HP 8715 all in one printer/scanner with 2 years ink, £25 cashback and 3 year warranty, £124.99 (£99.99 after cashback) at Currys
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HP 8715 all in one printer/scanner with 2 years ink, £25 cashback and 3 year warranty, £124.99 (£99.99 after cashback) at Currys

£124.99
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Found 2nd MarMade hot 2nd Mar
Originally posted by gemgem123 but has since dropped £25

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Link to cashback (£25)

h41201.www4.hp.com/WMC…ls/

Link to free 3 year warranty

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Up to 2 years worth of ink included

"The HP Instant Ink package for this printer includes a three-month trial and a £74 code that can be redeemed on any plan – plans start from £1.99 per month for 50 pages."

So depending of your monthly printing will last from less than a year for up to 3 years (supposedly, doesn't state if credit expires)

£1.99 month plan, 50 pages, £24/year
£4.49 month plan, 100 pages, £42/year
£7.99 month plan, 300 pages, £96/year

EDIT - Also 1 month's extra free ink with code FREEINK and possibly another month with a referral code

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When activating the instant ink trial, use code FREEINK for an extra free month and if you find/ask for a referral code to use you get another extra free month.

cheers for this

Almost bought this at £149. Glad I waited - just ordered. Mostly need this for working from home. Don't have space for a colour laser with a sheet fed scanner. Price makes this a no-brainer.
Edited by: "Andy1179" 2nd Mar

ordered! Thanks OP! Cheers

Thanks OP, great deal, this has a dual side auto feed scanner, saves a lot of time scanning in letters.

Wonder if they'd credit back the £10 for any of us that purchased it earlier?

OP you may want to update the description to mention the FREEINK code and the possibility of using a referral code aswell.

Also the fact you can switch up a plan instantly, and going down takes effect from the next month. So select the top plan for the free months and then switch down once it starts using the credit. You can always switch up if you are going to go over the plan limit. That way you only pay the higher rate for the months you will actually print 300 pages and can stay on the 50 or 100 page plan based on your normal usage.

I went for the 100 pages but my free trial is 300 pages per month so perhaps it defaults to maximum for the trial. My only complaint is that I'm still waiting for my ink to be delivered and it was shipped 8 days ago....been empty for the past 3 days....good job it's not my only printer.
Edited by: "twinkle" 2nd Mar

Hi, am being thick. But what's the instant free ink about? In lay mans terms anyone?

Thanks in advance

Original Poster

With the printer you can register for HP instant ink which means you get ink cartridges delivered automatically

jamiethind

Hi, am being thick. But what's the instant free ink about? In lay mans … Hi, am being thick. But what's the instant free ink about? In lay mans terms anyone? Thanks in advance



https://instantink.hpconnected.com/faq

Essentially instead of paying for the ink cartridges HP ships them to you and instead bills you based on the number of pages you print. You can print anything from a single speck to a full colour picture, it all counts as 1 page.

The options are

£1.99/month for 50 pages/month (extra pages £1 for 15)
£3.49/month for 100 pages/month (extra pages £1 for 20)
£7.99/month for 300 pages a month (extra pages £1 for 25)

Unused pages carry over to the next month, upto your plan limit (i.e. if you're on the 50 page plan, you can have upto 50 unused pages in your roll over allotment).

You can switch plans/cancel at any time. Switching up a plan takes effect immediately, going down takes effect from the next month. So say you pick the £1.99 plan and you're going to print a lot this month, you can switch up to the 100 or 300 page plan and avoid the extra page charges (based on how many extra you will print and which way works out cheaper).

This printer comes with 3 months free trial on the 300/month plan, plus £74 credit. You can also get two further months free by getting someone thats already an instant ink customer to give you a referral and entering the FREEINK code when you sign up. So in all 5 months free on 300/month plan, plus £74 credit to apply against any of the other plans after that.

You can probably judge by your own usage if its worth it. If you print pics, or a lot of docs it probably is. However, even for low usage customers, you end up wasting a lot of ink due to printer "cleaning" cycles, so it could still be worth it.

In our case its for business, so we can reclaim the VAT, bringing it down to ~£83. We'll probably get just over 2 years with the 5 free months and £74 credit. And over that period we'd probably spend a similar amount on ink. So effectively a free printer and worry free printing for two years


Edited by: "Mentos" 2nd Mar

We've been an instank ink customer for a little over a year now - and can say it's been a hassle free experience that's saved us loads.

Be warned though, when we joined and priced it up it made excellent sense for us as the large majority of our printing is full a4 pages of colour hi-res photos. As instank ink counts one page the same regardless of how much inlks used if your only printing text / forms etc then it's nowhere near as good value.


