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March, Cambirdgeshire – May 22, 2018 /MarketersMedia/

According to statistics, the global personalised gifts market is set to reach $31.63 billion by the year 2021. This significant growth is urged on by the surge of individuals trying to find gifts that showcase how well they know their friends and loved ones.

A newly launched serviced, Personalised Playing Cards, is now offering all types of personalised cards, designed with a customer’s custom needs and specifications in mind. These cards can feature pop culture references, personal photos, quotes and more, with a myriad of options available on the company’s website.

“When you order Personalised playing cards from us, you can customize the cards you order online to anything you can imagine,” stated company representative Steve Sheddon. “Thanks to our online tool, it’s extremely easy to personalise the cards you want and get the results you desire. We offer a wide array of products, from Personalised Tarot cards to Personalised poker cards and more.”

To get started with our personalisation services, customers need to upload their favorite photos and images. These will then be added to the deck, and the customer can choose if they want one or two-sided personalised playing cards. There is a multitude of options and solutions to meet the needs of any client.

“We also offer two service levels,” continued Sheddon. “Our normal service applies to orders placed online that will be dispatched within four working days of being ordered and can be used for up to 250 decks. We also offer an emergency service, which ensures that any order that is placed before 12 noon will be dispatched the same working day, and any order that comes in after 12 noon will be sent out the next working day. While both services are affordable, the emergency service will obviously cost more than the normal service.”

Additional information about the services and products offered by Personalised Playing Cards, and the pricing, can be found by visiting the company’s website.


At Personalised Playing Cards, the staff is dedicated to ensuring that customers get the customized products they want, for a price they can afford. Dedicated to providing fast and reliable service, this company offers fast turn-around for any and all orders received. More information about pricing and options can be found on the company’s website.

Contact Info:
Name: Steve Sheddon
Email: info@personalisedplayingcards.com
Organization: Personalised Playing Cards
Address: Unit 2 55 Thorby Ave, March, Cambridgeshire PE15 0AR
Phone: 01354 656430

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