HP OfficeJet Pro 8715 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer with Fax - £89.99 applying code INKJET10 with £25 HP cashback, three year warranty and £74 instant ink credit @ Currys ** No Referrals Pls ** - HotUKDeals
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HP OfficeJet Pro 8715 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer with Fax - £89.99 applying code INKJET10 with £25 HP cashback, three year warranty and £74 instant ink credit @ Currys ** No Referrals Pls **

£89.99 @ Currys
This has been previously posted but has dropped by a further £10 using code. Link to cashback (£25) https://h41201.www4.hp.com/WMCF.Web/uk/en/promotion/13031/Details/ Link to 3 year warranty http… Read More
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2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago
This has been previously posted but has dropped by a further £10 using code.

Link to cashback (£25)

https://h41201.www4.hp.com/WMCF.Web/uk/en/promotion/13031/Details/

Link to 3 year warranty

https://h41201.www4.hp.com/WMCF.Web/uk/en/promotion/4220/Details/

It includes up to 2 year's HP Instant Ink (longer if 50 page plan used) - made up of 3-month trial & £74 code.

2 months extra free for the Instant Ink trial can be obtained using the general code FREEINK and using a referral code when signing up for the trial.

WiFi / Apple AirPrint / Google Cloud Print

Colour print / copy / scan / fax

Automatic double-sided printing

4800 x 1200 dpi
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#1
Fax!
Great deal.
#2
FFS this just keeps getting cheaper :/ I got two at the £124.99 price. First one I needed so fair enough. Second one I got for the other home office as I thought it was such a good deal and ditched existing printer early, so that one stings a bit :(

Anyway very good printer and deal. £65 (after HP cashback) for few years printing and 3 year warranty on the HW, can't knock that. Don't forget to apply the FREEINK code and get a referral code of someone to get the extra free months. You can abuse those and print a shed load of pics :)

Edited By: Mentos on Apr 16, 2017 16:06
1 Like #3
Argos are selling HP all in one WiFi and fax printer 3531 for £34.99
[mod][Mod Team] 2 Likes #4
Comments removed, please do not share or ask for referrals.
1 Like #5
Duplex scanning functionality?
#6
westernise
Duplex scanning functionality?
Yes, it does both duplex scanning and printing.
#7
Fax . . . lol
#8
mikem1989
Fax . . . lol

Fax is common on business printers above a certain price.
1 Like #9
Is it good for photos?
#10
Official priced inks seem to be horrendously expensive! Amazon are charging £76 for a set of 4! I guess if I do buy this, once the 2 years are up, I'll probably get rid of the printer, or purchase them off eBay.
#11
AzNDeals
Official priced inks seem to be horrendously expensive! Amazon are charging £76 for a set of 4!
Keep in mind that these are XL cartridges, they can do up to 2,000 pages in black and 1,600 pages each for cyan, magenta and yellow.

Edited By: SUMMONER on Apr 16, 2017 18:34
#12
£89.99 at Amazon.
#13
gordo1964
£89.99 at Amazon.
In Currys: "It includes up to 2 year's HP Instant Ink (longer if 50 page plan used) - made up of 3-month trial & £74 code."
#14
SUMMONER
AzNDeals
Official priced inks seem to be horrendously expensive! Amazon are charging £76 for a set of 4!
Keep in mind that these are XL cartridges, they can do up to 2,000 pages in black and 1,600 pages each for cyan, magenta and yellow.


That's why I signed up for the £1.99 a month.
All my cartridges were almost empty and facing shelling out £80. Instead i just pay £1.99 a month.
1 Like #15
5% quidco at Curry's on HP printers. Also says 10% lower down so could be even better.
#16
twindy
All my cartridges were almost empty and facing shelling out £80. Instead i just pay £1.99 a month.
Totally, if all you want is 50/100pages a month HP Instant Ink is a no-brainer. Plus I assume that HP has to pay for all the ink that the printer wastes on cleaning the print heads. oO
#17
So if I buy this printer and sign up to the 50 page plan. I can print 50 pages a month for 3 years? Using the £74 credit.
#18
Excellent deal, my work colleague bought this last week says it is very impressive, I would have bought one, but it is quite a large printer and space is a premium
#19
Bargain.....HOT
#20
ministrymason
So if I buy this printer and sign up to the 50 page plan. I can print 50 pages a month for 3 years? Using the £74 credit.

37 months @ £1.99/ month (assuming they don't put the price up). Plus 3 months trial, plus 1 month with freeink code, plus 1 month with referral.

So upto 42 months potentially, with first 5 months trial being 300 pages/month.
#21
AzNDeals
Official priced inks seem to be horrendously expensive! Amazon are charging £76 for a set of 4! I guess if I do buy this, once the 2 years are up, I'll probably get rid of the printer, or purchase them off eBay.

Plan to get rid after credit is used. It's a decent printer, but from reviews it's on the over zealous side with the cleaning cycles. So unless you do lots of regular printing, you won't be getting the 2k pages out of those carts :/
#22
dyczko
Is it good for photos?

