Getty Images Coupon Codes
Updated for February 2018:
Welcome to our round-up of the best Getty Images coupon codes and promotions! Most coupon code sites have either expired coupons or the codes never worked in the first place. We get our promo codes directly from Getty Images themselves, and have been verified to work on qualified purchases:
Feel free to scroll past our list of coupons for a quick tutorial on using these promo codes on Getty’s website, as well as some background history of Getty Images. Who is Getty? How old is this company?
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5 RF Images – $2,375 ($500 off)
10 RF Images – $4,500 ($1250 off)
15 RF Images – $6,375 ($2,250 off)
25 RF Images – $10,000 ($4,375 off)
No promo code required for this sale.
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How to Redeem Getty Images Coupons:
Every website has their own rules about how to use these promo codes to save money. We’ve put together an easy step by step guide to help you save on the media you’re about to buy from Gettyimages.com:
- The Fun Part: Shop! Find all the pictures and images that you desire on this visit to Getty’s website. Click “add to basket” for each image and when you’re ready to buy, click “view basket”.
- Before you can use a promo code, you need to either sign in or register an account. Once you do, click on a blue link that says “have a promo code?“. This link is located just below the green button that says “continue with purchase”:
- Enter the Coupon Code. After you enter the coupon, click “Apply”. If it’s a valid code, it will say “promo code has been applied to cart”.
- Continue with your purchase. After the code has been applied, continue with your purchase as your normally would. And you’re done!
All About Getty Images:
Getty Images was founded in 1995 by Mark Getty, and became the first company to offer stock photos online. Since it’s founding, it has acquired and purchased dozens of smaller stock photo and archive companies. Getty Images then digitized their archives, which allowed for them to be used for online material. It currently has over 80 million stills and illustrations.
Getty Images has also expanded beyond stock images: they offer video, music and sound effects for use in all kinds of production.
Around the Web:
Twitter – Getty Images’ official Twitter account. Join over 130,000 other followers as Getty shares the most notable and awe inspiring images of the year.
Facebook – Getty Images’ official Facebook page. Following them is a great way to have breathtaking images in your newsfeed every day. It definitely beats getting those crazy news articles from your conspiracy-obsessed Uncle!
Youtube Their official youtube channel is something to behold. The official Getty Images’ photographers make videos about how they work. If you’re an aspiring photographer this is an inspiring channel. Not to mention all the cool places that they get to travel to! Here’s a quick sample of