Where to Find Cheap Disposable Cameras
There are many kinds of disposable cameras. All disposable cameras are already inexpensive, but there are some that are even more of a bargain than others. While individual disposable cameras are almost always affordable, sometimes the price becomes an issue when many need to be bought at once, such as for a wedding. Aside from that, it's always nice to get the best price possible, even if you're buying a single camera.
There are many sources for disposable cameras online, such as eBay. The way to get the best possible price per camera is to buy them in bulk. There are many retailers that cater to brides and grooms and offer good bulk prices, or even specific wedding packages. Typically, the more they buy, the better - the greater the quantity, the lower the price per camera.
Just remember that a discount disposable camera may or may not have a flash, and may not have the limited perks and options that are usually offered with disposable cameras such as processing with a CD. Typically they have 27 exposures each. Apparently some companies use generic (often reused) disposable cameras -- these are not as good as new unused ones.
Your best bet is to buy in quantity or bulk to get wholesale prices for your cheap disposable camera. Look for specials and sales too. Disposable cameras can be found for as little as $2.00 for a daylight camera (with no flash.) When the prices are already so low it can seem like a waste of time to look for a lower price yet, but there are some amazing deals out there. And it can be especially important to find good deals when you need to buy a large quantity. The good news is, those deals are out there. Packages designed for weddings can be especially cheap, but of course they can be used for any large event -- family reunions, graduations, school functions - the sky's the limit.
Disposable Cameras Info provides detailed information about digital, wedding, and underwater disposable cameras, as well as cheap and wholesale disposable cameras. Disposable Cameras Info is the sister site of Underwater Cameras Web.
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