Free dymo label manager with a purchase of 5 rolls of tape
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Free dymo label manager with a purchase of 5 rolls of tape

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Expires on 30/04/2018Found 14th Mar
Not used these particular models but I do have a 450 and a 4XL from previous rather good deals on here. Great bits of kit.

Anyway, seems at the moment you can either get 50% off the cost of a labelmanager printer or get one free if you buy 5 rolls of tape. The tapes start at £7 on amazon so £35 for 5 rolls and a printer (the most expensive printer is worth about £60). Labels here:

amazon.co.uk/Lab…WP/
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Scummy seller has now put the labels up to £8 each. Greedy.
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    I’m waiting for an offer in the 4XL. Hope they have one again soon!
    Currently Amazon are showing a promotion of ‘5% off a purchase of three items’ as well, so possibly £33.95 all in! 👌🏻
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    ministrymason1 m ago

    I’m waiting for an offer in the 4XL. Hope they have one again soon!


    Used my 4XL only this morning to print a shipping label, great device and even better for the price I ended up paying
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    marshall-stephens2 m ago

    Currently Amazon are showing a promotion of ‘5% off a purchase of three i …Currently Amazon are showing a promotion of ‘5% off a purchase of three items’ as well, so possibly £33.95 all in! 👌🏻


    Good spot, says 5% off each if 3 or more, so potentially £33.25?
    Stupid question time

    1) Are the labels, in the linked Amazon listing compatible with all printers listed in the offer?
    2) Can anyone recommend which would be best to claim out of the listed models? I was thinking the PnP but would it be a hassle needing a machine to print a label? It seems great for shipping labels or are the others capable?
    Edited by: "M0nk3h" 14th Mar
    Hot for the deal but not for me - I'm boring as I like the "old fashioned" 400 label printer which has served me well, ever since I bought it on a similar offer way back when Noah was a lad.
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    cibarious1 m ago

    Hot for the deal but not for me - I'm boring as I like the "old fashioned" …Hot for the deal but not for me - I'm boring as I like the "old fashioned" 400 label printer which has served me well, ever since I bought it on a similar offer way back when Noah was a lad.


    I still have the 450 from the deal about 7 years back, possibly even longer? Bulletproof, used at least once a week.
    tek-monkey35 m ago

    Used my 4XL only this morning to print a shipping label, great device and …Used my 4XL only this morning to print a shipping label, great device and even better for the price I ended up paying


    How much was it? Exact reason I want.
    tek-monkey59 m ago

    Good spot, says 5% off each if 3 or more, so potentially £33.25?


    I wasn’t sure if the discount would be applied for the first three only, or entire order, so I played it safe - but even better if entire order.
    What’s the best printer to grab in this deal?
    I'll definitely be taking up this offer too.
    Have the OG 450 + 4XL from the previous offers. Bulletproof machines.

    What's the differences between the 280 and 360D?
    Edited by: "FireOnAWire" 14th Mar
    marshall-stephens14th Mar

    Currently Amazon are showing a promotion of ‘5% off a purchase of three i …Currently Amazon are showing a promotion of ‘5% off a purchase of three items’ as well, so possibly £33.95 all in! 👌🏻


    Those are not sold by Amazon themselves so I doubt it'll be eligible.
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    FireOnAWire22 m ago

    Those are not sold by Amazon themselves so I doubt it'll be eligible.


    When you claim there is an option of 'Other', so possibly any retailer counts?
    If you want the cheapest label printer but don't have a need for the unusual white-on-black labels, it might work out marginally cheaper to just use the alternative 50% off promotion to buy the printer and buy some cheap third party labels.
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    paul_merton12 m ago

    If you want the cheapest label printer but don't have a need for the …If you want the cheapest label printer but don't have a need for the unusual white-on-black labels, it might work out marginally cheaper to just use the alternative 50% off promotion to buy the printer and buy some cheap third party labels.


    I hadn't realised it was white on black, how odd!
    Tape in the OP is now 8 quid each.
    Power of HUKD
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    Steveyorkie14th Mar

    Tape in the OP is now 8 quid each. Power of HUKD


    Yup, will have had a lot of hits I guess so they jacked it up. Dunno about actual sales though, anyone order? I haven't, not sure I need it.
    If you buy labels sold directly by Amazon, there's plenty of time left on the promotion to get them via Subscribe & Save, thus getting 15% off.

