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  • Katyag
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    • 26th Apr 07, 8:11 PM
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    • 26th Apr 07, 8:11 PM
    I had some for my son for holidays and i took them to costco. You can find photo prices on their site but im sure they were around £3.50 ish.
    Bringing up 2 handsome boys and 1 gorgeous girl the MSE way!

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    • youngie
    • By youngie 27th Apr 07, 8:53 AM
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    • 27th Apr 07, 8:53 AM
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    • 27th Apr 07, 8:53 AM
    look out for photo envelops in poundland usually near the checkouts they are ok I have used them several times in the past
    • MarkyMarkD
    • By MarkyMarkD 27th Apr 07, 9:21 AM
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    • 27th Apr 07, 9:21 AM
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    • 27th Apr 07, 9:21 AM
    Directfoto (mail order) are very cheap indeed and you get a free film which each film/camera which you get processed.

    I can't find details on their website so you would be best finding one of their envelopes - I'm away from home right now or I'd post some details.

    We used them recently to process a disposable camera and the pics are fine.
    Last edited by MarkyMarkD; 27-04-2007 at 9:25 AM.
    • highguyuk
    • By highguyuk 27th Apr 07, 1:13 PM
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    • 27th Apr 07, 1:13 PM
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    • 27th Apr 07, 1:13 PM
    Just check that the disposable camera doesn't include free processing anyway?

    (And if not, can I recommend getting a disposable that does in future, as it works out much cheaper ...)

    Otherwise, Max Spielman or Boots perhaps?
    -highguyuk-



    • Pocoyo
    • By Pocoyo 27th Apr 07, 2:52 PM
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    • 27th Apr 07, 2:52 PM
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    • 27th Apr 07, 2:52 PM
    My diposable cameras only had 12 shots each and Tesco were cheaper than Boots, Supasnaps and Max Spielmann. For 12+ it may be different.
    • The Bargain Hunters
    • By The Bargain Hunters 27th Apr 07, 2:55 PM
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    • 27th Apr 07, 2:55 PM
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    • 27th Apr 07, 2:55 PM
    Boots do a 6 day service 24 for £2.99 and you can rely on the quality!
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    • highguyuk
    • By highguyuk 27th Apr 07, 3:01 PM
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    • 27th Apr 07, 3:01 PM
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    • 27th Apr 07, 3:01 PM
    Remember:

    Any white marks on the photo is the fault of the company processing them - and you ask for them to be re processed.

    Any black marks are the film/camera.

    (I used to develop photographs for Supasnaps/Sketchleys)
    -highguyuk-



    • nuttyrockeress
    • By nuttyrockeress 28th Apr 07, 8:05 PM
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    • 28th Apr 07, 8:05 PM
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    • 28th Apr 07, 8:05 PM
    Just check that the disposable camera doesn't include free processing anyway?

    (And if not, can I recommend getting a disposable that does in future, as it works out much cheaper ...)

    Otherwise, Max Spielman or Boots perhaps?
    Originally posted by highguyuk
    Hiya

    Please can you advise the disposable with the free processing please?

    Thanks
    L
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  • ems2
    I took 10 from my wedding to jessops and they offered, with some gentle prodding from me, 10% discount
    • highguyuk
    • By highguyuk 29th Apr 07, 11:29 AM
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    Disposable cameras with free processing available from:

    Max Spielman
    Klick
    Supasnaps
    Timpsons (some branches have a little stand with them on).

    I'd say unless you take it to Boots, you could get a discount off most photo processing with a little bit of pushing or persuading. You may need to wait a week for them as opposed to an hour service, but I'd say it was possible.
    -highguyuk-



    • NewMumSavingCash
    • By NewMumSavingCash 4th Mar 08, 9:13 AM
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    Anyone had any processed recently? I am looking for the cheapest current offer.

    Thanks in advance
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    • MrsBartolozzi
    • By MrsBartolozzi 4th Mar 08, 6:34 PM
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    I found that often the quality of the photos was such that not every one was a "keeper". If you are a bit skint Tesco will give you the photos on CD for £1.99 ish (99p for processing + £1ish for the CD). You can then decide which ones you'd like to keep and only get those made up - or email them to your friends and family.
    This is especially useful if the kids took the photos - pics of sky, thumbs etc LOL.

    It's only a game
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  • gumbarge
    hi

    anyone know of any current offers ???

    I have 20 cameras from our wedding I would like to get to disc

    cheers
  • sausageandmash
    Hello, i am bumping thread.. I have 20 disposable cameras from my wedding.. I like the sound of putting them on cd from tesco, but how do i go around it?

    boots cheapest is £4.49 per camera YIKES!
  • KingRaj
    Mail order Disposable camera processing
    The best I can find for (reputable) mail order processing is Fujifilm: thewholepictureonline.co.uk.

    For £5.50 per 24 exp camera, you get the prints plus a CD with the digitised version. You have to pay the postage to get the cameras to them but the return P&P is free.

    I suspect it would be cheaper to go in-store to somewhere like Tesco but that's not a practical option for me.

    I'd love to know if this can be beaten - especially with an option that is CD only.
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