Hotprints.com is a website that I came across several months ago while searching for a lower cost option for my photobooks. I wanted to get a photobook made of our Disney World trip in March and couldn’t find a special on Shutterfly at the time.
When I found their site, Hot Prints was offering one free photobook per month and all you had to pay was the minimal $2.99 shipping cost. I wasn’t sure about the quality, but I ordered one and figured for $2.99 it wouldn’t be a big deal if it didn’t work out.
When the photobook arrived, I was pleasantly surprised. There is a little booklet of ads that is about 4 pages long within the photobook, but that can easy be removed and then it is just like any other product you would purchase. The photos are good quality and you can choose different photobook designs, picture layouts and even borders.
My only concern with Hot Prints’ photobooks is that they are paperback, which means that the covers are easily bent. I plan to laminate my cover, which will help it hold up throughout the years.
Hot Prints now offers users four free photobooks per month and all you have to pay is the $2.99 shipping and handling fee per book. This is a great option if you need an alternative to some of the more costly photo product companies out there. Check them out at HotPrints.com, to order yours today.
The photos in this post are my own and are provided strictly to give you an idea of the quality of the product. If you have any questions or comments about Hot Prints, feel free to leave them below.