Walgreens: ๐Ÿ–ผ๏ธ 2 Free 5×7 Photo Prints!

Today through July 19, we get two free custom 5×7 photo prints at Walgreens! Use code 5BY7PIC at checkout and select in-store pickup to avoid all shipping charges. As with many Walgreens photo promos, you'll want to redeem this on a computer since their mobile app sometimes rejects the code.

I wish that trick worked on eBay. Sure, some people might freak out when I knock on their front door to pick up my newly purchased Dora the Explorer backpack, but what can I say? I love road trips.

Here's a direct link to the photo prints page, where you can begin designing your photo print. When uploading your photos, make sure to upload in full resolution so your freebies looks crystal clear instead of grainy.

Use Gorgeous Free Stock Images!

Did you know there are over thirty free stock image sites? You can use an aggregate search site like Free Image Site and download a royalty-free image to print and use as artwork.

These sites have all sorts of royalty-free images in hundreds of categories. Maybe you like architecture or dogs or scenic mountains – there are free images of all these and way more!



Sorry, but this freebie has expired.

However here are five recent freebies still available!

12 comments on “Walgreens: ๐Ÿ–ผ๏ธ 2 Free 5×7 Photo Prints!”

  1. Picking up my card this afternoon. I found a stock photo (thru the link you provided). Uploaded the photo to Walgreens.com and will have the perfect card to send to my sister. Thank you, Goob for the links and this website. Have a great day! ๐Ÿ™‚

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    • That’s awesome, thank you for sharing and being a great sister!

      I made that free stock image site too! I’ve been wondering if people made any cards from those photos – now I know at least one person did ๐Ÿ™‚

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  2. It looks like the options for normal 5×7 only come in sets of 20 or more while the other 5×7 options are folded and when I attempted the code it didn’t work. Anyone know what specific type/name of product works with this coupon code?

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    • They should work for 6 copies of the 5×7 photocards.

      I mistakenly didn’t include that info in the post, thanks for pointing it out!

      Reply

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