Black Friday Processing Special – Expanded!

Happy Halloween!  This is not a trick, but it is a treat.

We are expanding the Black Friday Processing Special to include 2013 products, and we are extending the domestic post mark date to November 12th.

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Get your cards on COMC in time for Black Friday!

Remember:

  • No premium items – these will still get our Premium service.
  • No trade show stamps.
  • No National Treasure printing plates.

The fee for the special is 50 cents/item. Unlike our Basic or Premium services, this fee will be charged up front, so you must have sufficient funds in your account to cover the processing fees or you can include payment in package.

  • FYI: There’s a $10 minimum batch processing fee, so you’ll want to send in 20 (or more) cards.

All domestic packages for the Black Friday Special must be postmarked by November 12st. This refers to the USPS postmark on the outside of the package and not any dates generated by our submission wizard.

This part is very important, so please note:

Make sure to write on the OUTSIDE of box by the address label that your box includes a BLACK FRIDAY SPECIAL transaction – doing so will ensure that it receives priority treatment.

We guarantee your cards will be live on the site by the Wednesday before Black Friday.  And, the sooner we receive your cards, the sooner they’ll be up on the site, so send them in as soon as possible.  Anything received with a postmark after November 12th will receive our Basic Service.

And, as always, stayed tuned for the latest news and developments at our FacebookTwitter, Google+, and Instagram pages.

8 thoughts on “Black Friday Processing Special – Expanded!

  1. Well done. Common sense finally prevails. What is so cool about this site is how you really try to get things right. Thank you for thinking this through.

  2. Sadly, this is the first year I did not participate in the Black Friday deal.

    I have inventory that needs to move and adding more doesn’t help.
    It also doesn’t help that the deal wasn’t so enticing.

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