UPDATE: The winner of this giveaway is #73, Amy!
But long before I was accepted as one of their designers, I used Snapfish for all of my photo processing. They were…and still are…the best value around. The same is true for the greeting cards. I did my own little comparison study (because I’m so scientific that way) between store-bought cards and Snapfish cards.
Humor me and consider the following before your next card purchase (and a Snapfish credit doesn’t hurt either, now does it?) ;)
1. Price - As part of my super-scientific study, I wondered down the massive greeting card isle at my grocery store…something I never do. And I was flabergasted at the price on regular, cardstock greeting cards. Nothing fancy, no recorded tunes, no gold leafing…nothing…and the price on the back read $3.50. And up. Wha??? At Snapfish you can get a quality, personal card between $1.50 and 2.50.
2. Quality - Snapfish offers several greeting/photo card printing options, each guaranteed to be of the highest quality and accuracy. Depending on your card choice, printing is done on glossy or matte photo paper, 100 lb. cardstock or 130 lb. stationary cardstock. Colors are vibrant and don’t run or wear.
3. Special Offers – Who doesnt love a sale? Every time I turn around, Snapfish is offering some crazy deal like percentages off and free shipping. You don’t see that at the drugstore. For instance, right now they are offering free shipping on order of $25 or more with promo code FSAUG25.
4. Personalization – Like I mentioned above, your cards are personal…photos you choose to share and turn into a special greeting for friends and family. You’re also able to personalize the text…party details, birth announcements, or a heartfelt note on a single greeting card. The sky’s the limit.
5. Convenience - I love the ability to online shop. A few clicks and a nice package shows up at my door a couple of days later. That’s the convenience ordering from Snapfish offers as well. Shipping is always reasonable and fast. And if you live out in the boondocks like me, its often easier to shop online than to make a trip into town.
6. Variety of Designs- Because Snapfish has expanded their designer base, you can find every style and design imaginable. Currently, there are about 10,000 card designs of all shapes, sizes, designs, etc. in the online store. Now that’s variety.
7. Selection for Every Occasion - Related to the vast variety of design choices is the wide selection of nearly every occasion you could think of. Need a “we’re moving” card? Having a Marti Gras party? How about recognizing someone for a job well done? You are covered with the massive selection of holidays, sentiments and occasions in the Snapfish store.
8. Support - Finally, what I love most about Snapfish is their unparalleled customer support. The one time I had a problem with an order (of a a photo panel), it was very easy to contact customer support via live chat and report the problem. I was sent a brand new photo panel that had been corrected. Plus, when designing your cards or other products, the interface walks you through every step and you can see the edits live…no rocket science degree required.
WIN IT! Now that you’re totally convinced, how about the chance to win a $25 Snapfish store credit? Here’s how to enter…
Enter below by doing any or all of the following (please leave a separate comment for each):
- Visit my shop and tell me which is your favorite design (I always love the feedback so I can create more designs you love!)
- Like The Pixel Boutique on Facebook.
- Like Snapfish on Facebook.
- Post about this giveaway on Facebook.
- Follow Snapfish on Twitter.
- Tweet about this giveaway using the hash tag “#giveaway” up to once a day. Need a suggestion? Tweet this: “8 reasons to consider Snapfish for your greeting card purchase (& a $25 giveaway!) http://is.gd/45to4J @pixeldesigngal @snapfishbyhp”
- Post about this giveaway on your blog.
Giveaway ends September 4 at 11:59 pm PST.
I was not compensated for this post in any way. However, this post does contain an affiliate link. Opinions, as always, are my own.