£30 of Credit to Spend at Snapfish for £10 @ Groupon
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£30 of Credit to Spend at Snapfish for £10 @ Groupon

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Found 23rd May 2016
Thought this was a decent offer with Father's Day just around the corner, £30 of credit for just £10 to Spend on Personalised Photo Albums, Mugs, Prints and Gifts, Including Father’s Day Keepsakes at Snapfish.
Validity: Expires 5 July 2016.
Purchase: Limit 1 per person.
Credit can't be used towards P&P
T&C's apply, will pop details & links in 1st post
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Validity: Expires 5 July 2016.
Purchase: Limit 1 per person.
Restrictions: Register online: promo.snapfish.co.uk/gru…it/. No cancellations permitted once voucher is redeemed. Additional charges may apply, depending on products purchased. Standard terms and conditions apply, please see help.snapfish.co.uk/.

Terms and conditions

Incremental P&P charges apply. Offer applies on all gifts and prints across the site. Offer valid until midnight 5th July 2016. Offer is valid for one time use only during the promotional period and to Snapfish customers with UK delivery address only. Offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other Snapfish promotion. Offer is strictly one per person, none can be bought as gifts. Customers must sign up at the specified URL. Snapfish keeps the right to withdraw or amend the offer at any time. Please allow additional 1-2 delivery days during this promotional period.
Edited by: "wishihadadonkey" 23rd May 2016
Thanks
New customers?
Good deal but Snapfish charges more p&p the more you order which is a bit of a rip off. For example order a photo book, mug and prints and you will pay 3 incremental delivery charges. Bit of a rip off.

Have to say I got the mug deal from them around Christmas time and was extremely disappointed with the result. Was I just unlucky or do people generally find the quality lacking?
Shame they stopped doing their collages
I have had prints and the quality isn't great

Shame they stopped doing their collages


Still do collages but getting that layout can only one you get into poster print option
Cant tell from the Ts&Cs can this be used on standard/enlarged prints or just on gifts?

Cant tell from the Ts&Cs can this be used on standard/enlarged prints or … Cant tell from the Ts&Cs can this be used on standard/enlarged prints or just on gifts?



T&C's state Offer applies on all gifts and prints across the site & Groupon states £30 of credit can be used across Snapfish’s wide selection of personalised photo products such as photo books, mugs, wall art or prints
Expect poor quality print and for your loved ones to have have various parts of themselves missing from the print as they crop without looking at the content

Wouldn't order from these again
Terrible Quality Never again.
I've made lots of orders with Snapfish & never had an issue with them
For me the downside is this part "Offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other Snapfish promotion"
I've used them for year for printing calendars for Christmas gifts, and the quality has been good. But, their base price is at least double what it should be unless you're benefitting from one of the frequent promotions and special offers.

Terrible Quality Never again.


Any recommendations on a decent alternative? Looking to get a couple hundred photos printed, and would rather pay a little more and get it right the first time!

Any recommendations on a decent alternative? Looking to get a couple … Any recommendations on a decent alternative? Looking to get a couple hundred photos printed, and would rather pay a little more and get it right the first time!



Costco PhotoLab is good if you're a member and live near one
Can you use to credit to cover p&p charges? Or they will be complete separate and extra costs?

Can you use to credit to cover p&p charges? Or they will be complete … Can you use to credit to cover p&p charges? Or they will be complete separate and extra costs?



Credit can't be used towards P&P

Credit can't be used towards P&P



Thanks, in that case not a great deal
good find

Any recommendations on a decent alternative? Looking to get a couple … Any recommendations on a decent alternative? Looking to get a couple hundred photos printed, and would rather pay a little more and get it right the first time!


I eventually asked my nephew to print a few photos for me, he is an amateur photographer and has a high end printer.
So I am not able to help Sorry

Terrible Quality Never again.



Terrible Quality Never again.


Hopefully now that they have sacked the manager ( no not LVG) Everton can make progress in the league.
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groupon promised me £10.00 cashback with TCB as a new customer, just been declined by groupon (it was tracked) would never use groupon if their offers were free after that experience, disgraceful.
Edited by: "deleted1336857" 25th May 2016

Good deal but Snapfish charges more p&p the more you order which is a bit … Good deal but Snapfish charges more p&p the more you order which is a bit of a rip off. For example order a photo book, mug and prints and you will pay 3 incremental delivery charges. Bit of a rip off.



Strange, that. Royal Mail do the same thing... I wonder if there's a connection?

