Shutterfly Offers $20 Off a $20 Purchase — and 10 Other Deals

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Shutterfly is currently offering a rare discount of $20 off a purchase of $20 or more.

So if you bought something for $20, you would get it for free and just pay for shipping and tax.

This “Christmas in July” offer is available until 11:59 p.m. PT Tuesday, July 26. Just enter promo code CHRISTMAS20 during the checkout process.

Shutterfly sells photo prints and a variety of items and gifts that you personalize with your own photos.

Other offers that are currently available include:

  1. Free shipping on orders of $39 or more (use code SHIP39)
  2. One free card (use code CARD4U)
  3. Up to 30 percent off photo books
  4. Up to 30 percent off cards and stationery
  5. Up to 30 percent off home decor
  6. Up to 30 percent off wall art
  7. 20 percent off framed prints
  8. 20 percent off playing cards
  9. 20 percent off mouse pads
  10. 20 percent off reusable shopping bags

To maximize your savings when shopping online at retailers like Shutterfly, be sure to go through a cash-back portal like or

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