Mashable is reporting that the retail giant is offering $2,500 in paper prints at its flagship stores across the US.
The prints are priced at $5.99 each, and are available to purchase in any of the three stores.
The offer is for paper prints that have been digitally scanned onto paper or digital-stamped onto paper.
These prints will include a QR code that will scan and then return to the customer to scan again.
The QR code will display the name of the store, the time of day, and the location of the shop.
Walgreens has a similar program for ink.
The ink store has a $5 print-on-demand program that includes the QR code.
The store also has an ink refill program.
If customers are still not satisfied with the ink they purchased, they can return the ink and receive a new refill.
These are all print-out prints, not print-to-order prints.
The prices are for print-by-paper prints, which means that you can order a print, and then pick it up at the store.
Walgreen will continue to sell ink at most of its stores, including in the US and Canada, though it does not offer any print-at-home ink at the moment.
If you’re a new customer to the paper-based ink-printing scene, check out the full article for more details.