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Pennie Post Subscription Review + Coupon – March 2017

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Pennie Post is a monthly stationery subscription service by indie stationery company, Elsie J. Pennie Post is all about the fun of sending and receiving mail. Each month, you’ll receive a new assortment of unique, quirky items that could include notecards, cards for all sorts of occasions, postcards, and other products to help you up your greeting game.

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The Subscription Box: Pennie Post

The Cost: $10.23 per month, or purchase a one-time pack for $11.00.

COUPON: Save 70% off your first month with code MYSUB! Make sure to choose “Subscribe & Save” before checkout.

The Products: At least 3 stationery items a month, which may include cards, notecards, postcards, and more.

Ships to: US and Worldwide (See FAQ for additional costs)

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The info card that comes in the Pennie Post envelope details the theme for the month, which is “Spring Fresh”. I love the dainty design of the branding.

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Cherry Blossom Notecard – Value $3.50?

Notecards differ from regular greeting cards in that they’re one-sided—sort of like a fancy postcard. Pennie Post sells a lot of notecards on their site “boutique”, but I couldn’t find this exact one on the shop (I linked to something similar to estimate the value). Yay for hard-to-find designs!

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This card has a nice thickness to it. There’s a bit of texture to it as well, almost like watercolor artist paper might have. I love the delicate design of the cherry blossoms. It’s almost as if they’re coming in and out of a fog—so pretty.

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Most of these cards have the Pennie Post insignia on the back.

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Three Chicks Card – Value $4.00?

This blank-inside, folded greeting card is versatile enough to work in a bunch of springtime situations. Will I use it as an Easter greeting? A punny greeting for a gal pal? Or just a sweet, sunny surprise for someone special? I love the cute expressions on the chicks’ faces and the bright colors.

Again, this design wasn’t on the site shop, so I linked to something similar.

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Bestie Tea Cup Card – Value $4.00?

This blank card looks like another subscription exclusive, so I linked to something similar, rather than this exact design. I love this cute card! I like the whimsical, doodle-like drawing style a lot. It’s a great pick to send to a friend. My pals and I are big coffee drinkers, so I could see myself filling in around the “Hey Bestie” message with an espresso-hued colored pencil, haha!

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Thank You Notecard – Value $0.38?

This subscription guarantees three items, so this fourth card is a bit like a bonus. Unlike the first notecard, this one is a thinner card and has a design on both sides. I couldn’t find this one on the site shop, so I linked to a similar style notecard.

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Here’s the back. It reminds me of a classy necktie or business shirt. I could see using this to send a thank you note to an interviewer or mentor.

Verdict: I thought this Pennie Post pack was very cute. The cards ended up being right around $11.00, which breaks even with its price. I’m happy about that value since it’s rare that I can find more than a card or two at regular stores without spending close to $10.00. How much I enjoy a stationery subscription always comes down to whether I like the design aesthetic or not. These cards were a bit more dainty and simple, but in that, they’re versatile and have an understated personality to them. So this was a win for me!

What did you think of this month’s Pennie Post?

Written by Anna Reilly

Anna Reilly

Anna loves collecting little treasures, be they pop-culture finds, handmade mementos, or new potions to put in her makeup bag. Beauty boxes got her interested in the subscription world, but now she’s swooning for all things kawaii!

All views in this review are the opinion of the author. My Subscription Addiction will never accept payment in exchange for a review, but will accept a box at no cost to provide honest opinions on the box. This post may contain affiliate/referral links. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.

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