    If you don't currently have any subscriptions, you can add each label separately to get the full 5-item 15% discount.
    Had the labels in my basket to buy later on today, but now the seller can get stuffed.
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    Wonder if warehouse deals would count?
    tek-monkey2 h, 6 m ago

    When you claim there is an option of 'Other', so possibly any retailer …When you claim there is an option of 'Other', so possibly any retailer counts?


    I would think 'other' would mean an actual retailer rather than a 3rd party seller.
    Cheers OP just claimed a 280 & 360D.
    (Max 2 claims per person).

    paul_merton9 h, 15 m ago

    If you buy labels sold directly by Amazon, there's plenty of time left on …If you buy labels sold directly by Amazon, there's plenty of time left on the promotion to get them via Subscribe & Save, thus getting 15% off.If you don't currently have any subscriptions, you can add each label separately to get the full 5-item 15% discount.


    All 5 labels need to be in a single order/on the same invoice.
    Edited by: "FireOnAWire" 15th Mar
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    cibarious23 h, 25 m ago

    Hot for the deal but not for me - I'm boring as I like the "old fashioned" …Hot for the deal but not for me - I'm boring as I like the "old fashioned" 400 label printer which has served me well, ever since I bought it on a similar offer way back when Noah was a lad.


    Turns out it was about 6 1/2 years ago:

    hotukdeals.com/dea…438
    tek-monkey6 m ago

    Think mine cost about £40, some got it for as low as …Think mine cost about £40, some got it for as low as £35:https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/buy-dymo-labels-get-a-free-label-printer-total-cost-lw450-1916-4xl-3353-450-duo-3832-2780257


    Annoying. It’s like £200 now ha
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    ministrymason6 m ago

    Annoying. It’s like £200 now ha


    Yeah, bit of a change! Mine is hardly used TBH, but when I do it's really useful. The older 450 gets loads of use though, my OH has it in her shop. In fact half her shop equipment came from this site!
    OK. So what’s the best way of getting this deal for fellow HUKD members?
    I've already had my order accepted. Not to wait for the machines

    marshall-stephens4 h, 25 m ago

    OK. So what’s the best way of getting this deal for fellow HUKD members?


    Buy the labels directly from Amazon (not 3rd party seller). The total should come to around £40.

    Then fill out the form on the Dymo website and attach your Amazon invoice.
    I used my initial order confirmation e-mail from Amazon as proof of purchase (you have to wait for them to be dispatched if you want an actual invoice), all verified within 24 hours, and now I've had an update with a tracking number for UPS with an estimated delivery date of 4th April...what a shame I cancelled my order and bought compatible labels from eBay at £3-4 each.
    marshall-stephens30th Mar

    I used my initial order confirmation e-mail from Amazon as proof of …I used my initial order confirmation e-mail from Amazon as proof of purchase (you have to wait for them to be dispatched if you want an actual invoice), all verified within 24 hours, and now I've had an update with a tracking number for UPS with an estimated delivery date of 4th April...what a shame I cancelled my order and bought compatible labels from eBay at £3-4 each.


    Which label maker did you get?
    ministrymason4 h, 29 m ago

    Which label maker did you get?


    I went for the 280, it looked as though it would be easier to hold, apparently has a better screen, and I liked that you could hook it up to a computer as well.
    marshall-stephens56 m ago

    I went for the 280, it looked as though it would be easier to hold, …I went for the 280, it looked as though it would be easier to hold, apparently has a better screen, and I liked that you could hook it up to a computer as well.


    How much did the labels cost?
    ministrymason28 m ago

    How much did the labels cost?


    From Amazon, about £55 for all of them, but they varied dramatically in price from £7-£15 each and it changes daily it seems - these I cancelled.

    The compatible labels on eBay were about £3-4 each for the 9mm, I can’t remember at this moment who I bought from, but just search for ‘Dymo D1 Compatible Labels’ and you should find there’s quite a selection.

    It seems as though Dymo had narrowed down which colours/sizes were accepted on the offer (they have a list on their T&Cs), but through eBay you can so much more, including gold and silver too!
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