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Listen up, y’all: it’s time to order your 2017 holiday cards, if you haven’t already! I know you’re thinking “but Whitney, it’s barely October! I’ve still got a couple months left before I need to worry about that!”
But if you want the best deals, then you need to act now. Here’s a round up of the best holiday card coupon codes I’ve seen so far — but don’t wait, as you’ll soon be left with nothing but full price options in the very near future.
Yesterday, Minted launched their “Autumn Event”, with code Autumn17. Using the code will earn you 10% off holiday card orders of $100 or more, and 15% off orders of $150 or more. Minted’s new 2017 line is all about foil embossing, plus free recipient addressing if you upload your address list at the time of ordering.
This is the printer I went with this year. Tiny Prints is a household name at this point in the stationery game, but were recently acquired by photo-book powerhouse Shutterfly. The merger is a windfall for customers, however, as Shutterfly has some great sale options. Through next week (October 17th) you can get 10 free holiday cards and 25% off additional cards with the code 10FREE and stacked free shipping with code TPSHIP. Alternatively, you can also order a Groupon for $30 off $60, $50 off $100, or $75 off $150, and the Groupon deal is ALSO stackable with the free shipping promotion. Tiny Prints 2017 line also features a lot of foil, as well as “real glitter” cards and gate-fold cards.
For the budget conscious, I’m a big fan of the “holiday postcard” option, as opposed to a true holiday card with envelope. If that’s also up your alley, then Zazzle has you covered with 25% off all holiday products using code ZAZZBIGSTOCK. But here again, you can actually get an even better offer via Groupon, who’s offering 110 custom 5″x7″ custom cards, invitations, or announcements with shipping included for just $44.99. You’re not going to get fancy embellishments with Zazzle the way you will with the higher end purveyors, but it’s hard to beat the price.
Vistaprint is another budget option, and offers an absolutely huge range of card options as well as a “design your own” option if you’re feeling particularly creative. They’re currently offering 50% off with code HOLIDAY, which lowers the cost of the most inexpensive cards to just $0.34 cents per card!
Last year, we ended up going with Photo Affections, and the cards turned out great. This year, they’re offering 35% off sitewide — no code needed — and that also includes accessories like address stampers, calendar, and more. But once again, they offer an even better deal via Groupon. 100 photo cards costs just $37.99, a 77% discount.
In short, there’s no time like the present to order you holiday cards! Don’t forget to tell me which ones you go with (or any other great deals you find) in the comments as well!