“RE: I Thought SnapFish Blew It...”
|From:||Seth Dillingham||In Response To:||2679 RE: I Thought SnapFish Blew It...|
|Date Posted:||Sunday, December 15, 2002 5:10:16 PM||Replies:||0|
On 12/15/02, Brian Carnell said:
>The downside is you have to pay an annual $24.95-$34.95 fee depending >on the service level you want. The upside, at least for me, is that >for $1/roll, they'll develop film, put high-res. scans on the site >(no extra per-download fee), and then return the negatives to me >(sans prints, but I never do much with prints except scan them >anyway).
The deal with snapfish is that you pay no annual or monthly fee, pay a discount for developing (I think it's normally about $3.25 per 24-27 exosure roll), they keep high res versions in storage, put low res on the site, and return prints and negatives.
I like having prints, I have boxes and boxes full of them. How old fashioned of me! :-)
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