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Custom Photo on Metal

$39 for a 16"x20" Custom Photo on Metal from Picture It On Canvas. Shipping Included ($153.95 Total Value).

The Fine Print

  • Expires Nov 7th, 2012.
  • Limit 5 per person. Limit 1 per order. Does not ship to AK/HI/Canada/Puerto Rico. Most orders are delivered within 7-10 days from redemption date. Does not ship to PO boxes. See return policy. Voucher is non-transferable. Sales tax applicable for CA, NY, and NJ residents. Valid for one image only.

Questions and Answers 52 questions


How is B&W photo look on metal prints?

Lu L.  asked on  Oct 5, 2012


it will look great.

Bob P.  from  Self  replied on  Oct 5, 2012


how does this workl? do i email you the picture ? is it in a metal frame?

caio a.  asked on  Oct 5, 2012


Once you purchase this Groupon, go to and place your order. You will upload your image to us and crop it.

Here's more info:
We’re thrilled to be featured here today. We’ll be checking the board continually throughout the deal to answer your questions.

These metal prints are relatively new technology. You really have to SEE these metal prints to know how stunning they are when delivered. The colors seem to ‘pop’ off the metal. Some have said they look almost 3D. It’s very difficult to show the beauty on the Internet. You really have to see them in person. I know you’ll love ‘em in fact, I guarantee it. If you’re not happy for any reason, we’ll refund or remake.

Your metal print will be ready to hang right out of the box. No frame is needed. We include double stick tape or for an additional $7.50, you can add mounting blocks to the back so the metal appears to 'float' off the wall. Check out all our enhancement on our website at

These Groupons make great gifts! The Groupon you’ll print-out won’t have your purchase price. It will only show the total value.

You can only use one per transaction with Picture It On Canvas.

Your Groupon essentially is a store-credit. If you want a larger print, you can apply the full value of the Groupon and just pay the difference.

Bob P.  from  Self  replied on  Oct 5, 2012

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