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This Valentine's Day card will cost you only $0.71 – but your partner will love it

This Valentine's Day card will cost you only $0.71 – but your partner will love it
(Image credit: Louise Carey / Mixbook)

Want the best Valentine's Day card possible? We've found a fantastic deal that'll knock your heart-covered socks off, with Valentine's Day photo cards available from Mixbook starting from just $0.71! Check out our very favorite deals below…

Valentine's Day is on the horizon and you can already hear the schmaltzy love songs from here. However, if the opening flute notes of My Heart Will Go On are enough to send your eyes rolling into the back of your head, just remember that Valentine's Day isn't about saccharine ballads or cookie cutter Valentine's Day cards. 

A good Valentine's Day card (or even a good Valentine's Day gift for photographers) should capture the essence of your relationship – whether that means a sentimental message, or a funny Valentine's Day meme. However, the best way to do this is to create a Valentine's Day photo card. 

Using a photo for your Valentine's Day card means that you can perfectly customize it to your relationship. Perhaps you want to feature an image from your wedding, or maybe you'd rather use a shot from your favorite trip together. Either way, a personalized Valentine's Day card is the perfect way to show your partner just how much you care. 

We've selected a few of our favorite options from Mixbook to help you find the best Valentine's Day card for you and your partner. Starting from just $0.71(!), these are some of the best deals available right now!

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Louise Carey

With over a decade of photographic experience, Louise arms Digital Camera World with a wealth of knowledge on photographic technique and know-how – something she is so adept at that she's delivered workshops for the likes of ITV and Sue Ryder. Before joining the site, her formidable hands-on abilities served her well as features editor for Practical Photography. A freelance photographer in her own right, she is a proud Nikon DSLR shooter.