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Where to order cheap (and not-so-cheap) holiday cards

Cheapism Logo By Scott Nyerges of Cheapism | Slide 1 of 7: The holidays are the time to reconnect with family and friends, and what better way to do that than with a personalized greeting card? All you need to do is choose your favorite design template, upload your favorite photo or photos, and create your card. From simple postcards to custom creations by independent artists, these are some of our favorite places to buy holiday cards online. All of our picks offer both religious and nondenominational greeting cards for Christmas and Hanukkah. In general, postcards will be your cheapest option; odd-sized greeting cards with embellishments like custom typefaces or scalloped edges go for a premium.Prices and availability are subject to change.Before you go shopping for your holiday cards, consider installing the Capital One Shopping free browser add-on. It will instantly compare and find lower prices when you shop on popular stores like Amazon. It will also automatically search for available coupons and apply them to your cart at checkout, and help you earn rewards that can be redeemed as gift cards. (Available to all shoppers — Capital One account or credit card NOT required.)  Sponsored.Note: We are a reader-supported site and receive compensation from purchases made through some of the links in this post. Additionally, Capital One Shopping compensates us when you get the browser extension using the link provided.Related: The Best Solutions to Christmas Ornament Storage

Season’s Greetings Your Way

The holidays are the time to reconnect with family and friends, and what better way to do that than with a personalized greeting card? All you need to do is choose your favorite design template, upload your favorite photo or photos, and create your card. From simple postcards to custom creations by independent artists, these are some of our favorite places to buy holiday cards online. All of our picks offer both religious and nondenominational greeting cards for Christmas and Hanukkah. In general, postcards will be your cheapest option; odd-sized greeting cards with embellishments like custom typefaces or scalloped edges go for a premium.

Prices and availability are subject to change.

Before you go shopping for your holiday cards, consider installing the Capital One Shopping free browser add-on. It will instantly compare and find lower prices when you shop on popular stores like Amazon. It will also automatically search for available coupons and apply them to your cart at checkout, and help you earn rewards that can be redeemed as gift cards. (Available to all shoppers — Capital One account or credit card NOT required.)  Sponsored.

Note: We are a reader-supported site and receive compensation from purchases made through some of the links in this post. Additionally, Capital One Shopping compensates us when you get the browser extension using the link provided.

Related: The Best Solutions to Christmas Ornament Storage

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