I love sending cards to family and friends. Actually, let me back up. I LOVE standing in the aisle reading all of the funny cards. I really do. I love the large selection of cards that Hallmark offers, I always find that perfect card. And after I find that perfect card, I still stand and read them so I can laugh some more. Then, I love watching the faces of loved ones when they open that funny or touching card. Priceless.
If you’re like me, you buy dozens of cards each year. I have 8 siblings, 7 of them are married, and have kids. That’s a whole lot of birthdays, anniversaries, graduations, weddings, showers, and more to celebrate. AND if you’re like me, you like to save money and earn rewards. Hallmark’s card Rewards program will do just that.
Each time you buy five cards, you will earn a reward of your choice that can be redeemable for dollars off merchandise, dining, or other perks from partners Hallmark has selected, including Land’s End, Nike, Omaha Steaks, and many other popular places. You can get rewarded for any Hallmark cards you buy, whether at Hallmark Gold Crown stores or more than 40,000 grocery stores, drug stores, and large supercenters across the country that carry Hallmark greeting cards.
LOW PRICES + GREAT REWARDS
With cards starting as low as $0.69, it is easy to put a smile on your loved one’s face, while earning rewards for your family. You will earn one reward for every five Hallmark cards purchased. Remember, even the .69 cent cards will earn a point for you, getting you closer to your reward. And, the rewards are awesome. Rewards include gift cards, discounts, dollars off merchandies, and more from several different reward partners.
EASY TO USE
It’s easy to earn rewards. Simply go HERE and download the Hallmark Card Rewards mobile app (Android and iPhone), to easily scan the barcode on the back of your purchased Hallmark cards and register your rewards for your account. It’s that simple.
SIGN UP NOW and start earning!
Disclosure: This post is brought to you by the folks at Hallmark. All comments and opinions are my own.