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Hi, was hoping for some advice. Been looking at this compared to the hp envy printers. We need a printer for home use (kids home work and occasional printing) and would probably go for the £1.99 per month, 50 page instant ink. As far as I can tell this is a better printer and over time (2-3 years) works out cheaper than the envy printers. I notice that this uses separate cartridges for colour printing whereas the envy printers use just one colour cartridge. Does this mean that it will produce better photo printing results? Also, I'm a little concerned that we may have problems with ink drying up if printing less than 50 pages per month? Any help really would be appreciated, thanks

Edited by: "ptspen" 2nd Mar

ptspen

Hi, was hoping for some advice. Been looking at this compared to the hp … Hi, was hoping for some advice. Been looking at this compared to the hp envy printers. We need a printer for home use (kids home work and occasional printing) and would probably go for the £1.99 per month, 50 page instant ink. As far as I can tell this is a better printer and over time (2-3 years) works out cheaper than the envy printers. I notice that this uses separate cartridges for colour printing whereas the envy printers use just one colour cartridge. Does this mean that it will produce better photo printing results? Also, I'm a little concerned that we may have problems with ink drying up if printing less than 50 pages per month? Any help really would be appreciated, thanks



Presuming you use a referral code and the FREEINK code, with the £74 credit you'd end up with 42 months of printing included (5 months free + 37 months @ £1.99). I'd probably go for this over the Envy printers. You won't have to worry about ink drying up, thats HP's problem while you're on the plan.

Also, all else being equal separate cartridges are considered better as theres less wastage. For example on a combined cartridge when one colour goes you're effectively forced to throw away the unused ink in the other colours.
Edited by: "Mentos" 2nd Mar

Mentos

Presuming you use a referral code and the FREEINK code, with the £74 … Presuming you use a referral code and the FREEINK code, with the £74 credit you'd end up with 42 months of printing included (5 months free + 37 months @ £1.99). I'd probably go for this over the Envy printers. You won't have to worry about ink drying up, thats HP's problem while you're on the plan.Also, all else being equal separate cartridges are considered better as theres less wastage. For example on a combined cartridge when one colour goes you're effectively forced to throw away the unused ink in the other colours.


Thanks so much for taking the time to respond, really appreciate the advice!

Mentos

https://instantink.hpconnected.com/faqEssentially instead of paying for … https://instantink.hpconnected.com/faqEssentially instead of paying for the ink cartridges HP ships them to you and instead bills you based on the number of pages you print. You can print anything from a single speck to a full colour picture, it all counts as 1 page.The options are£1.99/month for 50 pages/month (extra pages £1 for 15)£3.49/month for 100 pages/month (extra pages £1 for 20)£7.99/month for 300 pages a month (extra pages £1 for 25)Unused pages carry over to the next month, upto your plan limit (i.e. if you're on the 50 page plan, you can have upto 50 unused pages in your roll over allotment). You can switch plans/cancel at any time. Switching up a plan takes effect immediately, going down takes effect from the next month. So say you pick the £1.99 plan and you're going to print a lot this month, you can switch up to the 100 or 300 page plan and avoid the extra page charges (based on how many extra you will print and which way works out cheaper).This printer comes with 3 months free trial on the 300/month plan, plus £74 credit. You can also get two further months free by getting someone thats already an instant ink customer to give you a referral and entering the FREEINK code when you sign up. So in all 5 months free on 300/month plan, plus £74 credit to apply against any of the other plans after that.You can probably judge by your own usage if its worth it. If you print pics, or a lot of docs it probably is. However, even for low usage customers, you end up wasting a lot of ink due to printer "cleaning" cycles, so it could still be worth it.In our case its for business, so we can reclaim the VAT, bringing it down to ~£83. We'll probably get just over 2 years with the 5 free months and £74 credit. And over that period we'd probably spend a similar amount on ink. So effectively a free printer and worry free printing for two years



Many thanks!

Thanks for this, have purchased

Mentos

Wonder if they'd credit back the £10 for any of us that purchased it … Wonder if they'd credit back the £10 for any of us that purchased it earlier?



I phoned them up and they credited me the difference between today's price and the £149 I bought it at.

nick88

I phoned them up and they credited me the difference between today's … I phoned them up and they credited me the difference between today's price and the £149 I bought it at.



Interesting, thanks for sharing this. It would be good if could post this on this other thread hotukdeals.com/dea…947 so that people there might see it. Cheers

nick88

I phoned them up and they credited me the difference between today's … I phoned them up and they credited me the difference between today's price and the £149 I bought it at.



Thanks, I emailed them but havent heard back. Hopefully they will credit me also.

Quite happy with the printer and deal so bought one for home office as well. Will only need the 50 page plan, so with 5 months free and 37 months using the credit gives me 3.5 years of printing Plus I can refer myself from my other account and get another free month on the first printer
Edited by: "Mentos" 3rd Mar

Picked one of these up today from my local PCWorld. Had it set up in 5 minutes, installed the drivers, registered for the Instant Ink Free trial - found if you use the code FREEINK when you register, your first month you can print up to 300 pages for free regardless of which level of the Instant Ink subscription you pick!

Has some nice touches like you can set it to scan to email specific email addresses, it gives the printer its own email address so you can email attachments to that address and it just prints them.

