HP ENVY 4524 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer NOW EVEN CHEAPER!! Only £31.50 delivered with Black Friday discount code PRINTER10 at Currys
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HP ENVY 4524 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer NOW EVEN CHEAPER!! Only £31.50 delivered with Black Friday discount code PRINTER10 at Currys

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With 5 months of instant ink too, bargain!

was tempted originally but this helped sway me

Nice spot OP. Ordered.

Original Poster

I've been debating it myself then as I went to order noticed this code on the homepage however when you click the link to the 10% ones it doesn't show this printer so thought I'd try and happy days x

Someone has broken the currys site!

does this work for click and collect?

Just bought one, thanks OP heat added!

Need a printer for printing my photographs but not sure something this cheap will do a good job? Any recommendations.? Or am I wrong...

Excellent deal, and it's hot hot hot!!

Can you not use the code for click and collect? Can't seem to find where to do it?

Thank you. I have just bought this. Can't go wrong at this price especially as I mainly just need a scanner.

was debating whether to get this for a few days, with the 10% code, that's just swung it. thanks OP, voted hit!

PC World have the HP Office jet Pro 6960 for £42.99 (after £20 cashback from GP), which has some advantages over this, so check that out before deciding.

Annoyingly I ordered one yesterday to collect today from currys. Should have waited!

doveman007

PC World have the HP Office jet Pro 6960 for £42.99 (after £20 cashback f … PC World have the HP Office jet Pro 6960 for £42.99 (after £20 cashback from GP), which has some advantages over this, so check that out before deciding.



​Thanks. Might look at this.

Although a month less of ink

Will probably hold more paper and be easier to manage.

Does this come with ink cartridges to start you off then follows with the instant ink? Or do I need to buy the bundle of printer and cartridge? Heat added btw op!

Feline31

Does this come with ink cartridges to start you off then follows with the … Does this come with ink cartridges to start you off then follows with the instant ink? Or do I need to buy the bundle of printer and cartridge? Heat added btw op!



Yes comes with the ink cartridges

i don't print much so the 5 months of instant ink doesn't benefit me much
is the ink generally expensive?

Code doesn't seem to be valid anymore?

unfortunately it supports apple air print only. of no use for Samsung phones I guess

PRINTER10 code no longer works unfortunately

Hamza_a1

unfortunately it supports apple air print only. of no use for Samsung … unfortunately it supports apple air print only. of no use for Samsung phones I guess



I've printed photos from a galaxy s5 this week, using the android app from the playstore.

Feline31

Does this come with ink cartridges to start you off then follows with the … Does this come with ink cartridges to start you off then follows with the instant ink? Or do I need to buy the bundle of printer and cartridge? Heat added btw op!



Comes with starter inks, then if you subscribe to the instant ink you get new ones sent, mine came within a week.

Folks, if you are likely to be able to use the £7.99/mth plan, I would strongly recommend you consider the Envy 5546 from Currrys. It is a dearer printer (But better quailty prints), but the instant ink trial is 9 mths as opposed to 5, so if you actually use the £7.99/mth deal it almost pays for the difference anyway.

Again all down to preference, but please do take a look and just do the maths before you buy. A number of people in the other thread said they would have gone for the 5546 if they had know about the longer trial. I went for it, the printer is great, and I have 10 mths free trial thanks to an extra month from a refer a friend code.

Hamza_a1

i don't print much so the 5 months of instant ink doesn't benefit me … i don't print much so the 5 months of instant ink doesn't benefit me muchis the ink generally expensive?



YEP!, VERY!. :-(

Hence such 'Deals' tend to go down veryyyyyyy well?!. :-)

Cheapo generic Cartridges are another viable alternative mind, to that of totally free ...

jen13jen13

PRINTER10 code no longer works unfortunately



That's a shame, as like some of the earlier other's, I had looked to bag me one of these too at some point?, hmmmmmmmmmmm, no big, lol. :-)

