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I use shutterfly, snapfish, winkflash..whichever one is having the best deal at the time i need to get pictures printed...i've used them all and i like them all...winkflash has 5 cent per picture most of the time...and then i google a coupon code for free shipping...i still end up spending some money but not much and i get soo many pictures...i just decided to go with shutterfly...(not sure why) i feel like a lot of people know about it!

 

thanks for all the feedback

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I just wanted to say THANK YOU to everyone who posted in this thread-- you inspired me to do the same!  I just created my Snapfish photo share account and finished my FREE postcards on Vistaprint.  Yaaaaaaaaaay!

 

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Great thread!  Now to just decide between snapfish and shutterfly!

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Shutterfly is defnitely better, but I might be biased because I work there :)    Honestly though, here are the advantages:

 

1) Your guests do not need to create an account to view your pictures (which makes it easier for guests).

2) Shutterfly has share sites specifically for weddings and you can store videos on share sites too (snapfish might have this too-- not sure)

3) Shutterfly is the leader in photo books---and trust me you will want to make photo books with all the pictures from your share site (that you took and guests took).  They are a great gift for mom/dad and bridal party!  Shutterfly has better quality books, more design options and are easier to make on Shutterfly.

4) Shutterfly offers 100% satisfaction guarantee-- this sounds like an total advertisement--but this is so important. If you aren't happy with the way any of your products turn out --you can get your money back or order somethign else, etc.

 

 

Okay- that is my $.02.    :) 

 

Happy picture taking!

 

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Thanks for the info!  I signed up to both just to try them out and I find shutterfly way easier to navigate and looks more professional!
 

Originally Posted by tracy.clements View Post

Shutterfly is defnitely better, but I might be biased because I work there :)    Honestly though, here are the advantages:

 

1) Your guests do not need to create an account to view your pictures (which makes it easier for guests).

2) Shutterfly has share sites specifically for weddings and you can store videos on share sites too (snapfish might have this too-- not sure)

3) Shutterfly is the leader in photo books---and trust me you will want to make photo books with all the pictures from your share site (that you took and guests took).  They are a great gift for mom/dad and bridal party!  Shutterfly has better quality books, more design options and are easier to make on Shutterfly.

4) Shutterfly offers 100% satisfaction guarantee-- this sounds like an total advertisement--but this is so important. If you aren't happy with the way any of your products turn out --you can get your money back or order somethign else, etc.

 

 

Okay- that is my $.02.    :) 

 

Happy picture taking!

 



 

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Oh, and forgot the most important part. Shutterfly never deletes photos. Even if you never make a purchase, you can store your photos there forever.  Most sitse like Snapfish and Kodak will delete your pictures after a certain amount of time if you have not made a purchase.

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I've had my account at shutterfly since 2001! LOL  No complaints and all my crazy photos from high school and college are still there! Which means I've probably had it even before '01!  LOL  I was debating on creating a new account on another site, but I think Tracey convinced me to stay!  :)

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