Just scanning around http://www.savings.com again for any missed discounts before I take the plunge into stocking the supply closet. While the user-submitted coupon codes for Bed Bath & Beyond don’t surprise me, discounts at Getty Images turned my head. Getty licenses many historical and editorial images, including some iconic photos you’ve invariably seen in vintage issues of Life magazine.
While there are many places to buy images on posters, on their site you can purchase the rights to iconic photos to use in your print magazine, commercial advertising pitch or book. Imagine making an advertisement with Cary Grant wearing the same style of 1930s or 1940s tuxedo you have for sale in your shop. Each photo carries a variety of prices depending on whether its used for an editorial article or a company’s advertisement. Then add in circulation or media type.
The coupon codes on Savings.com appear to not be too terribly old. There are discounts for first time customers, 20% off sport imagery, percentages off music footage and more. Click on the “Add Coupon” button after the description for each offer and the discount should appear in the shopping cart at Getty with a qualifying purchase. Be sure to assign feedback and give a deal a thumbs up or down if it worked, or did not.
If you are not in the market for media, surely you can hunt down a discount for school supplies, jewelry or clothing that will earn you your own iconic moment…like that famous sailor or nurse.Uncategorized | Comment (0)