November 22

GraphicStock: Get 7 Days Of Free Downloads For A Limited Time

Posted by on November 22, 2014 at 9:30 AM

GraphicStock: Get 7 Days Of Free Downloads For A Limited Time

Hey there, my fellow deal hunters! At this time, you can take advantage of this monumental deal from GraphicStock – you can now get 7 days of free downloads for a limited time! You can’t go wrong with a deal where you don’t have to pay a penny for anything! GraphicStock is a great resource for stock images, graphics, vectors, and so much for. Well, what are you waiting for? Just click on the link below to take advantage of this deal!

You just can’t go wrong with this deal. You’re getting 7 days of free downloads, and you can choose from over 250,000 different graphics, vectors, images, icons, buttons, and more. You’ll get to download up to 20 different images per day, you’ll get to keep everything that you download after the 7 days are up, and there’s no obligations that you need to fulfill afterwards. This is one nice pro-bono deal, especially if you need any stock images!

I just might consider trying this site out. In case I ever need to work on a project, these stock images would really come in handy. Since it’s free, I think you should consider checking it out as well.

GraphicStock seems to get some high praise from their customers. I’ve included a brief review of this stock image website from a satisfied user below:

GraphicStock has been a wonderful resource for our business since we don’t have a graphic arts professional on staff. Their images are high quality and professional – perfect for all our design needs!

This is a great opportunity that won’t cost you a penny, so take advantage of this deal before it’s gone! I hope you all have a great weekend!

(Expiry: Unknown)

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June 18

What Are The Best Sites To Buy Stock Photos From?

Posted by on June 18, 2014 at 8:00 PM

In my writing for Bargainmoose, I need to pull stock images often to illustrate my articles.  Nearly every week I wonder where I can buy images, as I don’t yet have a solid list of sites from which I can buy stock photography that is royalty-free.  Don’t get me wrong, I’m sure you loyal Bargainmoosers would love to see my personal photos, but I’m really not a great photographer. I completely rely on stock images to fancy-up my writings.  I also use them often at my full-time work in HR, as I frequently create powerpoints and other documents which require stock images.  Since I’m a stock photo super-user, I thought I’d take some time to evaluate which sources offer the best bang for my buck, and to identify the pros and cons of various providers.


What Are The Best Sites To Buy Stock Photos From?

Arguably one of the largest and most popular providers of stock images is istock.  Istock has a plethora of different files to purchase: pictures, audio files, illustrations and video clips.  The world is your oyster at istock!  You have a few different options to purchase items: through a subscription, or you can purchase credits.  You can save over 25% by purchasing credits through the site and here is the list of credit prices.  Conversely, you can purchase an iStock subscription, which ranges in price from $199 per month to $499 per month.  You have access to different images based on the subscription you purchase.  For comparison’s sake, I was looking at some pictures of London, England, and to download this picture in a medium format it would cost me 15 credits, or about $23.  If I bought a subscription that cost would be included.  If you are needed a large number of photos or illustrations, the best bang for your buck is to purchase a subscription.  Check out our coupon page for iStock promo codes.  Additionally, they have a sweet referral program where you can earn free, royalty-free credits.

Getty Images

What Are The Best Sites To Buy Stock Photos From?

Getty Images is a sister company to iStock.  They have a large amount of different types of images, from royalty free to rights-managed options.  They are also affiliated with Thinkstock and  They pride themselves on offering “…the industry’s best and broadest collections of imagery and footage – including award-winning news, sport and entertainment content, plus rare and contemporary archival imagery.”   From a non-expert’s eye view, it looks like Gettyimages focuses around mainly professional images and videos.  Check out our coupon page for some awesome Getty Images promo codes.

Corbis Images

What Are The Best Sites To Buy Stock Photos From?

Corbis Images has millions of royalty-free pictures to choose from.  They pride themselves on offering streamlined licensing, which makes it an excellent site to buy stock photography.  They have a unique offering: they offer entire CDs of unlimited use images.  Themes include animals, business, food nature, and the list goes on.  For example, the Eat for Life- Juice images is a steal for $695.  Conversely, you can purchase individual pictures as you need them.  Their prices are clearly displayed when you click on an image, and there is a handy dandy calculator to figure out the various pricing options based on the size of the image.  They also have subscription options available, however the exact prices are not published.  If you register with Corbis Images they will send you special promotions and deals.  Our coupon page has some awesome Corbis Images coupon codes to use, check it out!


