INKLY: Save Money This Mother’s Day With 50,000 Free Personalised Cards From Inkly

London - 02 March 2015 - After the success of their free cards campaign for Valentine’s Day, Inkly Cards is extending the offer to Mother’s Day, by giving away another 50,000 free, personalised printed cards.

Once again, customers can choose from the diverse range of over 200 different Mother’s Day cards available on the app (each worth £2.99 GBP), from beautifully designed art cards, to photo upload cards. And as always, each card can be personalised with the customer’s own handwriting, using Inkly’s patent pending handwriting technology.

“Mother’s Day is an important time to thank your Mum for everything she has done for you, so we’re not suggesting you spend less on her. Instead, why not put that £2.99 you’ve saved towards something else for her, perhaps some chocolates or a bottle of bubbly?„ Peter Ryder, co-founder of Inkly. 

The app can be downloaded at and customers can use the code MUM at the checkout to claim their free card.

The free cards are available for new customers, one per person, and does not include postage (£0.62 GBP). The offer is valid until 11th March 2015.

Follow us on Twitter at and Like us on Facebook at, using the hashtag #AppyMothersDay.

- ENDS -


Megan Rex

Director of PR & Comms

+44 (0) 7964 018922 / +44 (0) 207 1006696

About Inkly Cards

Inkly Cards allows you to send real printed greetings cards and postcards straight from your mobile device with a handwritten message inside.

The app uses advanced patent pending image processing and extraction techniques to make sure your handwritten message looks exactly as you wrote it. Combined with industry leading printing presses and card stock, Inkly cards are printed to the highest possible quality every time.

Inkly Cards is compatible with iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch iOS 6.0 and Android 4.0 and up.

Link to App Store:

Link to Google Play Store:

Inkly Cards is a subsidiary of Inkly Limited.

About Inkly Limited

Inkly is the creation of Lee Hawkins and Peter Ryder, originally established in 2012, starting with Inkly Cards. They now have a tight-knit team based in London’s Shoreditch, working on a number of mobile apps, with more news to follow.