I don’t know if you’ve noticed this or not, but… um, well, it’s already mid-December. Yeah. I said it. Do you know where your holiday cards are? No? Well, let me see if I can help you out.
Right now at VistaPrint you can order 20 custom holiday cards for just $1.99. At that price, you won’t feel too bad when you have to upgrade to express shipping.
And go ahead and make the shipping worth your while—browse around their other winter clearance items and pick up a few other things, while you’re there.
But do hurry up and take care of the cards. Otherwise people will wonder if something happened to you. Or if you just don’t like them anymore.
Yes! Everyone do your part this Christmas! Its the 10th of December and I have yet to receive a single card!
Seriously…between facebook, twitter and here…I might never leave the couch again! Thanks for the tips! 🙂
This is all about teaching your friends. Just remember the 12 days of Christmas begin (not end) on December 25. Thus, you have clear through January 5 to get Christmas cards out and still make the cutoff. Booya.
See, this is what I get for being on top of it. Had I not gotten my cards out Nov 30th I could have gotten this deal!!! Next year I’m slacking…
I bought the cards, they’re even (mostly) addressed.
I just can’t seem to remember to buy stamps! And where’s a deal on those when you need it?
I mailed my cards yesterday morning. They have been done – complete in envelopes with addresses and stamps – since Nov 30 and it still took me over a week to get them from my kitchen to the mailbox.
I’ve used VistaPrint to make Christmas postcards for the last 2 years. The postcards are free for 100. It costs about $5.00 to download a picture onto them. I downloaded a picture on the front and a small one on the back. No envelopes, cheaper stamps and they hardly cost a thing!
The deal is no longer good, I finished my card and it still said $1.99 and when i got to the end the price had gone up 🙁
I ordered the Vista Print photo cards–and I was REALLY impressed with the quality. Plus, I could personalize the back, so that takes care of the Chrismas “paragraph” letter done. While I didn’t get them on that good of a sale, prices went down a great deal after Thanksgiving. And the slow shipping didn’t take nearly as long as they said it would. Now I just need to find time to address the envelopes…