HP 364 ink cartridges - £17.98 for 2 packs @ Sainsburys instore
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HP 364 ink cartridges - £17.98 for 2 packs @ Sainsburys instore

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Found 5th Sep 2013
HP 364 genuine ink cartridges found instore for 70% off. Originally £31.97 and scanned cheaper than shelf price at £17.98 for 2 packs. Found instore at sainsburys quarry wood, Aylesford, Kent. Website still shoes normal price. These are cheaper than what they are selling 1 single cartridge for!!

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Bargain if you can find any, thanks.

Just to confirm, is this the combo pack 1 x cyan, 1 x magenta, 1 x yellow & 1 x black as per your picture, or individual cartridges?
Edited by: "davej1710" 5th Sep 2013

Just phoned my 2 local stores but unfortunately they are still full price.
Great price - hope others are able to find some.

Original Poster

davej yes, the picture was taken instore which is the ones I bought. 1 of each colour as you've mentioned.
If I could figure out how to upload a picture now I would post a photo of receipt.

Or just by a continuous ink supply system and pay a fraction of the cost of cartridges.

Not reduced in my store unfortunately :-(

they were reduced in the Sunderland Sainsburys but unfortunately there are none left

dappodan1

Or just by a continuous ink supply system and pay a fraction of the cost … Or just by a continuous ink supply system and pay a fraction of the cost of cartridges.



Debatable. We have used several versions of a CIS at work (I'm a graphic designer so need a decent setup) on several different photo printers and found them sadly to be a waste of money. Doesn't matter what price - cheap or expensive, the ink has leaked, the quality isn't anywhere near own brand, blockages, the colours weaker or inaccurate and so on. Followed instructions to the letter. We've spent years trying to get a decent one but no luck. Maybe others have had better results or some of the downsides don't matter compared to the cost, but I'd avoid them from my experiences. The high cost of ink annoys us all but sad to say I'd still stay with manufacturer branded cartridges personally.

davej1710

Debatable. We have used several versions of a CIS at work (I'm a graphic … Debatable. We have used several versions of a CIS at work (I'm a graphic designer so need a decent setup) on several different photo printers and found them sadly to be a waste of money. Doesn't matter what price - cheap or expensive, the ink has leaked, the quality isn't anywhere near own brand, blockages, the colours weaker or inaccurate and so on. Followed instructions to the letter. We've spent years trying to get a decent one but no luck. Maybe others have had better results or some of the downsides don't matter compared to the cost, but I'd avoid them from my experiences. The high cost of ink annoys us all but sad to say I'd still stay with manufacturer branded cartridges personally.



Agree that for specialist graphic design and photo printing then you should avoid but for simply printing text e.g. Boarding passes, kids home work, ordr confirmations etc then a CISS will be more tha adequate for most peoples needs

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