200+ Prints 4p per photo - 6"x4" (15cmX10cm) - printed on quality gloss paper. - HotUKDeals
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Seems like a good deal.... It only applies when ordering 200+ photos, 4p per photo.

Never used boots so don't know the quality.

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Please note it is £8 for 200 prints @ 4p each.
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#1
£8.00 for 200 prints
#2
um, it's 4p a print, not 4p for 200 prints....

just think it should be made a bit clearer, or have the price altered because as it is, people could read it as 200 prints for 4p...
#3
I've had boots prints before and been very happy with the quality (remembering of course that it can only be as good as the file it recieves)
#4
quidco?
#5
RIDICULOUS!

They let you upload 200MB of photos. What use is that?

That's like 40-50 photos. How is it even possible to order 200 photos?

4p is a great price, but it seems impossible to get hold of.

Don't bother with this deal.
#6
4 x 6 prints are easily done with 2 megapixel files - each won't even take up 1 Meg. You don't need 10MP files for these!! ...

lol..
#7
Sorry, but who takes 2 mp photos now? Or who has the time to downsize their files? Besides, 2mp looks like **** even at 6x4.

Sheer stupidity by Boots.

"How much photo storage do I have?

You have 200 MB (megabytes) of space to upload your photos to. The amount of photos you can store depends on the file size of your photos. For example, 120 JPG images from a 4 megapixel (2400x1800) camera will typically use around 200 MB of space."
#8
good deal but I prefer matt...glossy is too shiney for my liking but voted hot because thats just my opinion!
#9
Also it's £2.50 postage so it's £10.50 for 200 (low resolution) photos, and no, you can't collect at a Boots store.
#10
cowkiller
um, it's 4p a print, not 4p for 200 prints....

just think it should be made a bit clearer, or have the price altered because as it is, people could read it as 200 prints for 4p...


Sorry - corrected, though looks like one of the mods have also :thumbsup:
#11
Great price but 200mb is tiny
#12
Aldi UK do a decent deal too:

5p for each 4" x 6" photo - doesn't matter how few you order. £1.33 P&P on top.

20 free prints with first order.

http://www.aldiphotos.co.uk/

From their FAQ it looks like there is no upper limit on the size of your photo files.
#13
Excellent deal for the price thanks

Heat and rep added.
#14
250 prints for £10 @ bonusprint for those with a total filesize over 200mb
http://newsletter.bonusprint.com/?refer=Newsletter_May-08-250-Prints_TEXT-Link-cantview
#15
Nice one, thanks!
#16
5p each from tesco, looks like you get 10 free andthere might be a 250 points voucher too... so 200 prints for £9.50 and then £10 of points.
#17
cokeman123
5p each from tesco, looks like you get 10 free andthere might be a 250 points voucher too... so 200 prints for £9.50 and then £10 of points.


do not.....I say DO NOT go with tesco. I went for 300 points and 10 pictures.
Prints were so poor quality. Had to re-order from photobox.
#18
WorKid
Sorry, but who takes 2 mp photos now? Or who has the time to downsize their files? Besides, 2mp looks like **** even at 6x4.

Sheer stupidity by Boots.



time to downsize their files? Just download some free software that does it for you. Plenty of software for free to do it. YOu just need to select source folder, destination folder and the size of the reduction.

Have you thought that perhaps the cost of storage space that boots would need to allow everyone to have more than 200Mb might increase the price that they charge for their prints?? Perhaps not sheer stupidity by boots but a sensible business decision?
#19
I've used Boots several times in the past, good quality photos - provided you send good quality images. 200mb is too small, but using a 7MP camera I've uploaded around 300 photos. I think Boots offer 30 free 6 x 4 prints when you register with them. Don't forget the advantage points too!
#20
No, it's crazy that you have to semi-permanently store photos just to buy prints of them.

Most places you just upload, they print, then they can be deleted off their servers. They must be storing many TB of unwanted photos that people probably don't care about. Not sensible.

200mb is tiny, this is a poor deal. My images are 2-3mb each, impossible to get 200 photos without downsizing them, which is stupid.

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