Snapfish to stop developing film

Still using traditional film to capture your favorite moments? One company offering low-cost development of 35mm film plans to shut down this service.

Snapfish will stop developing rolls of film and “disposable,” single-use cameras on May 1. The company recommends customers submit their remaining undeveloped film by April 15. Customers with prepaid film development credits remaining in their account after May 15 will receive refunds to their credit cards.

If you’re looking for a place to get prints of digital photos, Snapfish is a great option to consider. If you haven’t already, check out the details of my photo comparison test between prints from Snapfish, Shutterfly, Mpix and AdoramaPix.

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One response to “Snapfish to stop developing film

  1. myname?really?

    Thank you. I just visited Snapfish and found out (to my shock) that they no longer process film, so I started searching to find out when they stopped. I heard it from you first.

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