$475 for Photo-Booth Rental with Social Media Kiosk for Three Hours by Picsfly Photobooth ($1,150 Value)

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In a Nutshell

Booth captures prop-weilding partiers in prints, strips, and downloadable images; social media kiosk lets guests share their pics online

The Fine Print

Expires 120 days after purchase. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Reservation required. Valid within greater NYC area. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Piling into a photo booth with friends is a memorable bonding experience, just like when teenagers hook their braces together on purpose. Get closer with this Groupon.

The Deal

$475 for the Gold photobooth package with a social media kiosk (a $1,150 value)

The social media kiosk allows users to share their photos via Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, text message, and email, using an on-site tablet.

Picsfly Photobooth

A Picsfly Photobooth instantly enhances any party. Revelers crowd in, grab props, and pose for pictures off in front of patterned and personalized backdrops. There's no end to the range of booth experiences and looks: events spotlighted in the Picsfly portfolio showcase a very wide range of moods and styles. The album from Agnes and Mike's wedding, for instance, features animated gifs of guests as they laugh and pose. Plus, the pictures' various green-screen backdrops have silly, half-cartoon pictures of the happy couple in the background. Pictures of a 30th birthday, on the other hand, feature superhero masks and a white, non-digital backdrop.

Props are included in every package plus plenty of other fun extras. By renting the Instagram Printer, invented in 1455 by Guttenberg's more technologically adroit twin brother, guests can print their own phone pics from the event. Booth users can add a guestbook to their rental package, too.

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