- Buying Instax square film in bulk can save you over 30% on your instant photography costs. As of today, the best value for money is the 40 sheets Instax square film option which gives you a cost per photo of $1.32, a significant saving over the cost of $1.75 per photo for the 20 sheets option!
- Money-Saving Tip: If you also wish to save on shipping costs you can order multiple film packs at the same time.
In this article I will show you where to buy Instax Square film in bulk at the best prices, provide you with Instax Square SQ10 tips and tricks to keep your printing costs to a minimum, and provide a cost comparison between purchasing 10, 20, 40 and 100 sheets of instant film (Spoiler Alert! Buying your Instax Square film in bulk doesn’t necessarily save you money.)
With the exciting news of the launch of the Instax Square SQ20, Instax Square SQ6, Instax SP-3 printer, and the Fuji Instax Square SQ10 camera you may be wondering where to buy Instax Square film in bulk and how much you can save by buying in bulk.
Updated 11th April 2022 to reflect the latest prices for buying Instax Square film in bulk including the newly available options to purchase in 20, 40, and 100 sheets.
Instax Square Film Bulk Price Comparison
At the time of writing, Instax Square film is available to buy in 10, 20, 40, and 100 sheets, with an associated retail cost ranging between $13.33 (for 10 sheets) and $140 (for 100 sheets).
This translates to a cost per photo ranging between $1.32 and $1.75 and the cheapest option today for your Instax Square film bulk purchase is actually the 40 sheets, saving you $0.43 per photo compared to the 100 sheets option. If you were to shoot 100 photos with your Instax Square camera then choosing the 40 sheets option would save you $43 compared to buying the 20 sheets option!
Instax Square Film Tips
I promised to share some Instax Square film tips with you to make sure you get the best value for money and of course great photos too! The key to this is purchasing your film from a reputable source and then storing it appropriately to prevent damage.
Instax Square Tip #1 – Fuji Instax instant film is sensitive to heat and light exposure so to ensure the highest quality photo you should always store your film in a cool, shaded location.
Instax Square Tip #2 – even though it has the highest cost per sheet of the Instax camera range, the Instax Square SQ10 has a unique cost-saving advantage which is that you can edit, trim and choose which photos you want to print whereas all the other Instax cameras print automatically every time you snap a photo even if it’s blurred, distorted, etc.
Instax Square, Mini, and Wide Photo Size Comparison
In case you are curious how the price of Instax Square film compares with Instax Mini and Instax Wide film, I have crunched the numbers for you. In case you are not familiar, here is a size comparison of the 3 film options available from Instax depending on which camera model you have.
Instax Mini film retails between $0.59 and $0.67 per photo depending on whether you buy in bulk or not (see the full article on Instax Mini film prices here)
The Instax Wide film retails between $0.83 and $0.89 per photo depending on the number of sheets you purchase (see the full article on Instax Wide prices here)
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When the Instax Square camera launched the only option to buy film was in 10 sheets. Since this article was written in May 2017, the price for 10 sheets has dropped from around $17 to under $14 which is moving in the right direction but still pretty damn expensive therefore buying at the best prices is critical to help reduce your printing costs.
The introduction of Instax Square film bulk options of 20, 40, and 100 sheets is a welcome one and as I have shown in this article the best value is the 40 sheets option which equates to a cost per photo of $1.32.
While the cost per photo for the Instax Square is more expensive than the Instax Mini and Instax Wide, the unique advantage that the SQ10 offers over other Instax cameras is that you can edit, trim and select the photos you want to print thereby saving cost by not printing poor quality shots, blurred photos, etc.
As with most products today, there are a variety of places you can choose to purchase your Instax Square film in bulk including your local shopping mall, retail stores, and of course, online.
I would strongly recommend ordering your Instax Square film bulk order from a reliable source because it is sensitive to light and heat exposure so you want to be sure that your instant film will be handled carefully once it’s shipped.
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Emma JohnsonI have loved photography from a young age and more recently started experimenting with Instant Cameras from Polaroid and Instax. I also love dancing and hanging out with my friends :)
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