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Snapfish Coupon Codes

Posted on Tuesday, November 18th, 2008 at 9:50 am
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Today I have plenty of Snapfish coupon codes for you, including a one-day only offer that has never been made available before! Hurry and use this deal while it lasts.

Let’s start with the one-day only Snapfish offer. For today, you can get free shipping on your entire order at Snapfish! This includes everything, prints, calendars, etc., with the exception of the following: signature wines, photo frames, and photo skins. My sister-in-law is getting ready to do her end-of-year scrapbooking, so this will be perfect for her. Use the coupon code shipallfree and the following link: Snapfish Free Shipping, to get this deal. Make sure to place your order before midnight tonight.

Another great deal at Snapfish is photocards for only a penny each! You can get 20 photo cards for only 20 cents. This is a great deal for those holiday cards. Take a nice photo of the family, the kids or even the dog. Personal holiday greetings to friends and family are a great way to keep in touch. You can still use the free shipping link, but then during checkout use the coupon code CARD08 to get this deal. This offer expires November 23rd.

Snapfish is also offering 20% off all holiday gifts! There is everything here from stocking stuffers to heirloom keepsakes. A personalized gift is sure to be treasured, and with this deal it is also very economical. There are plenty of gifts here for friends and the grandparents. I have a few things already picked out for Christmas. Use the coupon code WINTER08 at checkout to get your discount.

I’ll talk to you again tomorrow!

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