Free Photo Calendar from Shutterfly and Target

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Target and Shutterfly have teamed up to offer a completely free Photo Calendar this week. Freebies 4 Mom posted the following specific directions on how to get your free calendar :

1. Log in to Shutterfly and click on "My Account" at the very top right. Or sign-up for a new account and get 50 free prints.

2. Look at the bottom of the page for the "Enter Special Offer Code" to load the coupon code FREECALENDAR into your account.

3. You can then see it when you click on "My Special Offers" and it will ask you anytime you checkout if you'd like to apply it to your order. The expiration date is January 17, 2010.

4. Just pay shipping when you create your free 16"x20" Calendar Poster. When you use your coupon it does not apply towards shipping which should cost only $4.99.

5. Use before Sunday, January 17.

Thanks, The Frugal Find!

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  1. says

    FYI – when you read the terms and conditions, it says it must be ordered by Jan 11, 2010. Not sure which is correct, but you might want to do it by the 11th just to be safe!

  2. Joanna says

    I am thinking you can get a free calendar from riteaid too…the coupon from coupons.com says it is good on any 12 month calendar and these one sheet calendars are a 12 month calendar…it says online that price is only 3.99, and the coupon is $5 off, so you should be able to make a dollar??? They probably aren’t as nice as Shutterfly, but still is free!!!! Going to try it today…..

  3. says

    Thanks for this…this was a very easy site to work through and upload. The calendar will look great! It’s a $20 value so I’m geekin’ out about it, will share with others. :)

  4. Shaun says

    I’m doing it now!! It said expired at first for me too…that was because it was spelled wrong. LOL! Cut and Paste the code.

  5. Priscilla says

    Is it possible to have it sent to a local store (Target) and pick it up there & not have to pay shipping & handling charges?