San Diego, CA / Jan 31, 2014 / ACCESSWIRE / (Pixingo) Pixingo, an online specialty greeting card and personal publishing company, has entered the world of delicious gifts with its MegaBytes product line. Officially launched today, customers will be able to add these gifts to the greeting card being mailed.
Customers can choose from variety of delights: quality chocolate and candy, high-end nuts, and unique fluffy popcorn and nuggets in various flavors.
MegaBytes is delivered along with the greeting card being sent by the customer. Pricing for these gifts ranges from $12.95 to $24.95 and includes Priority shipping. Currently MegaBytes are available for shipping within the U.S. and Puerto Rico.
"These are exciting times for us at Pixingo," Michael Yanke, co-founder of Pixingo commented. "Now all of our customer family can easily add a MegaBytes treat to a thank-you, birthday card or any greeting, and that will make the receiver's experience even sweeter."
"I had the privilege of sampling MegaBytes as part of a test group," said customer Tyler Coles in an interview. "Everything tastes delicious and I love the play on words. Plus, the variety of choices makes it easy to give what any person enjoys."
Media inquires about Pixingo can contact publicist J.Michael Palka.
Pixingo is personal publishing that is very affordably priced and easy to share. When the world went social, Pixingo got personal. Now photos and messages don't have to get lost in a newsfeed. It's person to person, and it lasts.
Users put their photos into cards, announcements, invitations, photo books, and canvas wraps, complete with custom messages-things that connect them to the person on the other end. Then Pixingo prints and mails them. Turning technology into real connections: that's how Pixingo makes it personal.
Pixingo is also a home-based business. When users help their friends and acquaintances set up an account and they start sending cards, they can earn commissions.
Contact: J.Michael Palka, firstname.lastname@example.org, 619-977-5022
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