Deck the Halls with Digitizing! Black Friday Promo 2023
Now is the time for digitizing and photo organizing projects! It’s the perfect gift for yourself and others, something that is both practical and personal. Even better, the work is done FOR you.
Through November 30, 2023, you can earn FREE digitizing services from Scissortail Digital when you start a qualifying digitizing or photo organizing project or purchase a qualifying gift certificate:
- Get $10 digitizing credit when you spend $100 on digitizing
- Get $100 digitizing credit when you refer someone who books a Photo Organizing Project
- Get $200 digitizing credit when you book a Photo Organizing Project
Q & A: All the Details
Yes, you can earn multiple credits for each offer!
Make sure the person booking lists your name in answer to the question, “How did you hear about Scissortail Digital?” on their project form.
No, the credit stays with you. However, the offer does apply to gift certificates for qualifying services. You can then choose to use the credit for yourself or the gift recipient. It cannot be split.
The digitizing credits are valid through March 31, 2024.
Booking and scheduling must be completed by November 30 to qualify, but the project timeline can have more flexibility. We know it’s a busy time of the year for everyone!
No, the credit is valid for digitizing projects only.
The credit applies beyond the qualifying amount, so you would have an additional $10 credit, but your invoice would not be reduced to $90. If your project total is $110, you can apply the $10 credit, making your final invoice $100.
The credit is only valid for digitizing services by Scissortail Digital. In the very rare event that your project requires additional third party resources (specialized repair, etc.), the credit will not apply. It also cannot be used for additional copies of your project on CD, DVD, or flash drive.
The Process of Photo Organizing
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