Groupon deal on canvas prints through Printerpix with 20.2% TCB
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Groupon deal on canvas prints through Printerpix with 20.2% TCB

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Found 12th JanEdited by:"WolFishAntics"
Looks like a good price for a variety of sizes of canvas. I'm thinking Valentine's present or just a great way to display one of your favourite pics.

Choose the size on canvas you would like and Groupon send you a code straight away. Follow the directions on the coupon and follow the promo link to get the canvas for 0.00 on Printerpix's website adding £5.99 postage for the smaller sizes and £8.99 for the larger sizes for postage.

TopCashback are also currently offering 20.2% cashback on Printerpix and Colourland deals. topcashback.co.uk/gro…on/

From Groupon:

  • £2.95 for a 10” x 10” personalised photo canvas (80% off)
  • £3.95 for a 12” x 12” personalised photo canvas (78% off)
  • £4.95 for a 16” x 12” personalised photo canvas (80% off)
  • £7.95 for a 20” x 16” personalised photo canvas (79% off)
  • £9.95 for a 24” x 16” personalised photo canvas (80% off)
  • £13.95 for a 30” x 20” personalised photo canvas (75% off)
Expires 1 May 2018. Limit 1 per person, may buy 8 additional as gifts. Redemption required online on printerpix.co.uk/red…on/, provide Groupon codes. No cancellations. Delivery is not included and costs £5.99 for 10" x 10", 12" x 12" or 16" x 12" options and £8.99 for 20" x 16", 24" x 16 and 30" x 20" options. Please allow 10-12 business days for delivery. Delivery to UK Mainland only. Valid on option purchased only. Verified using our merchant's website on 21 Nov 2017.


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May have to be careful with combining a groupon code with expecting cashback - cashback can be rejected if you use codes that are from other affliates (it's in the T&Cs).

I expect it's either/or, on the assumption that one gives you discount (groupon) and another gives you cashback (TCB)
chuffedfox3 m ago

May have to be careful with combining a groupon code with expecting …May have to be careful with combining a groupon code with expecting cashback - cashback can be rejected if you use codes that are from other affliates (it's in the T&Cs).I expect it's either/or, on the assumption that one gives you discount (groupon) and another gives you cashback (TCB)


I thought that but the cashback is on the Groupon purchase, which is just a deal, no code is used or special link, so I reckon it'd track. It has tracked for me and is currently in the pending state
WolFishAntics7 m ago

I thought that but the cashback is on the Groupon purchase, which is just …I thought that but the cashback is on the Groupon purchase, which is just a deal, no code is used or special link, so I reckon it'd track. It has tracked for me and is currently in the pending state


Ah yes, seen on TCB that it's a deal via GroupOn for Printerpix.
Ordered on 30/12....still haven't received it !!!!
You can also get a 20-page photobook for £3, which I was look at for £14.99 on their website.

groupon.co.uk/dea…138
how does this work, do u upload a pic yourself then choose the size? i have some high res images from natural history museums wildlife exhibit i wanna use...
sleepingwonder9 m ago

how does this work, do u upload a pic yourself then choose the size? i …how does this work, do u upload a pic yourself then choose the size? i have some high res images from natural history museums wildlife exhibit i wanna use...


You choose a size on Groupon and they send you a code and a link to enter the code into printerpix's website. On the website it asks you to select the size again. I chose the 16x12" one on Groupon and found that the 10x10 and 12x12 options were also listed as £0.00 on Printerpix's page. The next size up was listed as £12 I believe so make sure you pick the right size on Groupon.
Then once you've picked the size you can upload your image. It gives you a rating out of 5 stars as to how good your image is, compatibility wise and you can adjust cropping and what parts will go around the edges of the canvas.
It does say 1 per customer I believe but you night be able to find a way around that
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