HP deskjet 2620 all in one printer with 3 month HP instant ink trial £19.99 when you buy laptop, tablet, desktop or mac @ PC World
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HP deskjet 2620 all in one printer with 3 month HP instant ink trial £19.99 when you buy laptop, tablet, desktop or mac @ PC World

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Found 11th Feb
2892812.jpgI apologise in advance if this is not ok, this is my first deal and perhaps it could help someone.

Long story short, went into Curry's to get the HP envy 5546 posted earlier and saw in-store that this model is not part of their 10% discounted printers range, but the small print mentioned this is 19.99 with the promotion.
Asked the guys in-store what promotion is this and they were clueless, checked the price for me and applied one of the available promotions and price went down to 19.99, can't complain for the price plus you get the 3 month HP instant ink trial.

Should be ok for occasional light home duties.
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Never-ending free 15 pages / month for this 2620 model indicated by HP here: instantink.hpconnected.com/uk/en although HP will hit you for 10p/sheet charged in £1 increments above that monthly allowance during any month that the freebie allowance is exceeded.
Cheers for posting. Price is £26 after applying the discount is it not??
It’s £19.99 when bought with a Mac, desktop or laptop or it’s 10% until Monday
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Robert_Thomas17 m ago

It’s £19.99 when bought with a Mac, desktop or laptop or it’s 10% until Mo …It’s £19.99 when bought with a Mac, desktop or laptop or it’s 10% until Monday [Image] [Image]


Yeap, except the small print on the first board says this printer is excluded from the 10% offer and the guys in store did not know what promotion the small print refers to, so they just added a discount on the price and told me price goes to 19.99 without having to purchase the Mac, desktop or any tablet.
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traienuts55 m ago

Yeap, except the small print on the first board says this printer is …Yeap, except the small print on the first board says this printer is excluded from the 10% offer and the guys in store did not know what promotion the small print refers to, so they just added a discount on the price and told me price goes to 19.99 without having to purchase the Mac, desktop or any tablet.[Image]


I think your lucky. As if you check the website you do get the 10%. pcworld.co.uk/gbuk/computing-accessories/printers-scanners-and-ink/printers/hp-deskjet-2620-all-in-one-wireless-inkjet-printer-10166492-pdt.html?awc=1599_1518364981_5e078ed1d77bd8d8e5566e3b57bf3a16&srcid=369&xtor=AL-1&cmpid=aff~HotUKDeals~Communities%20%26%20UGC~47868&awid=47868

Also if you look at your receipt it has WBW on the item line which is “when bought with”
Edited by: "Robert_Thomas" 11th Feb
Why would instantink ever be a good idea? Its basically just hp trying to retain ink sales rather than ppl buying cheap compatibles no?

Printing tickets then becomes a metered thing, those annoying adverts and pointless terms and conditions that cause it to go on to multiple pages eat into the free page allowance.
roguesspam10 m ago

Why would instantink ever be a good idea? Its basically just hp trying to …Why would instantink ever be a good idea? Its basically just hp trying to retain ink sales rather than ppl buying cheap compatibles no? Printing tickets then becomes a metered thing, those annoying adverts and pointless terms and conditions that cause it to go on to multiple pages eat into the free page allowance.


Simply preview what is printing and select the pages that you require!
roguesspam37 m ago

Why would instantink ever be a good idea? Its basically just hp trying to …Why would instantink ever be a good idea? Its basically just hp trying to retain ink sales rather than ppl buying cheap compatibles no? Printing tickets then becomes a metered thing, those annoying adverts and pointless terms and conditions that cause it to go on to multiple pages eat into the free page allowance.



Well I use instant ink and all I can say is I spend a lot less now than I did when I was buying cartridges.

£1.99 a month, 50 prints with rollover, that’s £24 a year. Cheaper than one set of official inks which I used to buy 2/3 times a year. So where as I used to spend £70-80 a year, I now spend £24. If the odd extra page comes out of the allowance, big deal! It’s still much cheaper.
I not sure how this works when the ink runs out do they send you another in post or something
RedRain22 m ago

I not sure how this works when the ink runs out do they send you another …I not sure how this works when the ink runs out do they send you another in post or something


There’s a set in the box, and when you sign up they send you the second lot straight away so you have them ready and waitingfor in the future when needed. Then going forward the printer will tell HP you’ve put the next lot in and they dispatch another set... etc. It’s worked out really well for us!
starsi3601 h, 1 m ago

Well I use instant ink and all I can say is I spend a lot less now than I …Well I use instant ink and all I can say is I spend a lot less now than I did when I was buying cartridges.£1.99 a month, 50 prints with rollover, that’s £24 a year. Cheaper than one set of official inks which I used to buy 2/3 times a year. So where as I used to spend £70-80 a year, I now spend £24. If the odd extra page comes out of the allowance, big deal! It’s still much cheaper.


Ditto, I think it's excellent value for money. I spend much less than I did even using the cheap stuff. And no faffing as it's sent out automatically. No brainer for me.
bobzuruncle59 m ago

Ditto, I think it's excellent value for money. I spend much less than I …Ditto, I think it's excellent value for money. I spend much less than I did even using the cheap stuff. And no faffing as it's sent out automatically. No brainer for me.


It is also most defiantly worth it if you print photos. As it is one print if it’s an a4 of photo print or half a page of text. If I go on holiday I up to to more prints print all my holiday photos for £3.99 then put it back down to £1.99.
roguesspam5 h, 8 m ago

Why would instantink ever be a good idea? Its basically just hp trying to …Why would instantink ever be a good idea? Its basically just hp trying to retain ink sales rather than ppl buying cheap compatibles no? Printing tickets then becomes a metered thing, those annoying adverts and pointless terms and conditions that cause it to go on to multiple pages eat into the free page allowance.


I've not printed anything directly from a website for ages, I always print to a PDF file. Advantages: I always have the PDF file to refer to at a later date; I only need print-to-paper whatever pages are required.
This deal is misleading. Its not 19.99
I wouldn't take it if it was free. Hp help the Israelis oppress Palestine
ct892 m ago

I wouldn't take it if it was free. Hp help the Israelis oppress Palestine


Buy a cheap laser hp printer and always buy third party toner just to piss them off instead
I did not have to buy anything else to get it at this price, so people shouldn't be discouraged to try in-store just because the title was modified. And I'm pretty sure I'm not the only one who managed to get it for 19.99 without buying something else.
starsi36018 h, 9 m ago

There’s a set in the box, and when you sign up they send you the second l …There’s a set in the box, and when you sign up they send you the second lot straight away so you have them ready and waitingfor in the future when needed. Then going forward the printer will tell HP you’ve put the next lot in and they dispatch another set... etc. It’s worked out really well for us!


I did the free ink deal. Yes, it only gives me 10pages a month but only once was it not enough for me, the charge for the extra ptints (10ppp) still made it a fantastic deal.
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