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    $39 for a 16X20 gallery wrap normaly $125

    Ladies and Gents....if you don't get groupons or follow them I highly recommend it. Today's deal is a 16X20" gallery wrap for $39 which is a steal...as of right now the offer is up for another 5 hours or so, so get em while you can! The coupon expires sometime in November. Here's a link to the steal!

    http://www.groupon.com/deals/cafepre...ecff21d786be03
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    Anyone have experience with CafePress canvas? Thoughts? $39 is a great price, but I'd rather not waste any money, if the quality is sub-par.
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    I only use West Coast Imaging or WHCC so no experience there :-(

    For low cost Epson prints, your local Costco warehouse can;t be beat... 20x30 posters on good quality paper and Ultrachrome inks (100+ year life) is less than $15.00 and you can download the printer's profiles which are properly calibrated so you can print as if you had the printer at home.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gonzalu View Post
    I only use West Coast Imaging or WHCC so no experience there :-(

    For low cost Epson prints, your local Costco warehouse can;t be beat... 20x30 posters on good quality paper and Ultrachrome inks (100+ year life) is less than $15.00 and you can download the printer's profiles which are properly calibrated so you can print as if you had the printer at home.
    Really? They do that at Costco? I have a photo or two that I would like to do in 18x24 and the digital imaging/photo shop near me charges like 35 bucks to do it.
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    I've gotten 20x30's from Walmart for $12. Depending on the store, they may or may not print it on-site.

    I've walked into Walmart with a flash drive, and 10 minutes later, walked out with a perfect 20x30. One of my first prints had a VERY slight, almost indiscernible crease and the technician printed another copy for me right then and there.

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    Thats good to know. I'll have to remember that.
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    ill let you guys know about the wrap...it seems like a pretty decent place from what it looks like...now to find something to actually put into print.
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