If you get the PhotoShow newsletters and offers you’ll almost always see an offer for a Photoshow DVD. If you’ve never gotten a PhotoShow DVD before is it because you don’t understand the value of them? Do you see the offer and think, “What’s the point of that?” I’ll tell you what I know about the value of PhotoShow DVDs. As a mother of one fantastically cute little boy I take pictures and when I can I make a PhotoShow.
I’m not even sure I’d call it making a PhotoShow. More often than not it feels more like I’m crafting a keepsake. I won’t always order a PhotoShow DVD but when I have those great moments like first smiles, first steps, first words, and first hug and kiss, those are certainly the moments that I’ll craft a compilation of the moments into a PhotoShow and get a few PhotoShow DVDs made for me, Grandma Janet, Grandma Sally, Nana. You don’t just have another DVD. You have a PhotoShow DVD that you made with the moments that you captured and made into motion picture scrapbook. The professional packaging really punches up the impact of the keepsake.
Both Grandmas really like to watch the PhotoShow DVDs with the rest of the extended family that live near them. Nana just likes to get them because none of her other friends with grandkids make DVDs of their kids. (Nana believes that one of life’s greatest mysteries is why the man who wasn’t good enough to marry her daughter is the father of the smartest little boy in the world.)
Now let me break down the dollars and cents. The best offer that I have ever seen offered was the PhotoShow DVD 5 Pack. (Keep your eye out for this offer.) They let me buy 5 coupon codes for 5 PhotoShow DVDs. The coupons don’t expire until June. The price was $49.99 which made each PhotoShow DVD cost me $9.99. That is the cheapest price per PhotoShow DVD that I have ever seen offered and/or had. And I know that if I make a PhotoShow DVD I’ll buy at least 2 or 3 of the same PhotoShow. One for me, one for Grandma, and maybe one for the other Grandma, and of course one for Nana. The coupon codes last for a good amount of time so I can use them at my leisure but I picked two of the PhotoShow DVD 5 Packs up to hold me over until June. So far I’ve used 4 of my 10 coupons. (Valentine’s Day PhotoShow DVDs for the grandparents.) I don’t know what I’ll use my other 6 coupon codes on, but I’m sure we’ll have a PhotoShow DVD after our trip to Mexico.
For me, the mother of one adorable little boy, PhotoShow DVDs truly do make great gifts and fantastic keepsake for me. The cost is very reasonable if you take advantage of the email offers and so far, I’ve found the PhotoShow DVD 5 Pack to be the best deal going.