How to get a ‘FREE’ card via Moonpig – and you can use it for Valentine’s Day

SHOPPERS can bag a "free" card from Moonpig and you can use it to send to a loved on on Valentine's Day.

Cards to celebrate the romantic occasions typically cost between £3.29 and £3.49 a pop so you'll be making a neat saving in the offer.

The catch? You'll have to pay 76p to cover the postage so it's not completely free.

To claim the freebie, all you need to do is set three reminders for upcoming birthday or events through Moonpig.

To do this, you'll need to log in to your account or sign up for one if you're not already a member.

It's free to do, although you will need to provide some personal details such as your email address, plus you'll need to agree to the terms and conditions.

Shoppers will then need to click on the "add reminder" button on the app or desktop website.

You will need to provide the name of the person you will need to send a card to, relation, occasion and event date for all three of your reminders.

This information is only used to send you marketing emails tailored to the occasion in the hope you'll buy a card from Moonpig when it comes around.

You'll also get an extra 20% off when you receive the reminder email but there's no obligation to buy the card from the company.

You will then be sent a specific code that will get you a free standard size card and it can be used right away.

All you have to do is enter the code in at the checkout after adding the card to your basket and the money will come off the bill.

But you'll still need to pay for postage, which is 76p for first class delivery.

You won't be able to use the code to purchase an e-card (99p), large card (typically £4.99), or a giant card (typically £7.99).

It's limited to just one purchase so you can't use it to buy multiple cards, and it won't work if you try to use it on top of any other discount or offer.

Existing Moonpig customers can bag the freebie as well as newbies, and it will be running until at least February 7.

There's also no set time limit to when you have to use the code by so you could save it and use it for another event later in the year if you've already got Valentine's Day sorted.

Alternatively, you can pick up a bargain Valentine's Day card from Poundland for £1 each – and they're saucy.

The average Valentine's Day spend is £52 but sometimes it is the more personal rather than pricey gifts that are most appreciated.

Here's our guide to making your own card for a loved one for February 14.

 

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