Have to say I got the mug deal from them around Christmas time and was … Have to say I got the mug deal from them around Christmas time and was extremely disappointed with the result. Was I just unlucky or do people generally find the quality lacking?


We did a photo album after a holiday at Christmas as a present for the inlaws. The quality was very average, and we needed them to send a second copy as the first had a page with a missing background.

They are okay, but far from excellent.
Just noticed that they have a promotion for 50% off on the run up to Father's Day (code is DAD516)... and there's a voucher code (SFUK509) for 50% off and free delivery if the items in your cart initially total £120 or more. Even if quality is not the best, buying 2 of these vouchers could potentially allow you to order £120 worth of merchandise for £20, and avoid the overpriced shipping charge. That's IF you're able to use the voucher after having used a promo code, of course? Does anyone know if you can?

Strange, that. Royal Mail do the same thing... I wonder if there's a … Strange, that. Royal Mail do the same thing... I wonder if there's a connection?



Obviously, but not many companies charge extra p&p when you order more. Carriage will almost always increase with volume but retailers normally absorb this on the basis you are ordering more and lots offer free delivery when you reach a certain threshold. I just find the snapfish approach strange.
Edited by: "stesavingexpert" 26th May 2016

Obviously, but not many companies charge extra p&p when you order more. … Obviously, but not many companies charge extra p&p when you order more. Carriage will almost always increase with volume but retailers normally absorb this on the basis you are ordering more and lots offer free delivery when you reach a certain threshold. I just find the snapfish approach strange.



A reasoned, measured reply. You're quite right of course, I was just being facetious.
Don't use Groupon they promote greyhound racing
I couldn't find place to fill the voucher.
and the stupid customer online chat added 200 6*4 images for me.
that's not what I want!
what a scandal!

bought the voucher on groupon. However I cant get it to load the credit has anyone been able to get this to work?

bought the voucher on groupon. However I cant get it to load the credit … bought the voucher on groupon. However I cant get it to load the credit has anyone been able to get this to work?



I can't get it to work either - get taken from Groupon to the Snapfish landing screen (to create an account or login as existing user), when I login as existing user nothing happens - no notifications, nothing in Credits or account/payment settings?
Cold!! It is not "credit" it forces you to make a purchase in one go of up to £30 paying full price with no voucher codes and p&p on top.

I got a refund from Groupon.
hwark

Just noticed that they have a promotion for 50% off on the run up to … Just noticed that they have a promotion for 50% off on the run up to Father's Day (code is DAD516)... and there's a voucher code (SFUK509) for 50% off and free delivery if the items in your cart initially total £120 or more. Even if quality is not the best, buying 2 of these vouchers could potentially allow you to order £120 worth of merchandise for £20, and avoid the overpriced shipping charge. That's IF you're able to use the voucher after having used a promo code, of course? Does anyone know if you can?



​No, cannot be used in conjunction with any other offers. I got burnt buying this Groupon to pay for 2 photo books, would've been cheaper to have just done it directly with the 50% off
jamesprocha

Any recommendations on a decent alternative? Looking to get a couple … Any recommendations on a decent alternative? Looking to get a couple hundred photos printed, and would rather pay a little more and get it right the first time!



​I have used snapfish for about two years you have the option to edit your photos yourself which means they don't do the cropping themselves I've always found the photos to be great quality, I especially love them in Matt print instead of gloss
nds06

Shame they stopped doing their collages



​I'd recommend Google Picasa for making collages, it has a fantastic tool which makes it quick and easy to generate then tweak a little - after that you can then just get a poster print wherever you want.
So How exactly this voucher works? I paid for one, but no voucher code, unable to see the credit anywhere on my snapfish account....

So How exactly this voucher works? I paid for one, but no voucher code, … So How exactly this voucher works? I paid for one, but no voucher code, unable to see the credit anywhere on my snapfish account....



It isn't credit - the title of this deal is misleading. You need to spend it all at once, not use any vouchers and pay for p&p!
but all credit must be used in one purchase just lost 15 pound as order some cards - then went back to order prints but credit is no longer valid have contacted snapfish gave me a free mug (annoying as already free) and so far no word from groupon but nothing i can find in t and c's about credit.

So How exactly this voucher works? I paid for one, but no voucher code, … So How exactly this voucher works? I paid for one, but no voucher code, unable to see the credit anywhere on my snapfish account....



I contacted Groupon - no help at all, won't be using them in future - then tried Snapfish, ended up having to send them a copy of the voucher, then they manually added the credit same day (you'll see it under "Your Account > Credits" - so if that's empty, it aint worked!).

As others have said, you need to spend the £30 in one purchase.
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