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8 Passport Photos £1.00 !!! @ MyPix + £4.95 delivery

£1.00 @ MyPix.Com
Set of 8 photos Photo size: 45 mm x 35 mm Kodak Royal Digital Paper photo paper
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Set of 8 photos
Photo size: 45 mm x 35 mm
Kodak Royal Digital Paper photo paper
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#1
thx could do with these need to apply for a renewel
#2
Thankyou, is there P&P on top of this does anyone know?
#3
Did you know you can print your own as long as they are within the official guidelines.
#4
greg_68
Did you know you can print your own as long as they are within the official guidelines.


umm ok didnt know but am happy to spend a squid then do it myself
thx for the usefull info
banned#5
Quidco: For genuine tracked transactions completed wholly online, you can earn:
£4 for sales. Spend a £1 get £3 free - can't lose
#6
#7
emmiemac;3033374
Thankyou, is there P&P on top of this does anyone know?


£3.95 delivery charge ?? :)
#8
edi
£3.95 delivery charge ?? :)


ah, not such a great deal then. Change my vote to cold please!
#9
£4.95 for 8 photo's
not hot at all

plenty of places will do them for free - see freebies
#10
sorenjk
Quidco: For genuine tracked transactions completed wholly online, you can earn:
£4 for sales. Spend a £1 get £3 free - can't lose


I did an order with them just to get the cashback and it got rejected so use with caution
#11
Benjimoron;3033558
ah, not such a great deal then. Change my vote to cold please!


lol

hawk299;3033590
£4.95 for 8 photo's
not hot at all

plenty of places will do them for free - see freebies


Some or most of the product cost hidden under postage.. Shouldnt cost £4.95 to send 8 small photos ! :oops:
#12
edi
lol



Some or most of the product cost hidden under postage.. Shouldnt cost £4.95 to send 8 small photos ! :oops:


I wasn't joking, lol!
#13
ROFL £4.95 for posting 8 photos, those guys have been doing ebay for far too long!

Angof
#14
Sorry ... is not that hot. Pretty average. Could do free if want to print them at home yourself ...
#15
just do your own passport photos as long as you have camara and printer a lot quicker and easer
#16
Voted cold sorry - you can print your own on photo paper from the pound shop, you can pay £4 for 4 in a booth (yes I know you get 8 here but who needs 8 passport photos!?) or you could send a scan of an old passport photo to snapfish & get it delivered to your local Jessops then cut it out....basically this is not cheap!
#17
Voted COLD becaise of the absolutely scandalous P&P!

As pointed out by other folks here, it does not cost £4-95 to mail 8 tiny photographs!:w00t:
#18
dink
Voted COLD becaise of the absolutely scandalous P&P!

As pointed out by other folks here, it does not cost £4-95 to mail 8 tiny photographs!:w00t:


Unless they're sent special delivery?
#19
£4.95 for 8 mug shots is expensive - cold brrrrrrrrrr

These guys put ebayers to shame when it comes to P&P !
#20
Benjimoron
Unless they're sent special delivery?


Special delivery starts at a tenner so count that out!

Bet its first class..about 70p!!!

First class RIP OFF..........Colder than the look I got this weekend when I was caught talking to my ex by my wife :whistling::whistling:
#21
numbnut
Special delivery starts at a tenner so count that out!

Bet its first class..about 70p!!!

First class RIP OFF..........Colder than the look I got this weekend when I was caught talking to my ex by my wife :whistling::whistling:


Special's start at £4.60
#22
For everyone saying 'do your own photos' the passport service have become far stricter on the requirements for photos. For instance mine got rejected for "slight shadowing behind ear lobe."

