How to Save Money on Vistaprint Business Cards (and More!)

Vistaprint only allows one coupon per order, so you have to be strategic about picking the right codes.
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Vistaprint is known for its affordable business cards, but you could be getting them even cheaper.

Vistaprint nearly always has a large selection of coupon codes. The site also hosts regular sales and one-day specials, which result in frequent savings of at least 50% off. However, Vistaprint only allows one coupon per order, so you have to be strategic about picking the right codes. Read on for our full guide to saving money on Vistaprint business cards — and more!

How Much Are Vistaprint Business Cards?

Vistaprint offers a wide array of customization options for business cards, but in general, the most popular option is to buy 500 cards. Choosing standard options like a horizontal orientation, matte or glossy paper stock, and standard paper weight with square corners will only set you back $20. That's a super cheap 4 cents per card!

We routinely see Vistaprint promo codes that drop the price of 500 business cards to just $10, saving you 50% right off the top.

Obviously, adding upgrades will drive up the cost of your business cards. For example, opting for premium-weight paper, pearl stock, and rounded corners adds $10 each to the bulk price — raising the total to $50. Still, that amounts to 10 cents per card for 500 cards, which isn't a terrible investment.

Better yet, you can save even more on business cards by utilizing Vistaprint coupon codes. We routinely see Vistaprint promo codes that drop the base price of 500 business cards to just $10, saving you 50% right off the top. These offers can apply to standard cards or premium cards, depending on what kind of promotion Vistaprint is running.

At the time of this writing, we saw two codes, both for the amount of 500 business cards. One was for standard cards but offered 40% to 50% off premium papers, shapes, and sizes; the other took $10 off 500 premium business cards for new customers.

Does Vistaprint Offer Free Shipping?

Although shipping costs can vary, when it comes to business cards, choosing the standard five business day shipping option will add an extra $6.99 onto your order. However, Vistaprint occasionally offers free shipping — you just have to know where to look.

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New users have the best chance to score this perk. Often, if you subscribe to the Vistaprint email newsletter, you'll receive a code that takes 20% off your order and gives free shipping. It's a great way to save money when you're trying to cut down on business costs.

Vistaprint Is More Than Business Cards

There are a ton of printing services available from Vistaprint, going well beyond business cards. The site is a great resource for those wanting to purchase postcards, flyers, invitations of all kinds, customizable clothing items, photo gifts, and even promotional items.

Better yet, you can usually find seasonal or holiday coupon codes for Vistaprint. This makes the site an affordable way to get custom photo gifts for Mother's Day and Father's Day, for example. Check out our list of Vistaprint coupon codes for all the current offers.

Readers, have you saved money using Vistaprint's services? Share your deal tips in the comments below!

Julie Ramhold
Senior Staff Writer/Consumer Analyst

Julie's work has been featured on CNBC, GoBankingRates, Kiplinger, Marketwatch, Money, The New York Times, Real Simple, US News, WaPo, WSJ, Yahoo!, and more. She's extolled the virtues of DealNews in interviews with Cheddar TV, GMA, various podcasts, and affiliates across the United States, plus one in Canada.
DealNews may be compensated by companies mentioned in this article. Please note that, although prices sometimes fluctuate or expire unexpectedly, all products and deals mentioned in this feature were available at the lowest total price we could find at the time of publication (unless otherwise specified).


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I and my wife have ordered Vistaprint cards at least ten times over the past 10 years, and have always been pleased with the quality.
I've read that s business card is like a handshake so Vistaprint business cards are not recommended because they are so flimsy.
I used to buy Vistaprint cards, but was dissatisfied with their quality. Colors always came out murky. I don't know if they've finally changed, but back then, their cards were slightly smaller than standard size. Only something like 1/16" shorter in height and width, but enough that they could get lost in a Rolodex of other business cards. I'd rather pay a little extra with other companies and get better quality.