Most Rite Aid stores offer passport photos in the store. They generally charge $15 for two USA photos. If you need more than 2 photos, or if you need photos in other sizes like 35x45mm, 25x35, or 33x48 mm size for China, India, UK, Australia, Germany, Schengen or Canada, Rite Aid stores will not be useful.
Why not Order with us?
We can help you get photos cheaper- 6 photos for only $8.95. You can also order passport visa photos for any country and in any size.
Simple and easy process. Take a photo at home, Upload it here, and make a payment Done!. You can pick up passport photos near you at any Walgreens, CVS, Target or RiteAid store the same day. Or we can provide you a formatted 4x6 inch print with 6 or 8 passport photos on it which you can take to the store and get printed for around 29 - 39 cents total.
Take a photo at home in good natural light. We will fix the exposure, background, and will do necessary color correction.
We will crop the photo in the right size for your country, and fix the exposure, background, and will do the necessary color correction.
Your passport photos will be ready for pick up at your local Rite-Aid, Walgreens, CVS or Walmart store.
However, if you like to have passport photos taken the old way, here is the information for you too. Most retail stores also take passport pictures. Click here for a passport photo service price comparison at major stores if you want to have passport photos taken at your local store. We will also include if there are discount coupons or online codes for passport photos at various retail stores.
Rite Aid is also one of the dominant players in retail Passport Photos service. They normally charge $8.99 for two passport photos. If you are patient enough, once every few months, you will see the Rite-Aid promotions for Passport Photos. They will offer 2 passport photos for $6 (FYI: We offer 6 passport pictures) during the promotion period or sometimes they have $5 off -instantly or with one of the best online rebates services- "Rite Aid Single Check Rebates"
In our experience, the Rite Aid photo service is not streamlined. Many times, when you go to the store to pick up photos that were ordered from the Rite Aid website, store employees are not able to track the photos. Also, many stores do not have in-store printing for orders placed online but the website at the time of order placement sometimes fails to alert Rite Aid customers. We are hoping Rite Aid Photo improves its processes and image qualities so it can offer a good alternative to customers that are currently using Walgreens or CVS.
CVS is also one of the dominant players in the retail Passport Pictures service. They normally charge $7.99 for two passport photos. Their passport photo service is as good as any other major retail chain. If you are patient enough, once every few months, you will see the CVs promotions for Passport Photos. They will offer 2 passport photos for $5 (FYI: We offer 6 passport pictures) during the promotion period or $2 off the set of 2 passport photos. Click here to get to get a $2 coupon for passport photos at CVS or click here to download a CVS Passport Photo coupon (expires 12/26/2020).
Walgreens is another retail store with thousands of stores. Most probably you will have one Walgreens near you. To find out if they have a Passport Photos facility in your local store, please click on this link. It will take you to the right page. Enter your Zip and find the local store. Our advice would be to call the store and make sure they take passport photos, their passport photo equipment is working and they have the photo technician available to take your passport photos. Regarding Passport photo coupons at Walgreens, we have seen that they have "$14.99 for 2 passport photos" promotions around 2 to 3 times a year.
As we know, Target stores do not offer Passport picture service at its retail stores. Their online pictures/photo print service is very good. They have tie-ups with Snapfish, PhotoBucket, and Kodak Gallery so you can print photos from those services to your local Target store. However, in our experience, the links between Kodak Gallery and Target stores is not 100% reliable. We have seen that there are times these services are broken so online, you will get an error like 'your local target store can not accept your photos online currently'.
We are not much familiar with the Passport Pictures service at Kinko's. If you have any experiences, please let us know and we would like to share them for the benefit of our readers. Looks like their charges are on the higher end $10 to $15 for 2 passport photos.