Back by Popular Demand; the Really BIG Print Sale

August 18, 2013  •  11 Comments

The first Zenfolio exclusive world-wide sale caused such a stir, that we have to bring it back. Starting today save 50% on print sizes 5x7, 8x10, 11x14 & 16x20 from Mpix, One Vision Imaging, NuShots and Nulab.

For current Zenfolio subscribers there’s no coupon code necessary to get the discount as long as you order directly from your Zenfolio account.

Not a Zenfolio user yet?  Taking advantage of the sale is free and easy (no software download required).

  1. Sign up for the free no-obligation trial
  2. Upload your photos
  3. Select your print sizes and place your order

Order today through August 21 at 11:59 pm PDT and get unbelievable prices from the best vendors in the industry.

Mpix sizes and prices for orders placed in the US:

Mpix sizes and prices for orders placed in Canada:

One Vision Imaging sizes and prices for order placed in the UK:

One Vision Imaging sizes and prices for orders placed in the EU:

NuShots sizes and prices for order placed in Australia and New Zealand

Nulab sizes and prices for order placed in Australia and New Zealand

Get the more details by reading our Sales FAQ page


Comments

12.ZenBlog
Absolutely Impressive, you should be seeing the sale price reflected in your shopping cart when logged into your Zenfolio account. Please reach out to support@zenfolio.com so that they can help you further.
11.Absolutely Impressive LLC
For current subscribers why don't we see the discount when we are ordering through our account?
9.ZenBlog
Sportshots, Mpix offers Fuji Pearl paper in the US which is very similar to Kodak's metallic paper. Regarding your question about B&W paper, I recommend you ask the support team for more assistance, they will be able to clarify what paper types and finishes are available. They can be reached at support@zenfolio.com.
8.Sportshots
Why aren't the B&W prints available on fibre paper with selenium or gold toning for longevity?
7.Sportshots
Why NO metallic prints available in the US?
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