Photo Deals: 5 Free Mini Photo Books, 99¢ Photo Card at Walgreens, 60 Free Photo Prints + More

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Get 5 free mini photo books, a last-minute 99¢ photo card for Valentine’s Day, 60 free prints, and more with the latest in photo deals.

Your turn: What photo gifts or cards are you giving out this Valentine’s Day?

Photo Books

MyPublisher – 5 Free Mini Photo Books
New MyPublisher customers can get 5 free mini photo books; just enter your email address here to get your exclusive coupon code. These mini photo books measure 2.75″ x 3.5″ and have 20 pages. Offer ends 2/12.

MyPublisher – Free Photo Book
You can also check out MyPublisher’s Facebook page for a free hardcover photo book offer when you share with 5 friends. Offer ends 2/18.

Photo Cards

Walgreens – 99¢ 5×7 Folded Card
Have no fear – it’s not too late to get a card for your sweetheart that doesn’t scream “I picked this up at the gas station on the way home from work, honey”. Use the coupon code CARDFOR99 to get a 5×7 folded card for just 99¢ at Walgreens (exp 2/16). Choose to pick up your order in-store (even the same day) to save on shipping costs and get it ASAP.

Kodak and Walgreens – Buy 1, Get 1 Free
Otherwise you can use the coupon code CARDSBOGO to get a selection of photo cards buy 1, get 1 free at Walgreens through 3/2. Kodak picture kiosks (located in CVS and Target) also offer a buy 1, get 1 free deal with this printable coupon (exp 2/16). (Thanks, Hip2Save!)

Photo Prints

York Photo – 60 Free Prints
New York Photo customers can get 60 free prints with their first order when using the coupon code FREESIXTY. You will have to pay shipping, but you’ll also get an additional 40 free prints just for registering.

Photo Gifts

ArtsCow – $10 Off $10+
Use the coupon code TENOFF2013 to take $10 off your next ArtsCow purchase of $10 or more. ArtsCow has a wide variety of products including collages, umbrellas, camera cases, ornaments, coin purses, and cosmetic bags as well as the typical photo books, calendars, etc. Offer ends 3/8.


  1. christy says

    Question about the York Photo deal…if you read the fine print before you accept the agreement, the copyright states that they may copy and share your pictures. Is that how you interpret that? If so I'm not going to upload my photos there. Bummer, cause that's a good deal.

  2. says

    Christy – Is this the part you're looking at?

    "Accordingly, as a condition of use, you hereby grant York Photo Labs a perpetual, universal, nonexclusive right to copy, display, modify, transmit, make derivative works of and distribute any Content transmitted or provided to the Service by you, solely for the purpose of providing the Service."

    I believe that's just saying that York Photo Labs needs to have the rights to use your images to make the products (not just prints, but mugs, blankets, cards, etc.). The "solely for the purpose of providing the Service" part is what makes me think that.

  3. Christy says

    Thanks Laura for following up. I wasn't sure if that was what they were meaning, or if they were really stating they could share my photos. Legal jargon is not always easy to decipher :)

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