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Created 05-22-2018 at 10:28 AM by gramacc
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Thanks for sharing. Is Sam's membership required ?
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Thanks for sharing. Is Sam's membership required ?
I believe so. When I clicked the link to create a photo account, it showed Member Login.
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Does "new" mean one new account per membership? Or each person under same membership can create a new account?
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50 prints for free! That's cool.
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Let me get this straight...

I order 50 prints, which are free. Price says $0.00.

I choose to pick up in store.

The website still makes me choose to pay in store or online. I choose in store.

Website forces me to enter credit card information to complete the order. RIDICULOUS.

"Please note: All orders that contain free print offers must be paid for online with a credit card."

Pay for WHAT? There's nothing to pay for. I think this is a scam to add your CC to another system, and possibly charge for something you haven't ordered. I haven't encountered a true freebie that requires a CC in years.
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Let me get this straight...

I order 50 prints, which are free. Price says $0.00.

I choose to pick up in store.

The website still makes me choose to pay in store or online. I choose in store.

Website forces me to enter credit card information to complete the order. RIDICULOUS.

"Please note: All orders that contain free print offers must be paid for online with a credit card."

Pay for WHAT? There's nothing to pay for. I think this is a scam to add your CC to another system, and possibly charge for something you haven't ordered. I haven't encountered a true freebie that requires a CC in years.
I disagree to it . Have seen in most of the sites asking for cc even if it's $0 . Not to scam u it's just a website design
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it's an awful website. You shouldn't have to enter a credit card if its free. If you don't enter a credit card then you have to pay for the pictures
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I disagree to it . Have seen in most of the sites asking for cc even if it's $0 . Not to scam u it's just a website design
You can see I've been an SDer for 10 years. Actually, 12. I lost my first account. I used to be a freebie nut. It is NOT NORMAL to force people to enter a CC# for a $0 charge. Yes, it used to happen even on reputable sites 10 years ago. Yes, this is Sam's Club, so you're ultimately going to be able to dispute unfair charges. What they want is your CC in their system so that you will click and order in the future without thinking. And they probably want to trick you into buying some service for $7.99 per month... maybe not now, but in the future.

I won't enter my CC# for a charge of $0. It's that simple. The voucher is the payment.
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You can see I've been an SDer for 10 years. Actually, 12. I lost my first account. I used to be a freebie nut. It is NOT NORMAL to force people to enter a CC# for a $0 charge. Yes, it used to happen even on reputable sites 10 years ago. Yes, this is Sam's Club, so you're ultimately going to be able to dispute unfair charges. What they want is your CC in their system so that you will click and order in the future without thinking. And they probably want to trick you into buying some service for $7.99 per month... maybe not now, but in the future.

I won't enter my CC# for a charge of $0. It's that simple. The voucher is the payment.
That's why I use virtual credit card and close the virtual credit card after receiving the item. Go that route and enjoy the 50 free prints. I got them and they are good quality
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That's why I use virtual credit card and close the virtual credit card after receiving the item. Go that route and enjoy the 50 free prints. I got them and they are good quality
I did something similar. My prints were not good. At least I got crappy prints for free instead of paying too much for them.
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I did something similar. My prints were not good. At least I got crappy prints for free instead of paying too much for them.
You are a true SDer. You know your way around.
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