60 Photo Prints free at Truprint! Just pay £1.99 p&p
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60 Photo Prints free at Truprint! Just pay £1.99 p&p

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Found 12th May 2013
60 free photos at Truprint, just upload your chosen photographs then crop and edit. Have to pay for p & p sadly which is £1.49 if you keep it to 50 prints, £1.99 if you have 60.

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Good timing - i have another batch to print. Do you know when it expires?

Just looked - its just for new accounts

Great thanks had some that needed printed of

Wow, I'm just amazed that this company still exits.

Zuulan

Wow, I'm just amazed that this company still exits.

That was my first thought. What a blast from the past, I remember sending my 35mm rolls of film in the envelopes back in the 90s

brill

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That was my first thought. What a blast from the past, I remember sending … That was my first thought. What a blast from the past, I remember sending my 35mm rolls of film in the envelopes back in the 90s



I remember it too, the excitement of opening the packet, and then the disappointment to find you only had one decent photo out of thirty five total cr*p ones - it's one piece of nostalgia I can live without. God bless digital,

Anyone ever ordered a photo book from here? I'm going through 10 years of holiday snaps and trying to get a few books printed, for a reasonable price.

Don't all print companies offer free prints for new customers? It might say "if you sign up today..." but I'm fairly sure that they will still be available tomorrow or next month or even next year for new customers.

BTW, truprint use snapfish rather than printing the photos themselves so the quality will be the same as snap fish.

Don't all print companies offer free prints for new customers? It might say "if you sign up today..." but I'm fairly sure that they will still be available tomorrow or next month or even next year for new customers.

Can't get enough of these. So many digital photos on my hard drive!! Thanks.

i think you can sign up a few times using different email addresses and get away with it that way too not tried and tested but read about it on martin lewis's forums

Do people still print photos?! I have 30,000+ digital pics and not a single one ever been printed! lolz

Dealfinder21......ive ordered photobooks and have been very pleased with them. However..i would wait for any half price offers (which come up all the time) before ordering. Best thing to do.is get the book ready ( cos it can take ages) then order it when the deal is on. Goodluck! Heat added...good offer

Their photobooks are ok. Personally for me snapfish and photobox were better quality. Tesco do free prints. And you used to be able to pick up from local store for free within an hour as they send email to local store and they print them there.

Original Poster

mikeswrx02

Do people still print photos?! I have 30,000+ digital pics and not a … Do people still print photos?! I have 30,000+ digital pics and not a single one ever been printed! lolz



I know what you mean but there are still people out there who like to make photo albums for gifts, and have photos framed around the house!

mikeswrx02

Do people still print photos?! I have 30,000+ digital pics and not a … Do people still print photos?! I have 30,000+ digital pics and not a single one ever been printed! lolz



It's a bit like reading a book in print compared to to reading it on the Kindle, etc: somehow the you cannot beat the feel.

thanks, i got couple of hundred fotos need sorting.

Do you know, TESCO charge 5p per print, and so called free 50 prints, equate to 4p a print.
NOT EXACTLY FREE.

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oppkuk

Do you know, TESCO charge 5p per print, and so called free 50 prints, … Do you know, TESCO charge 5p per print, and so called free 50 prints, equate to 4p a print.NOT EXACTLY FREE.


Usually they are 9p per photo at Truprint, not talking about Tesco! But if you want to get smart about it - you get 50 photos at Tesco at 5p a pic that's costing you £2.50 (more than the £1.49 p and p charge you will be paying at Truprint) :P
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