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Vistaprint - 10 Free Christmas Gifts - (incl. FREE T-shirt) only pay processing + postage !

Posted By: elegantegotist, posted 2007/11/15 16:27
Your 10 FREE Christmas Offers!
100% Christmas, 100% off

* High-quality, full-colour custom printing
* Create in minutes!
* Satisfaction guaranteed

The 10 free gifts are:

T-Shirts

1 T-Shirt FREE

Business Cards
250 Cards FREE


FREE Christmas Folded Cards
10 Cards FREE


Photo Calendars
1 Calendar FREE

Wall Calendars

1 Free Was. $29.99

Christmas Cards 95 x 210mm


10 FREE

Caricature Return Address Labels

140 FREE Was. $12.99

Rubber Stamps

1 Stamp FREE

Calendar Magnets

10 Free Was. $22.00

Notepads

1 FREE Was. $12.99

Pay for shipping and processing only !
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  • elegantegotist2007/11/16 09:43:50
    The deal link wasn't working before (I don't know why maybe it was my internet). But its working fine now I just checked it.
  • jayne2007/11/16 09:48:54
    Yep, working fine from this end :) Thanks! Voted hot elegantegotist.
  • lisss2007/11/16 21:40:57
    Hot from me! I got the free t-shirt last time and its great!
  • cheekykids2007/11/17 09:35:43
    When I clicked on the link, some of the deals are not free. All the calendars and notepads are $0.77 each, and the return labels are $0.49. I am not complaining here as they are still very good "prices", lol. I was wondering the cost of uploading photos for the calendars. Has anyone tried that? Are they free? If not, how much? It doesn't say on the page when I go into the calendars. With all of VistaPrint's other deals, the uploading of images have costs attached to them and they say so before you upload.
  • elegantegotist2007/11/17 11:26:33
    Hi hun,

    I'm not sure what you mean. When I click on the link it takes me to the 10 Christmas Gifts page and everything on that page is free. If they are charging you maybe its for postage ? If not then I would definitely email them so they can fix it.
  • cheekykids2007/11/17 13:20:52
    When I tried it, 5 items are for free, the other 5 definitely have small costs associated (not including postage, of course). I tried emailing them but got an automatic reply saying they don't offer customer support through email. I tried phoning them, but I got disconnected. Nevermind, $0.77 is still very good.
  • lilpretzel2007/11/17 13:56:28
    If you order 2 or more of the free item you are charged for the 2nd and so on, only the 1st item is free.

    You can order 1 of each free product per order plus postage than maybe do another lot in hubby's name to obtain the free products again.

    :)
  • elegantegotist2007/11/17 14:07:28
    cheekykids
    When I tried it, 5 items are for free, the other 5 definitely have small costs associated (not including postage, of course). I tried emailing them but got an automatic reply saying they don't offer customer support through email. I tried phoning them, but I got disconnected. Nevermind, $0.77 is still very good.


    Think of it this way. You will still be up $2.80 after paying the 77 cents because of the 3.60 cashback (which you can of course put towards postage too !)
  • photographyisart2007/11/19 12:00:06
    I'd be careful when dealing with vista print.
    There are so many people on the internet and some of my friends who have said that months later after receiving their free items, they have had their details passed on to other companies that 'don't exist' and were getting charged $15 a month for passporttofun or something like it.
  • ScarletRubies2007/11/19 15:32:03
    I've got nothing but praise for Vistaprint. Their shipping charges are insane given the ".com.au" but they ship from Belgium (on most things - at least the stuff I've had) and the quality is ideal for my purposes (and I would say for any professional; maybe not truly luxe quality for weddings etc).

    My Christmas cards are gorgeous; friends OS have received theirs and really admired them (probably because my kids are so attractive, but you never know; might have been the cards!).

    My biggest tip would be to phaff about for as long as you can (not always practical) adding your freebies and checking postage, taking things out and checking again etc - I find it is almost (but not always) cheaper to order 1 or 2 things at a time because postage has worked out cheaper that way. And don't be tempted by their "upgrades" as I was the first time I bought from them - you will ALWAYS be able to get the item for free within a week because they DO send a ton of advertising emails. If I posted every offer I have here, you guys would try to kick me! I was away 14 days and got 10 emails from them. It's excessive, but I can accept it knowing I will use their services fairly regularly. Certainly I warn my friends before they order!

    No idea if my spam has increased as a direct result of using Vista - I get more than enough certainly.
  • samia7862007/11/22 11:59:22
    I just recieved the free tshirt (looks great), chissy cards, address labels and large postcards (I changed the design to include a calendar at the back. will use them for family n friends overseas. Cheaper postage for postcards!). The quality is terrific. Much better than the identitydirect ones I bought previously. Definitely worth the postage!!!

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