9 Essential Tips On Earning Freebies & Discounts At Shutterfly

9 Essential Tips On Earning Freebies & Discounts At Shutterfly

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Shutterfly is a terrific one-stop shop for all your photo, photo book, invitations, holiday and greeting card needs. Couple that with the amazing sales Shutterfly runs, and you can get beautiful gifts for everyone you know. Here are nine essential tips you should be aware of to get the best deals:

  • When you sign up for Shutterfly, you automatically get 50 free 4x6 prints.

  • Shutterfly lists most of its special offers on this page, which includes sales and promo codes. Right now, you can get 101 4x6 free prints with promo code FREEPRINTS.

  • To get exclusive special offers, sign up for email notifications from Shutterfly. Often, you’ll get exclusive promo codes for percent off savings on top of sales, or freebies with promo codes.

  • When you create a Share site of your friends and family, you can get 30 free photos.

  • If you like to order a lot of pictures, go with the pre-paid print plan to get deals for as low as 9 cents per print.

  • If you have an issue with Shutterfly’s products, contact Shutterfly directly to get the issue resolved. (In my personal experience, they have always been quick and responsive, and will often replace products, no questions asked.)

  • Tell a friend to get up to 150 free prints per year. If you love Shutterfly, you can recommend Shutterfly to your friends, and when they sign up and make a purchase, you’ll get 15 free prints for every new account. 

  • Make your Shutterfly purchases through a rewards program such as Big Crumbs or Mr. Rebates to earn cash back or miles.

  • If you make frequent diaper or soda purchases, register for their rewards programs. Pampers has a rewards program called Gifts To Grow, where you register codes from the Pampers products you buy for points. When you’ve accumulated enough points, you can trade them in for a variety of rewards, including various Shutterfly products. My Coke Rewards operates on the same principle as well.


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