Heritage Letter 1 Year Subscription
Our best deal...get one month of the Heritage Letter free!
By signing up for our prepaid 1 year subscription you'll receive the Heritage Letter every month for 12 months at a discount from our regular monthly subscription price.
Our subscription month lasts from the 15th of one month to the 14th of the next. When you subscribe your first letter will mail within 2-5 days regardless of when you sign up during that time period. You will then be billed again on the 15th of the month for the next month's letter and it will mail on or shortly after the 15th. At the end of your 12 months your subscription will auto-renew for another year at the same discount rate.
Gift subscriptions purchased under this option will not auto-renew, so if you you are purchasing this as a gift subscription be sure to click the box next to the gift subscription. For a printable gift card to give the recipient, please download our printable gift card located in the Free Downloads portion of our shop.
Be sure to let us know in the shipping information to whom you would like your letters to be addressed. If you are purchasing a gift subscription be sure to input the recipient's correct address in the shipping information as well.
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You'll receive free shipping to all US postal addresses including territories and APO/FPO on all subscription letters.
Be sure to create an account at checkout so you can update your subscription information at any time. Due to the time it takes to create the Heritage Letter and the ability to receive it at a discount by purchasing a prepaid subscription, no refunds are available for this subscription option. You may cancel your subscription at any time before the renewal date.
*If you have a discount code for a free digital letter to accompany this product you can use it by completing this purchase then purchasing the digital letter separately and using the code.