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Free Business Cards w/ Free Shipping (No Scams!)

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If you’re thinking about starting up your own business or maybe you already have one, there’s something that almost every business owner needs — a business card.

In starting a business, it’s no secret that it’s going to cost a ton.  So, if you can save in some areas, it can help ease your budget just a pinch.  Even if it’s $10, hey, it all adds up, right?

In today’s post, I wanted to talk about the many companies online that offer free business cards with free shipping.  That’s right, put away your credit card as you won’t need it.  These options are completely free and require NOTHING from you.

As always, my posts are always legitimate, scam-free, and I can assure that I wouldn’t promote a product I wouldn’t use.

Free Business Cards with Free Shipping

4Over4.com

4Over4 offers 200 absolutely free business cards, however, there’s a caveat.  By far, this is the best option on this list.

In order to get your cards for free, they do ask that you share with your friends, either on Twitter or Facebook, in order to have the shipping fee waived.  This is required.  If you don’t share on social media, then the company will send an additional 100 business cards, but you will have to pay a small shipping fee.

The offer is only available to customers living in the United States, and there will be a small 4Over4 logo on the back.

To learn more about how this opportunity works, follow the link below to get your 200 free business cards.



Moo.com

Moo will send you 10 free business cards as part of its “Business Card Sample Pack.”

Inside this pack, they will include 10 cards featuring a variety of shapes, paper stocks and finishes.

While it isn’t a ton, it at least gives you an idea as to how good the cards are in terms of quality.  From what I read, many people have liked the samples, so much so that they went on to order.

PrintingForLess.com

PrintingForLess was the nation’s first e-commerce commercial printer, founded in 1996.  Having served over 220,000+ customers, from the small entrepreneurs to Fortune 500 companies, the company strives to provide a one-stop shop for all of your printing needs.

Like the few mentioned on this list, PFL will send you a variety of business card samples that are targeted to your project needs and budget.

To take advantage, all they ask is that you call their toll-free number to discuss your business plan or fill out their online form found via the link below.

Bookmark Freebie Websites

What you’re going to find out is that some online printers will offer free business card opportunities, but there’s often a limited supply, and they don’t last long.

Since I can’t always update this page, I highly recommend you check out the more than 40+ legitimate freebie websites that post daily.  These websites do a much better job combing the internet, posting jobs as they come out.

If you make it a habit to at least check daily or even weekly, there could be a good chance you find a deal.  You can even set an alert need be so that you don’t even need to check.

If you’re lucky enough to find a freebie worth signing up, just make sure you act fast before the supplies run out.

Design Your Own

This isn’t 100% free, per se, but it’s a lot cheaper than using the premium paid options. I just wanted to list it as it could be a great option for your situation.  In many cases, you can print your business cards at home for almost nothing.

Good paper can cost less than $10 easily, and on average, this can produce more than 200+ business cards.  Add in your printer ink and you’re not talking much.

And, as for your business card design, there are so many free programs online that can help you get the job done.  Canva.com, for instance, has hundreds of templates you can use for free and no downloads are required.  I use it personally for this website and can’t say enough great things about it.

In the end, you don’t have to be a graphic designer nor do you need a professional printer setup.  Just let it be known that you can do it at home.

Final Thoughts

Remember that a business card is often your first impression, so if your card looks and feels cheap, then your customer may think you don’t value your company enough to put your money into it.

This isn’t always true, but just keep it in mind if you do decide to try out one of the few companies mentioned prior.  Seeing it’s free, you can always trash them if you feel the quality just isn’t there.  If you do like it, then consider supporting them and making a purchase!

In the meantime, I would love to list a ton of companies that offer free business cards with free shipping, but they just don’t exist.   While you will find companies offer “free shipping” or even “free business cards,” there are often some sort of fees attached, making not 100% free.  The companies mentioned above do offer free business cards with no strings attached, but I can’t vouch for the quality as I have never ordered from them before.  I figured it’s a great way to at least test the quality before committing to a paid batch.

As always, if you know of any other companies and/or you want to comment on the ones I already mentioned, then you’re more than welcome to comment on them below.

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