Find the best prices and deals on holiday photo cards

Patricia Lopez shows you how easy it is in her Stretch Your Dollar report
December 4, 2013 9:42:01 AM PST
As you plan to send holiday cards to loved ones, Stretch Your Dollar shopped the many options to find the best price.

While fine custom stationary cards can be as expensive as $3.50 a card, we found some options for less than 50 cents a card.

Photo cards are generally printed either on photo paper or card stock. Card stock is usually more expensive.

Snapfish is promoting a Christmas card deal -- $49.50 for a set of 50 5 inch by 7 inch flat cards, with printed return address, plus free two day shipping.

At, they're offering up to 50 percent off on their holiday photo cards. For 50 prints, the price would come out to $1.13 a card. You can score free shipping when you spend $49 at Shutterfly. Enter code "ship49" before you check out. has photo paper cards for as little as 75 cents per card for a set of 20. Coupon code "cardcaldec" will get you 40 percent off, which brings the total price per card to 45 cents. Card stock cards cost $1.99 each, but you can also apply the same code for 40 percent off. At Walgreens you can create your cards in store or online, and you can pick up photos at your area store to avoid shipping charges.

Costco members can photo greeting cards for $14.99 for 50 cards, for a price of 30 cents per card. Additional sets of 24 are $5.49. Card stock photo cards cost $34.50 for a set of 50.

At Sam's Club, 50 photo cards cost $14.50. That's the cheapest we found. One hundred cards would cost $25. Card stock photo cards sell for $34 for a pack of 50, coming out to 68 cents each.

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