Photography is a fantastic means of capturing memories forever, unlike knotography, which is the practice of shooting those unfortunate moments when someone tied their shoelaces too tight. Easily undo your picture collection with today’s Groupon: for £9.50 reprimand nostalgia with a personalised A4 Photobook worth £31.99 from Photobox.
Makers of photographic bling for wallets, walls and mantelpieces, Photobox offers sacred snaps several creative escape routes from their technological captors. From classic canvas prints, to mugs adorned with mugs, to colourfully comfy cushions and sentimental coffee-table material, only the sky and a feeble memory card capacity are the limit to what expressive customers can do with their favourite images. In addition, easy-to-use upload software and the availability of smartphone apps allows for swift transformation, even on the fly.
Groupon holders with an itchy shutter finger can make the switch from digital to physical and transfer their prized snapshots to a personalised A4 photobook. Measuring 11.5”x8.5” (the perfect size for completing a coffee table or bedstand literature stack), the photobook comprises 26 customer-uploaded photographs printed on 170gsm gloss paper pages and hugged by a personalised, gloss finish cover and spine. Spice things up by adding one of the many custom themes and backgrounds and create a unique gift for someone special, even if that person is yourself.
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How it works:
1. Buy your Groupon
2. We email you the voucher after the deal ends
3. Voucher activates on Tuesday 28 June at 2pm
4. Go to http://www.photobox.co.uk/landing/groupon and select A4 personalised photobook
5. In the checkout, enter your voucher code
6. Have your credit/debit card details ready to pay the postage
ExpertReviews have awarded Photobox a very positive four stars out of five, while DooYoo users have been pleased with the quality of the product and have also commented on the ease of use of the website.
we [sic] were impressed with Photobox's rendering of shots with natural colours, which looked vibrant but still pleasingly true-to-life.
– Kat Orphanides, ExpertReviews, Nov 2010
The prints are of a very high quality,using a paper of a good thickness.
– Clareandtribe, DooYoo, Oct 2010