Amazon Prints Promotional Code: 50 Free 4×6 Photo Prints + Free Shipping

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New code for 50 free prints. Amazon Prints is offering another round of 50 free 4×6 photo prints, with free shipping for Prime members. Use promotional code FREE50PRINTS by September 17, 2017 11:59pm PT. This current code should work again even if you already got 50 free prints using a previous code. Supposedly the actual printing is done by Snapfish.

Amazon Prime Photos includes unlimited online photo storage, plus 5 GB for videos and files. These free prints are a little push to get you to upload your photos with Amazon instead of Google, Apple, Facebook, Shutterfly, etc.

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  1. I also won’t be surprised if amazon is passionate about the photo business, if not today, someday. Didn’t look that way with apparel but they’re well on their way to passing Macy’s in that department. They’re already past walmart and target in terms of YoY sales. That said, you’re right: the goal is to get you for prime. I cancelled after many years last year only to sign up 2 months later when they had the 69 deal for Transparent’s Emmy win. So far, it’s been worth it in terms of bringing my cost basis down to zero. I stream music but they don’t have most of the shows they used to have especially the pbs ones. Despite consuming something amazon daily, i don’t use the drive and I use walmart for prints when I need them. I don’t even think i’ve opened the drive app on my kindle tablet.

    I don’t need prints often and most people share pictures on their phone and social media. How profitable is this? Will the average person in need of a basic $8 print order use an online service when they can’t pick up in store for free? I know co-workers with children who make family Christmas cards etc so that’s a target market right there if the pictures aren’t taken at a studio.

    Nevertheless, thank you so much for the code. I’m going to take advantage of it and print out stuff to make the scrapbook I’ve always wanted. I’ve all the materials but the photo prints. Ha!

  2. Impossible to use Why is there no way to just upload and print? This service might be hands down the hardest thing I have ever done online.. I am so mad…. You better make it easier to use or it will fail!

  3. The promotion BABY50FREEPRINTS doesn’t work

  4. brandi berg says:

    Absolutely love using Prime Prints!! One more reason to make love AMAZON even more. I am a mom, wife, and business owner, I do not have time to wait around for photos to load or go to the store and print photos off. I downloaded the Prime Prints app to my phone and my photos are automatically saved from my phone! When I go to make my family yearbook, how handy is this!! I am from the technology generation where printing photos was a thing of the past but AMAZON offering this has opened up the ability to make looking at photos still a family tradition! Thank you AMAZON for always fulfilling my needs!!

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