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Old 24-03-2006, 1:40 AM
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Default Free online PHOTO prints offers (ex low P+P) (merged)

Warning! This discussion is out of date.
For the latest photo print deals including completely free prints from Asda see our weekly updated Free Photo Prints Deals Note

Intro By Martin

Many photo printing firms offer free trials of there services where you only pay for postage. Thus if you've got photo's to develop you can simply use a range of the different free deals (normall you would pay 10p-20p each print). Better still, below you'll see a list that MoneySaver GoofyGAT takes the time to keep this thread updated with all the best current deals - huge thanks...
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Photo websites offering FREE photo prints
Last updated on 27 May 2008

There are nearly 1,000 free prints to be had, though most times you need to pay postage & packaging (P+P), which is detailed below.

All photo dimensions are in inches unless stated otherwise. Some details are a bit vague, hence the ??s. I'll fill in the missing/uncertain info as I find it or anyone lets me know. If you find any incorrect information in this post please reply to this thread (or send me a pm) - thanks!

WARNING! Always double check deals/costs before signing up
For maximum benefit read the Notes below before taking the plunge.

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Three Top Deals...
  • Snapfish Tiscali (1): 30x 6x4 = £0.99 P+P [see Note 2 & 3] or pickup free from your local Jessops camera shop (offer can vary when you click it)
  • PhotoBox: Nectar 50x 6x4 (or 6x4.5) = £1.50 P+P [see Note 2] (Enter your Nectar card number, or just click on the Photobox link to get to the deal)
Got suggestions/spotted others. Please post them in the thread. However don't put codes/vouchers themselves; put those in the Discount Codes n Vouchers board and then link to them from this post.

I. Large size offers (above 6x4/4.5):II. Standard size offers (6x4/4.5 or less) :
  • PhotoBox: (The Children's Mutual) 50x 6x4 (or 6x4.5) = £1.50 P+P [see Note 2]
  • Foto: 30x 6x4 = £1.99 P+P
  • Snapfish: 40x 6x4 = £0.99 P+P [see Note 2 & 3]
  • Snapfish (Babyworld): 20x 6x4 = £0.99 P+P [see Note 2 & 3]
  • Asda: 10x 6x4 = £1.50 P+P
Expired deals HERE (may still be worth a go)



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For Free PASSPORT PHOTOS see this thread by jelly123
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NOTES:

1. MOST (if not all) the above offers are for first time customers only. But definitely worth checking the latest posts in this thread as many may be offers for existing customers, &/or offers with free P+P as well. Free P+P offers/codes are sometimes posted at the Discount Codes 'n Vouchers board.

2. For some of the 'similar' sites using a different email address for each may work {thanks --Tony--}. though obviously if the terms state one per household/email address and link the multiple sites don't do this.

3. Anything Snapfish, is now eligible for FREE pickup from your nearest Jessops store [click here or here for details], thus making your first order completely free if you're able to do this.

The option to choose Jessops instore collection will be available before you complete your order. Snapfish now also offer free unlimited online photo storage & sharing. [Please note:

To keep your account active you must make at least 1 order every 12 months (even a single print order is fine), or you'll lose your account & stored pics - for details: click here & here. It's easy enough to rejoin though & start afresh. Hence the only thing you really lose is the pics, and you'll need to re-upload them!]

4. Going thro' Quidco, RPoints, MutualPoints, GreasyPalm, TopCashBack, PigsBack, MrsCashBack, etc could earn cashback/redeemable points - so worth checking out.

5. Snapfish: If you're the referral type, you can get upto 5,000 free photo prints: see Tell a Friend for details {thanks Kman2001}

6. Some of the offers expire a short time after registration, so make sure to use them while still valid!

7. Offers are likely to change without notice, so keep checking the above sites for the latest.

8. Please thank the Original Poster (OP) where applicable.

I'll keep posting updates as I find them.
Enjoy G
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P.S. More UK online digital photo sites with no offers at the moment. Posted these so one can see what else is available & to check them out for offers from time to time. Present 'token' offers in [brackets].
  • DirectFoto (2) - [15x 6x4/7x5 free prints with every order £3.50 & above, plus free P+P]

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Old 24-03-2006, 7:56 AM
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Thanks! I was waiting for someone to compile the free photo prints websites... and you did it!
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Old 24-03-2006, 9:01 AM
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Also go via cashback sites like quidco for photobox and snapfish, you get money back
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Hi, Martin’s asked me to post this in these circumstances: For legal reasons codes are not permitted on the Grabbit board and have been moved. If in doubt please read this and this for an explanation. If you have any questions about this policy please email abuse@moneysavingexpert.com.


some posts containing discount codes have been removed.
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By the time you've paid the P&P on most of these freebies it's cheaper to go

www.dlab7.com and get them cheaper.

