It's a beautiful day and you've finally decided to go through the hundreds of photos in your phone. Your hands are shaking with excitement as you scroll through the memories. Suddenly, disaster strikes - your phone dies! Oh no! Where can you get those precious photos printed so that they don't disappear into the abyss of technology? Look no further than Target (Fun Fact: Did you know that 'Target' was originally called 'Dayton Dry Goods Company'? Sounds like a vacuum cleaner brand to me.)
What Is Target?
Target is an American retail corporation headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota. It was founded in 1902 by George Dayton and has since then become one of America’s largest retailers. With over 1800 stores across America, it specializes mainly in everyday essentials such as groceries, clothes, household items as well as electronics.
The Age-Old Question
Picture this (no pun intended) - You have an old film camera or disposable camera with some valuable images stored on them from years ago but no place to develop them (now there is something we millennials will never experience). Do not worry; Target has got your back!
Can I Develop Pictures At Target?
Yes! One thing most people do not realize about target is their photo department – where customers can take their negatives/film rolls for quality print-outs(But seriously who even uses film anymore?!)
There are several services offered at these departments including but not limited to:
Prints and Enlargements
Using high-quality Kodak paper prints ranging from sizes starting at 4x6 inches up till poster size prints which come with varied frame options depending upon preference and budget(listen guys if you're going big make sure grandma makes it onto that wall)
Pictorial documents available both online and offline consisting of different templates and customization options depending on the client’s preference. (It's about time to show off those travel pics, don't you think?)
Want to give your friends or family an unforgettable gift - this service provides newly developed pictures that can be added onto blankets, mugs, pillows and some other items (now you're thinking outside of the box!)
What About Prices?
Most target stores charge from $0.15 per print excluding frames with shots available in either matte or glossy finishing( I still cannot decide which one works best- don't judge me). However pricing might vary according to location as well as the type of services requested by customers.
Additionally, there is a feature called ‘Drive up & Go’ offered both online and offline where clients are able to order products such as photo prints from home without having to leave their car, then just pull up at one of target designated parking bays near the entrance point for pickup.(can life get any easier?!).
Target comes through again – catering not only for everyday needs but also providing access safe storage areas for valuable memories via photography services(who said they couldn't do it all) . Head over today and see what benefits await!