The best place to buy Christmas cards this year is your local newsagency, and here’s why…
- Newsagents have the best range of cards, often from different card companies. if you want a card for a specific caption like aunt, uncle, neighbour, teacher and more, your local newsagency is more likely to have these than any other retailer. In the everyday Christmas card range, your local newsagent is more likely to have more designs from which to choose.
- Newsagents are more likely to stock Aussie designed and made Christmas cards.
- Newsagents are more likely to have more types of cards such as money and gift card wallets, boxed cards and single cards.
- Cards in newsagencies are easier to shop. Take your time, browse at your leisure.
- Newsagents are more likely to have better quality cards, you’ll love how they feel in your hands, how they are finished. You can be proud to give these cards.
- Newsagency staff are more likely to help when you want. Just ask.
- You are more likely to save money on cards at your local newsagency as many run genuine value loyalty programs.
So, where is the best place to buy Christmas cards this year? Start at our local newsagent. And be sure to shop early, so you have the choice of more products, more designs.
Your local Aussie newsagency is likely to be locally owned and run. It’s where plenty of locals have got their first job over the years. It’s a shop that often supports local community groups and clubs.
Your local Aussie newsagency is a shop that helps locals connect with locals.
And how do your find your local newsagency? Do a Google search for newsagency near me and the map will present you plenty of options.
Remember, the Christmas cards you give are not for this year alone. Many people will keep them and look back on them over the years, remembering this Christmas, remembering you. Cards are like that, a sweet memory trigger, heartwarming, comforting. Choose your cards for today and for these memories into the future.
Where is the best place to buy Christmas cards this year? Your local Aussie newsagency. There are around 2,800 of us around the country, ready to serve you.