Cardstore.com: 70% off cards + free postage = cards for as low as $0.22 shipped!

If you didn’t get a chance to order your Christmas cards yet, here’s your chance again!

Cardstore is offering 70% off the price of any of their Christmas cards when you use coupon code CCP2470. This offer is valid through December 2, 2012.

You can get cards for as low as $0.22 each after the coupon code. Plus, this price includes the postage stamps if you choose to send the cards directly to your recipients.

Here’s how to get this deal:

::Go to Cardstore.com 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 for your recipients.
::Go to checkout and use coupon code CCP2470 to get 70% off.

You’ll pay as low as $0.22 per card (including the postage stamp!). Valid through December 11, 2012.

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  1. Sissy Sweet says

    This deal is good through December 11th, 2012. Your post says December 2nd. Just thought you should know.

  2. Carissa says

    How did you find the ones you can get for 22 cents? I’m only finding the cards for 69 cents after the code.

    • Jennie says

      Do a search for value 4×8 cards and then you will fine the $1.09 cards. I couldn’t find them until I entered that search.

  3. Heather B says

    Thanks for this great savings! I just purchased 50 cards including shipping and postage for each card for under $30 and they are adorable!!! Without this code they would have been just under $100-yikes! Thanks for all you do moneysavingmom:) Happy Holidays!

  4. Leslie says

    Any suggestions if you want to send out a Christmas letter, too? I’d love to take advantage of the stamps… but I don’t see how it is possible to do both. Any ideas?

    • Melissa says

      I believe if they ship them to you you still get an stamped envelope. At least that’s what I understood when I placed my order.

      Also use promo code THANKS4U and you get 75% off. I just sent 34 cards for $7.56. It was awesome!!

      • Anna says

        You don’t get a stamped envelope. Card store will pay one shipping cost, either to ship the card to you or to ship the card directly to the recipient. I think you can chose to have them send you a stamped envelope, but there’s a surcharge for that.

    • Kim says

      You can even have them shipped to you & get the free stamps, but usually will have to have them address the cards. Mark the right boxes/circles!! Also, go through ebates.com to possibly get 7.5% cash back or MrRebates.com to possibly get 10% cash back (today’s cash back %). I’m hoping the cash back will work with the 75% discount I just used. I just paid $2.47 for 10 cards including postage stamps.

      • says

        Are you sure they can be sent to you and still have stamps? I did some each way, but the ones I had sent to me did not come stamped. Maybe there is something I missed checking, but I didn’t think so. Besides, it makes sense that they would not be stamped because the “free shipping” was them shipping multiple cards to me.

        • Kim says

          This is the 3rd or 4th time I’ve ordered from them. I’ve always had them sent to me, because I like to hand write something on the cards to make them more personal. I’ve received the cards from CardStore.com with stamps on the envelopes on previous orders. I actually contacted customer service this past week & was told “only mailing options which include both recipient and return address will include stamps.” I placed another order with the 75% off special. It has shipped, but I have not received it yet. I do recommend double or triple checking what you’ve marked before clicking submit on your order. I hope that helps! I also went through Mr. Rebates & have already received my 10% cash back credit!! I’m very, very pleased with this company!!! :) :) :)

      • says

        After reading other’s comments I think I see why mine did not come with stamps. I have cute return address stickers I wanted to use, so though they were addressed I did not include a return address. It looks like if you have both they can come pre-stamped shipped to you!

    • Tiffany says

      To include a letter…Look under the Holiday drop down menu at the top. There is an option for Christmas Newletters. Looks like the cheapest is $2.29 and you can use the 75% off code with it. Very cool.

      So excited about this deal! Makes me feel better about waiting so long to order cards this year. I’ve been missing the free card deals from the past few years, but these make up for it!

    • Beth says

      there are a few that you can include your letter with. Looked through the folded cards, and there is space inside for a letter. That’s what we did and it fit perfectly!

  5. Donna says

    I ordered these the last time they offered the deep discount. The cards were fantastic! I ordered them on Friday night and most were received by Monday or Tuesday. Ebates worked for me with the code.

  6. TiaZhan says

    This is an awesome deal! Thanks for letting us know about it. I was afraid I wasn’t going to make it this year with cards for Christmas but now I”m all done and it was 28 cards for $7.48 (shipped!).

  7. Ashley says

    Thanks for posting this! I used the 75% off code and got 12 cards for less than $3 mailed straight to everyone’s doors! Christmas cards are DONE!

    • Jen says

      So excited…I thought I had waited to long to get a good deal. I used Thanks4U and I got 11 5 x 7 (1.99) flat cards directly shipped to family. 18 5x 7 (1.99 ) flat cards shippped to me, as well as 40 (1.09) cards shipped to me – all for $23.33. I saved 69.98!

  8. 1bsymom says

    I just ordered mine….so easy to do! What a sweet deal! I ended up ordering 54 cards (not the cheaper ones–mine were $1.29 a card originally). I received a bulk discount and the 70%!! Total was about $32 printed, stuffed and mailed!!! Thank for the information!

  9. Cari says

    Thanks for posting this…….seriously……cards and postage cheaper than I would pay for the postage! Crazy!

  10. Abbey says

    I did it last time with the 75% off and had them shipped to me addressed. The cards are great! They were 17 cents a piece with the 45cent stamps attached. Amazing deal, I don’t know how they make any money.

    • Kari says

      Help! I’d love to have them shipped to me first and have them stamped. I just don’t see where that is an option. The only option that specifically says that it includes free stamps is under the “mail to recipient.” If I have them mailed to me, it does say that they will be shipped free, but I take that to mean they will be shipped to ME for free. It says nothing about coming stamped for me to send out. Thanks!

