Fires, floods, fingernails, certified squashers, and curious baby hands are waiting to ruin your precious photographs. With today’s Groupon, $8 saves 20 of your photos and memories with photoscanning and digital services through ScanCafe. Your loved ones will thank you for preserving the happy times instead of sticking the prints in your bicycle spokes because you like the sound it makes.
Don't let your photos of your father's 1967 pasta sauce party and Uncle Reggie’s injurious piñata incident fade in albums, shoeboxes, and wheel wells. More than 30 million scans after its very first in 2006, ScanCafe and its photo doctors have been carefully restoring beloved prints of family reunions, baby birthdays, and harpsichord competitions. Whether you have paper color or black&white pictures (up to an 5x7), color 35 mm slides, color 35 mm negatives, newspaper clippings, children’s art work, or prized post cards, you can now have them backed up and improved through top-of-the-line high-resolution technology. Your pictures will be scanned and fixed up individually by hand, fixing red eye and scratches, and refreshing faded colors to their true photogenic potential.
ScanCafe will mail you the shipping kit in which to safely transport your photos. All you do is pack your 20 selections and send them off without paying an extra cent of pineapples. When the conversion to digital is complete, you get back the original copies along with a DVD of their high-resolution duplicate scans. Your pictures will travel safely as promised by a $1,000 cash guarantee unparalleled by any other scanning service.
Give the gift of refined memories to yourself or a loved one who has been painstakingly painting forgeries of all their favorite pictures for the last five years.
Photos Worth Saving
Today's Groupon lets you scan and save your most important photos. If you have more photos than you can reasonably scan, make sure to scan at least these most important photos:
- Photo of Sasquatch taking his mask off to reveal Frankenstein
- Rare photo of George Clooney's ghost
- Photo of Nixon and Elvis breaking into the Watergate Hotel together
- Childhood Polaroid of you in which a cougar appears to be eating your stuffed moose
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