New coupons for prints from shutterfly.com: In the Bible, Moses commanded the evil Pharoah to, “let my people go!” This inspiring story should motivate all of us to liberate the hundreds of digital photos that are currently imprisoned on our phones. So, channel your own inner-Moses and lead your photos to freedom and salvation by finally having them printed at Shutterfly.
Right now there are a number of promotions going on, including several for 4×6 prints, and a number of other sizes as well. If you are a new customer, be sure to take advantage of their “50 free prints” offer below:
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- 50 Free Prints: NEW customers only. Good for 30 days after registration. Click for coupon
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- Featured coupons – Up to 12 new offers and discounts, updated daily
- More coupons for printing digital photos:
Walgreens photo prints | Snapfish coupons | CVS Photo
Did digital kill the photo print star?
(Sorry kids; another 80’s reference there) Au contraire. One could argue that digital photos help make it much easier to print your favorite moments. Sure, it’s easy to share your captured smiles through the various social media outlets, (Facebook, etc) and photo-sharing sites, but nothing can replace holding a special memory in your hand. Not to mention that Grandma might not have access to Facebook –or know how to use it.
In my opinion, digital photos are similar to all the e-readers now available. They don’t come close to the real thing. Call me old-school, but I do prefer holding a photo in my hand or seeing it in a photo book rather than looking at them on a computer screen. Maybe it’s because I already sit in front of a computer most of every day. You know what I’m talking about…
Easily upload and print your photos with Shutterfly
It’s easier and quicker than you remember. Through online companies like Shutterfly & Snapfish, making prints of your digital photos is convenient, super easy and really cheap. Simply cozy up to your computer and choose a site like Shutterfly.com (ok, I’m partial to number one!) and they will walk you through uploading, organizing, editing, (optional) and printing your favorite photos.
Next follow the easy steps to upload one or all of your digital photos from all sources you have them on whether it is your phone, your computer or any social media. Personally I prefer to upload ALL of my photos on Shutterfly. They offer free and unlimited storage so I never have to worry about losing my precious memories or filling up my computer space. Plus this makes it REALLY easy and fast to print a photo in a pinch.
Always look for a coupon when you order prints
The competition for printing your digital photos online is intense, so never place an order for prints without taking advantage of a coupon of some kind. While small orders may not qualify, there are usually a few promotions to choose from at any given time. Print as little or as many pictures as you need and not a single extra. Only need 3 prints? Go ahead. It’s not like getting $2 worth of gas; Shutterfly won’t judge you or give you a nasty look. Need 300 prints? You can do that too, and you’ll probably qualify for free shipping.
Have your prints shipped, or pick them up for free
The best part about printing photos these days is the ease is which they are brought to me. With one click you can ship them directly to yourself or if you’re as thrifty as I am, ship them for free to a local retail pharmacy like CVS or Walgreens Photo Center. Besides getting them in your hands for free, they’re ready quicker. (Most of the time in an hour!)
Even though I’m dwelling on the 4×6″ and standard size prints, Shutterfly has a plethora of printing options. You can even turn your photos into art by printing them on wood. or easily add them to a mug or calendar. Adding a border or a caption is also free, and you can even print your Instagram photos in a photo book or on a variety of products. Never forget a detail or name when you take advantage of the free back-printing option that gives each of your pics a description.
Why not drop a print or two into your next letter?
Next time you send a card or letter to a friend or family member, why not add a photo with it? So go ahead, spend 0.15 cents on Grandma and send her a picture of your bundle of joy. It’s cheaper than the stamp, and It’ll make her day. Don’t hide your photos on your phone or computer anymore. Liberate them by printing and sharing them in a glorious diaspora of photo paper!- Please Share!