Shutterfly: Five Free Photo Cards!

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You can get five FREE 5×7 Folded, 5×5 or 5×7 Flat Sationery Photo Cards(up to $11.95 value) from Shutterfly!

This is a $12 value for just the cost of shipping which ends up being $5.99.  Just use the coupon code DADCARD to get them FREE.  This coupon code expires June 9th.

Although this is a father’s day promotion, you can use this coupon code to make five photo cards for any holiday.  So think about the upcoming months and what you might want a special custom photo card for.

How to load that coupon code into your account:

  1. Log in or sign up with Shutterfly (new members get 50 FREE prints!) and click on “My Account” at the very top right.
  2. Enter Special Offer Code” is at the bottom of the page, add the coupon code DADCARD into your account.
  3. See your code in your account when you click on “My Special Offers” and it will ask you anytime you checkout if you’d like to apply it to your order. The expiration date is June 9
  4. Go to “Store” in the top menu then “Cards” and you can “Shop by Card Type” and select the 5×7 Greeting, 5×5 Sationery, or 5×7 Stationery card you want and create them.
  5. Just pay shipping (and applicable sales tax) when you order your five cards. When you use your coupon it does not apply towards standard shipping which should cost only $5.99 to have your cards sent back to you.

Like I mentioned above these don’t have to be just father’s Day cards. Plus new customers get 50 free prints when you sign up for Shutterfly.com! I’d love to hear what you ended up creating with your five FREE cards!

Thanks Freebies 4 Mom!

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