Whew! It has been one week since we’ve been back from Walt Disney World and re-entry is so, so hard. As I get back into the swing of things, it has helped to scroll through the many photos we took during our family trip. With literally hundreds of photos captured on our smartphones and digital camera, I can spend countless hours reliving the memories. Fortunately, it doesn’t have to take that long to order prints through the CVS app.
Ordering Photo Prints Using the CVS App
In the CVS app, there’s a section called Photo Center. From there, you can select photos right from your phone or Facebook account to be printed at the store. Deciding which photos I wanted, how many, and in which sizes took the most amount of time but the actual process of putting in my order only took a few minutes.
Just select the photos, set the desired store location, put in your name and email, and check out. When you click the “checkout” button, the order is finalized at that point. There is no additional page to review your order first. I found this out when I clicked the button and the “your order has been received” message popped up. You will get an email or phone call when the order is complete and ready to be picked up. Same day printing is available but my order took about two business days.
Digital Photo Prints = Instant Gratification
Picking up the order was just as simple. I went into the store, told them my name, and my prints were right there waiting for me. I paid for it and that was it. Easy peasy. I was surprised at how seamless it was from the time I first selected photos to when I had physical prints in-hand.
Instead of putting in your order ahead of time, you can also go in-store and print your photos instantly using the Kodak kiosks. Send photos to the kiosk via Wi-Fi and print whatever size photos you need. This would be perfect for a quick gift or to share with friends and family that might be heading out of town soon.
4×6 photo prints are usually $0.29 each but I was able to score a discount for only 13 cents each. Make sure you check the CVS Photo site for any current specials that might be running. Paper thickness seemed thin and photo quality was average. It has been ages since I’ve gotten prints so maybe that’s just how they look now. All in all, I was happy with how easy it was to order prints right from my phone with the CVS app and how picking it up in-store was painless. The friendly store staff made the experience even better.
Disclosure: I’m proud to partner with CVS Pharmacy for the CVS Pharmacy App Activation. I am being sponsored by CVS Pharmacy for my posts and activities, but all opinions expressed are my own, and all product claims or program details shared should be verified at CVS.com or with the appropriate manufacturers.