Artifact Uprising does occasionally release discount codes, but more consistent offers can be accessed through its bulk discounts and referral program. The bulk discounts are good for a generous 20% off orders of 10+ projects (they all must be the same project), which may come in handy when ordering gift books for wedding guests, for example. The referral program gives both you and the person you’re referring to $10 off your projects – not a bad reward for sharing a simple signup link.
Walgreens constantly has special offers going but an easy, constant way to save big is on shipping. By choosing from the options that can be picked up in stores, not only will you eliminate shipping fees but your project will also be ready on that same day. No matter what project you end up making, Walgreens offers a 100% money-back guarantee with no time limits, so if you’re not fully satisfied you won’t pay a penny.
Walmart occasionally runs specials and discounts on photo books, but one way to consistently save is through shipping. Opt for photo books that can be picked up in-store and pay nothing for delivery fees. Alternatively, purchase a photo book that costs $35 or more and benefit from free shipping. Regardless of what you end up paying, you can rest easy knowing that Walmart offers a full money-back guarantee if you’re not satisfied with the product you end up with.
In order to capitalize on the continuous popularity of Facebook and Instagram, photo book companies have come up with different ways to convince potential customers to turn their social media posts into a lasting photo book. If such a company can effectively combine user-friendliness and/or outstanding customization features with affordability, then this market will be all sewn up. Although PastBook’s prices are anything but encouraging, thanks to its seemingly never-ending supply of discounts it is possible to turn your social media photos into neat photo books without paying a fortune.
Right from the start there is a great discount of 35% if you order your photo book within a certain period of time, but by ordering more copies of the book this discount is increased by up to an additional 40%. And if we throw in the gift vouchers, the referral promotion, the discounts on extras, and the free shipping of the bigger hard cover products into the mix, then the opportunity for savings is massive.
Having your Facebook or Instagram photos printed in the form of a photo book is an imaginative and stylish way of preserving your most precious and loved memories, especially if you can do so for cheap prices. Chatbooks is already a champion when it comes to providing quality services in a cost-friendly manner, but the company ups the ante even more with its discounts and special offers.
Chatbooks customers can purchase a book on demand and pass the option of creating a photo book over to family members or friends in the form of a $10, $20, $50 or $200 gift card. Speaking of friends, if you successfully convince at least five of them to subscribe to Chatbooks’ Photo Book Series service, then you’ll be entitled to enjoy $48 credit per year for five consecutive years. And if you fancy cooking, you can order a series of seasonal cookbooks by Chef Tyler Florence for a reduced price and a free cookbook stand.
My Social Book is a two-time champion, since not only does it possess a builder with which you can create photo book in under two minutes but it also has a cost-friendly pricing policy. Despite the relatively low prices and the 30-day money back guarantee the company has plenty of temporary and permanent offers up its sleeves to further reduce costs and increase customer satisfaction.
You can start saving money by simply ordering your photo books with more pages thanks to the fact that the more pages you order, the less each page costs. And if you want to surprise your loved ones but have no idea what kind of photo book they’d like, My Social Book offers gift certificates in various monetary values.
Most of the time photo book companies rely on temporary coupons and discounts that come and go. And if you don’t get notified of the various ways to reduce the prices of your new photo books because of their short lifespan, then what’s the point? Thankfully SmileBooks is nothing like that: it has discounts that can be used any time and do not have expiration dates.
One such offer is intended for newcomers with which prices can be reduced by 30%, however if your order exceeds $100 that discount can go up to 50%. You can also enjoy free shipping on everything you have ordered or add 50 free prints without paying a dime.
Most photo book companies know that the only way to attract customers – aside from cost-friendly prices – is to treat them with as many temporary or permanent coupons and discounts as possible. Printerpix barely has any discount options, and if it has most of them are hidden or are automatically applied to your orders when they are due. However, that doesn’t mean there are no treats you can use now.
Such a treat is a gift for newcomers: by simply creating an account you are entitled to add free prints to your first order. You can also save a lot on bulk orders – provided that it doesn’t exceed ten copies in total – plus there is the refer a friend promotion with which you can get Amazon coupons while your friends can purchase products for heavily reduced prices.
Amazon is already known for offering various products at very cost-friendly prices, including its relatively new photo books. Even though you can get your high-quality Amazon photo books for as low as $19.99, there are many ways to reduce the purchase prices even more.
Such a way is free shipping: since all photo book orders are more expensive than $15 (the minimum amount required for free shipping), all you have to do is choose a slower delivery (8–12 business days) and you only have to pay the purchase price. And if you want to give an Amazon photo book as a gift to your loved ones, you can purchase gift certificates in various monetary values.
PrestoPhoto provides the best pricing of the market for photo books offering its customers various sizes, a decent amount of covers and paper types and the option to choose from different binding techniques. So that means the company does not need any coupons or discounts to attract new and/or old customers, right? Not exactly: even this company with its super cheap prices has found some way to make those pesky final price tags even smaller. For instance, if you order a bigger amount of copies of the same book, you will not only get constant assistance from a staff member and receive a sample book before the printing process commences, but this way you can save up to 25% on the total.