kitchensqueen, I compared prices at Shutterfly and Tinyprints (both with discount codes) and they were about the same. In the end, Tinyprints won out because it gave me the discount plus free shipping for being a Costco member (whereas Shutterfly wouldn't let me use the discount code and the free shipping code on the same order).
I think part of the problem is that I left it until the last minute. If I started looking for codes a couple months ago it would have helped, but as I said, this year I wasn't planning to do a card until I changed my mind a few days ago. We send cards to about 55 people.
Regarding neighbor gifts, this is the first neighborhood I've lived in where that's been a thing. It's a really awesome, close-knit neighborhood. We have block parties, parades, hang out in the street playing after school (with 20+ kids), have wine-and-PJ moms-night-ins, and are just generally friendly with each other. Many of my neighbors are also my friends, which is great, but it sure adds a lot of people to our gift-giving roster!
SweetSilver, the codes aren't from a third party. If you go to www.shutterfly.com
, you'll see that at the top it'll have some sort of promotion, like "Free shipping on orders over $49: Use the code SHIP49." So during checkout, you just enter that code and it applies the discount.