I've always followed the standard advice when creating a photo book on Shutterfly of just waiting until they offer a 50% off plus free shipping deal. Unfortunately I was still doing a final proofread and corrections when that sale expired this time around, so I figured I'd just have to wait around until the next one. Then I saw on Facebook that Shutterfly was offering a sale on photo books where there was no charge for additional pages. My book was 101 pages long, so this deal was much, much better than any 50% off deal. Plus I still got free shipping. So, if you've got a big trip book, wait for the "unlimited additional pages free" sale. It's well worth it!
Hey, thanks for the tip! I use them for my photobooks. I think that no charge for additional pages is their best deal if you have a large book, but I think only offered once or twice a year.
Thanks for the tip. I always wait for a discount for my photo books and usually use the 50% deal. I always have lots and lots of additional pages, so this may be a better deal for me.
Thank you! very good to know.
Good to know ! I wait for the 50% off deals (which are usually very often!) but did not think about the additional free pages special !
The free additional pages is a great way to go if you have a BIG book. It made a huge difference the last time I did a vacation book.
I made a big 8X11, 111-page book with the deluxe lay flat pages from Shutterfly, and it is magnificent! They usually do the free page promo roughly once every 6 weeks or so. You can stack that promo with the free shipping plus the 50% off. My $250 book cost me $40.