Keepsake Photo Book Only $2.99 with Groovebook Use Code GETINTOTHEGROOVE

We Are Earthformed may have received one of more of the products or services discussed below in exchange for a review and/or is an affiliate of the links or banners you find on this site. Clicking on them may result in compensation for this blog.Since last year that I was introduced to GrooveBook through Sverve I’ve been uploading pictures every month.  Really this service has been an amazing benefit.  In the 8 years since our children were born we have little in the way of printed photographs.



I received a text from GrooveBook today informing me that they are going to be on Shark Tank tomorrow night (1/10/104 @ 9 EST)!  Watching what the celebrity investors have to say about the business and what they offer will be interesting.   I have a feeling they’ll get a deal.  More and more I’m seeing print media and advertising in complimentary businesses.   For instance a few weeks ago a saw their ad plastered on all the tables at a local Menchie’s frozen yogurt shop.  This is smart marketing because the markets for each overlap. Just from casual observation I’ve noticed that families with children and young people that use their cell phones for taking loads and loads of pictures are a big part of the market that patronize frozen yogurt parlors.

How the service works –

– Download the GrooveBook app on your Android or iOS device

– Enter your name and address and payment information (for the $2.99 which includes shipping) and use code GETINTOTHEGROOVE for the referral code.

– Review your photos and select 100 from your gallery you’d like to have printed.

– Upload the photos.

– In two to three weeks you’ll have a 100 page photo book on glossy photo paper with each picture serrated so it can be easily removed and shared.

You can also order extra books of the same set and have them sent to different addresses. All you pay the $2.99; no extra hidden handling charges :).

I have so many old photos that have never been printed that I found a way to get them into GrooveBook. I select 100 old pics and copy them to the DCIM folder on my Android phone. Once I upload them to the photo book I can delete them from my phone. It feels good to have albums getting filled with pics of my babies that I can show off and share. Their pictures are no longer trapped in an electronic prison.

Don’t forget to use my referral code: GETINTOTHEGROOVE

8 comments for “Keepsake Photo Book Only $2.99 with Groovebook Use Code GETINTOTHEGROOVE

  1. February 27, 2014 at 8:38 am

    I love to have groovebook. It looks elegant and neat. Thanks for the coupon.

  2. Wendy Pence
    February 27, 2014 at 11:50 am

    Love hearing about great deals with photos! Thank you.

    • February 28, 2014 at 10:15 am

      No problem. I love getting my GrooveBook every month. If I forget to upload pics for whatever reason I just get a repeat of the month previous. Which is OK, because I can share the second copy with Mom & Dad or my in-laws.

  3. February 28, 2014 at 9:01 am

    I’m wondering what this looks like in actual. Are these available in local bookstores?

    • February 28, 2014 at 10:13 am

      No, they are only available online. They are printed by a smaller print shop who recently got a deal on The Sharks on ABC. Let me tell you they ARE NOT archival quality. It is more like photo paper you could use at home to print pictures. There are times when they don’t come out super good BUT $2.99 for shipping and no cost for printing I can’t really complain much. I am a total procrastinator when it comes to printing so when I can just upload 100 photos a month and have them printed in a book that I can keep or share is great. I uploaded my first 100 on the 8th of June last year. So I have until the 8th of every month to upload my 100. It makes me happy to have that option. I’ve given a few of my books to my mom because she doesn’t have a lot of the pictures I’ve taken.

  4. March 3, 2014 at 10:20 am

    People do seem to love those books these days, so you’re right. They might get the backing on Shark Tank. What a great price point!
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  5. March 4, 2014 at 9:40 pm

    I would of loved to see them on Shark Tank, love that show. Love photo books!
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