If you have yet to get a free card from Treat.com, don’t miss this great offer. Today only, score a Thank You card for nothing out of pocket! Simply go here, choose the Thank You card of your choice, select to have the card shipped to you to avoid postage charges. Use promo code TREATTHANKS at checkout and your card will be on its way!

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15 thoughts on “Today Only: Free Card at Treat.com!”

  1. Mel says:

    Code is freetreat for new customers, but it still wants payment info even with no money owed.

  2. jodielay says:

    Didn’t work for me either. Said promo code expired. I set up a new account and everything.

  3. jenette says:

    It didn”t work for me either so I did a live chat with Treat and they fixed it. Free card on the way!

  4. kozmir says:

    It’s only for new customers…

  5. Marlyn says:

    I tried with like 8 different cards, and with all of them it said ”
    The promo code entered is not applicable to the card(s) in your mailbox”
    I think I’m going to let it go…

  6. I tried too and didn’t work. Couponerslivingfree.com posted a free card thing at cardstore.com, valid thru 8/26 use promo code
    CCK2248. I’m gonna try that one now.

  7. Brenda Reed says:

    Same here…tried a couple cards. Invalid promo for card. I love wasting my time…

  8. Kim says:

    Same problem as others. Spent an hour putting together a card with 6 pictures and says it’s not valid with the card I selected.

  9. Anonymous says:

    Not working :( Code wasn’t valid for the card in my basket. I tried 2 different Thank You cards.

  10. Chelsea says:

    Says the code is not applicable to my thank you card. Guess it doesn’t really work.

  11. I chose one of the Thank You cards that came up when I followed the link, and when I got to my shopping cart, it said that the promo code above was not applicable to the type of card I had in my cart. Not sure what’s wrong…

  12. Anonymous says:

    Notice that this is only for people who haven’t gotten a free card from Treat.com yet. (Yep, it said that in the first sentence of this post. I’m probably the only one who didn’t read thoroughly, but I’m used to seeing “FREE CARD” and entering codes excitedly.)