Shutterfly: Free shipping for you and free gifts for five of your friends

You can get free shipping from Shutterfly plus send five gifts to your friends right now. Here’s how:

::Sign up for a Shutterfly account, if you don’t already have one.

::Click on this Tell-A-Friend link and email five of your friends a free gift from Shutterfly (ask their permission before doing so!). Your friends will receive a free 20-page 8×8 photo book with hard photo cover, 10 free 5×7 flat stationery cards, 10 free 5×7 folded greeting cards, 101 4×6 prints or $10 off an order. Friends who are existing customers will receive 10% off an order.

::Once you’ve emailed your friends, you’ll receive free shipping on any order.

This offer expires November 22, 2010.

Thanks, Common Sense with Money!

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  1. Lisa Bell says

    I didn’t have any problems with it except after i sent my friends emails and a message from shutterfly, it was slow to confirm, I had to refresh the page to get the confirmation. Try clicking on the words ” free gift from Shutterfly “

  2. Angie says

    My friend clicks the link and it says “looks like you already got your free gift from shutterfly”. she hasn’t, she’s never signed up before. anyone else having this issue?

  3. Anonymous says

    I as well made an additional 5 usernames on my same internet account and got the same message, ‘it looks as though you already got your free gift’. I received that message after checking the first username account I made.

    Although, I did receive my free shipping and will try to go to the library to get the codes as was suggestion before me.

  4. Anonymous says

    Might want to wait to go to the library…just went and mine was closed today….its Veteran’s Day. Considered to be a holiday, I guess.

    Well try again another day to get my codes. Agghhh…

  5. Angie says

    Some people might be sending to a family member as friend then using code or at least paying for product themselves. Shutfly, even if $0 order like I just did, says for “fraud protection” purposes you still have to enter a cc number. Maybe they’re trying to make sure one person’s cc doesn’t get hit with a lot of codes–not sure if/how they can track this. I just giving cc number when balance is $0 since I owe nothing and I don’t like my card number being out there. Anyone else have concerns about this?