Print photos the easy way with Amazon Prints. $1000 of Amazon Gift Cards to be won!

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Summer Break is here! With all of the fantastic Summer memories that we’re going to have, now is the perfect time to remember that Amazon has launched Amazon Prints. It’s a photo service that allows all customers to print their memories. If you’re a Prime member, you can just upload your photos to your Prime Photos account with free unlimited photo storage. Then you simply choose the product you want and have it shipped for free. These products include, but are not limited to, photo books, photo canvases, calendars, and wall décor.  If you’re not a Prime member, you’re in luck, too! You get 5 free GB of storage with Prime Photos. You can store and print all of your favorites all Summer long! And the prints start as low as $.09 each.

It’s a pretty great deal.

From football to soccer to camps and a possible trip or two out of town, our family has a lot on our plate. I know we’re going to make some great memories along the way. I’m glad Amazon Photos is here to help me share the great photos we’re sure to capture this Summer.

Enter the Giveaway!

Now’s your chance to win an Amazon gift card! Head on over to Amazon Prints and check out all of the amazing things you can do with their photo printing service. Then share in the comments below what kind of photos you would like to have printed with Amazon Prints. In another comment, share your favorite Amazon Prints feature.  Then simply follow the instructions in the Rafflecopter widget below.

Good luck!

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Amazon Prime Photos has new features! Plus, you can win a $500 gift card provided by Amazon.com

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My wife and I have boxes and boxes an boxes of photos stored throughout our house. We’ve been together for over twenty years and have accumulated countless memories archived in those pictures. A few weeks ago, I found myself tearing through some of those boxes, looking for a specific picture. I was relentless. I would not stop until I found that picture. It would have been so much easier if all of my photos were kept in one place. Fortunately, Amazon Prime Photos has the answer. With Prime Photos, you get unlimited photo storage for up to five family members. An they’ve bulked up the experience, too. Here are some new features:

  • Image search
  • People view
  • Places view
  • Order prints, cards, photo books, and calendars directly from your Prime Photos account

Prime Photos to the Rescue!

Prime Photos makes it easy to find and rediscover some great family memories. And it’s free for Prime members!  It’s a safe way to store and share your photos. So go ahead and download the app – available for both iPhones and Androids – and free up space on your phone.

Photo albums are obsolete with Amazon Prime Photos

No more digging through old photo albums on a blind search for that one picture you know you have. Prime Photos can help save the day. Finding the photo you think you might remember can be a mere image search away. That, friends, can save you from a lot of stressful searching. And cleanup. Believe me. I know from experience. I may or may not have made a big mess looking for that one specific photo.

It’s worth your while to check out the new Prime Photo features.

YOU could win a $500 Amazon gift card!

To help celebrate the new features Prime Photos has to offer, I’m participating in a special giveaway. Simply enter below. First prize is a $500 Amazon gift card. Second prize is one of five $100 Amazon gift cards.

Hurry! The contest ends December 31, 2016.

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Thanks to Amazon for sponsoring this post and providing prizes for the giveaway!
Amazon, Fire and the Amazon Fire TV logo are trademarks of Amazon.com, Inc. or its affiliates.