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70 prints for 70p!!!

Discussion in 'Photography & Video' started by unknowndomain, 16 Apr 2007.

  1. unknowndomain

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  2. Seft

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    There is also £1.50 or so Quidco on this :D
     
  3. Paul11

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    woot. great offer.... .

    off to dig out all my old photies that i never got round to printing
     
  4. Combat squirrel

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    Someone close/delete/hide this thread!
     
  5. mrgubby

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    ******* :mad: , I read the thread title as "70 pints for 70p!!!" .
     
  6. [OZ]

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    New customers can use this offer in addition to their 30 free registration prints.
     
  7. Wile E. Coyote

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    Just ordered mine 53 6x4" prints for £2.03 including postage, bargin :)
     
  8. Combat squirrel

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    yup I randomly uploaded 70 of my photos and pressed send! :D, never usually order prints, but I thought why not, tis a bargin
     
  9. The_KiD

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    Meant to try out this photobox thing at some point and with this offer, now would seem like a good time.

    Do I have to do anything special to my photo's before sending them to photobox?
     
  10. morgan

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    have a look here
     
  11. CircleFaust

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    is it best to upload them to the temporary print album so as not to use the 30 free prints you get for registering
     
  12. The_KiD

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    I dont think my photo's are in RAW, they are just JPGS.

    Not even sure what RAW is.
     
  13. robmiller

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    RAW is a file format. It's typically uncompressed (and if it is compressed, it's lossless) and offers higher quality over JPEG, but with a higher filesize and less versatility.

    I find that I don't have to do anything for Photobox, they get it pretty much spot-on. I'm perhaps not as discerning as other people, though.
     
  14. The_KiD

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    so will I be able to send them in JPG format?
     
  15. unknowndomain

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    yes they take jpg
     
  16. nolimit

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    took me all day to choose 70 photo and crop to 6" x 4".

    Photos taken with Canon 30D fits perfectly to 6" x 4" but older photos taken with Canon A40, Ixus 40 and Fuji F30 is totally different, took me ages to crop the images but at £2.20 inc delivery for 70 photo was well worth it.
     
  17. madmaxx

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    Another satisfied customer here - cant fault 65 prints (I think - i lost count!) for £2.16!! Absolute bargain - its things like this (along with always delivering on time, great quality etc!) that make me a huge fan of this company. I cant fault em - to anyone who isn't already a customer, I'd say give them a go at this price - I can't ever see it getting cheaper than 1p per print :)
     
  18. Sic

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    I'm having real trouble with the site at the moment. Can anyone confirm problems logging in? I just signed up and received an email that didn't contain my username or password...but apparently they're reserved (when I go to sign up again, it says my email is taken).

    It won't log me in - tried deleting cookies but it didn't work! does photobox not like Mac?
     
  19. The_KiD

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    I am also having problems logging in.

    Am having this problem: http://www.photobox.co.uk/static/nocookies.html

    But I do have cookies enabled and have tried the cookie test they suggest and passed.

    Think the site is a little iffy, maybe the offer is a little more popular than they anticipated?
     
  20. madmaxx

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    At about 10pm it worked absolutely fine for me - maybe a peak in demand! Good luck, I hope you guys arnt the 10,001st and 10,002nd people to try and place an order.... :p