Avoid stamps, stuffing and lines – send paper cards online

Instead of going to you local card shop this year, stamping & stuffing envelopes why not visit the US Postal service and send holiday cards and other mailings throughout the year online?
Personalized holiday greeting cards are just a click away at the Postal Service’s NetPost CardStore. NetPost offers the perfect solution to sending greeting cards to friends and family this holiday season. With easy access on http://www.usps.com/, NetPost CardStore lets customers personalize holiday greetings by designing cards online and sending them, one card at a time or all at once.
Customers can even enclose a gift card from a variety of popular retailers in their personalized card. While gift cards have become popular in recent years, and online greetings have been available for sometime, this innovation pairs the two, bringing the power of the internet to the tradition and impact of sending gifts cards and keepsakes through the mail. Creativity is virtually unlimited when designing a card for First-Class delivery with a print from a digital image and a gift card from the recipient’s favorite retailer. Gift cards are now available from Barnes & Noble, Bed Bath & Beyond, Big Bowl Asian Kitchen, Carrs, Chili’s, Circuit City, Corner Bakery, Dominick’s, Genuardi’s, Little Italy, Lowe’s, Macaroni Grill, Maggiano’s, On the Border, Pak ‘n $ave Foods, Pavilions, Randalls, Safeway, Starbucks, Tom Thumb’s, and Vons.
NetPost CardStore users may choose the suggested greeting or create their own. Customers can choose from more than 2,500 images and photos or upload personal photos or artwork. The Postal Service will then print, address and mail the cards. Those wishing to hand write a personal message inside their cards can request to have the cards mailed to them with fully addressed, stamped envelopes. Then let the Postal Service deliver First-Class holiday greetings to friends and family as it has done for more than two centuries.


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