Pay R147.50 instead of R295 for 100 high quality jumbo gloss prints from Kodak Express Frequentfoto online store (save 50%)
- Save 50% on 100 high quality jumbo gloss prints online
- Free delivery anywhere in South Africa
- Order all your prints from home
- Unlimited Purchases
- Online order software must be downloaded here first
- Groupon redeemable for up to 12 months
- Groupon only valid and issued once deal closes at midnight
- Redemption only on electronic presentation of Groupon
Just like UFO’s, memories are sometimes extremely skilled at slipping through the cracks if they’re not pinned down tightly. Keep your precious memories secure in hardcopy with today’s deal: 100 high quality jumbo gloss prints for R147.50 from the Kodak online store.
With a Goupon in your pocket and a camera in your hand, the Kodak online store will give you 100 reasons to get trigger-happy. You’ll also have an even better reason to carry your camera with you to family functions to snap up uncle Frikkie doing his ceremonious hip-hop dance routine, or to the local karaoke bar to catch the tonsils of that friend who always belts out the songs without an ounce of a tune. What you choose to remember (or forget) is completely up to you and your high quality jumbo gloss prints.
With memories snapped up in every shape and form, Kodak will make sure that safeguarding them will be easier than finding that lost alien from the former UFO. Starting with a simple online trip to www.frequentfoto.co.za, the online order software can be downloaded and installed on your computer. Once installed, all your photos can be ordered online and will be delivered at flying saucer speed anywhere in South Africa, at no extra cost. As if this is not enough, all this can be done while prancing about in your underwear, jamming to that mash-up of Bob Marley and Britney Spears (because no one really wants to witness that sight).
Keeping your prized memories in tip top form has never been this convenient.
Photo Fact: It has been recorded that the most common photos are of motorbikes under bridges. Researchers claim that this is because motorbike workshops are usually situated right next door to bridges.