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Snapfish Buy a $2.88 Greeting Card, Get a $10 Credit on Next Order

by Freebies4Mom on October 11, 2010 9:09 am

Get a $10 credit for your next purchase when you buy any photo gift at 30% off with the coupon code 101010 (excluding prints) from the Fall Catalog. Qualifying products include individual 5×7 folded greeting cards priced at $1.99 each. So you can buy a 5×7 Greeting Card for $1.39 plus $1.49 shipping for a total of $2.88 and get $10 off your next order. If the coupon code takes 30% off for you, then your purchase should qualify for that $10 credit.  You should receive your $10 credit within 2 business days of making your purchase.  What will you use it for? A great photo gift to use that $10 credit on is a photo notebook (normally $9.99) for free and just pay shipping of $2.99 (plus applicable sales tax).

And of course new customers get 50 free prints so if any adult in your household doesn’t already have an account this is a great way to get 50 prints for free.

Ongoing Snapfish Deals:

100 Free Prints for New Customers ($5.89 s/h)

75 Free Prints for Everyone ($4.42 s/h)

20 Free Photo Cards ($5.99 s/h)

Free Desk Calendar or Photo Mug from Hershey’s ($5.99 s/h)

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{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

MH in OH October 13, 2010 at 11:56 am

I don’t follow that you have to buy a folded 5×7 greeting card, couldn’t you buy prints since they are in that e-catalog?
And Amy O thanks for the heads up about how the credit works.

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Heather October 13, 2010 at 11:58 am

Prints do not qualify you for the $10 credit.

The credit can be used in conjunction with a coupon code and applies towards shipping.

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Amy O. October 12, 2010 at 3:48 pm

One thing to remember with Snapfish is a “Credit” may NOT be used with any kind of discount or promotion. Essentially, the credit is the promotion. I have a $50 credit at Snapfish and was excited to get a lot for it using deals but I am unable and instead I can only use it toward regularly priced items.

It is still a good deal to get $10 in credit of course! : )

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Michele October 11, 2010 at 10:15 am

Wasn’t sure where to put this so you can move it to where it belongs 🙂

For anyone else out there concerned about animal testing, I found this link/site that will send you a free pocket guide (among other items) that lists companies that do animal testing so you can avoid, and those that are animal friendly.

http://www.nature.com/nature/nature_energy/marketing/index.html

This concerns me, and probably a lot of others too. Just thought I’d share.

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