UPDATE: Ugh. Minted changed the first credit to $25 off a $100+ order. This is still a good deal if you were already planning to purchase a larger number of cards and really want quality ones. Both codes will work through tomorrow (11/12), but you’ll have to adjust the scenario listed below.
Just a reminder that this awesome offer is available through tomorrow (11/12)!
Minted.com is once again offering $50 off a $50+ purchase of customized holiday cards to all new customers right now. They have some crazy cute designs for the family and tons of professional options for small businesses.
Follow these steps exactly to get 25 custom Christmas postcards and 15 custom gift cards for just $8 shipped:
1. Create your Minted account through this link to get a $25 credit (you won’t get the credit if you go directly to Minted.com).
2. Add 25 Holiday Postcards to your cart (select “Holiday Postcards” from the Holiday dropdown menu). You should be charged $43 for the 25 postcards.
3. Add 15 Holiday Gift Tags yo your cart (also under the Holiday dropdown menu under “Parties & More”). I selected tags for baked gifts, but there are photo tag options as well. You should be charged $15 for the 15 gift tags.
4. Head to checkout. The $25 credit from your sign-up should come off automatically. Enter the promo code HOL25SHIP to take off the additional $25 and to get FREE shipping. Note your total must be over $50 before shipping for the second code to work.
There are rumors that if you opt out of getting the digital proof of your card, you’ll get an additional $10 off your order, making it $0 shipped. I can’t confirm that, but if you get the option, try it out!
You have until November 12, 2012 to take that perfect picture and get these cards ordered! The $50 off will work on any holiday designs — flat cards, folded cards, menu cards, etc. — I just listed the deal that yields the least amount out-of-pocket.
There will be other free or super cheap photo card deals in the next few weeks, but this is the only way to get a super high quality cards at such a low price. I often times take advantage of a few deals — no one needs to know that you sent out more than one type of card — you just get to enjoy the savings!
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