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Hallmark: How to send personalized greeting card for free

Signed, sealed and delivered. Because everyone’s texting and emailing nowadays, getting a greeting card in the mail is extra-special. Sending one requires a little time and effort, but Hallmark has the solution with its Sign & Send option.

The greeting card company can take care of those special occasions, when you want to let a loved one in South Florida or beyond know you’re thinking about them with a more personal touch.



All that’s required is just a few taps, swipes and clicks from your smartphone. (You can also order the personalized greeting card from your home computer.)

Here’s how Sign & Send works:

Choose the perfect card. Shop online for the same Hallmark cards you’d find in-store. 

Add your personal message. Upload your handwritten note to be printed inside the card. (You can also type a message.)

Hallmark mails it. From your phone to their mailbox, Hallmark puts in the mail for FREE

Through June 30, you can send a card via Hallmark’s Sign & Send for FREE. Just use promo code SIGNANDSEND at checkout.

Crown Rewards membership required. The offer is only valid on eligible greeting cards at and requires U.S. billing and mailing addresses.

Hallmark also offers its Crown Rewards members a FREE greeting card every month in-store

This article originally appeared on our parent site, Living On The Cheap, and is used here with permission. 

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