Costco Online Photo Center Closing January 28th | Transfer Photos & Address Book to Shutterfly
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Costco has paired with Shutterfly and plans to close their Costco Photo Center.
The Costco Online Photo Center is closing for good. 📸
In a recent email to members, Costco Wholesale announced that their online Costco Photo Center will be no more. Instead, Costco Photo Center users will have access to Shutterfly’s entire line of products and services.
If you currently use the Costco Photo Center, you’ll be able to transfer your data to Shutterfly in just a few easy steps. You will also be able to download any of your personal photos stored on CostcoOnlinePhotoCenter.com until January 31, 2024.
When is the transition to Shutterfly happening?
If you’re a Costco member, head over to Shutterfly.com, enter in your Costco membership number, it will ask you for your Shutterfly account information or you can create a new account, and then your pictures will automatically be transferred!
You will also be able to score a 51% off discount and free shipping on orders over $49 for all of your Shutterfly orders!
*Note that Shutterfly.com offers free unlimited storage for active customers that make a purchase every 18 months.
The current Costco Online Photo Center will be officially shut down on January 28, 2023. No services will be available from the Costco Photo Center after that point including any services from CostcoPhotoCenter.com, CostcoDVD.com, and CostcoBusinessPrinting.com.
Are you a Costco member who has a current project saved such as a photo book, collage, greeting card, or calendar? These projects will not transfer to Shutterfly so make sure you purchase your project through the Costco Photo Center by January 28, 2023.