10 photos using Boots in-store digital photo processing for zero net cost - HotUKDeals
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If you put your Boots reward card into one of those in-store reward card machines, you can print off a voucher for 200 points when you use the Boots digital photo processing 1/24 hours or 3 day service. If you get ten 6x4 photos, thats 20p x 10 = £2 which is equivalent to the points that you will receive. I've printed off a few of these vouchers to use.

T&C's on the voucher:

200 points on the Boots digital photo processing service. Offer applies to the 1/24 or 3 day digital processing service. Minimum order of 10 digital photographs. Offer excludes the Kodak instant photo kiosk.
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banned#1
anything printed out of the machine usually has to be used on the day of print out
#2
Sassie, the voucher has a use before date of 19/02/08. In fact, every one that I have printed out (on different days) has that same expiry date.

I guess not everyone may get this voucher from the machine. My girlfriend got it as well as me though.
banned#3
Jeff
Sassie, the voucher has a use before date of 19/02/08. In fact, every one that I have printed out (on different days) has that same expiry date.

I guess not everyone may get this voucher from the machine. My girlfriend got it as well as me though.


oh right, thanks, whenever i have printed anything out it has always got a use by that day on, i will have a nosey when im next in, thanks:thumbsup:
#4
still have to pay £2 out first to get 200 points, good deal but is not zero cost.
#5
lulabell75
still have to pay £2 out first to get 200 points, good deal but is not zero cost.


"zero net cost" as per the title
#6
Jeff;1566442
"zero net cost" as per the title


...and a very easy way to boost your points total if you need that extra bit to afford a larger purchase. Heat added.
#7
Boots do do some pretty cool voucher codes now and again - but as mentioned, it differs from people to people.

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