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Get the best price on photo Christmas cards this year! 🎄🎅🤶

Looking for a deal on holiday photo greeting cards? We rounded up all the best deals currently available so that you can get your Christmas cards sent off in the mail soon!

Staples Holiday Greeting Cards

1. Staples (23¢ per card)

For a limited time, Groupon and LivingSocial are offering up nice deals on holiday greeting cards at Staples! Even sweeter, after placing your order, you can pick it up for FREE at your local Staples store.

Once you’ve snagged your voucher, head over to Staples.com to place your greeting card order and pay as low as 23¢ per card!

25 5″x7″ Single- or Double-Sided Flat Holiday Cards $8 (regularly $24.99)*
Groupon or LivingSocial
*That means you’re paying just 32¢ per card!


50 5″x7″ Single- or Double-Sided Flat Holiday Cards $14 (regularly $43.99)*
Groupon or LivingSocial
*That means you’re paying just 28¢ per card!


100 5″x7″ Single- or Double-Sided Flat Holiday Cards $25 (regularly $81.99)*
Groupon or LivingSocial
*That means you’re paying just 25¢ per card!


200 5″x7″ Single- or Double-Sided Flat Holiday Cards $45 (regularly $154.99)*
Groupon or LivingSocial
*That means you’re paying just 23¢ per card!

*Promotional value expires Feb 1, 2020, but the amount paid never expires. There is a limit of three vouchers per person and you may buy two additional vouchers as a gift. Only one voucher may be redeemed per order. Keep in mind that this offer excludes premium or executive cards offered at holidaycards.staples.com or weddings.staples.com.


Holiday Cards

2. Costco (24¢ per card)

If you’re a Costco member, you can score 50 holiday greeting cards for just $13.99. Plus, you can pick up your order at your local Costco warehouse to bypass any shipping charges, making each card as low as 28¢! If you need more than 50 cards, you can even add additional sets of 25 cards for an extra $5.49 at checkout. Plus, your cards will also come with foil-lined envelopes!

50 5″x7″ Holiday Greeting Cards with foil-lined envelopes
Just $13.99!
*That means you’re paying only 28¢ per card!


50 5″x7″ Holiday Greeting Cards with foil-lined envelopes + 25 extra cards
Just $19.48!
*That means you’re paying only 26¢ per card!


50 5″x7″ Holiday Greeting Cards with foil-lined envelopes + 50 extra cards
Just $24.97!
*That means you’re paying only 25¢ per card!


50 5″x7″ Holiday Greeting Cards with foil-lined envelopes + 75 extra cards
Just $30.46!
*That means you’re paying only 24¢ per card!


Sam's Club Christmas Cards

3. Sam’s Club (34¢ per card)

If you’re a Sam’s Club member, you can score 50% off ALL photo and stationery cards through January 31st! If you choose to pick up your order at your local Sam’s Club, you’ll also bypass any shipping charges. Plus, whenever you create a new Sam’s Club Photo account, you’ll receive a promo code in your email for 50 free photo prints!

30 6″x8″ Single-Sided Photo Paper Cards with Envelopes
Just $10.05!
*That means you’re paying only 34¢ per card!


Walgreens Photo Cards

4. Walgreens Photo (34¢ per card)

Through November 23, Walgreens Photo is offering up an additional 60% off all holiday greeting cards with envelopes when you use promo code STATCARD at checkout. Plus, you can choose same day pick up at your local Walgreens to bypass any shipping charges – and orders will be ready in as little as one hour!

20 5″x7″ Flat Glossy Photo Paper Cards with Envelopes 99¢ each
Total = $19.80
Use promo code STATCARD (deducts 60% at checkout)
Choose in-store pickup
Final cost $7.92 total – just 40¢ per card!


80 5″x7″ Flat Glossy Photo Paper Cards with Envelopes 99¢ each
Total = $68
Use promo code STATCARD (deducts 60% at checkout)
Choose in-store pickup
Final cost $27.20 total – just 34¢ per card!


Turn your family photos into Christmas gifts with one of these photo deals!

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Comments 30

  1. S

    I was going to place an order with Costco the other day. Has anyone ordered Christmas cards through them before? How was the quality?

    • cschmidtoe

      I ordered from them for the first time last Christmas. I was very pleased with how they turned out and will be ordering from them again this year.

      • Emily McKinney

        did you get the stationery cards or the cards on photo paper?

    • Shannon

      I have used Costco for my Christmas cards for years. They are the best value. They are on photo paper and I think they are 5 by 7. I usually buy 125 cards. They sometimes have a little savings if you buy them over Thanksgiving break so watch for that possible discount. Every year I think of buying the nicer paper products like Tiny Prints but always go back to Costco because of the price and the quality is fine.

