In my quest for a slower and more meaningful December spent with friends and family, I plan on completing 30 Days of tasks to get ready for Christmas before Thanksgiving…and I invite you to join me.
Day 16: Order Christmas Cards
Now that you have your Christmas card photo and your Christmas card list, today is the day to order your Christmas cards (or at least think about where you want to place an order and keep your eyes open for a good deal).
In the past, I’ve created my own card design and just printed them as 4×6 prints from Costco for less than $0.10 per card. Then other years, I’ve gone with the more traditional wider holiday card and found deals at Groupon.
Some ways to save on Christmas Cards:
- Check the prices at your local warehouse club (like Costco or Sam’s Club) for cards
- Check out Groupon or LivingSocial for deals on cards. You want to make sure you check out what your per card price will be after the discount and also be sure to factor shipping into the total price to determine if it’s a good deal to you.
- Check my site for direct card deals (like 30 cards for only $4.99 shipped for new InkGarden users, 70% off Holiday Cards at Cardstore.com when you use coupon code CCN2070 – through today, 10 FREE Holiday Cards from Tiny Prints, and up to 61% off Holiday Cards from Picaboo via a Groupon deal today )
Our Holiday Cards:
I have our holiday photo, but I’m waiting for a good Groupon deal to order my cards. Last year, I had a great experience with a Groupon deal at Mixbook.
What about you? Are you thinking about ordering your Holiday Cards yet?