What Are The Best Sites To Buy Stock Photos From?

Veer is a sister company of Corbis Images, and prides itself on having unique photography selected by creatives for creatives.  They specialise in creative images and fonts, and from what I can see their content is pretty cool.  Their website is designed well, with a good user experience.  They have a separate page for offers and one for ideas, which is basically a blog for Veer’s users.  It also clearly outlines how to pay for royalty-free images and fonts, with options ranging from pay-as-you-go to various subscription plans.  The more that you buy, the more you save, so if you are planning on requiring a large number of images, plan ahead and purchase either a subscription or a large credit pack.   A one month subscription which allows you to download 20 images a day is $229.  Be sure to check out Bargainmoose’s ongoing Veer deals.


What Are The Best Sites To Buy Stock Photos From?

ShutterStock prides itself on having all royalty-free content, including photos, vectors, illustrations, icons, footage, and music.  They have photos in virtually every type of category you are looking for, and they are easy to search for, with a search bar front and centre on the home page.  Their plans and pricing are easy to understand as well, with two options including purchasing a subscription, or  buying images on demand, such as 2 images for $29, or 5 for $49.  A one month subscription costs $249 and you have access to 25 images per day.  Of course we have various coupon codes available for ShutterStock, so be sure to check us out before you purchase from the website.


What Are The Best Sites To Buy Stock Photos From?

Dreamstime has over 24,000,000 images available to purchase at prices as low as $0.23 per image.  Pricing for their stock photography is not readily apparent, although they do specify that there are various corporate stock photography packages to choose from, however you need to log into the site in order to access that information.  One cool aspect of the site is that they have a free section, with various images to choose from.


What Are The Best Sites To Buy Stock Photos From?

GraphicStock is definitely the cheapest option of any other stock photography option listed in this article.  This could be because they only offer a limited amount of photography, and specialize primarily on graphics and illustrations.  Their pricing is incredibly straightforward: $49 per month or $588 per year for completely unlimited downloads.  You have the ability to cancel at any time, and anyone can receive a free 7 day trial.  You wouldn’t think those prices could be beat, could you?  Well, they can, with our awesome GraphicStock coupon codes.

There are many, many options for purchasing stock photos online.  What you get and what you pay really varies based on your needs.  If you’re primarily looking for graphics and images, GraphicStock is your best bet.  If you want super creative photos with an easy user experience, try Veer.  I know through writing this article my knowledge of where to buy royalty-free stock photography has increased 100%, and this will certainly help me in my stock image purchases in the future.

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January 8

iClipArt Coupon: Exclusive 10% Off All 1-Year Subscriptions

Posted by on January 8, 2014 at 4:30 PM

iClipArt Coupon: Exclusive 10% Off All 1 Year SubscriptionsGoogle’s image search is great and all but all those watermarks on stunning pictures are rather annoying, aren’t they? With the Bargainmoose exclusive for iClipArt, you can not only save money on all 1-year subscriptions but also save on precious time spent looking for images.

Click here to get a 1-year subscription @

  • Coupon Code: MOOSE14
  • Discount: 10% off 1-year subscriptions
  • Expiry: 31st December 2014

I have to admit that with iClipArt, my initial thought was that this is a site solely dedicated to either graphic designers or on a smaller scale, bloggers or small-time website managers. After looking through their content however, I quickly came to the realization that these images could easily be used by just about everyone. Teachers, for instance, could use iClipArt’s database of educational images to create picture cards and other material to support the material taught.

The possibilities are truly endless as their database includes over 7.8 million images divided into categories such as animals, backgrounds, buildings, cartoons, entertainments, icons, nature/ scenic, people, symbols and countless others.

The following 1-year subscriptions are available at

  • Regular Subscription: reg. $49.95/ with exclusive $44.96
  • Subscription Plus: reg. $79.95/ with exclusive $71.96
  • Professional Subscription: reg. $295/ with exclusive $265.50

Although all of the 1-year subscriptions include access to iClipArt’s JPG, PNG and GIF formats, the plans vary with access to vector images, specific sizes, web graphic content, MOV files and other features.

