What You'll Get
Choose from Three Options
- $6.99 for one 20-page 5”x7” Soft Cover Photo Book (a $12.99 value)
- $14.99 for one 20-page 8”x11” Custom Cover Photo Book (a $29.99 value)
- $29.99 for one 20-page 12”x12” Custom Cover Photo Book (a $52.99 value)
Snapfish lets you create custom photo books with your favorite pics. Up to 15 can fit on each of the book’s 20 pages, though customers can pay extra to put up to 150 pages in a single book. Professionally designed themes and templates guide the layout process, providing the option to include captions and titles. Once the final layout is approved, the book is printed on acid-free, archival-quality paper and professionally bound.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 25, 2014. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 person, 1 as gift. Limit 1/order. Each Snapfish account may redeem max. of 2 vouchers. Valid only for opt. purch'd. Online only. Doesn't ship to Canada/PO boxes. Most orders delivered w/in 2.5 weeks. Final sale; no returns unless defective. Must pay tax & provide name/address at checkout. Snapfish account req'd. Gifts must be redeemed from different account. Valid only for first 20 pages. Not valid for Disney/Nickelodeon/Warner Bros/Dr Seuss/Sesame Street books, Photo Book Design Service, or Unbeatable Photo Book. Up to $7.99 ship fee. Non-transferable. Must use promo val. in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
Digitization has alleviated the issue of cabinets and albums overstuffed with years of photographs, but for many, electronic photos are still scattered across cyberspace. With a Snapfish account, users can store their images from Facebook, Flickr, digital cameras, and computers all in one place. Once uploaded, photos can be reprinted onto an eclectic mix of products such as holiday cards, blankets, and Christmas ornaments. More traditional items include fine-art canvas prints and custom photo books printed on archival-quality paper, which are more personal than pasting family members' faces onto people in magazines.