Personalized photo prints & emblems adorn hats & shirts & online design tools with templates & custom text yields attractive business cards
What You'll Get
Customizing your own property is a time-consuming process that often yields illegible monograms and valuable works of art with your dental records stapled to them. Attach a sensible, personal touch with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $60 worth of printed products ordered online from Vistaprint. For this deal, Vistaprint is offering Groupon holders an additional 30% off all regularly priced items. The prices on this landing page reflect the discount. This Groupon is not valid toward shipping costs or tax.
Vistaprint performs high-quality, low-volume printing jobs to bring colorful accents to everyday objects with photos, emblems, and more. With online design tools, professionals craft custom business cards (regularly $19.99+ for 250; discounted to $13.99+ for 250), and cheery brides lay out wedding invitations (regularly $9.99+ for 10; discounted to $6.99+ for 10). Returning students and office managers can create personalized rubber stamps (regularly $12.99+; discounted to $8.99+) to brand staple removers before they stampede. Virtually all printed products can incorporate photographs, including embroidered accessories such as customized hats, hoodies, and tote bags.
Once swathed in cotton photos of yourself, design a matching wall calendar (regularly $15.99+; discounted to $10.99+) to transform your home into a shrine of solipsistic introspection. Numerous packages are also available and customizable according to individual business needs.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 15, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per order. Not valid for CT, IL, NC, NY, or non-US addresses. Cannot be combined with other offers. Must redeem online at vistaprint.com/grouponhalloween. Must use in 1 visit. Valid for all Vistaprint items. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.