What is even more amazing?
Many of them are still stored on the computer, DVDs, CDs and on the camera. Taking the time to print or wanting to spend the money is a whole different story.
So, I had begun to print my photos when I saw free photo offers or could find coupons for free prints or very low cost prints. And, slowly, I have been able to begin to make my way thru my many pictures.
For your convenience, I have posted ads in the side bars of all the free photo sites I have featured thus far. I will also update when these companies come out with sales or coupon codes for free or reduced priced photos
What do you need to look for on your end to ensure you get a good deal?
- Check the shipping charges and alternatives! Many of the sites have free or almost free charges if you are available to pick the photos up at a local store. If you are going to be out and about anyway, this essentially can make the photos completely free or very close. If you absolutely have to pay their shipping charges, divide that cost into the number of photos you are ordering so you can get your per photo cost.
- Check for coupon codes! I will post coupon codes for free items or shipping on this page as soon as I come across them. I will post the coupon code over the advertisement. If you don't find what you need here, check Retail Me Not to see if you can find anything else. Finally, if you still can't find a coupon code you need, consider doing a generic search online with the name of the Photo company, and the word coupon, promotion code, or something along those lines. And, finally the word free.
Then, upload those photos, order and enjoy!