Card-giving for the lazy (and cheap)

St. Patrick’s Day is coming up, you know. And Easter. And maybe Great-Aunt Myrtle’s birthday, too. There’s always something, is the point. And are you really going to make it to the card store, do your shopping without hyperventilating over the cost (maybe that’s just me…), and then go home, write on the cards, find your stamps, and remember to mail them?

If you said “yes” then you’re clearly a more organized and better person than I am.

Alternatively, right now you could hop on over to Cardstore.com and use coupon code CCE3301 to get personalized cards for just $.99 each. You can add your own picture, text, even sign it, all online. And then you can have them send it for you, too. Even after you pay for shipping, you’re still at under $3 for the whole shebang, which—let’s face it—is cheaper than the cards at the big box store, and that’s before you figure in time and gas and stamps and just having the organization to make it all happen.

Plus, this way you look fancy. And organized. Win/win!

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2 Responses to “Card-giving for the lazy (and cheap)”

  1. 1
    amelia March 1, 2013 at 4:47 pm #

    AND you can have them send it to be delivered by a certain date. I sent these for Valentine’s Day and was really impressed with the one I saw.

  2. 2
    mkw March 4, 2013 at 4:36 pm #

    I’ve been using this company off and on for years. Fantastic quality. I also find they deliver within a week during non-rush seasons (i.e. Christmas). Always search for discount codes. My Christmas order for 130 folded photo cards was around $200+ until I added the code and brought it down to $60 plus change. Again. Amazing quality. Hands-down better than the big box card store that rhymes with wallbark!!!