75% off cards + free postage = cards for as low as $0.22 shipped!

Black Friday! 75% off Holiday Cards & Invites + FREE Shipping at Cardstore, Use Coupon Code: CCN2175

Well, Cardstore has done it again! If you didn’t get a chance to order your Christmas cards yet, here’s your chance again!

Cardstore is offering 75% off the price of any of their Christmas cards when you use coupon code CCN2175. This offer is valid through November 25, 2012.

You can get cards for as low as $0.21 to $0.22 each after the coupon code. Plus, this price includes the postage stamps!

Here’s how to get this deal:

::Go to and choose a Christmas photo card (starting at $1.09 — bulk pricing on these cards can make them as low as $0.21-$0.22 shipped).
::Personalize your card.
::Choose Free Shipping + Free Stamp at checkout.
::Enter your mailing addresses.
::Go to checkout and use coupon code CCN2175 to get 75% off.

You’ll pay as low as $0.22 per card (including the postage stamp!). Valid through November 25, 2012.

Thanks, Freebies 4 Mom!

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  1. Pamela says

    WOW! An incredible deal! I just did this. Feels good to have all my Christmas cards DONE before Thanksgiving. Thanks for posting about this deal, Crystal.

  2. Alicia says

    I ordered 60 cards- (50 mailed directly to our friends and family) – for 11.87!
    I agree with Pamela… It feels great to get my Christmas cards done so early.

  3. anonymous says

    I’ve ordered from this company a few times now, and the stamps only seem to be included if you are having the company mail the card(s) directly to the recipient. If you want the card to come to you first for any reason, you do not get the free stamps.

  4. anonymous says

    Also, there are volume discounts available! I ordered 20 of the same card this time, so the price went from $2.99 each to $2.19 each, then used the coupon code, so my total for 20 cards was $10.95, so about $.55/card.

  5. Elizabeth says

    Hi! Does anyone know if we can order these and have them sent out after a certain date? Or do they get sent right away? I’d rather wait a few weeks to send Christmas cards, but REALLY want to take advantage of this deal………………..;)

  6. says

    I was so impressed by this offer!!

    My husband’s family lives in Romania and I was shocked that I was not charged extra (I think?) for international delivery!! I got almost 15 cards sent to me and 82 to be delivered to others for just over $23!

    This is so much cheaper than sending Christmas cards yourself, and it’s so much easier! Yea! :)

  7. Wendy says

    Great deal! Be careful not to hit back space if you make a mistake as you type in all the addresses because you will lose ALL of them if they have not been added to your cart previously:(
    If you have them shipped to you do they have stamps?

  8. JB says

    What an incredible deal!! I love the fact that my Christmas cards are officially done. I got 126 cards for ONLY $21.79 SHIPPED!! The stamps alone would have been $56.70. Thanks for letting us know about this amazing offer!!

  9. says

    Thanks for posting this great deal. The last few years I haven’t sent out a lot of Christmas cards because we just couldn’t afford the extra expense of cards and postage. We got a (fairly decent) family picture today and I finally sat down and got my cards. I’m so happy about this! :) And while I do like to include a personal touch it was just too good of a deal to pass over. 😉

    • Ann says

      my order says they will be “addressed and stamped” and sent to me….but based on comments above can anyone comment if they will actually be STAMPED if they are sent in bulk to me with addresses on them? that was part of the attractiveness of the deal to me! thanks for any insight.

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