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Coins for sending Paperless Post Cards

What are Paperless Post Coins?

Coins are the currency we use on Paperless Post Cards to price and pay for our premium (paid-for) design options for Paperless Post Cards, which include invitations, greeting cards and thank you notes.

We have many Cards that are free to send, while other premium Cards require Coins to send (“Premium Cards”). In addition to Premium Cards , we also have premium (paid-for) add-ons, including envelopes, liners, stamps, postmarks, logos, and backdrops, all of which require Coins to send. Paperless Post tracks the number of Coins required to send each Card based on your customization. As you go through the customization flow, the Coin cost of your Card per recipient will appear at the top right corner of the page. 

Coins are not transferable, and won't expire as long as your account is active. 

How much do Coins cost?

Coins are sold in packages, and the price per coin varies based on the size of the package. You can see all coin packages here:

US

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UK

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AU

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How many Coins will I need?

The total cost of an online Card will depend on what premium content you use and the number of email addresses you are sending your card to. It can range from 0 to 13+ Coins per guest, depending on the selections you make. As you customize your Card, the Coin cost of the Card per recipient will appear at the top right corner of the page. After you create your recipient list, you'll see your total Coin cost (that is, Coins per recipient x number of recipients). 

When do I buy Coins?

If you don't already have Coins in your account, you can purchase Coin packages here, or you'll be prompted to purchase Coins after designing your Card and creating your recipient list. 

Can I use Coins later? 

Any unused Coins will remain in your account for you to use at a later time. Per our Terms of Service , Coins are non-refundable, non-transferrable, and unused Coins expire after 5 years of account inactivity, as subject to applicable U.S. state escheat law. 

If you have any additional questions about pricing, if you need fewer than 25 Coins, or if you need help removing premium options, please contact us.

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