online printing service- winkflash-anyone used it?

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online printing service- winkflash-anyone used it?

Henry turned 15 months today and I'm dreading our trek to the grocery store, to stand at the kodak picture maker and print off a month's worth of pictures. I'm toying with the idea of an online printing service.
Anyone used winkflash? (they have 50 free prints, and 8 cents for 4x6)
your likes/dislikes...
Do you use a different website that you love??
Thanks!

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Winkflash was my favorite until I found picture wagon, they have 5 cents a print all the time!

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I use Snapfish regularly and they always have fantastic deals. I am on their email list, so get coupons weekly. I love it! Picture quality is so much better than Walmart in my opinion.

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"momma24/7" wrote:

Winkflash was my favorite until I found picture wagon, they have 5 cents a print all the time!

5 cents?? Are you kidding?? And I've been trying to print less pictures!!

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I used winkflash for a couple of years, and really liked them. love how they print the file name on the backs (so I use Picassa to change the file names to the date/time taken so I have that automatically on the back). and their print quality is really good IMO. but I've been too impatient to wait for Winkflash (even though they only take 2 days to mail) and have been using Costco lately.

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I signed up for a lot of those but I didn't like how I had to scroll through all my pics every time. I just want to check the box and have them upload. It's just worth the time to spend a little bit more money. At least for me. It saves my sanity to use ritzpics.com and they're ready in one hour.

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I've used snapfish and artscow. both have good quality. artscow has a bunch of free stuff right now for new members!

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Wanted to add that picturewagon prints on Kodak royal paper

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I use winkflash! I just ordered a 100 page book (a 10x8) for $32! (it was a special) Since I will probably never catch up on my scrapbooking, I decided to do that for my daughter's first year of life. I just got it yesterday and it came out pretty good (the only thing is for some reason the picture on the front of the book was dark)... but other than that i like it! I'll have to check out the other sites these ladies are talking about....

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I ahve used winkflash, artscow, snapfish, and walmart. I like the first three the best for quality.