It's time for the holidays and that means it's time to send those Christmas cards out.
This year make it simple.
Instead of getting your family portrait taken at a studio, ordering the cards and mailing them out, get it all done simply by using Amazingmail.com .
It's a website that specializes in real photo cards and they do all of the work for you.
There are many internet card services available, but they don't always send out real cards, instead they send the card via email.
Amazingmail.com sends out real cards and the cost includes postage.
They have many sizes and prices to choose from. The least expensive is a 4 X 6 postcard. The card costs $1.02 plus 27 cents postage, so your total cost to send out one card will be just $1.29.
And, the price is the same no matter what design you want on the card. If you buy 10 or more, the price goes down. The more cards you buy, the more money you save.
They have folding cards and their largest card costs $1.92 and that includes postage, but don’t forget the price goes down if you buy 10 or more.
So, all you have to do is choose which card you want. They have a wide selection of cards to choose from, they even have a whole section for the holidays.
Then personalize the card with your own message, type in the address of the person you are sending it to and you are done.
Amazingmail.com will print the cards and mail them out for you. If you want to get personal, you can choose your own picture. All you have to do is go to the site and choose the option to upload your own photo.
The person you are sending it to will get the card in the mail in a few days.
Now for the best part. Smart Shoppers can get 25% off your entire order from November 26th until December 3rd.
You can go online and use the promo code ABC15 to get the discount. Keep in mind, the maximum discount will be $200.
So now you can get those holiday cards mailed without stressing yourself out and breaking the bank.
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