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Greeting Card from Send Out Cards Review

I have a confession: I suck at sending out greeting cards.  Other than Christmas cards, I don't really send any out.  Actually I might have skipped Christmas cards last year (if you are someone that usually gets Christmas cards from me and didn't, sorry, but I looked super fat in the picture on the cards) but this year I will be sending them!

A possible solution to this problem is SendOutCards.  It is an easy to use system, starting with buying points.  You can either buy them as you go, or as a monthly fee.  Obviously the monthly fee gives you cheaper points, but it might be more than you need depending on how many cards you send out every month.

The cards are well priced, with a two panel card can be as cheap as 62 cents, and even at the highest price they are only $1.98.  You can completely customize the cards, adding text in various fonts, decorative clip-art, even photos (there is an extra charge for adding photos).

There is a large selection of cards to choose from, for various different occasions.  They mail out quickly and are printed really nice.  They are printed on recycled paper and are decent quality.  I would say they are somewhere between Hallmark and Dollar Tree.  The cost for the card does not include postage, that is an additional charge.  It still ends up much cheaper than going to the store, plus you don't have to make a trip to the Post Office.

I probably won't use the service very often, because I don't really send out greeting cards, but for occasions that I do send them, I will definitely use SendOutCards.  

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


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