Shutterfly: 8×8 Photo Book for the price of shipping

Shutterfly and Family Circle have teamed up to offer you an 8×8 Photo Book for the cost of shipping only.

Just login to your account through this page or sign up for a new account and your free Photo Book offer should be showing up in your account.

I’m guessing that shipping is around $8-$10, but I’ve not had a chance to verify it yet. Does anyone know for sure?

This offer ends May 21, 2012.

Thanks, Money Saving Madness!

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  1. N says

    After you log in to your account, the fine print at the bottom of the page says “Good for one free 20-page 8×8 hardcover photo book per household. A shipping and handling charge of $7.99 applies. Offer expires May 21, 2012. Other terms and conditions apply.”

  2. Gina says

    Thank you! This is such a blessing! I make a photo book each year to send to my daughter’s foster mom (the lady who took care of her the first 9 months of her life!) and I’ve been meaning to get on this project since Jan. This is just the motivation I need to get it done and mailed. Thanks for yet another awesome deal!

  3. Cassi says

    I love shutterfly and I order from them often…I have made 12 photo books in the time that I have had my account with them and I have gotten EVERY one of them for free! Thank you so much for this share-I can always use more! I also had a co worker that said to me today that her daughter wanted to make a photo book from her recent DC trip-I was so happy to be able to share this deal with her!

    • Andrea says

      I have gotten so many freebies from Shutterfly, it is crazy! Cards, prints, magnets, several photo books…all for the price of shipping.

      • Cassi says

        I actually usually get my order up to $30 through ordering prints and other things so that I don’t have to pay shipping. One memorable order that I placed was a savings of $128 and I paid about $36. I use a lot of my gifts to grow points to get free shutterfly stuff. I also order prints in bulk a couple times a year so that I can get free shipping-I always figure if I buy a few things as gifts or buy a few extra prints to hang up that I am getting SOMETHING as opposed to paying for shipping which doesn’t really give me anything LOL

  4. says

    If you create a book with more than 20 pages, there’s another coupon code floating around for 40% off – BOOK40 that you can also use. I think I had 11 extra pages in my book, and with the two codes combined, my total was about $15.

    • Sarah says

      Laura, how did you combine the two codes? I have a book that’s 29 pages and it will let me use BOOK40, but not combine. Any secrets to how to do this?

      • says

        Hmmm, I don’t know why it didn’t work for you! That stinks! I put in the free book code first, and then I added the 40 percent one after that. I’m not sure what to tell you – rats! I hope you get it to work!

        • Sarah says

          Thanks…I tried this…oh well, maybe too many people did it and they figured it out! LOL. That’s okay; I’m just happy to have the deal. I’m going to get two books instead; one at 40% off and one free, with only 20 pages. And then Shutterfly has made some money, which was their goal!!

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