Hey folks! As you’ve probably been seeing if you’ve been going to my photo gift deals page lately, the coupon codes and promos are flowing in on a daily basis just in time for holiday shopping. If you love a bargain, I’m sure you’re waiting with baited breath for all the Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals that are right around the corner, but I’ve already got an early Black Friday exclusive Blurb promo code for Photo Book Girl readers. What’s great is that it’s an international deal too!
Photo Book Girl Tip: Blurb’s photo books are priced by page range. 20 pages is the base page count, then it goes in 20 page increments from 21 to 40 pages; 41 to 60; 61 to 80; 81 to 100. You’ll pay the same for 81 pages as you will 100 pages, so keep that in mind when making your book so you don’t miss out on the bonus pages!
Here’s the deal!
- Max discount of $200 USD, AUD, CAD and 120 Euros;
11/21/2012 11/26/201212/3/2012 (extended!) at 11:59 your local time;
- May be used once on books created by you;
- Cannot be used in conjunction with other offers or retroactively on previous orders;
- Click on the link above for more details.
*For our fans in the UK, you can also get the deal, but you have to change your currency. Sign in or create a new account. Then go to: My Account > Account Info > Edit Currency
As you know I’m always tracking deals and trying to find the best bargains. Blurb rarely provides discounts above 15%. Blurb has some of the most affordable pricing for photo books out there. So when folks ask about affordable but good quality photo books, Blurb usually comes up as one of the top choices. Additional pages at Blurb average only $.15 to $.20 per page. Most photo book companies charge about $1.00 per page above the base 20 pages.
If you’re looking for more info on Blurb photo books, check out my Blurb reviews. Be sure to scroll down to the bottom of the page where you’ll see links to specific blog posts and reviews of specific Blurb products.
Happy Photobooking and enjoy the early discount!
Disclosure: I am an affiliate of Blurb. If you click on a link to Blurb’s site and make a purchase, I receive a referral fee from the company. Regardless, my opinions are my own and an honest review (good or bad) will be given regardless of affiliation.
Do they ever do them closer to the beginning of the year like this? I have a yearbook I am working on in Blurb, but it won’t be ready to print until at least January 1.
I can’t say for sure Jess, but I think there will be at least a 15% to 20% – I can’t promise though! Keep your eyes open for a post on my 365 project though (similar to your yearbook project) – that will be coming up in December! 🙂
I’ve been an avid photobooker for 5 years now, and I’m looking to by myself a tablet for Christmas. I thought you might be the one to ask if tablets (or specific tablets) support photobooking. Thanks for your time, and all the fabulous info you provide.
I’m not entirely sure. I believe there are some new apps out there, but by tablet do you mean iPad or a PC tablet? If the tablet is a PC that acts like a PC, then it should be not different than a regular computer, but if it’s a program requires Flash, then it won’t work with an iPad. It’s a new thing either way, so you may not have all the features you’re used to on a regular computer. I’m glad you like my blog! Thanks!
Kathy McCullough says
I just received my first Blurb photo book. The quality is great, although I thought it was a bit pricey. When I make my next one, I plan to follow your advice…a longer book in the price range.I shorted myself on pages…26 when I could have had 40 for the same price??! 🙁 I linked you on my blog https://kathymccullough.wordpress.com and liked you on Facebook and liked Blurb on Blurb and was already subscribed to your newsletter! I would make a longer travel book, large coffee table size, with more of my escapades and pictures from 27 years as a pilot for Northwest Airlines.