As usual, we have also included this exclusive code into the Bargainmoose iClipArt coupon page for easy viewing.

iClipArt Coupon: Exclusive 10% Off All 1 Year Subscriptions

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November 8 Coupon Code: Exclusive 10% Off

Posted by on November 8, 2013 at 6:30 PM Coupon Code: Exclusive 10% Off

Are you a digital artist? Get 10% off the already hugely discounted premium assets at InkyDeals!

Click here to check out all the Inky Deals @ .. wait for it… now

  • Coupon Code: BARGAINMOOSE10
  • Discount: 10% off
  • Expiry: Unknown

I’m not an artist at all but I am, as it turns out, a deal hunter. If you happen to be the opposite, an artist but not a deal hunter, InkyDeals is the place for you. Their whole shtick is that they sell these big packages of images, fonts, icons, wordpress templates and tons of other digital media assets for huge discounts.  For example, on their main page right now there is a five star rated pack called TypeZilla 2. Here is what you get with TypeZilla 2:

TypeZilla 2 is 100% hand-drawn by 3 experienced designers, meaning that each set has 3 different styles: cursive, font-like and ornamental! It’s a unique set that required a lot of research, and can’t be found anywhere else.

You get a total of 167 typographic elements divided into 8 major categories such as: food, beverages, advertising, holiday, common phrases & more. On top of that you will get another 16 fully customizable vector illustrations and 39 vectors perfect for spicing up your designs.

It’s only $39, people. That’s a savings of $310 off of the retail value; but wait, there’s more! Pop in that discount code up there and get another 10% off. Final price is $35.10! They even have deals come up that aren’t directly related to design. For example, if you click the active deals link up at the top of the page you can check out their deal on a course that teaches you how to Change the Way You Manage Stress & Burnout in Just One Weekend. It retails for $297, but it’s on sale for $97, then you can add our coupon and get it for $87.30.

There is, of course, no shipping, since we live on the internet. Prices are all in USD.

We also have a $5 off deal which you can check out via our InkyDeals Coupon Code page. If your order is less than $50, you’ll be better served by using that code. Coupon Code: Exclusive 10% Off

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November 5

Veer Images: 15% Extra Credit When You Buy Any Credit Pack

Posted by on November 5, 2013 at 7:32 AM

Veer Images: 15% Extra Credit When You Buy Any Credit Pack

Get extra credit towards your image purchases for free!

Veer says this is the easiest bonus ever and I’d have to agree. All you do is buy the credits and the bonus ones are added. Credits, as these things go, are cheaper than buying images with cash but your money is locked in to credits. For example if you were to only ever buy the extra small version of some image for $2.25 you would be ill served in buying 12 (+2) credits for $18.48. If you’re going to buy 14 images at 1 credit each then getting the credits it the most economical. The credits end up being $1.32/each.

And that brings me to another point. Try and figure out ahead of time how many credits you will need. If you need 60 credits then you should buy 45 credits as it is cheaper to get the 60 (+10) instead of getting the 12 (+2) pack, realizing you need more then getting another 13 (+2) pack and on like that until you have the 45 you originally needed. Just for the sake of comparison if you get the 12 (+2) pack you will pay the aforementioned $1.32/credit but if you get 12000 (+1800) credits you will pay $0.86/credit. Of course the 12000 (+1800) pack costs $11,880 so yeah, there’s that.

And of course all the images are awesome. Everything is categorized nicely so you can just wander through the tons and tons of awesome images or you can search for them. And you can search for anything like Red Monkey or Sad Phone or any other random thing.

(Expires: 27th November 2013)

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November 3

Designious – Up To 50% Off Mega Packs Of Vector Images

Posted by on November 3, 2013 at 8:00 PM

Designious   Up To 50% Off Mega Packs Of Vector Images

If you’re going to get a pack of images, it might as well be a Mega pack from Designious for up to 50% off!

Designious bundles all their vector images into packs of similar vector images. For example, a pack may have just flowers, just Halloween vectors, or just seamless patterns. Whatever you happen to be looking for, you can probably get it here. Don’t pay $15 for a few vector images though, pick up some packs for up to 50% off!

There are tons of awesome Mega packs of vector images here. These are just a few:

Those “was” prices are the prices that would be in effect if you were to buy all of the packs on their own. It seems like all the mega packs are combinations of ten regular $15 packs, and a lot of them are 50% off or pretty close to it.

(Expires: Never)

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