Last day to get Holiday Cards for $0.22 shipped (including postage!)

Reminder: This deal ends tonight (November 20, 2012).

Cardstore is offering 70% off the price of any of their Christmas cards when you use coupon code CCN2270. This offer is valid through tomorrow only (Tuesday, November 20, 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 CCN2270 to get 70% off.

You’ll pay as low as $0.22 per card (including the postage stamp!). Valid through November 20, 2012.

Thanks, Freebies 4 Mom!

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  1. Amy says

    I just did this and used the code THANKS4U for 75% off! I got 29 cards printed and mailed right to the people on my address list for $6.49. (I typed in “value” in the search box to find the less expensive card styles).

    • Korin says

      bummer. i just read your post after i submitted my order :( I got 70% off so it is still a good deal. My total before the coupon was $170 and after it was $51!

  2. Jennifer says

    Has anyone done this with their Christmas cards before? I am wondering about giving the company all my family and friends addresses. I know that their privacy policy says that they only use the addresses to mail the card, but do they keep to that. Do the addresss ever end up on any type of a mailing list ever? I would hate to do that to my family and friends.

  3. Sissy Sweet says

    Used the 75 % off, and ordered all my Christmas cards. Thank you so much, Crystal for posting so many card deals. I have my childrens birthday cards ordered too.

  4. Molly says

    Just a heads up, I ordered cards on 11/16 when a deal for was first posted. I received my cards yesterday with no stamps. I called customer service and they tried to tell me that I needed to have print both the “TO” and “FROM” for each card to get the stamp (I just had them print the “FROM”). Doesn’t really say that anywhere on their site…

    • :D says

      The only way they are going to give you the stamps is if you provide the addresses for them. You do need to fill our your return address and all the addresses of the people you’re sending them to if you want the free postage.

    • Molly says

      From FAQs:
      “You can have us ship them back to you as boxed cards. For this option, you can leave your envelopes blank, or you can tell us how to prepare them. We can include the TO address, FROM address and a stamp.”

      You can tell us how to prepare them? Doesn’t this seem like you have your choice? Maybe I’m the only one…

  5. Kari says

    WARNING: These cards are not printed on photo paper. They have super speedy service (I had them shipped to my home), but I was very disappointed in the product. All they print on is card stock.

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