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Topic # 159847 14-Dec-2014 22:41
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I've been trying to get some mugs recently, about 4, with some stuff printed on it (text only, no images).

Harvey Norman says they are doing mugs for just under $10 each, but when I go to order it still charges $19.XX so they're out of the question.

Does anyone have any recommendations on a fast and reasonable mug printer? Preferably before this weekend (I know I'm stupid for leaving things to the last minute).

I know the changes of getting it done before end of the week are low but worth a try :P

Thanks in advance! 




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  Reply # 1197521 15-Dec-2014 07:50
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http://fotofinish.co.nz/




Currently have 50% off if you use the code FS1214.  Not sure how long they take though

 

 

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  Reply # 1197583 15-Dec-2014 09:35
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throbb: http://fotofinish.co.nz/

Currently have 50% off if you use the code FS1214.  Not sure how long they take though  


I ordered some mugs about a month back from Diamond Photos (http://diamondphoto.co.nz/) - given the 'similarities' of the website to Fotofinish I'm assuming it's the same company; from ordering to arrival was really quick - about 3 days. But given the time of year it may be a bit risky to count on them arriving - why not try contacting them to see?



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  Reply # 1197619 15-Dec-2014 10:48
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throbb: http://fotofinish.co.nz/

Currently have 50% off if you use the code FS1214.  Not sure how long they take though  


I ordered some mugs about a month back from Diamond Photos (http://diamondphoto.co.nz/) - given the 'similarities' of the website to Fotofinish I'm assuming it's the same company; from ordering to arrival was really quick - about 3 days. But given the time of year it may be a bit risky to count on them arriving - why not try contacting them to see?


Thanks both of you.

I'll give them a call today and see what they say but that sounds like the best bet so far from what I've seen online.





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  Reply # 1197657 15-Dec-2014 11:40
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I used fotofinish.co.nz last year for Christmas, one mug and one mouse mat. According to my card statement history, transaction date was Dec 15 and processed Dec 16. I don't remember when it arrived but it was before Dec 25.

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