Monday, October 24, 2011
Are you getting excited for the holidays? I know I sure am. With all of the exciting activities going on, it will be that time again to send out those holiday cards. Have you ever had a card personalized for that special person? It's more exciting to get a card that has been personalized. For this review I received a $20.00 credit to Moonpig. I ordered four personalized cards and I still have about three dollars left on my gift code. I will be ordering more cards very soon.
They have a very easy to use program to personalized each card, so it will be very unique and special for your loved one. Moonpig gives you the choice on fonts, font colors and sizing of the font inside the card. They will even mail the cards for you! Now, that's what I call good customer service! They have birthday cards, holiday greeting cards and they even have photo upload cards to really personalize your cards. I would definitely recommend Moonpig! The greeting cards are awesome and so many to choose from.
About MoonpigMoonpig.com offers a totally new concept in buying greeting cards. You can order most of the best selling greeting card designs you see in the shops, but they allow you to personalize the caption to create a completely unique card.
They produce all of the cards for their American recipients in their own hi-tech production facility in New Jersey and send them back to you or directly to your recipient via the United States Postal Service. Any orders received before 2pm EST Mon-Fri will be printed and mailed the same day.
They are directly linked with their sister sites in the UK and Australia. If you order any cards to be sent to the UK or other international destinations they will be printed and sent from the UK, allowing for greater speed in worldwide delivery.
Moonpig.com was launched in the UK in 2000, and opened an Australian branch in 2004. Since then they have been striving to improve the selection of cards they offer. They use designs from many of the leading card publishers, such as Paperlink, Clayboys, Noble Works, Ling Design, Last Lemon, and Quitting Hollywood, as well as many smaller publishers and designers. They are always looking for new ideas.
For all of you smartphone users: MoonPig has an iPhone app and will launch their Android app in two weeks.
A product sample was received for review. I was not paid in any form of cash for this posting. The opinions expressed are my own and were NOT influenced in any way.