How to get free photo print with Target PhotoBox, Target PhotoCard, Free Photo Card

Posted July 14, 2018 10:16:58 Free photo cards are becoming an increasingly popular way to pay for photo products in Target stores. 

For example, you can purchase photo prints for a few bucks at Target, Target gift cards, or even Target gift certificates. 

If you’re a Target shopper who likes to use the store’s free photo cards for more than a few minutes, you might want to check out this free photo card tutorial that has been around for awhile. 

In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to take a free photo from a photo card on a Target photo card. 

I’ve included a photo of a man in his twenties sitting in the backseat of a pickup truck. 

The truck is parked at a busy intersection with several other vehicles parked in front. 

There’s a sign with the words: “This truck has a driver who is driving the wrong way on a red light.” 

What follows is a photo tutorial using a Target Photo Card that shows how to print a free copy of the photo. 

When you print a photo from the Target Photo Box, you won’t have to worry about any of the usual hassle of getting the card.

 All you need to do is fill out a short form on the right side of the screen and submit it to a number of different photo processing companies. 

Once your photo is processed, it will appear on your Target photo ID, which you can then print. 

Here are the instructions: 1.

Sign in to your Target account. 


On the top left corner of the page, click the “My Account” link. 


On that page, scroll down to “Your Account Information.”


Click the “Apply” button to apply your new photo to your photo card and print it. 5.

After you’re done, click “Done.” 


Go to the Target photo page to print your free photo.

Posted July 14-15, 2018 06:16; edited July 15-15 by David L, Dublin, United KingdomThis tutorial shows how you can print a digital copy of a photo.

This tutorial is for those who have purchased a Target digital photo card to use on their computer.

You can also print this photo from an electronic image.