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There are a wide variety of reasons why some consumers and businesses should consider sending Christmas postcards instead of Christmas greeting cards. For businesses, the cost savings of going with a postcard instead of greeting cards is substantial. For consumers, it is much easier and quicker to fill out a postcard and send it rather than to send a greeting card. Although some recipients may prefer the greeting card slightly, a lot of people don't care one way or the other. It is the thought of sending a Christmas greeting that counts. That is why both consumers and businesses should think about sending postcards instead of greeting cards for business.
Businesses will save a lot of money by sending Christmas postcards instead of greeting cards. First of all, the cost of buying pre-printed postcards is a lot less than buying the equivalent greeting card. Generally, greeting cards will be twice as big or even three times as big as a postcard, which contributes to the higher cost. In addition, there is the time and money spent to fill out the envelope. Finally, the postage on postcards is a lot less than on greeting cards. Depending on the size and weight of the greeting cards, a first class postage stamp may not be enough in some instances.
Consumers should also think about switching to Christmas postcards as well. With greeting cards, time has to be spent addressing the envelope and stuffing the greeting card into the envelope. Also, the price of the postage on greeting cards is going to be higher than sending a standard size postcard. Finally, the cost of buying postcards is a lot cheaper than buying greeting cards. The greeting cards that are over-sized with recorded music can cost a lot of money. Those who want to send Christmas greetings to over a hundred will want to seriously consider switching to postcards for the upcoming Christmas season.
In general, Christmas postcards are a lot cheaper and take less time and effort to send than Christmas greeting cards. In these tough times for both consumers and businesses, this is a good way to cut costs without foregoing on the important annual tradition of sending seasons greetings.