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Minted: Get $50 off $50+ order plus free shipping!

Update: This now only works with a $100+ purchase.

Minted is currently offering a free $25 credit when you sign up here.

Sign up for the free $25 credit and then put at least $50 worth of Holiday Cards in your cart (this promo only works on Holiday Cards) and go to checkout. Use your $25 credit, plus coupon code HOL25SHIP and you should be able to get $50 total off any $50+ order plus free shipping!

The promo code of HOL25SHIP is valid through November 12, 2012.

Be sure to sign up for your own referral link if you want to pass this deal onto your friends. You’ll earn a $25 credit to Minted.com for every friend who signs up through your link and places an order!

Thanks, Queen Bee Coupons!

(Note: The link in this post is my referral link. Read my disclosure policy here.)

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      • A Mom says

        I think you have to have at least $50 in your cart to use both. It won’t let you use a partial credit for the referral credit. I haven’t found a card that was over $50 without spending $14+ on them. Let me know if anyone finds a card that would be around $50.

    • Meghan says

      I am so confused. The way I was looking at it even after 50 off it was still going to be 60 dollars. Am I doing something wrong?

  1. melissa says

    Looks like it would work, but the cheapest option I could find was 25 flat cards for $64. So still $14 after the promo and discount. Not the worst deal, but I might wait a while and see if I can find a better deal.

  2. Rachel says

    I got 25 for $5 after signing up and using promo code. The smaller cards are $55 for 25, so that makes them just $5 after using promo.

      • Rachel says

        I clicked on the Holiday Card tab on the home page and then clicked on the Non-Photo Holiday Cards. Once on that page I scrolled down until I saw a smaller square shaped card clicked on it and changed the quantity to 25. You can get 25 of the smaller square cards for $55. Most of their choices are larger cards, but the do have some cute smaller ones. I hope this helps

  3. Sarah says

    Neither one is working for me. I’m not sure what the problem is. I got my original email with personal coupon code 8 days ago. Have I waited too long to use it? Online chat wasn’t working either, so I emailed the company.

  4. heather parker says

    The website must have gotten slammed, because last night there were several options for 25 cards at $50 and this morning the same cards are now 25 for $64…. Too bad, I don’t think I want to pay $14 for 25 cards…

  5. Catrina says

    HELP! I am having a baby girl on Nov 15 (thats my due date any way) and im wanting to make use of these differant Picture promos but…
    I can do christmas cards with out her but im not sure about that. Anyone have some ideas on how i can make use of these great deals? I also have a 2 year old son.

  6. says

    I made 50 postcards for Christmas. I like doing postcards because they are cute, less paper involved and cheeper on stamps. :) The postcards cost me $19 (which was .38 cents per card). There might have be a better deal out there, but I was happy with this one. Plus, the card turned out super cute! Crystal, I stayed on your referral page. I hope you get a credit and can make something fun for your family too for free! Thanks for the heads up!

  7. Jennifer says

    I found the postcards and a journal but when I go to checkout it shows the $25 credit plus the free shipping but where do I get the code for the 2nd $25? Dont see any email or anything that came. Confused?!?!?!?!?

  8. Martha says

    Thank you so much!!!!! I just used your link and ordered my cards. I read your blog everyday and learn so much. Thanks. : )

  9. Laura says

    FYI: As of 11/11 (at least), they said that due to “gross abuse” of the refer a friend program, they raised their minimum purchase amount to $100 (therefore $25 off $100). After having a live chat with an employee, they would not budge, even though when I signed up for an account a few days ago the minimum was $50. Though, I liked their products, I told them I won’t buy from a company with dishonest practices. btw, Love your website!

  10. sharon says

    just fyi, but they increased the min to use refer-a-friend to $100 because they said that too many people were abusing the system (customer service rep’s words). when the promotional credit is over on tuesday, the refer-a-friend credit will not have a $100 threshold anymore.

    • Vanessa says

      Just noticed that too, Sharon! I don’t want to spend $100!! Great, all that time I spent perfecting my card is wasted. I only wanted to order 50, because, lets face it, who sends out Christmas cards anymore? I just counted, and last year I didn’t receive very many!

  11. Mandi says

    I had planned on making cards tonight- but after I saw that you now need a min. of $100- yeah, that is not going to happen. Oh Well. They had cute designs, but sorry not worth the big bucks:(

    • Julie Hinds says

      Please post with correct information from the beginning, this is very important if you’re running a blog. I printed the information for referring to as I made my order and your referral originally said it was good through the 14th, and as I tried to use it today, they tell me it expired on the 12th. I’m sure you said the 14th, but I didn’t see any updates, this is very frustrating to me because I spent a lot of time on it and could easily have ordered on the 12th if I’d have known. Now I have to decide if it’s worth it for only $25 off, just please post with correct expiration dates, you are not the only one with this problem though, I’ve seen it by someone else today saying it goes through the 18th. Just wanted to let you know.

      • says

        Unfortunately, they changed the offer before the expiration date. I updated my post when this change happened for those of you who hadn’t gotten in on the deal yet. I’m so sorry it didn’t work out for you. :(

        • Julie Hinds says

          So the company changed the qualifications and the expiration date from the 14th to the 12th then? Sorry to have sounded harsh, the company denies this and tells me that I shouldn’t “trust the information to be correct from 3rd party sources”. I can’t believe they told me that, they will not confirm they changed the date from the 14th to the 12th. I still placed my order because I had spent so much time on it, but I will find somewhere else next year. Lesson learned to confirm a code with the company the day you make the order, my problem was I printed out the information when it first appeared and used that to complete my order promo codes never thinking they would take back on offer.

          • Julie Hinds says

            I just checked the date I printed this offer which says the offer expired on the 14, I printed it on 11/6, they changed the date the next day it would seem from reading your replies to the original post. I still can’t believe I talked to 3 people from the company yesterday, 1 live and 2 chat people trying to figure out why the promo code was invalid, not one of them told me the company changed the offer, they continued to blame my “3rd party” sources, this does not speak well for this company.

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