I chose Tiny Prints as my second choice for getting Christmas cards because of quality. If you want good quality and a great price but don’t want to go to somewhere like Walmart or Walgreens to get your cards than Shutterfly might be your option. However, if you want great quality and design but price isn’t that much of an issue then Tiny Prints is your way to go.
I have always loved using Tiny Prints for my Christmas cards though I have used Shutterfly in the past. I switched for two reasons, first, I felt the paper and design options gave me more variety that fit me better. Second, and a huge plus for me, the option to have Tiny Prints mail the cards out for you. During the Holiday season that is one thing off of my list. I will though, still use Shutterfly for their photo books.
Delivery Time: I have noticed that they are just a little slower (by a day or so) then Shutterfly. But not too bad, and like I said, the mail for you option was a no brainier for me. Plus the family members who have received the cards, tell me they are so surprised and impressed by how the cards look and feel.
Customer Service: I really haven’t had the need to call Tiny Prints customer service so I can’t really tell you anything about it. If anyone has any experience with them please feel free to tell me in the comments below.
Bonus: Remember to order through Ebates for additional savings and bigger amounts of cash back during the Holidays.
Note: Pay attention to their deals, you can sign up for their newsletter to know when they are having them. You can also follow blogger Crystal at moneysavingmom.com to find out when they have specials or give a ways. You can even get free cards if you pay attention.