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They are having a sale on 8x10's - unlimited for $0.99 each. Not too shabby if you ask me.

I'm just wondering if anyone has used them and what the quality is?

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For that price I would certainly try them out. They have some really great sales, like this one and a recent one for 11x14 @ $1.99. Send them a few prints as a trial run, and if they're good sit back and wait for a sale. I would do so myself, but I have nothing left to print around here.

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Their OK but I much prefer Mpix.

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I love the metallic paper that Mpix has. I haven't tried Adoramapix yet, though. Do they have that paper, too?

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i think i am going to try them out because i have about 40 8x10 that i need to print (recent photoshoot and the entire family wants a copy of each one). however, i doubt that i will use them all the time because i am so happy with smugmug (the quality is amazing and the fact that i use their printer profile just makes sense)

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