Vistaprint premier business cards: 250 matt cards + metal card holder + delivery - £11.99
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Vistaprint premier business cards: 250 matt cards + metal card holder + delivery - £11.99

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Found 2nd Sep 2013
Discount code: vouchercodesfbc
Ordered some business cards yesterday, and on the of-chance, I entered a discount code I found for 250 free "standard" business cards (fixed format cards, no option to add logo/picture etc), and to my delight I received I barrage of discounts, resulting in me paying £11.99 in total (including tax and shipping) for my 250 "premier" business cards (fully customised), plus getting a free metal business card holder. My receipt doesn't quite make sense, so I'm not entirely sure what I would have paid without this discount, but I was anticipating paying £14.99+VAT+shipping (around £22) so I was happy!

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be prepared to be spammed loads

Well known for at best dubious selling pratices - avoid like it was a cheap all inclusive holiday to Syria...

once you buy they will never leave you alone AVOID

Original Poster

Interesting....
On looking through the link, the last comment was from 2011. Does anyone know if these subscription charge problems are still persisting? If it's just the case of receiving lots of annoying emails, I can handle that (especially since my gmail account separates promotion emails from 'proper' emails), but clearly, taking my money is a big no no.

I did this recently, paid with Paypal.Didn't seem to be an issue. Got some emails but I unsubscribed and don't think I have had anything since then. They arrived pretty quickly and were nice.

I have used them for a few years very impressed with them no problem with billing, yes a lot of ads but just unsubscribe.

You will be spammed to death.

Be prepared to have someone in Barbados take money from you without your permission each month and never see it again.

Complete crap and fairly low quality business cards to boot - avoid.

I've had the cards before and they were pretty good (they were 'free' in fairness - just had to pay postage) Also done invitations and personalised calendars where you just had to pay postage (they used to send emails for free items..) Seems they have stopped this now though - dont' seem to get any offers by email for freebies anymore
Edited by: "GILLFREEBIE" 8th Sep 2013
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