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40 free prints when you join Boots photo

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8y, 2m agoFound 8 years, 2 months ago
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#2
boots sent me this offer a few weeks back used it to print my kids pics great offer heat added as i forgot to post it he he he
#3
Nice one diva, whats the postage costs? and can you collect at store to be a true tight wad?
#4
nikkib123;3016851
If you are with Photobox already it wont worked. OK if you are new.
Good find !

All I am going to say is different email address:whistling:
#5
Looks like that puts me up to 150 free photos this week. SnapFish gave me 60 fully free photos, Jessops gave me 50 fully free photos, and now Boots (using PhotoBox) will provide another 40 free photos but I have yet to see delivery/collection charges. These will go well with my 40 free photos from last week also using Jessops.

I am just hoping that there will be plenty of free photo offers around in January when I return with tons of photos of Hong Kong and the Philippines.
#6
I can now confirm that Boots (using PhotoBox) charge £1.50 for 1st class dispatch where they have no local store collection option. This is obviously something they will need to change in the future when no free collection puts them at a disavantage over Jessops and SnapFish.
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40 isnt very much, check out sites like: http://freephotoprinting.net/ they list all the free photos. Pixum are doing 100 at the mo :thumbsup:
#8
nikkib123;3018443
Ha ha I shan't say how many I have !!:-D

Mine are instant unlimited valid email addresses, I just buy a .info domain from godaddy for 70p or so a year and set one email account up with it thats a "catchall" one that gets forwarded to my regular yahoo account, so on the spur of the moment I can just put whatever I want in front of @mydomain.info and it works:p
#9
harlzter;3034317
Mine are instant unlimited valid email addresses, I just buy a .info domain from godaddy for 70p or so a year and set one email account up with it thats a "catchall" one that gets forwarded to my regular yahoo account, so on the spur of the moment I can just put whatever I want in front of @mydomain.info and it works:p


Catch-all works great for spam mail sent to your .info domain too! I could not do this on my domains that are over 10 years old when catch-all would return several thousand spam mail every day. Still you can at least change domain names like I do with my e-mail addresses. A good a idea to use GoDaddy though when they hide your domain registration details which helps with spam mail.
#10
sfakley;3037705
Catch-all works great for spam mail sent to your .info domain too! I could not do this on my domains that are over 10 years old when catch-all would return several thousand spam mail every day. Still you can at least change domain names like I do with my e-mail addresses. A good a idea to use GoDaddy though when they hide your domain registration details which helps with spam mail.

I use a completely random seeming name:thumbsup: not something spam bots guess easily and when spam does start trickling i'll cancel it, To be hones though Ive not got any random spam through doing that and I always use the site name as the email so amazon would be amazon(at)my domain etc so i know who has sold details on.:thumbsup:

The domains I actually use for keeps only have one email address apiece connected to them and one only.
#11
henry01
40 isnt very much, check out sites like: http://freephotoprinting.net/ they list all the free photos. Pixum are doing 100 at the mo :thumbsup:

Excellent thanks, i've spent the whole afternoon getting all my photos printed! Your a star!
#12
i thought it said 40 free PINTS haha

I need to go to sleep :(
#13
anyone know postage costs?
#14
Terms and conditions: Qualifying print sizes are 6"x4½" and 6"x4". These free prints are only valid for the next 30 days. This trial offer may only be used online and once per household. Postage and packaging is not included in the offer and costs a minimum of £1.50 per order for First Class Royal Mail delivery in the UK. This offer is only available online and may not be used in conjunction with any other offer or promotion.

I also noticed on the Pixum offer only 4" prints are valid, anyone know if these are 4" square? I think I'd prefer the 6" by 4" ones. :)
#15
JGS - http://www.pixum.co.uk/product/2-4-34-prints.html

Looks like they print according to your aspect ratio. Think i'll give it a go! :)
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henry01
http://freephotoprinting.net/ they list all the free photos.


Thank you :friends:

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