Adorama Print Sale

As they do every year, the fine folks at Adorama are having a sale on photographic prints thru their online AdoramaPix digital printing service. This year it’s any number of 8×10 color prints for ninety-nine cents each, plus quite reasonable shipping. Yep, just $0.99. I use them regularly, and while I’m not a huge fan of their online ordering system, the service is excellent and, at this price, pretty well impossible to beat. I heart good deals, bargains, and stuff like that, don’t you know…

Ends 18 December 2006; coupon code at checkout time is “PXHOLI810”. Guess what my friends and acquaintances are getting for their solstice gifts this year? 🙂

Published in: Geekiness, General | on December 5th, 2006| 4 Comments »

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  1. On 12/10/2006 at 8:58 pm Nemo Said:

    Thanks for the visit! 🙂 No, there really aren’t any caveats about ordering from them, except perhaps to note that they, like many of the large photo outfits, are Orthodox Jewish, and don’t process or ship orders on Saturdays or Jewish holidays – but they’re usually pretty good about putting notices about closings on their website, if you’re not up on your holy days. 🙂 They don’t offer the same variety of paper surfaces and mounting options a pro wedding/portrait lab, or even a semipro lab like MPix does, but the things they do, they do very well, in my opinion, and at an excellent price (especially during the two or three sales they run per year). About two-thirds of the prints in my portfolio were produced by Adorama, as were about half the prints hanging on my walls…

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