Amazon Prints

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I have written about Amazon Prime Photos back in December, and now I am even more amazed with what they have to offer! Now Amazon has launched a photo printing service that allows all customers to print their memories. Prime members can upload images to their Prime Photos account, print the product of their choice, and receive free delivery. If you’re not a Prime member, you’ll receive 5 GB of storage free on Prime Photos and be able to print your favorite photos.  Prints start as low as $0.09.

We are Prime members, so we do enjoy a lot of perks including our favorite free delivery with Prime. I am so glad that Amazon Prints are also covered by this benefit, and we don’t need to worry about shipping fees. It is just so convenient to arrange all of the Photo Printing from home, and then simply receive it in a few days.

I absolutely love the pricing structure starting at $0.09. We are usually not able to order Large Prints or Photo Canvases due to cost issues, and no matter how beautiful those prints usually look, they are always prohibitively expensive, except in this case. With this service, there are essentially huge savings, and also no additional costs related to this deal.

I love that as Prime members we receive an added benefit of free unlimited photo storage with Prime Photos. Even non-Prime customers get access to 5 GB of free storage. Photo Printing couldn’t be easier now.

Amazon is providing prizes for the giveaway – $1000 of Amazon Gift Cards to be Won! Be sure to enter below, and good luck!

Let us know in your comments if you have ever used Amazon Prints, and Amazon Prime Photos. Do you have Prime? What is your most favorite benefit from having Prime if you have it? IF you don’t, what would you like to have the most out of Prime benefits?

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