Pixum Photo Print service provides 25 free prints and you can conveniently upload your photos by creating your personal account. Once you created an account with Pixum you can directly upload the collection of photos and organise them to make a quick order for photo prints. Free prints can be availed by a click of a button using inbuilt interface created by Pixum. It will direct you to select different personalised gift ideas and enables you to create and customise your photo book, posters, collage, wall hanging and printing your favourite photo on canvas and glass.

Free prints can be selected in two different sizes like 3.5″ & 4″ and the processing fee along with the shipping are absolutely free. Many seasonal photo prints offers are been launched by pixum and you would get exclusive credits and bonus saving on all your purchase. This season pixum provides 100 photo prints for just £3.99 that also includes all other charges.

In order to avail this low cost 100 prints you need to enter the voucher codes 23ea2-cbc45-a5da8 along with other information in your shopping cart while checking out. This voucher code can be used as many times as you like and it is limited period offer. Along with free photo print and storage space for free photo uploads, pixum also provide specially designed ePrint software for bulk photo uploads and for making easy online orders.

This software enables you to upload photo directly from the hard drive, so this leads to organise the photos off line by taking your own time. This software has various advantage such as automatic software updates, fast & automatic uploads, faster processing, volume discounts could be automatically applied, save preview, save automatic and most popular fun products are also available.

If you are an existing customer then by referring Pixum to your friends you can avail additional 20 free prints. Your friend will receive voucher codes for 12″ photos print size along with existing 25 free prints of 3.5″ or 4″ print size. You can make an order for various types of photo book based on colour, size and format.

Source by Victor Thomas