Whether you’re a mom, have a mom, have recently graduated, or simply know a graduate, these are just a few of so many reasons to get a SmugMug photo site. Store, showcase, and share all those wonderful memories, like when you lost your first tooth or maybe when you tripped accepting your diploma.
In honor of motherhood and new grads officially entering adulthood, we think you deserve a deal. So go ahead and take 25% off the first year of your new SmugMug photo site to help keep your digital files safe and display them brilliantly.
But the savings don’t stop there. Current SmugMug customers can Give the Gift of SmugMug this Mother’s Day and Graduation season and get a 25% discount off one-, two-, or three-year subscriptions and get a renewal credit of 25% of the total retail price (up to $225) to use toward your future SmugMug subscription costs and even additional Gifts of SmugMug. Maybe you can even get your mom or grad some flowers with that extra cash you save on SmugMug (or put it towards a Spring Break trip to Cancun or Las Vegas!). But act fast, these savings end May 9th.
The gift giving doesn’t have to stop there. After all, mom has done some pretty incredible things for you over the years. So why not also give her precious memories in a fully customized book-store quality Blurb photo book with your SmugMug images? Right now you can save 25% off a Blurb photo book by entering promo code SMUGMUG2016 at checkout. And hey, why not give one to the new grad in your life as well to commemorate all the fun you’ve had before they start a new chapter? Don’t dally too much, in order for your personalized book to arrive by Mother’s Day be sure to place your order by April 28th.
We’ve got lots of great savings whether you’re wearing the cap and gown, spending the day in your PJs, or getting gussied up to take your mom out to dinner. But remember, Mother’s Day and Graduation Day is fast approaching and this deal of saving on a new SmugMug account ends May 9th. Don’t miss out on this springtime deal before it’s too late. And don’t worry, even if you’re not a mom and the last graduation you attended was in high school, that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy these celebratory savings too.