It's decent. And the bonus with instant ink is you pay per page, so pics are very cheap relative to other printers.

However, it's a 3 + black, for top quality lab equivalent you'll want a specialised photo printer. They tend to have 5 or more inks, but will cost more per print.
banned 1 Like #23
If you don't use everyday DO NOT BUY THIS. I've got an officejet printer irregular user. Even if you just want to scan a document it goes through the cleaning cycle, you can hear it wasting your ink it's heart wrenching. Turn it on cleans the jets, go to print...it cleans the jets...turn it off...it cleans the jets.

I worked out it was costing me £2 per page I printed. Stick with a laser if you're an irregular printer user.
#24
My HP6700 just won't work with non HP cartridges, it keeps telling me they are damaged or empty when that aren't. Not sure I would buy HP again
1 Like #25
MickKnipfler
My HP6700 just won't work with non HP cartridges, it keeps telling me they are damaged or empty when that aren't. Not sure I would buy HP again
Try updating the firmware to the latest version and the problem might go away.

HP apologises for ink-blocking update

Edited By: SUMMONER on Apr 17, 2017 08:55
#26
howdiefellas
If you don't use everyday DO NOT BUY THIS. I've got an officejet printer irregular user. Even if you just want to scan a document it goes through the cleaning cycle, you can hear it wasting your ink it's heart wrenching. Turn it on cleans the jets, go to print...it cleans the jets...turn it off...it cleans the jets.
I worked out it was costing me £2 per page I printed. Stick with a laser if you're an irregular printer user.


Can pay £1.99 per month for 50 pages regardless of how much ink it uses
#27
I bought this for £99.99 in last deal. I must admit it is an excellent printer and with £74 credit I can print 50 pages a month for more than 3 years. In other words printer would cost me one pound for over 3 years. Now its even bigger bargain as its gone cheaper.
#28
Thanks ordered:)
#29
Bought this on 31 March - anyone knows if they would price-match themselves, and refund the difference vs the old price?
2 Likes #30
Thanks for posting, well pleased with the printer. Picked up one from store this morning. Quoted the 10% code so got it for £89.99, no issues instore. All connected to Instant Ink and have 5 months free, the 3 month trial it came with and the additional 2 months from using the referral code and FREEINK so no payment required until the 17 September then the £74 credit is there from then on. Cashback claim is in and was easy to do so £69.99 net cost and the free ink, a no brainer.
#31
Just picked one up and it's claiming that it's not eligible for Instant Ink which is odd. Typically HP Support isn't open today either. :(
#32
HP 8620 which is older model seems better than this because printing and scanning speeds are faster.
#33
Cost of printing is irrelevant if you sign up for the instant ink after the end of the promotional period. Is my assumption correct. Thanks
1 Like #34
imtaz786
Cost of printing is irrelevant if you sign up for the instant ink after the end of the promotional period. Is my assumption correct. Thanks
So long as one of the plans is feasible for your usage scenario, otherwise I would buy generic/refurbished cartridges.
http://s25.postimg.org/e71xcewrz/hpinstantink.jpg
4. Rollover allows unused pages in a month to be placed in a rollover account and then applied to pages in excess of your monthly allowance. The rollover account balance is limited to a maximum of your monthly service plan pages (e.g: £1.99 plan 50 pages = 50 page rollover maximum).

Edited By: SUMMONER on Apr 17, 2017 19:26: ..
1 Like #35
For those finding that printers won't accept compatible cartridges, there is supposed to be a hack. You go into settings and press restore default settings. You might have to put the original starter cartridges, then your compatible ones. Should then work.
#36
Had trouble ordering an hour ago as the system wouldn't let me press 'next' after entering my address details.

Tried again just now and it's out of stock. Typical.
#37
Got one fine, do you have to use the included cartridges to do the instant ink as I think they need to be installed to set it up? If so aren't you essentially 'paying' twice as it's using cartridges that you'd already have?
#38
dcx_badass
Got one fine, do you have to use the included cartridges to do the instant ink as I think they need to be installed to set it up? If so aren't you essentially 'paying' twice as it's using cartridges that you'd already have?
lol, that is very true. I guess that is why you get the first 3 months of printing up to 300 pages a month for "free". oO

The included cartridges are up to 745 pages black and 400 pages each for cyan, magenta and yellow (@ 5% coverage).

Edited By: SUMMONER on Apr 17, 2017 22:29: ..
#39
Got it working earlier after giving up trying to sign up on the Mac and went back to IE11 on Windows. Just need to try to line up the paper correctly in the tray now as the guides are pretty poor and have no markings for paper size other than envelopes.
#40
mrcoyote
Just picked one up and it's claiming that it's not eligible for Instant Ink which is odd. Typically HP Support isn't open today either. :(
Have you picked up the correct model number ??? It should pick it up during the registration process. Mine all went through smoothly and I already have received my first supply of Inks

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