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Best Value Way to Buy Birthday/occasion Cards?

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Has anyone got any advice to share on how to save money when buying birthday or occasion cards for family/friends? I have considered buying the variety packs but not sure how good they are. Any recommendations of shops to look at would be great.

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1 year ago
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Johnny
Johnny1 year ago

Many charity shops have nice cards for around 99p and M&S cards are cheaper than many.

I try to avoid paying more than £1 for a card buy spares when I see ones I like.

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MrsCraig
MrsCraig1 year ago

Card factory. Lots of cards that are a really good price.

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SuzJ
SuzJ1 year ago

Card factory are good although a lot of them do look cheap. I like Asda for single cards, reasonable quality and can usually get a half way decent one for under £1.

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Baldy12
Baldy121 year ago

I bought a pack of hand made mother's day cards off eBay, really good quality and saved me a fortune.

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eyeballkerry
eyeballkerry1 year ago

Where I live in Kent, we have Right Kard who sell cards for 40p. Or have you thought about making your own, I used to do quilling, time consuming but relaxing.

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