A Little Thank You
I love staying in touch with family members and friends, not to mention doing little things for co-workers and other acquaintances. As a result for the past 2 years I have paid to have the online e-card subscription. That has not in anyway diminished the number of cards and other items I purchase from various Hallmark stores. I can't begin to tell you how disgusted I was to hear from a couple of recipients of my e-cards all they had to go through just to open the card. Conformation numbers, passwords, what kind of nonsense is this? Some of the recipients didn't even make the effort once they discovered that you couldn't just click on the e-mail and open up the card. Why did you make this awful change?It was not like this last year, I know because I would not have renewed my subscription and I will not renew it this year!!!
January 7, 2013
gotta love H and YY
I want to know how Hallmark does this. Do these two guys sit in a sound booth and just improvise? I'd love to know. But I have to tell you, Hoops and YoYo are my favorites. I send them and receive them on a regular basis because they are so dry and funny and edgy. Keep it up, guys! There is always room for more H and YY ecards!
December 29, 2012
First, you have e-cards to send to a variety of personalities. I especially appreciate Hoops and YoYo..fun and silly. Secondly, I've been a member of Hallmark for about a year....as soon as I realized that e-cards would simplify my chaotic life because I can send one card to fifty colleagues in a matter of minutes. I still visit the store, as well, because that's fun, too, if I'm not pressured by timelines. So, God bless you and keep you, and rock-on, card masters! Anne
December 26, 2012
A Little thank you
I enjoyed the great animation and humor. I also like the clicking on different buttons to get thank you messages in a variety of ways. The "pig Latin version" brought back fun memories of childhood.
December 26, 2012
Hoops and YoYo
cute characters! more FREE e-cards should be available though
I have been a subscriber for many years.
December 22, 2012
Hoops and Yoyo
This series is unlike any other card offer from other web sites. They are by far the funniest two in card form!!
December 20, 2012
Like the way the website is working right now. Very easy to use. I love the cards, too, especially Hoops and Yoyo! Please continue to provide us with lots of choices.
December 7, 2012
Love Hoops and Yoyo
These two little critters always makes me smile and are among my favorite selections from Hallmark e-cards.
December 6, 2012
Personally I enjoy Hoops and Yoyo, but the individual I sent the card to really enjoyed it too. She said it made her smile. =) What more can a person ask?
November 29, 2012
Love e-cards and Hoops and Yoyo
An e-cards subscription is totally worth the money. Hoops and Yoyo
are among my favorite characters, so funny and cheerful. Keep the new cards coming!
November 18, 2012
E-card subscription not worth it!
The choices for e-cards, for most events, are minimal and below the quality I've come to expect from Hallmark. Many choices are repeats from past years and what remains isn't appropriate for the audience or the ages I'm sending to (ages 12 - 78) - events: b'day, holidays, congratulations, thank you, thinking of you, get well. Many are what I'd call "hokey." In addition, if people are going to spend money for a subscription, then the choices for paying that money should be far better than those cards that are "free to the public."
October 20, 2012
E-card section sorely lacking
The e-card selection is sorely lacking not just for the free ones, but also for the ones in the subscription section. You would think since hallmark.com has been offering e-cards for quite a number of years, there would be better quality, ,ore selection, and more characters (licensed or owned by Hallmark) to choose from. But, there is not. In fact, some holidays/special occasions have less than 10 choices to send to recipients via online, if you charge a dollar a month for online service, make it better than average.
October 11, 2012