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A Quick Tip by Sharrie

  • Aug 10, 2011
I gave Moo another trial after the last undelivered order as I like some artwork by one of its designers and there was a discount of some 30%. From order to arrival, it takes some 3 weeks from London to Hong Kong. That is taking a tad too long as far as I'm concerned. The discount was only a few dollars after deducting the shipping cost. I'm generally happy with the cards, especially the postcards and the stickers. It'd be better if the shipping time could be a little shorter without having to incur too much in shipping cost!

Hence, I'm upgrading the rating from a -1 to +2. I do like the printing quality and the flexibility in the designs. It'd probably be a better deal for those who resides in US and Europe!

If you'd like a discount, email me and I'll send you a code for a 10% discount!
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August 11, 2011
I've never ordered them myself, but I've loved the ones that I've been given by others! Glad to hear that you finally go the cards and they turned out nice! Did you try ordering from local HK companies though? I would think they'd have cool, fancy business cards, too! :P
August 11, 2011
Yes, from the collection of restaurants' cards I've collected along the way, they do have nice printouts. The thing is when I asked, they said they hired professionals to do the artwork! So, it'll turn out to be much more costly if individuals want to do a nice one since one has to work with the pro. My cousin is in advertising but he's so busy that he hasn't even got back to me on the logo! Another cousin of mine took very pro pix in Canada so I'm intending to use his pictures for my next printout instead. That saves me time and money! :-)
 
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I'm a traveler at heart & have been nicknamed Travel Queen by friends & colleagues alike. Traveling has been my life passion for the last decade or so. As we enter a new decade, I'm excited … more
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