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LEXMARK Photo Printer 0 £29.99 @ Aldi

£29.99 @ ALDI
Great deal instore at ALDI tomorrow (Thursday)! Lexmark Photo Printer, I believe is the Lexmark P350. On the web can be found anywhere from £40 to £90. ALDI price £29.99! This is my first …
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9y, 11m agoFound 9 years, 11 months ago
Great deal instore at ALDI tomorrow (Thursday)!

Lexmark Photo Printer, I believe is the Lexmark P350.

On the web can be found anywhere from £40 to £90.

ALDI price £29.99!

This is my first post, but surely this is undesputadly a good deal!

Thursday 29th March is the start date, stores open at 9am. Expect these to sell like hot cakes, or another similiar fast selling tasty treat.
- Bwooce
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#1
Thanks for the post Bwooce and a warm welcome to the HUKD forums. I like hot cakes :p
#2
Good deal and welcome.
#3
Be prepared to pay high prices for cartridges though! Go for a Canon or Epson instead.
#4
cheap and nasty this one..;-)
#5
The cartridges probably cost more than the printer
#6
This is a good proce but I would NEVER buy a Lexmark printer. The printer may cost £29.99 but it will probably be about £27.99 to buy a new colour cartridge for it and about £24.99 for a black cartridge.

I would always go for an Epson as they may be more expensive to start off with but you can get cartridges for as little as £1.99 which makes a huge difference overall.
#7
Echo all the anti-lexmark comments above.
The cartridges will literally cost about the same as the printer - the price of a printer should be judged on it's lifetime, not it's purchase cost - and as said, Epson are the best to go for.
#8
all valid comments, however Lexmark do a photo pack which is 100 photo sheets AND a cartridge. All for £20, which is 20p a photo, pretty average for a photo printer.

I know what you mean about Lexmark though, I have their all in one printer and the cartridges for that are about £25.

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