Even lets you sent a photo on Facebook Messenger and it'll print it for you

Going to pick one up this morning, thanks op! With regards to the £25 cashback from Hp does it matter if it's purchased instore rather than online? It seems to suggest you need to submit an electronic copy of the invoice, so not sure if a scanned copy of the till receipt will be ok? Thanks

ptspen

Going to pick one up this morning, thanks op! With regards to the £25 … Going to pick one up this morning, thanks op! With regards to the £25 cashback from Hp does it matter if it's purchased instore rather than online? It seems to suggest you need to submit an electronic copy of the invoice, so not sure if a scanned copy of the till receipt will be ok? Thanks


A scanned copy is fine:
3. To take advantage of the promotion, customers must complete the online claim form, and attach proof of purchase in the form of the sellers invoice, via scan or email attachment. Proof of order or dispatch note will not be accepted. The sellers invoice must clearly show the customer details, HP part code of the qualifying products purchased, the purchase price and the date of purchase.

zabada

A scanned copy is fine:3. To take advantage of the promotion, customers … A scanned copy is fine:3. To take advantage of the promotion, customers must complete the online claim form, and attach proof of purchase in the form of the sellers invoice, via scan or email attachment. Proof of order or dispatch note will not be accepted. The sellers invoice must clearly show the customer details, HP part code of the qualifying products purchased, the purchase price and the date of purchase.


Thanks for the reply, do you know if currys / pc world give invoices stating these details or just till receipts?

ptspen

Thanks for the reply, do you know if currys / pc world give invoices … Thanks for the reply, do you know if currys / pc world give invoices stating these details or just till receipts?


Sorry, not sure but I would think it should be fine as clearly you will have bought the printer from one of the biggest retailers, and you can't control what a receipt has or hasn't got on it!

zabada

Sorry, not sure but I would think it should be fine as clearly you will … Sorry, not sure but I would think it should be fine as clearly you will have bought the printer from one of the biggest retailers, and you can't control what a receipt has or hasn't got on it!


Cheers for the reply, will check in store but sounds like it should be ok

ptspen

Cheers for the reply, will check in store but sounds like it should be ok



I just scanned my PC World receipt - funnily enough, using the all-in-one i'd just set up

Don't forget to sign up for the 3 year warranty as well - you can use the same scanned receipt for both I believe.

andycodling

I just scanned my PC World receipt - funnily enough, using the all-in-one … I just scanned my PC World receipt - funnily enough, using the all-in-one i'd just set up :DDon't forget to sign up for the 3 year warranty as well - you can use the same scanned receipt for both I believe.


Great thanks, picked the printer up this morning, it's a bit of a beast!

Any recommendations for photo paper? Any hot deal?

Excellent printer, top class printing. Easy to set up if tech savvy. Great find op. Well done and thanks!

jamiethind

Any recommendations for photo paper? Any hot deal?



Keep an eye out. Deals seem pop up periodically. Its a decent photo printer, but not the best.

If you're looking for "lab quality" prints you need to get one of the specialist 6 ink printers. However, IMO for residential use the case for those printers is questionable. I wonder how many people can really hit the sweet spot where they become viable on an economic/convenience basis. I think most would be better of using something like this for casual prints of pictures and sending off for top quality prints.

I certainly think its a great printer, especially with the Instant Ink credit. But just wanted to clarify for those that are expecting top end photo prints from it.
Edited by: "Mentos" 5th Mar

Just setting up the instant ink subscription, can I select the highest number of pages for the 3 month trial then reduce to the basic 50 pages when using the £74 credit? Thanks

ptspen

Just setting up the instant ink subscription, can I select the highest … Just setting up the instant ink subscription, can I select the highest number of pages for the 3 month trial then reduce to the basic 50 pages when using the £74 credit? Thanks


yes you can downgrade anytime and it will take effect from the next month/billing cycle.

Edited by: "zabada" 5th Mar

zabada

yes you can downgrade anytime and it will take effect from the next … yes you can downgrade anytime and it will take effect from the next month/billing cycle.


Great so I can change the plan anytime even though I'm using the credit? Thanks so much

ptspen

Great so I can change the plan anytime even though I'm using the credit? … Great so I can change the plan anytime even though I'm using the credit? Thanks so much


Correct
Edited by: "zabada" 5th Mar

ptspen

Great so I can change the plan anytime even though I'm using the credit? … Great so I can change the plan anytime even though I'm using the credit? Thanks so much



Yes I spoke to them and confirmed this specifically, while sorting out the missing £74 voucher.

Thanks to all for your help, printer is now setup with instant ink trial, warranty etc. I do have one more question. The question mark light is on and I have no idea why. Has anyone else had this?

Excellent printer, top class printing. Easy to set up if tech savvy. Great find op. Well done and thanks!

Second printer arrived, the £74 voucher was in the box this time And referred myself from my other printers account so that I got another free month on the first printer aswell
Edited by: "Mentos" 6th Mar

Would anyone who purchased this printer be able to kindly tell me where abouts they found the 74£ voucher. It is probs me being stupid but for the life of me i cant find it anywhere. Thanks
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