Photobucket or Snapfish or...?

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  1. Bob McLaughlin

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    Photobucket is 15 cents per print, Snapfish is 12 cents per print, is there any difference in service levels? Is there another alternative that's even better? Thanks!
     
  2. Charles J P

    Charles J P Cinematographer

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    I haven't used either in a LONG time to order prints. If I were to do it now, I'd use Walgreens or Walmart where you can upload the pictures you want printed and then pick them up in the store rather than having to wait to have them shipped.
     
  3. Scott Merryfield

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    I've used ofoto.com in the past for enlargements, and recently used mpix.com for a hard cover bound 8.5" x 11" book. I was happy with both sites. I'm not sure what price ofoto charges for 4x6 prints, but I think mpix was $0.19 each.
     
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    I use Costco.
     
  5. Marty M

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    I also just use Walgreens for my prints. For less than 100 prints it is $0.19 per print, but I can get the prints in an hour, and I don't have to pay a shipping charge. I have been pleased, overall with my local Walgreens.
     
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    I use Costco also.
     

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