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Valentines Day Cards - How Much Do You Spend?

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The card shops were crazy today with people dashing to get last minute cards for loved ones, some getting the cheap ones for £1 or so, then there’s the mid priced ones for £3-4, and then there were the huge ones for about £10

what type do you normally go for?

hspexy
a year ago
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Ann1984
Ann1984a year ago

My self and husband think they waste of money so don't get each other cards we be having a kabab wrap instead of tacky gifts 🤣😂.

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hspexy
hspexy
Original Poster
a year ago

I know what you mean. The amount of rubbish being peddled this time of year for Valentine’s is insane - who wants a stuffed plush avocado? 😜

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Deleted42425
Deleted42425a year ago

Poundland for me lol x

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hspexy
hspexy
Original Poster
a year ago

Lol that was where I would normally go, but Card Factory sell cards cheaper, and if I get the ones on offer, the generic ones with no printed messages on the inside, I get they dirt cheap 😂

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KirsteyJames
KirsteyJamesa year ago

We always use Moonpig or funky pigeon so we can personalise the cards but we write on the inside rather than have it typed. Usually you can find a discount code so they cost around £3-4. This year i had an email of Freeprints to say they had brought out personalised cards and were giving them away free and pay only for delivery. So i paid 70p for my wifes 🙊

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hspexy
hspexy
Original Poster
a year ago

Thanks for the great tip 😊 I usually use their codes for making a gift book album for an anniversary or birthday so we can look through our photos that we’d taken throughout the year, but it’s definitely great for Valentine’s too

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KirsteyJames
KirsteyJamesa year ago

hspexy yes they are great. Only problem is we dont like to throw the cards away with out photos on so weve got a stack of them hete from over the years 🤣

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Glitterandgold
Glitterandgolda year ago

We haven't bothered with Valentines this year so cost me nowt. I am treating him to a chinese tonight tho, but thats more cos I fancy one 😂

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hspexy
hspexy
Original Poster
a year ago

It’s the food of love 😋 Forget Italian spaghetti - a bit of chow mien would do the trick 😜

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lornaae
lornaaea year ago

I don’t usually spend more than £2 on card whether that’s for birthdays, Christmas etc. I did get a personalised card for Christmas but that was still only £3, wouldn’t spend more on a card.

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ukheather
ukheathera year ago

None lol

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MeestairChrees
MeestairChreesa year ago

You can get some nice personalised ones on ebay for £2-5. I tend to get those. Have got some others online in sales too.

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Pjran
Pjrana year ago

We dont celebrate Valentines these days. I much prefer my husband buying a bouquet and bringing it home anytime and usually several times a year. I’ve realised after all these years that Valentines is a hurtful celebration to those single or not in a loving relationship.

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hspexy
hspexy
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a year ago

Yes, I can imagine it may make some people feel more isolated and depressed. Same goes for Christmasses. But I don’t think people should tiptoe around them, as we are better off celebrating than Worrying about how hurtful it is. But being mindful is important, and include people whenever possible

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chelseaturpin
chelseaturpina year ago

usually get a cheap but cute card from card factory so dont usually spend more than a couple of pounds on a card.

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