WalMart Canada Photo Lab: Buy One Get One Free 8×10 Prints

lighthouse_printsWalmart is currently offering a Buy One Get One Free deal on 8×10 photo prints.  All you have to do to get this great freebie is enter coupon code 8x10BOGO at checkout and, as always, you can pick up your prints in store and eliminate any shipping fees.   I’m pretty sure this will only apply to one freebie per order but if you have more prints you want done I would reccomend trying different orders (no shipping remember).  It’s a great time to get some prints for the grandparents for Christmas or to get some of your great Halloween shots printed.

This offer is valid from now until November 15th.

Click here to go to the WalMart photolab and upload some photos today.

Thanks to divaonadime for this great post.

12 responses to “WalMart Canada Photo Lab: Buy One Get One Free 8×10 Prints”

  1. Alex says:

    (This Satirical piece from The Spoof)

    U.N. recognizes WalMart

    “Those wishing citizenship in this new nation must already be Sam’s Club members, and take an oath that they are not now, nor have ever been, affiliated in any way with any union whatsoever”

  2. applesauce says:

    i’ve had friends comment that Walmart prints aren’t quite up to par compared to most of the other photo places

  3. Shadyman says:

    There was a site somewhere that provided ICC Color Profiles for various print centers at least in Ottawa, so if you’re inclined to use ICC profiles for proofing, check out (Disclaimer: I’m NOT affiliated with drycreekphoto.)

    Personally, I get photos printed at Costco. I’ve never been disappointed with their service.

  4. Isabelle says:

    Oh, this is good, especially since I had planned to print three 8×10 pictures, so now I’ll get one free.

  5. Alex says:

    When you get sick, do you take the day off? You should, especially if you have the flu or other viruses that are easily spreadable. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention agree, but Walmart, through its corporate policies, are not heeding that advice. In fact, a new mini report from the National Labor Committee shows that Walmart employees regularly come to work sick because they can’t afford the loss in wages or because they are afraid of being fired for taking ‘too many’ sick days.

    here are a few key pieces:

    But it is Wal-Marts policies on sick leave that are the problem. Wal-Mart has a punitive point (demerit) system that punishes workers who cannot come to work because they are ill or their children need care. Associates who miss a day due to sickness (or for any other reason) will receive a one point demerit, along with the loss of eight hours wages. Moreover, employees who “have more than three absence occurrences in a rolling six-month period…will be disciplined.” (“Attendance/Punctuality Policy (PD-52) New York,” January 2008.) Workers with four absences in any six-month period—no matter what the reason—will be disciplined. A fifth occurrence—like a sick day—will result in “active coaching” by management, and a sixth occurrence” will activate a “Decision Day,” when an “associate” can either be terminated or put on a year-long trial period, during which a worker can be fired for any infraction, no matter how insignificant. During this year-long probation the worker cannot receive a promotion.

    Wal-Mart must immediately end its punitive point system, which gives workers demerits that can lead to firing for taking a sick day, while also docking their wages. More than any other Wal-Mart policy, it is the point system and loss of wages which routinely drives employees to work no matter how sick they are, including if they are suffering flu-like symptoms…

    …The vast majority of current Wal-Mart employees are too terrified to speak openly and on the record, or even to name their stores for fear of retaliation. “Everyone knows you have to be quiet,” as one associate put it, “We cannot talk. Everyone is afraid and will never say anything critical” of Wal-Mart. A senior Wal-Mart employee agreed: “Fear and need will keep things as they are.”

  6. Mr Willabie says:

    “Not a valid Coupon Code!” is all I kept getting after cut/paste 8×10BOGO.
    That, combined with Alex’s reminder was reason enough for me to cancel my “Entire” order.

  7. Sophia says:

    Used the code “8x10BOGO” as stated. Worked fine for me.

  8. Robert says:

    8×10BOGO is not working for me … entering as a “Promo code” – have not seen any other field to enter it in. Tried with one 8×10 in cart, as well as 2. Still get “8×10BOGO is not a valid promo code”

  9. Robert says:

    HA! Got it. The “x” in 8×10 must be CAPITAL x

    8X10BOGO works but 8×10BOGO does not

  10. Laura says:

    It’s Nov 14th and promo code doesn’t work 8X10BOGO

  11. Robert says:

    There was a problem printing one of my orders, and they were unable to resolve. So I used another email account and the code 8X10BOGO just worked. On the 15th at 1 PM.

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