      • Amy

        I have been getting my photo cards from Costco with the Black Friday discount for the last 5 years, but I haven’t seen anything about the discount this year yet. Does anyone know if they will offer again? I’m getting a little nervous waiting!

    • ddd0319

      Costco cards are great quality! I’ve gotten the photo ones this time but I’d be shocked if their paper ones aren’t amazing. Plus their return policy is 🙌🏻.

  2. Angela

    Did anyone get the staples voucher to work last year even when I took it in store it didn’t work
    And online kept rejecting it for me even after I spoke to customer service

    • Becky08

      We’ve done this several years with no problem

  3. Emily McKinney

    I would love if you could do a comparison post for deals on stationery photo cards (the ones on cardstock, not photo paper). It looks like (but I could be wrong) that all the deals in this post are for the photo paper type cards. Thank you!!!

    • Becky08

      Staples are card stock… at least they were in the past

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      You’re so welcome, Emily! Thanks for the request! I’ll be sure to pass that along to the team!

  4. Vicki

    Every year in the past, Sams Club has offered a Black Friday weekend deal of 100 cards for $15. I’ve always had great luck with them. Hopefully it repeats this year.

    • Alaina

      I have done the same thing for the last 4years except I pay $2 to have the cards shipped to me. We live 1hr from sams club and during the busy holiday season

    • rochellemcgee

      You know, I was thinking there was a better deal last year. Is that for cards on card stock or photo paper?

      • Vicki

        It’s usually the photo paper. There is a deal in card stock too, just not quite as good.

    • Sandra

      I am not finding this Sams club deal this year, can anyone post a link to it?

  5. Ms N

    I just ordered cards from Staples and did the in-store pick up this year to see how that is and to save myself $10 from shipping. I have ordered from Staples in the past and used the shipping option with the premium paper (their lab does the printing). I wish I had paid the extra $10 to do the same this year. I had a horrible experience with the in-store cards. The cards were printed at 7 1/4″ wide so they wouldn’t fit the envelopes (the associate said another customer had the same issue). She tried to trim them and made them crooked. The store offered to reprint them and they are still not cut evenly which you can see because I have even white space around my card. Also, the paper and printing is not as nice. It comes off with a sheen instead of being a true matte despite ordering matte (I’m guessing stores use their laser printer and the lab has a different printing method). The card is basically a marketing postcard — think Old Navy type mailers. Just wanted to share if people are wondering about Staple’s in-store printing quality.

  6. Megan Bohn

    Thank You! I have been dragging my feet on this and I just did the Staples Voucher. It was super easy, worked great and I am picking them up on my way home from work.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Woohoo! You’re so welcome! Glad you could easily snag them, Megan!

  7. Suzanne

    I’ve been waiting for the Staples / Groupon deal; they did a beautiful job with our cards last year. Thanks again H2S!

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      That’s great to hear! You’re most welcome, Suzanne!

  8. Sallys

    I have done the staples deal two years in a row, and I have been very happy with them. They are a heavy cardstock and it is a matte finish. This year we had professional photos done and I made the card over the weekend and I am so happy with it, I think I will plan to do the professional photo every year from now on, it really made a difference!

  9. Linn

    Anyone know if you can get the Staples 100 and 50 card vouchers, use them on separate orders for the same card (instead of getting the 200 card voucher?). It says 1 voucher/order, but I assume you can place 2 orders with 2 vouchers?

  10. katypetzoldt

    We usually order from Costco and have always been happy with them, but I wanted to try something on card stock so we are trying the staples Groupon deal. We don’t have a store within 100 miles so I did have to pay $10 for shipping but I’m hoping the cards will be worth it! Thank you!!

    • Ms N

      The cards you get when shipped are printed on a premium cardstock. They come out very nice! I tried the in-storeprinting this year and it does not compare to getting them done by the lab (the store prints with their laser printer). I will go back to shipping next year by their lab. Just a note — if you have had cards printed by Shutterfly or Tiny Prints, the premium cardstock is not as thick as Shutterfly or Tiny Prints. But it is still very nice.

  11. Karla

    I purchased the Groupon deal for Staples and plan to pick the cards up today. I can’t speak on the quality yet, but it was easy to create and order online for instore pickup. They called in a timely fashion to let me know the project was ready for pickup. I noticed there wasn’t as many editing options as some of my experiences with other online card companies. I wanted to share this in case anyone is super picky and likes to “recreate” some of the templates.

    • Dart

      So how was the instore card quality compared to getting them shipped?? I did instore years ago and think I was not so happy. Thanks.

  12. Cecy

    Does anyone know how the Staples or Costco quality compares to Shutterfly or Minted cards? We do professional photos every year but I’m sick of paying so much for their cards.

  13. Amber

    I ordered and picked up my 100 count of cards for 25$ today. I couldn’t be happier! Thanks for the deal!

  14. Jill Fitzkee

    I am disppointed Sams did not do their 100/$15 this year!

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