Thursday, February 5, 2009


Have you heard of Artscow? They are a newer digital photo print company based in Hong Kong. They have lots of great promotional links. When you sign up with Artscow today, you can immediately earn 1200 free prints credits & 3 8"x8" photo books & other great photo gifts credits! You can order digital scrapbooks from them too, and you will get more free codes upon signing up. All codes are immediately put into your account.

Here is a promo they have going right now: Get a photo made into a puzzle (rectangle or heart shaped) for only $3.99 and free shipping! A great gift. Use code PUZZLE399 at checkout.

Since they are based in Hong Kong it can take over a week to get your order. So don't expect to get your order by Valentine's Day. I have ordered from Artscow regular 4x6 prints, calendars, and now the puzzle. I know others that have ordered the keychains, mugs, and other memorabilia. They all love them. Right now I probably have over 50 promo codes in my account just for signing up!

Sign up with Artscow and try it out. The puzzle is a great deal!


nicole said...

They have a lot of great deals, but be careful. They have listed that once you upload photos to their site, the photos become their property to do with as they choose. It may not seem like a big deal if they use them for promotional things, but beware of what could happen with pictures of kids... I think that's the paranoid police officer husband of mine talking, but when it comes to kids, you can never be too safe.

Marne said...

I agree, you never can be too safe! Artscow's privacy policy is not as detailed as others, like Snapfish, Shutterfly, or Kodak Gallery. I have emailed Artscow to get some clarification.

The other 3 digital sites I just mentioned also share your personal information with affiliates, co-branded partner pages, subsidiaries, parent corporations and joint ventures, and business transfers. They do specify however that they will not share your photos without consent, but all 3 still make a disclaimer that it is not completely preventable.

Bottom line is that whenever a photo is put online: on a blog, facebook, digital print site, whatever...means that we have put that photo out there. Once a photo is put online it is out there. Doesn't mean we can't be safe, though, because I understand your concern.

When I hear back from Artscow I will post.

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