Immortalize Your Incredible Valentine’s Day With This Shutterfly Freebie

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Take a million adorable selfies with your Valentine? Don’t let them linger on your camera — print ‘em out!

Whether you want to make a do-it-yourself scrapbook of all your smoochy moments or have the pros bind a photo book for you, now’s your chance to immortalize those lovey-dovey moments for free (or close to it).

Shutterfly is celebrating Valentine’s Day with a “Be Ours” sale through Wednesday, Feb. 15.

Use promo code 15OFF to receive $15 off an order of at least $15 at checkout.

Shutterfly will apply the freebie before any percentage-off promos you use alongside it; you still must pay shipping and any taxes.

Photo books start at $15.99, and prints start at 15 cents each. You can even order prints for pickup at Walgreens, CVS or Target if you need a rush order for a belated Valentine’s Day gift!

Don’t Forget This Extra Shutterfly Freebie

If you don’t already have a Shutterfly login, it’s time to just do it: You’ll earn 50 free 4-by-6-inch prints, a free magnet and a free set of address labels. Your offer for 50 free prints lasts for 30 days from the date you sign up, so you can take time to curate the perfect collection of photos from your camera or phone.

One more reason to love Shutterfly (which I swear doesn’t sponsor this website, but… call me, Shutterfly): The company catalogs all its promotions and discounts on one easy-to-navigate page.

And don’t forget — shop through Ebates and get 2% cash back.

Your Turn: Do you still buy photo prints, or are you a digital collector?

Disclosure: Here’s a toast to the affiliate links in this post. May we all be just a little richer today.

Lisa Rowan is a writer and producer at The Penny Hoarder.

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Some of the links in this post are from our sponsors. We’re letting you know because it’s what Honest Abe would do. After all, he is on our favorite coin.