When Walgreens was doing a similar sale late last year, I kept buying everything they had in the store. With the instant discount and a coupon in the book at the register plus my being a member of their savings program, I think I paid about $3.99 USD each for the ISO 200 4x packs.
I ended up with around 30 of the packs I think. And yet, I want to hit Walmart and grab a few more.
The Fuji 200 makes great red scale. It's not so slow that you can't shoot without lots of light and not so fast that you have to keep the aperture closed down.
I wonder what the difference is between this film and Superia 200. Fujifilm USA's web site lists only Superia 200, yet both B&H and Adorama list it as discontinued. Before long the only film anyone will find at Walmart is Fuji's 400 speed. Which is excellent film, but still...
In life you only get one great dog, one great car, and one great woman. Pet the dog. Drive the car. Make love to the woman. Don't mix them up.
Geez. Spent half an hour waiting for someone to show up at the counter (I was the only one in line), but finally, got all five boxes. As they'd (for some reason) canceled one, I was able to re-purchase the fifth one at the sale price.
No walmart by me, its a pretty nice deal. I hear they also do really cheap send out processing if you request it.
My information is that they now send print film to Dwayne's in Parsons, Kansas. Negatives are scanned and printed and/or saved to CD. Negatives are not returned to the customer even if requested. So if you want real negatives, I'd check on that before sending negative film away to be processed through Walmart.