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  • WYB = When You Buy
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Photo Prints

Snapfish has brought back one of its most popular offers:

100 prints for only $5. The five bucks includes shipping so it really is only 5¢ a print.

Visit Snapfish.com and use the code: STPATPRNT to get the great discount.

This deal is good until March 20th.

    • Pjpwillis

      Don’t forget to use shopathome.com for 11.5% cashback! :)

      • Hayleyb323

        Thanks for the reminder, I always forget about that.

    • Awesome!! I Shared! Thank you for all of your hard work keeping us updated!

    • Beth Anne

      Wonderful News…Thanks for sharing…I am new to couponing in this manner and what I high I have gotten this week…Went to Publix my total was 479.67 and I only paid 111.62…I know when I get more involved I will get better but I was very happy with me shopping spree…

      • Hjdapples

        wow – You really did great! It is a wonderful feeling to be able to get all kinds of stuff for next to nothing. My best total was $188 for $39 dollars. I ALWAYS save at least 50-60% each week when I go grocery shopping. This is an off week for me so I am concentrating on school clothes for my grandson and painting my house. Which I got the paint cheaper by using rebates.

    • Hallie1200

      thanks, I paid 6$ shipping and .55 cents for TN tax. Still a good deal

    • Karenlsummers

      is this a one time deal or can you use it multiple times? thanks!

      • I think it is one per order but some have been able to use it again on the same account.

    • Kristen

      in Georgia… I paid 5 but had to pay the 9 for shipping… it did not include shipping… bummer…

      • Pepsi1williams

        I am in ga and just paid 5.30 shipping included

    • shelley

      FYI…I ordered about 2 weeks ago when they had 100 prints free and you pay shipping. They quality of their prints is NOT GOOD. Some of my pictures were from a professional photographer and they came back looking yellow/red tinted. SO, beware…while this may be a “good deal”, I was not satisfied with snapfish's quality.

    • Abaker2teach

      I just received an order from Snapfish today, my first one. I am NOT happy. Most of my pictures appear to be zoomed in from the original and have heads cut off. I will be contacting the company and asking them what happened. I will not be ordering from them again. At least my order was very cheap thanks to sites like yours! Thanks for having your site and helping my family to SAVE!

      • Edugator00

        I had the same thing happen. I contacted the company and they replaced all the prints I was unsatisfied with.

        • biskit0323

          I am happy I just read this cause some of mine were birth annoucements that were cropped. Thanks!

          • Amt1218

            I had the same thing happen a few weeks ago. I haven't contacted them yet.. I need to do that!

      • Pretty_in_purple

        digital photos are smaller than 4×6. at check out it asks if you want to get smaller prints or zoomed in. I know it stinks I've had it happen before too but it's that way everywhere, sorry

      • Gretchen

        One way to make this cropping situation a bit better is to use the snapfish edit function and crop the pictures prior to ordering them. The crop function will show you the size that the picture needs to be, and you can control which part of the picture gets cut off, rather than the auto crop that the company does, which will often cut off heads.

    • Lisa J

      I read through some of the comments. I order from snapfish all the time for my scrapbooking photos. I am very happy with them. I have had some pictures come out fuzzy or whatever and when i compare it to my original, its because the photo was bad to start with. If you don't edit your pictures to fix things like that, it's not the companys fault how they print. It also will tell you some of your photos are sized for digital prints and will ask if you want the smaller print size or not. It will show you an example of what the print wll look like as a 4×6, it does crop off the top, and what it will look like at the smaller size. Double check your pictures in the preview setting, it will show you how it will print and use the editing features before you submit the final order. Just take your time to read everything and preview and it should work out better for you the next time.

    • tori729

      Thanks, took advantage of this last time!