Does Walmart Print Photos? (Price, Types of Photos + More)

These days people are taking photos of everything, everywhere, every day. However, for many of us, these pictures tend to go into our phone’s photo library or maybe the cloud, and that is where they stay.

So, when you finally decide to get these photos off your phone and printed to go into an album, you want to go somewhere that is quick, easy, and affordable, like Walmart.

Does Walmart Print Photos?

Walmart does print photos from smartphones and cameras, which can be done in-store, on, or via the Walmart Photo Prints Plus App. Walmart customers can print photos in either a glossy or matte finish in 4×6, 5×7, and 8×10 sizes which cost $.09 to $1.44 each.

Not only does Walmart offer a quick and easy way to get your pictures off your phone, computer, and just about any other device that can save a picture, but they also make it super affordable.

This article will discuss where and how you can print your photos at Walmart in addition to prices. 

Printing Photos In-store At Walmart

Walmart supercenters have their own photo centers inside their stores worldwide, where customers can bring in their phone, SD card or jump drive to any photo center kiosk and print out photos within minutes.

There are no wait times, and the kiosks are self-serving, meaning you don’t have to worry about a stranger flipping through your most precious memories. 

Photo Prints Plus App (1-Hour Photos)

To make life easier and to get quality pictures quickly, you can also download the Photo Prints Plus app partnered with Walmart (available on iPhone and Android).

This means you can order photo prints right from your phone’s photo library and have them sent to and printed out at your local Walmart within an hour. There is also a website version of the app you can use. 

Online Photos

If you still prefer to pull up your photos on your personal computer and order your photos that way, having them shipped and delivered to your home, you can do it through Walmart’s online photo store.

For basic photo prints, you can choose between a matte or glossy finish and pick from four different sizes:

  • 4×6 
  • 5×7 
  • 8×10 
  • Wallet 

Note: It will take about a week before you get your prints in the mail.

Online, you can also order many different types of customized prints, collages, gifts, etc. All these different products range in price but are of great quality and shipped fairly quickly.

Some available products on the site include but are not limited to:

Online Ship to Store

Don’t want to pay Walmart’s shipping fee but still want to order online? No problem. You can also order photo prints online and have them shipped to your local store, with no shipping cost to you.

This is an easy way to clear out your computer’s photo collection while still being able to physically pick up your photos within about a week.

Price of Printing Photos at Walmart

The cost of printing photos at Walmart will depend on the size and quantity of pictures you need. Sizes available include—but are not limited to:

  • 4×6
  • 5×7
  • 8×10
  • 2×3 (Wallet)
  • 4×5.3
  • 4×4
  • 5×5
  • 8×8

The cost for printing photos of these sizes will range from $.09 to $1.44 each. This table breaks down specific prices for varying sizes and quantities. 

It’s also worth noting that if you order your photos online and want them shipped directly to you, there is a minimum $4 shipping fee. However, with orders over $35, shipping is free. 

To learn more about what photo services Walmart provides, also see our guides on the Walmart disposable camera service, Walmart passport photos, and whether or not you can film in Walmart.


Never leave your memories sitting inside a phone or on a memory card ever again. Walmart supercenter stores offer many ways for you to print those memories, helping you create a wonderful photo album and gifts at an affordable price and without ever feeling stretched for time.

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Marques Thomas

Marques Thomas graduated with a MBA in 2011. Since then, Marques has worked in the retail and consumer service industry as a manager, advisor, and marketer. Marques is also the head writer and founder of

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