- 101 4x4 or 4x6 Photo Prints for $6, code: 101FREE
Upload up to 101 photos to Shutterfly using a computer or mobile device, checkout, enter code 101FREE to get them for free plus $6 shipping.
Wednesday, September 21, 2016
- Canon MG6821 Inkjet Photo Printer/Scanner for $59
Canon MG6821 Inkjet Printer with flatbed scanner and wifi accessibility for $79 with free shipping, and coupon code EMPRINT applies $20 off in the cart.
Also includes Corel PaintShop Pro X8 for Windows for free (automatically appears in the cart).
Lets you print from any computer, smartphone, or tablet, and from anywhere using Google Cloud Print.
Normally $65 to $90.
Replacement ink cartridges give about 300 pages, and are fairly cheap at about $16 per set.
Professional printing services give better quality prints, but an inkjet printer can print more than just photos.
- 50 4x6 Photo Prints for Free
To get this deal, you must have Amazon Drive or be an Amazon Prime member.
Start using Amazon Prints and log in with your Amazon.com account.
Select 4x6 prints at 9¢ each.
Choose 50 photos.
You can browse photos from your Amazon Drive or Prime Photos.
If you do not have any there, sign up and download the Amazon software to upload photos.
Any high quality photos uploaded to your Amazon Cloud can be printed with this deal.
After 50 of 4x6 photos have been added to your cart, start to checkout.
Paste code BABY50FREEPRINTS to change the price from $4.50 to Free.
Amcrest Video Monitoring/Security Wifi IP Camera with remote pan/tilt, surveillance recording, and two-way audio for $83 with free shipping.
Available in either Black or White.
Most stores sell it for around $100.
If you sign up as a new Groupon member, you can get 25% off with code FIRST .
We have one for watching the dog from outside the house with the free Amcrest app.
Video quality is very good, even at night.
If you do have a home camera, be sure to setup your Wifi router and your camera with very secure passwords.
Thieves have been known to spy on homes by hacking into cameras, something easily avoided by using passwords generated at random or using a password manager.
Hiding your SSID is also a good idea after configuring your devices.
Consult a tech if you have no idea how to implement basic internet/wifi security.