There are generally some caveats, the primary one being that you must be a brand-new customer of a given service in order to get these first-time bonuses. The great news is that there are so many of these offers, you are bound to find at least one in this list that you have not yet signed up with. The other caveat is that you generally must pay shipping in order to receive your prints, even though the prints themselves are free. This still usually turns out to be a good deal, as the price of shipping is generally far less than the cost of both printing and shipping. In this article, I will give you the top ten offers available today, as well as the cost-per-print of each offer, in order to make it simple for you to compare your options.
10. Hoorray has an unique offer among photo printing sites, designed to keep you coming back: 20 free 4×6 photo prints per month, and varying sign-up incentives from 0 to 75 free prints, depending upon whom you sign up through. The stipulations on the 20 free prints per month offer include requiring that all 20 prints be redeemed at the same time and on the same order, and remaining prints, if unused, may not be rolled over to the next month. Unlike other dropshipping for beginners online services, which generally ship via the Postal Service, Hoorray’s least expensive shipping option is UPS/FedEx Ground, so to ship 20 prints it costs $6.69. This works out to a cost-per-print of 33.5 cents, so I would not recommend taking advantage of this offer unless you can locate a site or coupon code that will give you the 75 free prints to sign up.
9. Dotphoto offers 20 free photo prints for signing up, and their shipping charges are $3.34 for sending 20 prints. So your final cost-per-print through them is 13 cents.
8. Snapfish credits you with 20 free 4×6 photo prints when you first upload, and shipping costs $1.97. Note that there are other ways to sign up for Snapfish that will give you more free credits to start with; for example, if you have a friend who is already a member, you can have them send you an invitation, and when you accept, both you and your friend will get 50 free prints credited to your account. Assuming you start with the 20-print deal, however, your cost-per-print will be 9.9 cents.
7. Clark Colorlabs provides 20 free photo prints, and charges shipping of $1.97. Given the look and feel of this site, I strongly suspect it is operated by Snapfish. However, it does require a separate registration process, so you should can take advantage of the free print offer even if you are already a Snapfish member. The cost-per-print on this offer comes out to be 9.9 cents.
6. York, like Clark Colorlabs, appears to be operated by Snapfish. Thus they offer the same 20 free 4×6 photo prints, with corresponding $1.97 shipping, giving you a cost-per-print of 9.9 cents.
5. SeeHere is currently offering 50 free prints; to take advantage of this offer, you must use code “prints-6” (without the quotation marks) at checkout. Shipping for these first 50 prints will cost $3.19, or about 6.4 cents per print.
4. Shutterfly gives you 50 free photo prints for starters, and shipping charges are a mere $2.99 if you print them all at once. This comes out to a mere six cents per print.
3. ArtsCow offers a whopping 1,200 free 4×6 photo prints to new members, the catch being that you can only receive 100 of these prints per month, and that these print credits expire after a year. Still, if you have lots of photos waiting to be printed, this is an excellent deal – just be sure to remind yourself each month with a note in your calendar, so that you do not waste your monthly print allowance. Shipping costs $5.99 per 100 prints, which matches Shutterfly’s cost-per-print of six cents.
2. If you have a CVS Pharmacy near you, you are in luck! CVS offers 50 free prints to all new members with free shipping to the nearest store when your order total is over five dollars. In order to bring your order total up to five dollars, you will need to print 34 more prints (for a total of 84). This will cost you $5.10, which works out to an average cost-per-print of six cents. If you do not have a CVS nearby, you still have the option is to have your prints shipped to your door, though as with any offer where shipping is involved, it will be more expensive. For 50 prints, this would cost $3.99 for shipping and handling, plus CVS adds a surcharge of $1.49 to any orders which are not at least five dollars. Total: $5.48, or roughly 11 cents per print.
1. If you are fortunate enough to have a Ritz or Wolf Camera nearby, make sure you look into Ritzpix; they offer 25 free 4×6 photo prints, and also allow you to pick them up free. An extra bonus to this site is that it only takes one hour (depending upon order volume at your local store – I would recommend calling ahead before driving over) from the time you order online to the time you can pick up. If you do not live near a store, and must have them shipped, it should cost roughly $1.99. Thus your final cost-per-print would be eight cents.
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