A New Walgreens Development: Free Photos on April 9th!

By Linsey Knerl on 7 April 2008 (Updated 18 August 2011) 2 comments
Photo: Randy

My junk drawer is full of almost-expired disposable cameras. Dropping one off at the local Walgreens is not only a great way to avoid waste, but it won’t cost me a dime! Here’s the scoop on the next great freebie from Walgreens!

Maybe you just got your free ink refill from Walgreens last promotion. Not surprisingly, they’ve found another super way to get you back into the store. Free photo development is a weakness of mine, and if you’re game, you might want to pop in and take advantage, too!

My junk drawer is full of almost-expired disposable cameras. Dropping one off at the local Walgreens is not only a great way to avoid waste, but it won’t cost me a dime! Here’s the scoop on the next great freebie from Walgreens!

Maybe you just got your free ink refill from Walgreens last promotion. Not surprisingly, they’ve found another super way to get you back into the store. Free photo development is a weakness of mine, and if you’re game, you might want to pop in and take advantage, too!

Here’s the link to the printable coupon. Take it in to any participating Walgreens store this Wednesday, April 9th along with your roll of film or disposable camera, and there is no charge for one set of 4X6 prints and negatives. I’ll admit that I’ve almost completely gone online developing through a service that both stores and prints my photos. However, this is great for getting through the pile of disposables that I am just too lazy to mail in. The promotion will develop 35mm, APS-film or the disposables with any number of exposures! (Time to take in that roll of 48!)

The one-hour photo service may be slow on this day, due to high volumes of processing. I would plan on dropping off your film and expecting to get it later in the day. Also, it might be a great time to take advantage of some additional deals that Walgreens is offering, including:

  • 200-speed 35 mm film (24 exp) for 99 cents with coupon
  • Size D and C batteries (4-pack) for 99 cents with coupon
  • Scotch Tape (3-pack) for 99 cents with coupon
  • Wal-itin 24-Hour Allergy Relief (30 ct.) FREE after Rebate!

You might also want to look at other FREE After Rebate products from this month’s Easy Saver Rebate Catalog, including: Aquafresh Extreme Whitening Toothpaste, Colgate 3600 Clean Manual Toothbrush, SoyJoy bar, Just For Men Haircolor, Tums Quickpack, and jane Be Pure Mineral Blush. (Offer expires April 26, 2008)

For more great tips on saving at Walgreens, see Nora’s article on how to shop for free

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Dave W

For years I've tried to shop the local Walgreen's store (which has since left its location in our city). While there's one about 5-10 miles down the road, I grew to the point where I had given up on them. Their sale items were almost never in stock and I concluded that they were printing up nice circulars just to get you into the store.

They frustrated me to the point where I just don't shop there anymore.

Hope this works out for folks but its still not enough to draw me back to them as a customer (and here's the sad part, even for free items that I would use).

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Jesse

Hmmm I have like 7 old disposable cameras sitting around I may have to give this a shot :)