Sunday, September 7, 2008

Welcome to my weekly post on where to find your weekly free photos.

As we all know, it takes no time at all for digital photos to pile up on our cameras, computers or disks.

So, each week I will be bringing you a new site to go get some free photos printed.

And, I will also include all deals that are still running.

This week, I am featuring CVS Photo Center. They are currently offering 50 free prints to new users. You will get 20 free prints just for signing up, and if you have a CVS Extra Care Card and you enter that number, you get an additional 30. That is your 50 free!

In addition, you can choose to pick up at your local store for no additional cost.

Would you like your free prints this week? Click here to register.

And, if you haven't taken advantage of all the other free prints out there right now, here is a compiled list I have gathered together.

And, don't forget, all free photo sites are listed in a drop down in the right hand sidebar so you can access them quickly anytime!



Don't forget to enter my September $25 Giveaway. Simply click here to read the details and enter.

3 comments:

OnlyOnSale said...

do you know of any free film developing? I have 4 cameras that I put on the tables at my mom's wedding. Thanks!

Carrie @ Moneysavingmethods.com said...

York Photo and Clark Colorlabs both have film developing.

You can print a postage paid label from their site ( meaning you don't pay shipping ), and then send the film into them.

Their prices are pretty decent.

Now, whether the free prints they both offer for signing up covers the prints from the film..I am not sure.

I tried to log in and see, and I couldn't find an answer.

My advice would be to email them and see.

They did say, once they get your film, they will upload it online for you to see. So, I would think you could then order them like normal against your free prints credit...but don't quote me on this.

Jocelyne said...

Thanks for sharing!! I'll try Picaboo free photo book services!!

 
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