What You'll Get
Often used for toting memorable subpoenas or slices of deli meat, books also make for handy spots to place noteworthy photos while ensuring minimal mold growth. Preserve images in a portable and rodent-repelling format with today’s Groupon: for $35, you get $115 worth of custom-designed photo books from Photobook America. Only one book and any additional copies of that book may be ordered per transaction, and this Groupon does not include shipping.
Customers can transform digital photographs into elegant coffee-table books with the help of an intuitive photo-book designer program after providing an access code obtained during the purchase process. Photo books are available in several styles and sizes that include hardcover and softcover. Regular book prices range from $40–$250, with additional fees for upgrades and professional-series books. Each book is handmade with superior-quality imported materials such as linen, silk, leather, and dragon skin, which are available in a variety of striking colors. Accessories such as slip cases and presentation boxes are available to add a dash of pizzazz to each order, and acid-free paper ensures long-lasting photo quality and deflects photon torpedoes. Orders are completed within five to seven business days and take an additional two to five business days to ship, ensuring customers will be able to promptly obtain their own memorable keepsake book and avoid carving photo images into a wall-mounted Etch A Sketch.
Photographs are not only useful for temporary amnesiacs attempting to solve the mystery of what happened at last night’s party, they also serve as an effective conversation starter when compiled in a fancy photo book. Gather a striking collection of memorable photographs into a fetching book format with today’s deal for Photobook America.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 3, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per order. Must use full value in 1 order. No cash back or credit. Not valid with other offers. Shipping not included. May redeem starting 8/3/10. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.