www.connect.amgreetings.com – Login American Greetings Connect

Connect to the AM Greetings Portal

  • Certain browser requirements apply
  • Session login assistance is available

Existing users who need to access an AG Connect session can complete the online sign on process by going to the Connect AM Greetings page and logging in with a username and password.  Those who are attempting to gain access using an IBM compatible computer will want to make sure they are using a supported web browser before logging in (Internet Explorer 5.x and above will be needed).  Users who have a Macintosh computer will need to have either Safari 1.0 or Internet Explorer versions 5.x and above.  To maintain a session, all browsers must be Javascript enabled and able to accept cookies.  It is important to note that any Connect AM Greetings user who attempts to login to the portal 5 times unsuccessfully will be locked out of their account.  Those who encounter an unsuccessful login attempt may want to check their password as they expire after 120 days.

A Few Facts Pertaining to American Greetings

  • American Greetings Corporation is a creator and manufacturer of innovative social expression products
  • Major card lines include American Greetings, Carlton Cards, Gibson, Recycled Paper Greetings and Papyrus
  • American Greetings was founded in 1906 and currently generates annual revenue of approximately $1.9 billion
  • Other paper product offerings include DesignWare party goods and Plus Mark gift wrapped and boxed cards

Connect AM Greetings users who need to create a new password should make sure that it is at least 6 characters and does not contain spaces or punctuation. Out of the 6 characters 4 must be alpha and 2 must be numeric (passwords are case-sensitive and cannot contain more than 2 repeating characters).  Users who are experiencing login issues or who have other questions regarding their account can seek assistance by calling the American Greetings Call Center.

American Greetings Call Center

  • 1-800-AG-CARDS

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