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11/26/2007 08:55:53 PM · #1
I need to print about 60 5x7's for a wedding album I am making for a family member (nothing fancy - second marriage)

Costco will do them for $0.39 per print. I can upload them and pick them up at the store. Is there anyone doing 5x7's for considerably less?
11/26/2007 09:38:32 PM · #2
That's pretty cheap.
11/26/2007 09:43:17 PM · #3
Costco is what I would have recommended anyway ... note that a 12x18 enlargement is only $2.99 ....
11/26/2007 09:53:23 PM · #4
If you're only doing 60 ... there isn't much opportunity to save money. I mean, even a whopping 30% off of 39 cents is only going to save you $7. Now, if you were talking 600 then I'd be looking to pinch pennies here and there.

Regardless, 39 cents is a pretty good price. But if you want to go cheaper, I recommend www.winkflash.com
11/26/2007 10:03:13 PM · #5
winkflash does look cool although if i do the math the shipping eats up most of the savings. but good to know about
11/26/2007 10:07:48 PM · #6
Winkflash used to charge just 99 cents shipping ... no matter how many pictures you ordered. I do a lot of my wedding announcement pictures (600 at a time ... all 5x7s) through them. And 99 cent shipping was unbelievable. I wouldn't be surprised if they changed their shipping soley because of me! lol

If I had to drive to my nearest costco (which isn't very near), I'd probably spend a good portion of that $3.89 that they are charging for shipping. Plus I'd be spending some of "my" time doing it. For me, I'd probably to winkflash. But if you're close to costco then it makes a lot of sense to just go there.

10/27/2010 09:15:11 AM · #7
I also recommend winkflash, although I wait on my orders as they periodically have a 5x10 sale where 4x6s are 5 cents and 5x7s are only 10 cents each!

I have a wall full of them. I order the prints and then mount them on black precut foamcore backings.

Dave
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