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Mother's Day Free Shipping

Mother’s Day

Don't miss out on FREE SHIPPING!

Use code "SENT" and your shipping is FREE OF CHARGE!

 FREE SHIPPING on all orders
no minimum to purchase, no maximum either (US only)!


This offer is good for a limited time only!

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On January 21, 2024 the USPS increased almost all of their domestic and international shipping rates. The Vermont Movie Store will not be able to offer FREE SHIPPING in the near future because of this.

We apologize, but even with the increases the USPS offers the lowest, trackable rates (everyone else is raising their rates, too).

Just an FYI for our loyal customers.

  * If we deem it reasonable to ship with a Signature Required, we will do so (at our cost), but the customer will be required to sign for their order prior to delivery.
*(US only - USPS Priority Mail or Ground Advantage or Media Mail - our choice)
* Most discounts cannot be combined.

Mother’s Day is always the second Sunday in May.

Mother’s Day is the third-largest card and gift sending holiday in the United States, with 113 million cards exchanged annually.

Celebrated on May 12, 2024 in the U.S.

Celebrations of mothers and motherhood can be traced back to the ancient Greeks and Romans, who held festivals in honor of the mother goddesses Rhea and Cybele, but the clearest modern precedent for Mother’s Day is the early Christian festival known as “Mothering Sunday.”

Mother’s Day is a holiday honoring motherhood that is observed in different forms throughout the world. In the United States, Mother’s Day 2024 falls on Sunday, May 12. The American incarnation of Mother’s Day was created by Anna Jarvis in 1908 and became an official U.S. holiday in 1914. Anna M. Jarvis, born in 1864 in Webster, West Va., is credited as the force behind Mother’s Day. When Jarvis was 41 years old, her mother died. On the second anniversary of her mother’s death, Jarvis made public her plans to establish a day to honor mothers. On the third anniversary (the second Sunday in May 1908), “mother’s day” church services were held in Grafton, W. Va., and a celebration of mothers was held at the Wanamaker Store Auditorium in Philadelphia, Pa.

The observance became official in 1914 when President Woodrow Wilson signed a proclamation naming the second Sunday of May as a day for “public expression of our love and reverence for the mothers of our country.” 2014 marked the 100th anniversary of Mother’s Day.