4 of the Best Photo Christmas Card Deals – as Low as Just 24¢ Per Card!

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Save BIG on your holiday greetings with one of these cheap photo Christmas card deals! 🎄🎅🤶

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

holiday cards from Staples

1. Staples (as low as 31¢ 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 31¢ per card!

25 5″x7″ Single- or Double-Sided Flat Holiday Cards $12 (regularly $24.99)
Groupon or LivingSocial
Just 48¢ per card!


50 5″x7″ Single- or Double-Sided Flat Holiday Cards $20 (regularly $43.99)
Groupon or LivingSocial
Just 40¢ per card!


100 5″x7″ Single- or Double-Sided Flat Holiday Cards $40 (regularly $81.99)
Groupon or LivingSocial
Just 40¢ per card!


200 5″x7″ Single- or Double-Sided Flat Holiday Cards $62 (regularly $154.99)
Groupon or LivingSocial
Just 31¢ per card!

Promotional value expires January 30, 2021, but the amount paid never expires. There is a limit of three vouchers per person and you may buy three additional vouchers as a gift. Only one voucher may be redeemed per order. 


Christmas cards

2. Costco (as low as 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, foil-lined envelopes are included with your cards!





Sam's Club Christmas Cards

3. Sam’s Club (26¢ per card)

If you’re a Sam’s Club member, you can score 30% off ALL stationery cards and 60% off all photo cards through December 31! If you choose to pick up your order at your local Sam’s Club, you’ll also bypass any shipping charges.


Walgreens Photo Cards

4. Walgreens Photo (as low as 34¢ per card)

Through November 28, Walgreens Photo is offering up an additional 60% off cards and premium stationery when you enter promo code HIFALL60 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 HIFALL60 (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 HIFALL60 (deducts 60% at checkout)
Choose in-store pickup
Final cost $27.20 total – just 34¢ per card!


There you have it – the top 4 cheap photo Christmas card deals!


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

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Comments 24

  1. Klp

    Anyone know how long printing takes at Costco?

    • Dmsteve1

      Just did mine a few days ago. I had 125 printed and it was ready in 20 minutes. The closer you wait until Christmas the longer it takes.

      • Alyssa Parisette

        Hows the paper and pixel quality on the costco ones? I did staples a couple years ago and they were so so. Wondering if costco is better.

    • kristy-3

      I did mine on wed night and they started printing them, they said they would be ready by 2pm yesterday, but picking them up today! I did 75 cards!

    • Alyssa Parisette-Sparks

      Its photo paper!

  2. Whitney J Felker

    Walgreens quality is not good. We did it a couple years ago and ended up taking all the photo cards back. I tried it again this year when they had a free sample and it was also bad (even with professional quality pictures, the prints were not clear and crisp). We ended up using MPix this year and it was so much better.

    • Heather

      I would agree. I got the 10 free ones a few weeks ago and they are terrible quality 👎🏻 I won’t be sending them out

      • Klp

        Me too! Someone told me on here to make sure they’re uploaded in high quality resolution. I tried that and reprinted mine and it’s slightly better, but not great. I wouldn’t pay money for them!

      • 77_purity

        i agree. i tried out the free photocards and was very disappointed in the quality especially having used high resolution professional photos… the pictures just weren’t crisp. quality is definitely not on par with some of the other services I’ve tried.

      • Rachel

        I just bought cards from Walgreens & the quality is terrible. Can I return them & get a refund?

    • Clestina

      Mine weren’t bad for me but not as good as Shutterfly

  3. Ckirky

    Holy smokes!! I paid $65 for 75 at Amazon just on Wednesday!!!

  4. Mommy2jands

    Anyone know how the Costco cards are? Are the heavy card stock? I’ve gotten staples in the past and it wasn’t good quality. I’ve used photo affections via Groupon and they were great. Tried picaboo via Groupon this year and the cards are good but the envelopes are thin. You can see through them.

    • Alyssa Parisette

      It’s photo paper at costco!

    • Anon

      I print Costco cards almost every year (tried a few other companies, but end up going back to Costco). They sell 2 different sets. The ones priced here are photo paper. But I buy the Premium Stationary cards printed on 120 lb cardstock which cost a little more. From the descriptions here, these are all photo paper.

  5. Kristen

    Agreed. I had gotten the 10 free from Walgreens. It was a professional pic, and the printing was awful. I had to throw them out.

  6. LB

    Hi – are Costco’s similar in card stock weight and printing to Shutterfly or Tiny Prints? Thanks!

    • Alyssa Parisette-Sparks

      Photo paper!

    • Anon

      Costco’s Premium Stationary cards are printed on 120 lb cardstock, not photo paper, but they also cost more than the Costco ones listed here.

  7. Christy M.

    Ok so I have stressed all day about the Walgreens cards after reading these comments. I had already placed my order before reading these. When I picked the cards up however, I was pleasantly surprised. They were not bad. We’re they Shutterfly quality (whom I used last year),no. They were good though for the price point. I would recommend paying slightly more and getting the standard card stock at the very least though. That is what I got. I am happy to send these out and I paid way less than I would have for the same quantity on the higher priced websites. If you don’t have the extra money to shell out, I think the Walgreens card stock cards will work just fine for the season that you are in.

  8. kathleenincalifornia

    I also don’t recommend using Walgreens for holiday photo cards. I have purchased both the photopaper type and the standard cardstock ones, and they have all been disappointing. I always upload large, good quality photos. Their printers are just not great.

  9. Rachel

    In past years Sams’s Club has done 100 photo cards for $15 or $20 on Black Friday. Any insight on whether that may happen this year?

    • 77_purity

      that would be awesome. keeping an eye out for this

  10. Alyssa Parisette

    So, red alert to all the COSTCO peeps, the 50 for 13.99 actually print on PHOTO PAPER, not stationary. This is not the case when you do the home delivery/more expensive route.

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