Canon MG2950 All in one Printer With Built-in Wi-Fi £29 (free C&C on £30) @ Tesco Direct
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Canon MG2950 All in one Printer With Built-in Wi-Fi £29 (free C&C on £30) @ Tesco Direct

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Found 4th Mar 2016
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The Canon Pixma MG2950 features built-in Wi-Fi, allowing wireless printing! The Pixma MG2950 makes printing from your smartphone, tablet, camera or computer a doddle. Simply connect, copy, print and scan.

The compact all-in-one printer has a space-saving design that fits almost anywhere, and with a print resolution of up to 4,800dpi it delivers vivid colours and sharp text at speed.

The cartridges are convenient and easy to change, and the Pixma Printing Solutions app (Easy Photo Print+) lets you get creative and design and print greeting cards, photo collages and much more.

Ink cartridge included. Size: H19.2, W48, D37.1cm.
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Similar price(£29.99) at currys and pc world
Edited by: "umm3" 4th Mar 2016
I got this from Argos for same price few months back
I got this from Argos for same price few months back
umm3

Similar price(£29.99) at currys and pc world



... Delivered to your home, or work address for FREE.

These Tesco Click & Collect deals are ridiculous, especially now they have the £30 spend limit.
Any cheap cartridges for tgis model?
How clever Tesco. £29!
Gollywood

How clever Tesco. £29!



Exactly! £1 under the £30 spend. (_;)

I refuse to shop at Tesco now they charge you to collect your order, not only they charge for delivery, they also charge you to make your own way to one of their stores to collect your order.

The next time you are in a Tesco store and want to buy a certain product, but that said product is out of stock. The Tesco staff member will advise you that the product can be ordered into store from the Tesco Direct website, this means Tesco are charging their customers to delivery their own stock into their stores.

What is wrong with the large Tesco lorries bringing their stock automatically to replenish their shelves?

Edited by: "Da11as" 4th Mar 2016
not got very good reviews on Amazon

Could anyone recommend a wireless printer under £50?

Edited by: "mugglesquop" 4th Mar 2016
Da11as

Exactly! £1 under the £30 spend. (_;)I refuse to shop at Tesco now they c … Exactly! £1 under the £30 spend. (_;)I refuse to shop at Tesco now they charge you to collect your order, not only they charge for delivery, they also charge you to make your own way to one of their stores to collect your order. The next time you are in a Tesco store and want to buy a certain product, but that said product is out of stock. The Tesco staff member will advise you that the product can be ordered into store from the Tesco Direct website, this means Tesco are charging their customers to delivery their own stock into their stores.What is wrong with the large Tesco lorries bringing their stock automatically to replenish the shelves?



​I won't refuse to shop at Tesco but I have stopped ordering for C&C because I have never bought anything over £30 & wont start now. Its not a case of not wanting to pay for delivery because these are store deliveries that they were already making!!

I'm sure in the long run Tesco will lose out.

That's the price they will pay for being so arrogant in recent years

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I dont mind paying for delivery if I really want the product, and the delivery rates are reasonable.

But! I refuse to be charged to collect my product in person, I have to make my own way to the store, that is my time and my fuel costs, why am I being charged to walk into one of the Tesco stores to collect my order?

Retailers that offer free C&C and free delivery to either a home or a work address is the way to go.
Edited by: "Da11as" 4th Mar 2016
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Gollywood

​I won't refuse to shop at Tesco but I have stopped ordering for C&C b … ​I won't refuse to shop at Tesco but I have stopped ordering for C&C because I have never bought anything over £30 & wont start now. Its not a case of not wanting to pay for delivery because these are store deliveries that they were already making!!I'm sure in the long run Tesco will lose out.That's the price they will pay for being so arrogant in recent yearsi



Could order something to take over the 30 quid and return at collection.
We need to give Tesco a break. They only upped the order limit slightly from nothing to 30 quid. insignificant rise really.
And really we should still feel sorry for them, getting found out about fiddling all their suppliers and driving dairy farmers to the ground to make a few more million. It's wall street all over again in the Tesco back offices.
Oh, and I guess I forgot to add that they are now fiddling all their staff to make up the shortfall.
wilkos have it for thirty quid
fireman1

We need to give Tesco a break. They only upped the order limit slightly … We need to give Tesco a break. They only upped the order limit slightly from nothing to 30 quid. insignificant rise really.And really we should still feel sorry for them, getting found out about fiddling all their suppliers and driving dairy farmers to the ground to make a few more million. It's wall street all over again in the Tesco back offices.



Just add a small item, and you get free c+c. What's the big deal?

GDB2222

Just add a small item, and you get free c+c. What's the big deal?


Principle and cost, mainly.
Although I would certainly consider it and can see the point of ordering extra item to return when collecting, not everyone wants the hassle of ordering extra items and then hanging around while you go through rigmarole of returning
manchestman

Principle and cost, mainly. Although I would certainly consider it and … Principle and cost, mainly. Although I would certainly consider it and can see the point of ordering extra item to return when collecting, not everyone wants the hassle of ordering extra items and then hanging around while you go through rigmarole of returning



What I meant was adding an item that you might actually want! So, you can buy this printer from Currys for £30, or you can get it plus say a small kitchen item for £30 from Tesco. So, on the face of it, Tesco is better value. And yet, some people are moaning ....
Edited by: "GDB2222" 5th Mar 2016
inkjet printer is trouble and costly to run. Had so many bad experience with different models.

Much happier with laser printer.

Not touching inkjet no matter how cheap the printer is. Running costs will sting you anyway due to ink dry out.
Edited by: "huangxq2" 5th Mar 2016
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hechizero

Cheaper @amazon … Cheaper @amazon http://www.amazon.co.uk/Canon-PIXMA-MG2450-All-in-One-Printer/dp/B00EVRT7CK/ref=sr_1_4?



That one is the MG2450 which isn't wireless like the MG2950
Heat, but will order from Currys.

Collection is a pain at our store. Last week I went to the unmanned counter, rang the bell several times, waited, went to customer services and was promised I would be attended to, waited, then left without my order. Not really worth paying £3 to wait around for over 10 minutes.

To be fair, the title of this deal should also include the C&C cost in the same way that Amazon Prime deals have to include postage for non-Prime members.
Picked one of these up for the in-laws from PC world for £27 after adding 10% retiree discount.
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