Epson Ink Buy One Get One Free (Monkey, Cheetah, Hummingbird) - £19.70 @ Epson - HotUKDeals
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Just on epson's website and clicked on special offers it shows that if you buy 2 sets of the monkey inks it will be £34.16 but when you click on it and add to basket it comes up as 19.70 the price for one.
Works on the following

Money Ink £19.70
Cheetah Ink £39.41
Hummingbird £59.10

Also free delivery

Great price for genuine inks
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#1
Which ones were you trying?

Doesn't work it t0711-t0715 or t0711h which are Cheetah and Monkey
#2
Only with the multipacks add them to basket were it says "get more for less"
#3
Thanks that works. However it does not work if you search for your ink cartridges by your printer name, need to search for the actual ink cartridge :-)
#4
Yikes - hadn't realised people still bought "genuine" Epson cartridges - thought they only had a printer business because we us regular Epson printer purchasers can feed them "compatible" cartridges for 10-25% of the "real" article.
MKD
#5
It's a hot deal as its cheaper than any other out there - but £59 for ink is crazy, cheaper to throw away your printer & buy a new one each time the ink runs out!
#6
The cheetah ones are coming up at more than usual price for me £107?
#7
ant eg
It's a hot deal as its cheaper than any other out there - but £59 for ink is crazy, cheaper to throw away your printer & buy a new one each time the ink runs out!


Not really, as they never give you full cartridges with a new printer anymore just part filled to get you going, so you will still need to buy ink for your new printer ...
#8
Don't understand people paying more for a set of ink cartridges that the cost of the printer.

Everyone states that cheap cartridges mash up the printers. OK let them, but it still works out cheaper to buy new printers every couple of months if they get trashed than keep to original cartridges
#9
deal has expired now epson must of fixed the problem
#10
Ruddy canon... Why did I get a ruddy canon?!?
#11
ThunderBolt
Ruddy canon... Why did I get a ruddy canon?!?

Plenty of compatible inks for many Canon printers !?!?
Bought £££ of them from 7dayshop for MX860s for instance - only problem there was the MX860s electronics went bad and Canon replaced with MX870 that didn't like the carts (still had loads left). Delighted to say 7dayshop refunded as they "supported everything they sold for 1yr". (Seems the 870s ROMs were tweaked and the cartridge makers have to play catch up, which all takes time to do and work through the supply chain.)
As others have said IF you believe compatible carts wreck printers then just throw the printers away, its cheaper! A BETTER reason MIGHT be with say Photos that the quality/longevity of the dyes WILL matter if you intend to keep DIY printed photos for long periods of time and/or in light. (Personally I think it simplest to have retained photos printed photographically.)
MKD

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