      • Kim says

        I contacted CardStore customer support today and asked. Here’s the response I received:
        Mikala O.: Thank you for contacting Cardstore.com.
        Mikala O.: only mailing options which include both recipient and return address will include stamps

      • Abbey says

        Kari,
        It is not stated that it is included but it is. You must have them address them for you in order to get the stamps. I double checked this with the online chat customer service and just wrote down the girls name in case there was a problem. I would do the online chat just to make sure this is still the case.

        All 123 cards came stuffed inside their individually addresses and stamped envelopes to my house. It was awesome! I wrote notes on the ones I wanted to and left the others plain. My husband is still so impressed with what a great deal it was!

        I also purchased them through ebates so got the 7.5% back as well!

        • Kari says

          Thank you Abbey and Kim for taking the time to reply!! This makes sense, and I will contact customer support tomorrow and make sure that is still the case. I really appreciate your help on this AWESOME deal!!

  11. Andrea says

    Quick question for those who have ordered in the past, will the postage only be included if they are mailed directly to the addresses that I provide? I am a little confused with some of the comments here. It does say free shipping, but, I take that to mean free shipping for them to send the cards to me.

    Thanks for any help! (Sorry my brain isn’t fully grasping this, lol!! ) Such a GREAT deal!!

    • Kim says

      See my response above. You MUST have them address the return address & recipient’s address for them to include the free postage stamps. Since I started doing this I’ve always had them mail the cards stamped & pre-addressed to my address. That way I can write personal notes in them before mailing them. They do quantity discounts–click on the pricing link at the bottom of their web page.

  12. says

    Thanks so much for this coupon! I got 45 cards for $12.01 – I would have loved to utilize their free postage but I didn’t have all my addresses ready to go. Still, what a nice deal!

    • Stacey says

      I uploaded an excel spreadsheet to enter my contacts….see their form you can download. It was super easy for me as I already had a spreadsheet I just had to update!

  13. Michele says

    I ordered 69 of the value cards, addressed for me, and 31 cards, not addressed. I got the discount for ordering 100 cards, plus used the THANKS4Ucode for 75% off. The cards that were addressed with my return address and the recipient’s address were shipped TO ME WITH a stamp on it. I was able to then write on the card and include a letter if I wanted. Total cost was less than $18.
    You enter your recipient’s addresses and then Cardstore will address and stamp for you, even if they are shipped to your home. I called Customer Service twice to make sure of this and got my cards last week just as I ordered.
    I figured I had to address my cards anyway, and it was easier to type it in then to handwrite each one…

  14. says

    Have any of you looked into the cost comparison of doing this compared to buying cards on clearance after XMas the year prior? It almost sounds like this deal is still better. Just trying to plan ahead for next year! ;) Do you think this kind of thing is something I could count on in the future? Thanks! :)

    • Jen says

      This deal is definitely better, because the stamps are included! Stamps cost 44 cents, I believe, so 22 cents for a card with a stamp is an awesome deal!

  15. Jennifer says

    Has anyone who has used Cardstore before had a problem with giving out friends and families addresses? I know their privacy policy says they only use the addresses to send the cards, but my husband is very leery of giving out other peoples addresses in case they get used for other things (like being sold to third parties, junk mail, promotional material) we would hate to do that to our family and friends.

    • Jen says

      I’ve ordered from Cardstore several times, and had them address the cards. I’ve never had a problem with them using the addresses for any reason other than sending the cards. You set up an address book on their website, and then choose the recipients at checkout.

  16. Lori says

    I ordered some of these a few weeks ago and they were received today. They turned out very nice.

    I had a few extras mailed to my house (using everyone’s name in the family plus the name of both the fish … LOL) so I would have extras in case I forgot anybody. I have some extra envelopes from last year’s cards and they will fit quite nicely. Overall I was very pleased with the quality and they even had a “real” stamp and not just a pre-printed one on the corner.

    One word of caution, though. Type your addresses into a Word document then copy and paste them into their site. I typed all my addresses in and then their system lost it, so I had to do it all over again. I won’t make that mistake twice.

    • Jen says

      That happened to me too! I remedied it by going to the address book in my account, and entering all the addresses there first, instead of during checkout. It saves each one after you enter it. Best of all, now they’re all there if I order from cardstore again. I did this deal last year, and thought for sure the addresses would be saved somewhere, but they weren’t. Now they will be there for next year.

  17. Bianca says

    Thank you so much! I didn’t know if we were going to be able to send out cards this year, but this deal allowed us to do so and for less than we have ever spent. What an awesome blessing you gave us! Thanks.

  18. PS says

    Ugh! Don’t you hate it when you get a sweet deal and then it gets sweeter?

    I rushed and stressed to get my cards done yesterday to get the 70% off. Today, it looks like ALL cards are $.29! Sure, I got mine for $.24, but I had to choose from the 20 or so value options. Oh well!

    The main point is, if someone missed the deal through yesterday, they should definitely take advantage of the one today!

  19. Jen says

    Be careful with this! I ordered and received no postage. Apparently, you have to have them print return address, and recipient address on the envelopes to also get the free stamps. They will then send you the entire package of stamped and addressed envelopes. Because I misunderstood this, I am out postage, and have to hand address each one. :( You win some and you lose some. And sometimes, losing means a higher time cost than others.

    • says

      As mentioned in the post, you only get free shipping if you ship them directly to your recipients. My apologies if that wasn’t clear — and I’m so sorry about the stamps you’ll have to purchase. :(