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Give the Graduate Address Labels

Posted on Monday, June 3rd, 2013 at 7:00 am
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784497_graduationThe month of June includes a lot of graduations. What are you going to give the graduates in your life as gifts? A unique, and frugal, idea is the gift of address labels. These are useful for high school grads who are going to be living in a dorm soon, or for college grads who will be getting their very own place for the first time, ever. Having your very own address labels, for your new place, is one of those “signs” that a person has become an adult.

Number of Designs: thousands
Prices Start At: Usually, standard pricing is $7.99 for 140 address labels
Discount: Vistaprint is offering 140 address labels for $1.99 through June 4, 2013.
Size: Document Trim Size is 2.66” x 0.83” Full Bleed Size is 2.78” x 0.95”
Shipping: Nonexistent – I believe you have to print the address labels from your own printer.

Number of Designs: thousands
Prices Start At:
$5.95 for 150 address labels that are “regular” or clear.
$9.95 for 250 address labels that are gold foil or metallic foil
Size: 2.5”x.75”
Freebies: You can upload a photo or logo for free.
Shipping: Standard ground method via UPS takes 5 – 7 days.
Restrictions: The United States is the only country they ship to.

Number of Designs: thousands
Prices Start At: $2.95 for per sheet of 30 address labels – smallest quantity you can order is 5 sheets
Size: 3/4” x 2 1/4”
Shipping: Nonexistent
You customize the address label and then print a sheet of them from your printer.
Discount: Some labels are eligible for a 20% off discount when you use the code FATHERSELECT. The code is valid through June 4, 2013.

Number of Designs: thousands
Prices Start At: $10.99 for 140 address labels
Size: Document Trim Size is 2.66 x 0.83” Full Bleed Size is 2.78” x 0.95”
Shipping: As far as I can tell, there is no shipping involved. You must print the labels from your printer.

Number of Designs: 30
Prices Start At: $7.99 for one sheet of 36 address label stickers
Size: 3” x 1”
Shipping: The address labels will be delivered to you in 3 to 5 business days after processing.

Number of Designs: 554
Prices Start At: Normally, prices start at $9.99 for a set of 24 address labels. Many are currently on sale for $7.99 for a set of 24 address labels. It is unclear how long this sale will last.
Size: 1 1/8” x 2 3/8”
Shipping: Some address labels might be eligible for free shipping. Otherwise, it will cost $1.99 for one set of address labels (plus $1.00 for each additional set of address labels).
Restrictions: They will ship to the United States and to Canada.

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