Tiny Prints: 3 FREE Personalized Greeting Cards!!

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In this day and age of emails and text messages, I always appreciate when I get some sort of personalized card in the mail. For this reason, I was excited to discover TinyPrints.com. TinyPrints.com has a huge selection of unique AND adorable greeting cards, birth announcements, wedding/baby shower invitations, photo books, stationary, thank you cards, address labels and more! And here’s the best part…you can sign up for a FREE trial membership and snag 3 greeting cards of your choice for FREE!

Here’s what you need to do snag these free cards…head over here and click on “My Greetings.” You’ll be able to look for the perfect greeting card based on occasion, theme, best-selling etc. I chose the Thank You Photo Friend Greeting Card shown below to send to my sis (my whole family just spent a week at her house, so she definitely deserves a BIG thank you…my daughter, Piper, and nephew, Husdon are pictured in the card with adorable bedhead). I love the fact that you can personalize the cover, the inside portion AND the back of the card with text and/or photos!

Once you have completed the card, you can choose to mail it directly to the recipient (all you have to pay is $0.44 for the stamp) or you can have it mailed to yourself for FREE (Tiny Prints will even send you an envelope with your address and the recipient’s address pre-printed at no additional cost)! You can choose to make all 3 free cards now or you can just make one and save the other 2 for another time. In order to qualify for the 3 free cards, you will need to choose either a Savvy Sender or Super Sender annual membership (pictured below). Although you are required to enter your credit card, there is NO annual fee for the first year AND you can cancel at anytime! If you choose to send the free greeting cards to yourself, your card will not be charged at all; If you choose to send the free greeting cards directly to the recipient, then your card will be charged $0.44 for the cost of the stamp.

If you find that you love Tiny Prints, then you don’t have to do anything and your membership will automatically continue at the plan rate (either $5.99 or $16.99 per year depending on what plan you have chosen), which will be charged to your credit card linked to your account each year using the payment method provided when you signed up. Keep in mind that you can make changes any time to your membership (including canceling your membership) through the My Account link at the top of every Tiny Prints webpage.

Have you used Tiny Prints in the past? If you signed up today, let us know what card(s) you chose. Wasn’t it hard to make a decision…all their cards are so cute!

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Comments 23

  1. Lynn

    I don’t like Tiny Prints.
    They ran a promotion like this last week, in celebration of Friendship Day, where you could pick one free friendship card. Well, I was having trouble getting the discount to apply, so I contacted customer service. The lady told me she would manually apply the code, but I would still have to pay $0.44 for shipping. I agreed.
    They ended up charging my card $1.00. I know it’s only $1.00, but still, I think that’s shady.

    • Lynn

      Oh, I forgot to add the part where the lady told me that she would pull the order through for free because of the trouble the website was giving me (after not applying the code properly it would not accept my credit card info.) She told me to go ahead and enter my c/c card info to pass through checkout and that my card WOULD NOT be charged.
      …and it was.

      • Anon

        You need to call them back……

        • Anon

          especially after reading post #2…..

  2. Dina

    My daughter ordered my grandson’s 1st birthday invitations from Tiny Prints last month and someone used her credit card to take a little vacation. Charged up over $3,000.00 last I heard. The card had never been used before and it was used in the town that Tiny Prints is located. So needless to say we won’t be using Tiny Prints again.

    • Brandy

      I would assume that the police are involved. This type of credit card fraud can happen anywhere including your local grocery store. It’s a crime, like any other – but I don’t think it is a company condoned crime.

    • Tiny Prints

      Dina, we are terrible sorry about your daughter’s experience. Please see our comment below so we can work together to get this resolved.

  3. Lindsay

    I am really surprised by the negative comments! I actually used Tiny Prints for my baby announcements recently and they turned out super cute! They were easy to make, affordable, and I received so many compliments from friends and family. Thankfully, I had a much different experience than Dina and Lynn and I would use Tiny Prints again in the future.

  4. Brandy

    I’ve used Tiny Prints MANY times over the past couple of years. I didn’t know about their card programs however. I have had fancy party invitations created, engagement party invitations, baby announcements, adoption announcements all created with the company. The paper quality is good for the price, the ink quality is good and I’ve never had an issue.

  5. Mari

    Oh my goodness! I saw the picture of your daughter Piper and knew she was your daughter before I read anything else!!! She looks just like you!!!

    • Lindsey Helms

      yeah she is SO cute!! Looks just like you!

    • Lynn

      She does look just like Collin! She’s so adorable!

  6. Christina

    Wow! I thought it seemed good til I read the negative comments. Now I’m scared.

  7. Mandy

    I used Tiny Prints for my son’s 1st birthday invitations. They turned out super-cute and I had NO problems whatsoever! When I ordered, they were advertising Debra Messing, Gwen Stefani, and Jaime Pressley as using them, too.

  8. Carol

    Those 2 kids are adorable and Piper is a mini Collin

  9. marci

    Oh! My son is named Hudson! Love finding other little guys with the same name.

  10. Kristina

    I used tiny prints for my 2nd and 3rd son’s announcements and they were darling! I thought the prices were average, but they were very high quality and the shipping time was reasonable too.

  11. Cara

    I used tiny prints for my son’s birthday invites, although they are very cute I ran into several problems and was overcharged. I also had a voicemail from them saying that they charged me wrong and would be charging my card and additional $20…..a voicemail saying they screwed up and are now charging my card. I called tiny prints and the representative was very rude and condesending! I will not be using tiny prints again! Be careful when ordering from them

  12. Christy

    The card selection is super cute, BUT the comments above have me VERY leary about using them! For only having 15 comments above and as many negative experiences/comments above, that surely isn’t a good sign.

  13. Christy

    Colin, do you know if they will charge us for the (3) free cards if we turn around and cancel our membership right after we receive them? Here’s a quote from their website about how their membership works … curious if this would apply to the “free” cards? Do you know?

    “You may choose to upgrade, downgrade, or cancel your membership at any time and will receive a pro-rated refund by month of the unused portion of your membership. Note that if you choose to downgrade or cancel, you will be charged the higher card price for any scheduled cards due to be sent after you choose to downgrade or cancel.”

  14. Christy

    Okay, I just had a Live Chat w/Tiny Prints and Adrienne claims the 3 cards will stay FREE whether we cancel or stay in the plan. Hope this helps others too who are on the fence about joining.

    • Anon

      No way would I take a chance with them after reading the posts above. One or two bad reviews might be expected as we all have different experiences, but I think there are wayyyy too many bad ones here.

  15. Tiny Prints

    Hello readers,
    First, we’d like to thank you for your feedback. We are devastated to hear that some of you have had negative experiences with Tiny Prints, and we would like the chance to make it up to you. Our customer service is known for being exemplary—each card is reviewed by up to three employees to make sure that it meets our exacting standards—and our goal is to delight both our customers and the recipients of their cards. We guarantee that the events listed above are not the norm and that we will bend over backwards to rectify these unfortunate circumstances.
    We realize that applying our promotional codes on our new greeting cards website is not a smooth process, and we are working to fix this bug. If you have experienced any problems, please contact us as soon as possible so that we can take steps to correct them.
    Also, we want to reassure you that our CFO will personally work with Dina, her daughter and the banking authorities to resolve any possible instances of identity theft or credit card fraud. We are not aware of any type of identity theft ever happening in the past, and we employ industry leading security technology to prevent it from happening. Dina, please have your daughter contact us at (877) 300-9256 and ask for Lily at extension 1222 so we can address this issue immediately.
    Thank you for your time, and for voicing your concerns!

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