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post #1 of 16
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HURRY! Limited Time Offers!
http://www.searsportrait.com/cpi/en-...InetOffers.htm

• FREE 8x10 or 10x13
with portrait purchase, up to a $19.99 value.

• $1.99 Portrait Sheets
with purchase of 8 at regular price (reg. $7.99)

• Portrait CD as low as $19.99
(reg. $149.99, original session images)
with purchase of $149.99 or more
Take all your portraits home today!


No session fee for Smile Saver® members ($14.99 for non-members). Additional fee for enhancements and specialty portraits. $1.99 sheets not valid with Portrait Package. Free portrait in same pose when combined with Portrait Package. Valid only on current session. Excludes online orders and reorders. Void if copied or where prohibited by law. Cash value 1/20¢. Offer expires October 1, 2006. Present this offer at time of session.
post #2 of 16
I wouldn't say I am excited, but it's a pretty good deal for me since I have 3! The studio here raised their sheets to $19.99 so a $1.99 with the purchase of 8 # $7.99 can't be beat
post #3 of 16
thanks
post #4 of 16
I always go to JC Penney. I'm a member so I don't pay their sitting fee. They always have coupons for free 8x10 and 3.99 a sheet or free 8x10 and package for 7.99. I always do the by the sheet. they also have the smiles by wire where they email you the picks and you can download for 4.99. I like them alot better than Sears!
post #5 of 16
Sears prices have gotten way to expensive for me. Even $1.99 Portrait sheets after you buy 8 at reg. price of $7.99 ($63.92 for 8 sheets) is to expensive for me. I would rather be able to by clothes and food then pictures. I loved it when they had the $3.99 sheets with no stipulations of some many at regular price or just a package deal. I realize that they need to make a profit but times are gettig tough and if they want to keep there customers I'm hoping the go back to the way it was.
post #6 of 16
I just went to sears last week and used a coupon similar to this but it was 2.99 a sheet, after purchasing 6 at 7.99, no session fee and a free 8x10 or 10x13. I got 22 sheets for 99.50! I think that's a pretty good deal. It comes out to 4.50 a sheet. I love the sears by my house. THey always do a good job so I'm willing to pay the cost.
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Originally Posted by momof4girls View Post

Sears prices have gotten way to expensive for me. Even $1.99 Portrait sheets after you buy 8 at reg. price of $7.99 ($63.92 for 8 sheets) is to expensive for me. I would rather be able to by clothes and food then pictures. I loved it when they had the $3.99 sheets with no stipulations of some many at regular price or just a package deal. I realize that they need to make a profit but times are gettig tough and if they want to keep there customers I'm hoping the go back to the way it was.


I asked the portrait studio about the not so good coupons and they said that the portrait studio corporate had new leadership and they were being very stingy with the coupons. My Sears will take honor JC Penny coupons, so, for now, we will stick with them as long as we get good deals.
post #8 of 16
I also have the sears coupons but favor the JCPennys coupon. The coupon I have for Pennys is no sitting fee, $3.99 a sheet, and a free 8x10. This was an awesome deal. I did have extra pictures taken with my step daughter and baby and was charged 9.99 for the extra person though. Found out later the associate should of offered to apply that towards joining the portrait club and will be sure that they do next time.
post #9 of 16
Sears will honor one J C Penny's coupon every 6 months here! It tells all about it on their website! I have had bad experiences at Wal-Mart and J C, so we are Sears fans! People Pictures are just to expensive! There is a Portrait Innovations around here, and they have some great deals! We'll be trying them when the kids get a little older. We know all the photographers @ Sears, so it is easier!
post #10 of 16
Can someone find where on Sears website it says they will honor competitor coupons? I've looked and looked at the regular and portait sites and can't find it.

We've tried Wal-mart and JC Penneys and weren't happy with either. Sears by far has taken the best pictures for us. Plus with their smile savers card we took my whole family and as long as me, my husband or son was in a couple of the pictures they didn't charge anybody a sitting fee. My parents didn't want to buy a card, but wanted pictures taken of them...

Also, if you need to buy a lot of sheets (like I do), go with the portrait CD. It gives you rights to reprint the pictures anywhere - even Walmart where an 5x7 is $0.58. We had to spend $50 on prints and then buy the CD for $19.99, but overall we saved a TON of money. I believe the $19.99 CD is only until 10/15 though.

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