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Snapfish

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Snapfish

In a sea of high-quality online photo services, Snapfish swims near the top.

May 29, 2003

4 stars Editors' rating May 29, 2003

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Get 50 free 4x6-inch prints from Snapfish

Who says you can't get something for nothing? With the right coupon code, you can get 50 prints from Snapfish, and even free shipping. Plus, it won't sell out!

By December 9, 2010

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HP's Snapfish acquires video host Motionbox

HP-owned photo and video site Snapfish has acquired video host Motionbox. The pickup brings considerable video chops to HP's photo-focused site.

By July 12, 2010

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Get 5x7 prints for 19 cents each from Snapfish

You'll pay about 19 cents for a 4x6 at the local drugstore. Until June 28, Snapfish is offering 5x7s for the same price.

By June 23, 2008

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Stocking stuffers from Snapfish

Adding to its selection of custom-photo tree ornaments, key rings, coasters, mugs and T-shirts, you can now also order fridge magnets and good old fashioned wooden jigsaw puzzles from Snapfish's online printing service.

By October 24, 2007

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Fur or fins: Snapfish expands with Rabbit Photo

You can now pick up prints ordered online through 70 Rabbit Photo outlets Australia-wide.

By February 28, 2007

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Snapfish online photo service takes the plunge in Australia

HP's Snapfish online photo printing service has gone local, so you can now order prints online and get them through Australia Post or Rabbit Photo.

By December 6, 2006

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Cyber Monday steal: Ebates offers double the cash back

Get 10 percent back from Barnes & Noble, 14 percent from Lancome, 20 percent from Snapfish, and more inflated bonuses from 500 online stores.

By November 28, 2011

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Get a 4GB Eye-Fi Share Video card for $34.99

The Eye-Fi wirelessly, automatically transfers photos from your camera to your PC--or, if you prefer, a Web service like Flickr, Facebook, or Snapfish.

By September 1, 2010

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HP DreamScreen is a beautiful disappointment

The HP DreamScreen sells itself as a digital photo frame on steroids, pulling web content such as Pandora radio, Facebook updates, and Snapfish photo albums. Unfortunately, this dream doesn't have a happy ending.

By July 26, 2010