1000 Free Business Cards from UPrinting

By / Mar 10, 2009 / Freebies

About a month ago, we launched a new site called Card Observer. It’s a gallery that showcases beautiful business cards. Since the launch it has delivered a lot of inspiration to a lot people. Now I’m going to tell you where you can get a lot of business cards printed for free.

UPrinting is doing something special for creative professionals. They are giving away 1,000 Free Business Cards to graphic designers and web designers in the US. This is all part of their “Creative Professionals Kickstart ’09”.

To get your 1,000 cards just click the link below.

Get 1,000 Free Business Cards from UPrinting.com

About the Author

Henry Jones is a web developer, designer, and entrepreneur with over 14 years of experience. He is the founder of WDL and ThemeTrust.

  • Bharath Kumar

    Thanks for sharing. :)

  • http://triggersandsparks.com sarah

    Great deal, but it seems to be US-only.

  • http://leo.utskot.org Leo Utskot

    Only for gringos? Can’t select non-US state in the sign-up form.

  • Diogo Duarte

    OMG … Only north americans can have the cards ?

  • http://henryjones.us Henry

    I apologize for not realizing it was for North Americans only. I’ll edit the post to make it clear.

  • http://plurklayouts.com Olivia Bell

    Looks brilliant – pity it’s US-only.

  • http://www.iamfrankstallone.com Frank Stallone

    Thanks for the heads up! I need cards!

  • http://kloudesign.gr klou

    Groovy :) Thanks for sharing

  • http://www.ikywim.com Luiz Lopoes

    Sounds good, but the whole Terms and Conditions link doesn’t work, so I don’t know what I am agreeing to. O.O

  • http://mendozaopina.com Mendoza Opina

    WOOWW very good post!!

  • http://www.simplydano.com Duncan Jimbo

    Yea, the non-functional Terms and Conditions link is what stopped me from signing up as well. Might check later…

  • Chris Porter

    Make sure when you place your order, you find somewhere to input the coupon code because it was so hidden on the website (if you wanted proofs), but then if you don’t select proofs (this is after I’ve already placed my order), then there’s a field for inputting your coupon code. No field when you are wanting proofs.

  • Jess

    Interesting. 1000 business cards for just the price of shipping. I signed up – hoping they turn out nice! Thanks for the link.

  • http://Myspacefordesigners.com scott

    cool im ordering now….. there prices are higher than my normal company but for free… im gunna give it a shot….

  • Jess

    Reporting back, just received our business cards and they are really good quality. The printing is crisp and clean, nice paper, and holy cow I don’t know what to do with all these cards! I ordered them on the 15th and received them today so it took ten days.

    Many thanks to uprinting!!! Will order from again!

  • http://henryjones.us Henry

    @Jess – That’s great to hear Jess! Thanks for letting us know how it worked out.

  • Chris Held

    Thanks for this promotion. I received my cards and they look great. Colors are a little bit off, but for free I’m not complaining. No one but me will probably notice anyway.

  • http://www.addicottweb.com Addicott Web

    Thanks for sharing this promotion – I needed to update my business cards anyways, so this was perfect for me! My cards are en route, but I’m really impressed that they were giving away double-sided, glossy cards – I definitely didn’t expect them to be so nice for a freebie. And all for the cost of shipping? I would definitely use them again in the future.

  • http://www.greensproutmarketing.com David Pratt

    Just got the email from the guys today and they’re on their way. Not a bad deal for $6.

  • http://samirakhanhadi.wordpress.com/ samira khan

    i missed this great opportunity! :(

    can anyone tell me how good their printing was?

  • http://www.sosmedia.org SOS Media Web Design

    They printed 500 of my 1000 with a spot right on the logo area. When I called to ask for a reprint, they did not apologize, but rather requested that I send the 500 damaged cards back at my expense! When I disagreed with that, they had an “escalation manager” email me the terms and conditions which states that I must send them the defective cards at my expense, then pay for the reprinted cards to be shipped back to me. Needless to say, they got their wish and I stopped contacting them.

    You get what you pay for, and I can’t say DON’T USE UPRINT loud enough. Quality of printing and customer service is unacceptably bad. What hassle and aggravation!