I've just ordered 55 6x4.5 for £4.27 and that includes delivery
I haven't got one!
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Old 25-03-2006, 9:08 PM
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Default 10 more

10 also available free plus P&P @ boots http://www.bootsdigitalphotocentre.c...ts/welcome.jsp
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Old 07-04-2006, 8:05 AM
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Default 30 Free Prints and Online Album + Send to Mobile

All new customers get 30 free prints from www.photobox.co.uk without any need for credit card details etc.

The photos are of a really good quality - the site came first in Which Digital Camera's test and they send them out quickly.

You also get free online storage for your photos (to share with friends and family) and the best bit is you can send your photos to uk mobiles for free.
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is it free p+p?
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Old 08-04-2006, 10:07 AM
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I think so.
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I am extremley dissappionted with the quality from Photbox and won't be using them again. I have tried Photodeal and Snapfish and they were very good.

I had the same image done by each company as a tester and Photobox was the worse by far - making the print looking as though it was from a low resolution image!

Edited this after thread was merged with same link I had put in!

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Expired deals, but may still be worth a go:

Larger sizes:
  • PhotoBox: 30x 7x5 = £1.50 P+P (see a little lower down for the link) - ?expired 30.11.07?
Standard size:
  • Snapfish (CD-Wow): 40x 6x4 = £0.99 P+P - ?expired 31.12.07? [see Note 2 & 3]

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Old 09-04-2006, 3:05 PM
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Great Stuff Thanks for the info!
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Default 7x5 photo prints for 5p each at Photobox

7x5 prints for 5p each at Photobox using the code placed in the vouchers forum. You can use the code to place orders of up to 100 prints at £1.50 P+P however the code can be used for multiple orders.

Offer ends today (midnight tuesday) so place your orders quick!
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Default 7x5 photo prints for 3p each +p&p

sorry if this has been posted.

digital photo print, 7" x 5" @ 3p each.

p&p;
less than 50: £1.99
< 200: £2.50
< 300: £3.50
< 600: £5.50
<= 1250: £8.50

Offer ends midnight 15th May 2006 so place your orders quick!

HTH someone.
http://www.pixdiscount.co.uk/index.php?a=prix
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They're all so cheap! But, as a sometime Medium Format film user who then scans in their negatives, do you know of any place that offers cheap square format pictures?

update: Ah wait... I've just read that photobox offer a few square formats, as listed in their help section. Is this the case for all of them?
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Old 15-05-2006, 12:39 AM
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Tescos are doing 5p prints with quantities over 150. The price list looked the same as the ASDA one. They are also doing the 10 free prints. P&P is £1.50. I went with Tesco to get my clubcard points.

(I did try to use Dlab7 but the website just wouldn't take me through all the ordering steps. Quite frustrating, especially as to upload over 200 photos takes so long.)
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Can anyone one recommend a good site for getting good value high quality large prints done, about A3 size?
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Just a note, I think you can use trueprint/snapfish as many times as you like.

I tried to use Snapfish and It came up with a message to say I already had an account with Trueprint then went on to say I should use a different email address.

I simply logged in on my old account and changed my email address to an old one I no longer use, then when I tried again it accepted all my details and allowed me the prints.

I assume you can take up this offer as many times as you want as long as you use a different email each time.
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Can anyone one recommend a good site for getting good value high quality large prints done, about A3 size?
Try PosterXXL. They are a German-based company offering a free 40x30 cm print, excl £5.99 P+P {thanks mbailey}. That size is usually £3.99 excl P+P.

They also do an A3 size (amongst many others), which incidentally is 42x29.7 cm to be exact. You probably already know this - make sure to upload the highest resolution files possible for the large(r) ones.

Some of the others I'd posted also do large-sized prints, but the largest I've tried so far is 10"x8" (25x20 cm), & they've been excellent. G

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Try PosterXXL. They are a German based company offering a free 40x30 cm print (excl P+P, which I cannot find anywhere on the site!). That size is usually £3.99 excl P+P.

If the P+P is reasonable, give them a go for the free print & see what they're like. They also do an A3 size (amongst many others), which incidentally is 42x29.7 cm to be exact. You probably already know this - make sure to upload the highest resolution files possible for the large(r) ones.

Some of the others I'd posted also do large-sized prints, but the largest I've tried so far is 10"x8" (25x20 cm), & they've been excellent. G
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