I’m about to say the word. The C word…. Christmas Cards! It’s time to start thinking about them, because you know that if you leave them until the last minute, you’ll be scrambling to find the perfect photo at midnight. Then you’ll settle for an ok-but-not-perfect picture and have to choose overnight shipping to get them in time. 😉 Ask me how I know.
Instead of waiting until the last minute, why not start planning now? You can get a jump-start by checking out all of the Christmas Cards from Shutterfly. They have a wonderful new collection this year. You can choose Scripture cards, photo cards, traditional cards, or modern cards. Plus, if you want to save a few dollars while getting high-quality cards, be sure to check out the Shutterfly Special Offers page for coupon codes.
One Saving & Giving reader is going to win a $50 Shutterfly gift code. You can use this for Christmas Cards or photo gifts, so this will be a nice start to your Christmas shopping. The $50 does not include shipping and can’t be combined with other offers (discount codes, etc.). But hey – I’d take $50 worth of cards or gifts for just the cost of shipping! 😉
To enter, leave a comment telling us if you already have a picture picked out for this year’s Christmas cards. (If you do, I’ll sit here and be jealous of you!) If you’re not a photo card kind of family, you can just say that too.
For up to 5 extra entries, you can do one or all of these. Leave a SEPARATE comment for each one though. If you leave one comment that you did all of them, you only get that one entry.
- Sign up for the daily Saving & Giving email. (It’s free!)
- Like Shutterfly on Facebook.
- Like Saving & Giving on Facebook.
- Follow Shutterfly on Twitter.
- Follow Saving & Giving on Twitter.
Entries will remain open until Monday, October 29, 2012 at 9 p.m. EST. One winner will be randomly chosen. The winner will be emailed and will have 48 hours to respond. If there is no response, a new winner will be chosen.
Disclosure: This giveaway is sponsored by Shutterfly. All opinions, including the fact that I think their cards are beautiful, are honest and my own.