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Vista-Print Personalised Calendars? How good are they?

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6y, 2w agoPosted 6 years, 2 weeks ago
Just thinking about getting the little one to help me make calendars for granny etc, but then seen the VP examples, whereby you can upload your own photos etc?

Do you know if you can remove the VP advertising on the rear of Calendar?

TIA
Dave
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6y, 2w agoPosted 6 years, 2 weeks ago
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#1
They're great quality - I use them every year for my business :D

Lots of people hate anything to do with Vistaprint as they used to have a pop-up which appeared to offer a £10 voucher but once you read it it turned out to be a subscription service - so just be careful what you click on after you have ordered.

I've used them for the last 10 years and never had a problem at all. The quality is excellent and the photo reproduction pretty true to colour etc. They usually charge a photo upload fee for using your own pics, however they dont charge this on the calendar so you can upload your pics, choose which ones to use, move them around etc without any extra cost. You can also personalise your own favourite dates to suit the recipient.

You can usually remove their logo for a small additional payment - something like £1.49 I think offhand, though may vary between products possibly - but it will be an option before you get to the basket.
#2
currently coming back @ 1 for £3.49 inc PnP or 3 for £10.25 including free Personalised Mouse Mat
#3
I ordered some last year with my little boy on them, and also submitted an order last week for nexts years..

GO via QUIDCO for your £5 cash back, and ENSURE you don't tick any other tick boxes when going through check out.

Cheers

Rick
#4
I've just got mine through the post today! I got them with a 99p code from the book club (I think? leaflet through the post anyway!) They're really good quality, I got them as presents for my grandparents, with pics of the kids on. Lots of choice of designs, I'm very happy! :)
#5
RickT
I ordered some last year with my little boy on them, and also submitted an order last week for nexts years..

GO via QUIDCO for your £5 cash back, and ENSURE you don't tick any other tick boxes when going through check out.

Cheers

Rick


Never new about quidco, but then I get emails from them every other days with offers etc, do not sure it would work out any more/less?

Edited By: Disco on Nov 26, 2010 07:33
#7
I use VistaPrint for business cards ,there good , I got the email from them the other day advertising the calendars . But ,yesterday I noticed the self print ones in Poundland . You get the photo paper and everything else too.Might be fun for the youngsters to do their own for relatives.
#8
I haD a calendar fond by snapfish. It is great quality and the colour on the photos is great. Check quidco for cash back and discount codes
banned#9
I've used vistaprint and truprint and found them both quite good.

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