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Sports Digital Download Sale: Buy More, Save More

From April 14, 2010 through May 31, 2010 all sports digital downloads are on sale. For every 5 digital downloads purchased, save an additional 10% up to a maximum of 50% off your download order.

From now until May 31, 2010 I am running a discount sale on the sports digital downloads.  For every 5 digital downloads purchased, save an additional 10% up to a maximum of 50% off the downloads.  The savings are instant, so you will see the discounted price in your cart when you’ve added enough to qualify. Here’s how it works.  Add any 5 downloads from the sports section and the entire order of downloads will be discounted 10%. At 10 downloads, the instant discount goes up to 20%.  At 15 downloads, the download discount will be 30%. At 20 downloads, you’ll be saving 40% on those downloads.  Finally at 25 downloads or more, the instant discount peaks at 50%.

Here’s the savings for personal download (most common):
5-9 digital downloads: 10% savings (Save up to $9)
10-14 digital downloads: 20% savings (Save up to $28)
15-19 digital downloads: 30% savings (Save up to $57)
20-24 digital downloads: 40% savings (Save up to $96)
25+ digital downloads: 50% savings (Savings start at $125)

FAQ:

Q: What’s the difference between a personal use download and an editorial download? Also which should I get?
A: While the license agreement describes each, here’s the basic difference. An editorial license will allow you to do everything you can do with a personal use license as well as use the image in an editorial manor.  So what do you mean “editorial manor”? The most common usage a parent/athlete/booster will have for an editorial photo would be if the photo is to be used on a website that promotes the student athlete to recruiters. Most will be fine purchasing the personal use license. If you purchase an image for personal use and then later decide you need an editorial license, you can contact me and I will issue a credit after the editorial license is purchased.

Q: I ordered a digital download, but I can’t seem to download it. What is going on?
A: The actual file does not reside on the web store until after the order is placed. When an order is placed, I get a notification to upload the required files for the appropriate product types.  Once a digital product is uploaded, the system will send you an email on the location of the file download. I strive to get these uploaded as fast as possible. If an order comes that will take more than 48 hours for me to fulfill, I will notify you as soon as I can.

Q: What is the resolution of your digital downloads?
A: Unfortunately, that is a question that has no set answer. Due to the different cameras I use and the amount of cropping that may have been done to thumbnail you see in the store, there is no set resolution that I guarantee.  Most all can be used to print a standard 8×10.

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