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Feb 18, 2018

Photo Printing

Hi! I'm looking for recommendations for websites that allow you order photo prints online and that charge around 10 cent a print. What do you all use to bulk order photos? Thank you.

Saitama

Saitama

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  • genkidesu

    on Feb 18

    I was just looking online after your comment (because I was curious!) There seems to be a Rakuten service (12 yen a print). https://shashinkan.rakuten.co.jp/en/print/ this one is helpful for me because the site is in English. However, others online mentioned the following: http://fujifilm.jp/personal/print/ http://www.kitamura-print.com/ They are in Japanese though, and I can't find where to work out how much each print is. I think I'm going to try out the Rakuten one since it's in English, I've been working on building the kids some albums and cheaper is always nicer when it's lots of pics! But, if you can read the Japanese on those other sites, let me know - I'm sure my husband could help me order if I worked out they were better value!

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  • Heath320

    on Feb 19

    I haven’t tried it but Rakuten photo print seems to be the cheapest at 12¥. I have used Kitamura printing in store and it is great quality but it is 29¥ per print.

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  • edthethe

    on Mar 11

    https://primii.jp/lp/official2?utm_campaign=listing&utm_medium=cpc&utm_source=official2&gclid=CjwKCAiAxJPVBRB4EiwAsCA4aUQcON5yt_6qbzAeBhX3Gctwu24AHPe8zuAqPvkT_wschZCUYKNwRRoCDxkQAvD_BwE It's in Japanese, and there is a 300 yen monthly fee, however if you print for more than 20 photos, it'll be cheaper even with the monthly fee. It's called primii . Only worth it if you print often and a lot though

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  • Jackson

    on May 1

    If you live close to a Costco, they do printing as well and you can order them online so you can pick up your photos there and bring a pizza home too ;)

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