Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Send a FREE postcard to U.S. Military Personnel Stationed Overseas!

Let's Say Thanks is a service that allows you to send a FREE postcard to U.S. Military Personnel Stationed Overseas! What a great way to send out encouraging words to all the brave men and women that serve our country!

Want to send a free postcard?!?
  • Choose your design here.
  • Choose a message.
  • Hit "send".

It's that simple!

My hubby is active duty in the Marines, so I understand just how IMPORTANT these little acts of kindness are. You really have a chance to bring a smile to a strangers face and most importantly show appreciation for all they do!

(Thanks, MamaCheaps!)


Jessica Purvis said...

Okay I need help! My husband and I just moved to CA from the NW and can't find anybody down here who states the deals going on at our local grocery stores! We don't have a Fred Meyers or Safeway! Does anybody know of anyone who is doing this?

Thanks so much!


Amy said...

I just tried this and it doesn't work. When I try to submit, it takes me to an error page.

Colleen Papillion, NE said...

I tried to send a postcard and it gave me an error message when I hit send.

Anonymous said...

Go to hot coupon and under the forums tab, go to swinging deals and there is a grocery stores section. Very extensive list of stores and all their weekly deals.

Anonymous said...

I tried to send a card as well and it gave me the error message.

Hip2Save said...

hmmm... I just went back to try to send another card and yes, I got the error message too. I've sent cards previously just fine, so I'm guessing the site is just down. Hopefully it will be back up and running soon.

Anonymous said...

awww...I got the error message too - and it makes me sad because I was feeling really good about being able to send this.

Anonymous said...

It's working now!!!!! Thanks so much for this tip!

Do you know any place where you can send care packages to ??? I would love to do that.



Aiming4Simple said...

I've heard that coupon-ers can also send coupons to military families stationed abroad. I'm hoping to do this with some of my recently expired ones, as well as extras I don't need.