The film was officially discontinued by Polaroid in 2012. Polaroid absolutely does not guarantee outdated film since they no longer sell it and the fact that someone will sell an outdated product that is unlikely to work, at an exorbitant price tells you about their integrity.
I spent way way WAY over $54.30 and the expiration date was 2009. They refused to refund the money. In all fairness, it was not Elizabeth Lee that sold the film to me. The factory went out of business in 2006. You have to ask WHY they are still selling film that is obviously expired. If you've opened the film, good luck with the refund. I was able to get my refund only after Amazon went to bat for me and I'm almost positive they refunded the money not the seller.
Hi, thanks for your question.
I'm so sorry you received expired film
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Sorry to say, the film I purchased wasn't good. The pictures(2) were horrible. I'm stuck with the film because I opened (of course) one of the two pkgs. I ordered and I just don't feel like going thru all of the nonsense of .returning the unopened pkg. of film. You have to decide if you wish to order the film first