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Cardstore.com: Send personalized Holiday Cards directly to your recipients for just $0.29 (today only)!

This very, very popular deal is back again for today only!

Today only (December 12, 2012), Cardstore.com has a deal running where you can send personalized Holiday Cards directly to your recipients for just $0.29 shipped!

Just create your holiday card, choose a recipient, choose the date you want it to be mailed, and use coupon code CCP2229 and it’ll cost you just $0.29 per card, including the stamp!

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  1. Anna says

    I did this deal this morning. I selected to have them address the envelopes, and mail the cards to me. In the shopping cart it shows that my cards will be “Addressed and Stamped”, all for the cost of 29cents. Less than the cost of a stamp!

  2. K says

    I’ve been way behind scrapbooking, so did all photo cards with the plan to scrapbook them. That way the matting is already on the photos (that is if they look good!). I had them put my return address & utility companies addresses on all the cards, so they will be stamped.
    (“Addressed & stamped” was on my receipt). That way I’ll have stamped envelopes to send in utility payments for &.29 each! I’ll have to add $.01 stamps to each after January 27, when postage rates increase.

  3. Susan in St. Louis says

    Fabulous! We sent out “Valentine’s Letters” each year to avoid the crazy Christmas letter rush, but I just spent half an hour and under $7 to send cute cards to 23 people…thank you! That will be a fun surprise for them. :)

  4. Kara says

    Thank you !!! I was just saying I wanted to send cards and with 3 kids uploading a photo and typing at my personal computer in the comfort of my home for a fraction of what I would have paid makes me one happy mommy!!

    Merry Christmas!

  5. L says

    Is this only good on holiday cards or any card? Do you think you can make holiday thank you’s early?? Would be a great deal if you could… just have them stamped and addressed and sent to me?

    • L says

      They are only holiday… BUT there is a photo option in the folder cards that says nothing so technically you can make it a thank you or whatever you like. I might take a pic of my kids in front of the tree in their pj’s holding a sign that says thank you.

      • Becky says

        A few questions: is all Christmas cards included (even photo ones), I have to send 100 cards — how does that work — do I type in 100 addresses?

        • MomofTwoPreciousGirls says

          I just ordered 44 photo cards (3 photos on the cards). They are being mailed directly and stamped. The price dropped first from $2.29 to $1.99 for a bulk order. Then there is still a code for 70% off. So I paid $26 to have it all done for me.

          I would have spent twice that amount (and triple the time) to order the card prints, buy envelopes, address and stamp each card and then remember to actually put them in the mail!

          Also, Ebates has 7.5% cash back today so really only spent $24!! WOOHOO!!

  6. Renee says

    I knew I procrastinated on writing my Christmas letter this year for a reason!!!
    Was just going to use left over cards and write a letter this year to save, but I sent 43 pic cards with a little update about each of us for $12.49, I would have paid more in stamps with the regular cards! What a great deal, and I don’t have to stuff them, bonus :)

  7. Melina Gross says

    I am very disappointed!!! I just received my box of 75 cards in the mail from cardstore and they do NOT have a stamp on them. I just went back to the website and looked at their FAQ section where it talks about the shipping/stamp policy and it appears that the company has just changed their policy from having the stamp included to now being an extra cost. Can anyone confirm, besides myself, that they saw where the company was supposed to include the stamp on the envelopes? Crystal, if you could contact this company that would be great! We just received our cards and had NOT planned to have to fork out an extra 40 or 50 dollars for stamps. Thanks!

    • says

      As mentioned in the post, the cards had to be shipped directly to your recipient in order to receive free shipping. My apologies that you missed that part. :( It may be cheaper to order cards again from Cardstore.com and ship them directly to your recipients (I think you can still use coupon code THANKS4U to get 75% off.)

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