It’s never too early to start planning for the holidays, especially when it means saving money. Bargain hunters like to celebrate as much as anyone else — just on a budget.
And, with this annual sale from Hallmark, customers can save big on much-needed holiday items for the home and for gift-giving. The prices are never this good until post-holiday sales, but, then, you have to save them until next year.
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From Oct. 9 to 18, Hallmark Gold Crown is having its annual Pre-Season Savings Event at participating locations.
All sale items are buy-one-get-one FREE — in-store and online.
Here’s what you can get at very merry prices:
- Hallmark Holiday Boxed Cards
- Hallmark Holiday Gift Wrap
- Hallmark Tree Trimmers Ornaments
- Hallmark 3-Wick Candles
There’s no mixing between products, and the complimentary item must be of equal or lesser value.
The deals are also available online, but orders may incur shipping charges. However, you can ship to store for pickup at no additional cost.
BONUS: If you spend $75 or more, get a FREE Large Mercury Glass Tree Candle — $29.99 value.
Hallmark giving away cards
Hallmark hase been giving away 2 million cards, in the hopes of encouraging people to send notes of gratitude, during these chaotic times. The limit is one pack per household, while supplies last. The offer is only available to U.S. shipping addresses. Click here for details.
Free singing e-cards from celebrities
Let your loved ones know you’re thinking of them with a free e-card from American Greetings. The best part? (Aside from the fact that it doesn’t cost a thing, that is.) You can pick special celebrity e-cards! Click here for details.
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