the card. The picture on the card was not crisp and clear. Called customer service and basically was told ( almost to the point of being scolded) that it was all my fault and there was nothing they will do. Really! Customer satisfaction IS NOT a priority here! Walgreens will get my Christmas card order next year. Cheaper than these cards and if the quality is not right, they will fix it. Bah humbug to Cardstore!

  2. Hi Kerry! I just wanted to let you know that when you order from Cardstore and have them shipped to you (but choose “print my return address and my recipient’s address”) they will also include free stamps. I know it is a little confusing by their selections b/c it looks like the only way they are stamped is if you have them mailed directly to the recipient.
    I placed a large order last year, had them all sent to me (they do this in bulk/all in one box) but chose for Cardstore to put both my address and the recipients address on each card. They came stamped. I did the same thing this year. The reason I choose to have them shipped to me first is so I can write something personal in some of the cards and to just double-check that everything is correct. After reading your post on this, I got a little worried that they wouldn’t be stamped this year, so I went on live chat. She confirmed that mine will be stamped and “Our mailing options that include stamps require the return address and recipient address to be printed on the envelope”. When Cardstore offers free cards during the year, I usually get them with blank envelopes, but occasionally I get one with both addresses to mail a “just saying hi” kind of card to my grandparents. When I choose to print my return address & grandparents’ address on the envelope, it is sent to me already stamped. I can mail it out whenever I choose and write a note in it too. Just FYI 🙂

  3. Hey Adam- at the top rigt of the cardstore site just type in the word “value” and it will bring up all the cards for $1.09. hth!

  4. I couldnt find any cards uner 2.29 starting price nor could I find the card you have pictured above. Anyone hae any luck finding cheaper cards?

  5. I got my Christmas cards all done thanks to I made two designs because I couldn’t decide which ones to give out. It was such a great deal and I absolutely love the cards they offer.

  6. Did this today. One more thing to get crossed off my to-do list and cheaper than I could pay for postage. Thank you!

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