The standards for passport photos

The photographs must be:

* identical;
* recent (taken within the last month);
* 45 millimetres (mm) high x 35 millimetres (mm) wide (please do not trim your photographs to meet this condition);
* taken against an off-white, cream or light grey plain background so that your features are clearly distinguishable against the background;
* printed on low-gloss, plain white photo-quality paper (with no watermarks, embossing or printing on the back);
* undamaged, for example, by creases from paperclips;
* of you on your own (no toys, dummies or other people visible);
* a close-up of your head and shoulders so that your head, from the bottom of your chin to your crown is between 29mm and 34mm high; and
* clear of writing on the front and back.

The photographs must also:

* be in sharp focus and clear;
* have a strong definition between the face and background; and
* be printed professionally. Photographs printed at home are not likely to be of an acceptable quality.

The photographs must show:

* no shadows;
* you facing forwards, looking straight towards the camera;
* a neutral expression, with your mouth closed;
* your eyes open and clearly visible (with no sunglasses or heavily tinted glasses, and no hair across your eyes);
* no reflection or glare on your glasses, and the frames should not cover your eyes (you may find it easier to remove your glasses);
* your full head, without any head covering, unless it is worn for religious beliefs or medical reasons; and
* nothing covering your face. Please make sure nothing covers the outline of your eyes, nose or mouth.
#23
chaffordred
For everyone saying 'do your own photos' the passport service have become far stricter on the requirements for photos. For instance mine got rejected for "slight shadowing behind ear lobe."
.


My daughters last ones were rejected and they were from a proper passport photo booth.:thinking:
#24
Costco do the cheapest professional passport photos. I think they work out around £2.50 inc VAT.

Jessops also do passport photos for £6.99.
#25
chaffordred
For everyone saying 'do your own photos' the passport service have become far stricter on the requirements for photos. For instance mine got rejected for "slight shadowing behind ear lobe."

The standards for passport photos

The photographs must be:

* identical;
* recent (taken within the last month);
* 45 millimetres (mm) high x 35 millimetres (mm) wide (please do not trim your photographs to meet this condition);
* taken against an off-white, cream or light grey plain background so that your features are clearly distinguishable against the background;
* printed on low-gloss, plain white photo-quality paper (with no watermarks, embossing or printing on the back);
* undamaged, for example, by creases from paperclips;
* of you on your own (no toys, dummies or other people visible);
* a close-up of your head and shoulders so that your head, from the bottom of your chin to your crown is between 29mm and 34mm high; and
* clear of writing on the front and back.

The photographs must also:

* be in sharp focus and clear;
* have a strong definition between the face and background; and
* be printed professionally. Photographs printed at home are not likely to be of an acceptable quality.

The photographs must show:

* no shadows;
* you facing forwards, looking straight towards the camera;
* a neutral expression, with your mouth closed;
* your eyes open and clearly visible (with no sunglasses or heavily tinted glasses, and no hair across your eyes);
* no reflection or glare on your glasses, and the frames should not cover your eyes (you may find it easier to remove your glasses);
* your full head, without any head covering, unless it is worn for religious beliefs or medical reasons; and
* nothing covering your face. Please make sure nothing covers the outline of your eyes, nose or mouth.

done my own photo,s they where accepted ok you can probley get better photos than at a photo booth doing them at home .
#26
The postage is what makes it expensive. if the postage wasnt so much then it would be much hotter
#27
just noticed quidco give 15% back for first orders, i guess thats a bonus lol
http://www.quidco.com/mypixmania/
#28
Photobox and truprint do passport photos for 86p and 65p for a set, postage a lot cheaper also.
#29
greg_68
My daughters last ones were rejected and they were from a proper passport photo booth.:thinking:


Mine too, because my head was too small. They didn't take in to account that my head is smaller than average. So they told me to re-do them to make my head look artificially bigger than it actually is!
#30
good find
#31
Benjimoron
Mine too, because my head was too small. They didn't take in to account that my head is smaller than average. So they told me to re-do them to make my head look artificially bigger than it actually is!

wont you then need a biggerhead to get through passport control :whistling:
#32
andy math
wont you then need a biggerhead to get through passport control :whistling:


That's what I told them.

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