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Snapfish Adds Pickup Through Walmart, Duane Reade

11/09/2009 02:00:00 AM Eastern

Online photo service Snapfish by HP has partnered with Walmart and New York drug store chain Duane Reade to offer the ability to pick up lab-quality photo prints or photo cards ordered on

The service will enable customers to order prints online and pick them up at a local store within an hour. The program will be offered at 3,350 participating Walmart stores nationwide, Snapfish said.

Beginning Nov. 14, Snapfish customers also will be able to pick up lab-quality photos from 200 Duane Reade locations in the greater New York City area.

Duane Reade customers also are able to order and pickup large poster prints, wall calendars, hardcover photo books and photo cards at select stores.

Snapfish customers are notified of the nearest pickup location in their area after entering their ZIP code at checkout.

“We are committed to offering Snapfish customers the ultimate in choice and convenience when it comes to printing their digital photos and gifts,” said Ben Nelson, Snapfish by HP general manager. “Our relationships with Walmart and Duane Reade extend our reach and leadership in the print-to-store category, making our prints available for pickup in more than 10,000 retail locations nationwide.”

The collaboration with Duane Reade expands upon an earlier Hewlett-Packard Retail Publishing Solutions partnership between the chain and HP announced earlier in the year.

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