OK, I'm a little confused by the instant ink thing. Can someone clarify for me please? Am I right in thinking that:
1) There are 2 packs of ink in the box you can use straight off that are not in the `instant ink` scheme? I presume colour and black?
2) There is a box of `instant ink` in the box as well?
3) You have to register and activate the `instant ink` service when you insert the cart.?
4) Once registered you select a usage level? 1= £1.99 for 50 pages 2=£3.49 for 100 pages 3=£7.99 for 300 pages
5) The £7.99 option is the best value even if you don't use that much as the pages roll over to the next month
6) Do they roll over for more than 1 month (eg 5 months of 300pages =1500 pages) and if so do you loose them all as soon as your trial ends or are the pages honoured? So what I am trying to say is, if this was 5 months that you had paid for rather than the free trial, yet you hadn't used the ink so decided to end the contract, would you continue to get cartridges until you had actually printed 1500 pages? or would you just loose whatever had rolled over at the point of contract termination?
7) After `instant ink` can you go back to standard carts without any problems?
8.) And lastly, to save me searching as my lappy is running like a dog with no legs, are compatable carts or refill inks available and reasonably priced for this printer?

I know I am asking a lot, but my head and laptop are just not working today and I'm struggling to get my brain around this. Thank you in advance. x
Edited by: "beadysamuk" 25th Nov 2016

Code doesn't work!!

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beadysamuk

OK, I'm a little confused by the instant ink thing. Can someone clarify … OK, I'm a little confused by the instant ink thing. Can someone clarify for me please? Am I right in thinking that:1) There are 2 packs of ink in the box you can use straight off that are not in the `instant ink` scheme? I presume colour and black?2) There is a box of `instant ink` in the box as well?3) You have to register and activate the `instant ink` service when you insert the cart.?4) Once registered you select a usage level? 1= £1.99 for 50 pages 2=£3.49 for 100 pages 3=£7.99 for 300 pages5) The £7.99 option is the best value even if you don't use that much as the pages roll over to the next month6) Do they roll over for more than 1 month (eg 5 months of 300pages =1500 pages) and if so do you loose them all as soon as your trial ends or are the pages honoured? So what I am trying to say is, if this was 5 months that you had paid for rather than the free trial, yet you hadn't used the ink so decided to end the contract, would you continue to get cartridges until you had actually printed 1500 pages? or would you just loose whatever had rolled over at the point of contract termination?7) After `instant ink` can you go back to standard carts without any problems?8.) And lastly, to save me searching as my lappy is running like a dog with no legs, are compatable carts or refill inks available and reasonably priced for this printer?I know I am asking a lot, but my head and laptop are just not working today and I'm struggling to get my brain around this. Thank you in advance. x



1) YES, there are 2 packs of ink in the box you can use straight off regardless of whether you join the `instant ink` scheme, colour and black?
2) NO, there is no extra box of `instant ink` in the box as well. Once you have registered for the instant ink trial, I believe that they will send you some carts. I got my email to say they were being shipped within 2 days, and had printed nothing.
3) NO, you do not HAVE to register and activate the `instant ink` service when you insert the carts (Because you may not want the trial), BUT if you want the instant ink trial, you need to sign up for it within a few days of activating the printer is my understanding. I'm assuming if you want the instant ink trial, you will simply sign up immediately.
4) YES - Once registered you select a usage level? 1= £1.99 for 50 pages 2=£3.49 for 100 pages 3=£7.99 for 300 pages
5) YES - The £7.99 option is the best value even if you don't use that much as the pages roll over to the next month
6) NO - They do not roll over for more than 1 month. I *think* you would have the last months worth of pages that rolled over, but that would be it. At absolute best you would get 300 pages roll over on the last month and only for one month. After that, any rollover would have disappeared
7) I THINK SO - After `instant ink` I would assume you can put normal cartridges in, BUT, cartridges are not cheap, so do the maths of buying new carts over say the £1.99/mth plan. Personally I think the plan is a better deal, even on the lowest level.
8.) HELL NO - LOL, Compatibles for these have never been cheap to my knowledge. If you are looking to run with compatibles, Epson is usually a better bet, but, the lower level plan usage for me still trumps the compatibles. I ahve an Epson as it is and have just bought the HP Envy 5546 with a 9 month free trial. Pros and Cons of Genuine vs compatible, and often down to usage. As an example though, if I buy a set of good compatibles for my Epson (Ones I trust), I am looking at about £3.50/cart for all 4 carts, so tends to vary between £14-£16 a throw. If I do that twice a year, that's dearer than the £1.99/mth deal on 50 pages, and cheaper than the £3.49 deal for 100 pages/mth.

This deal is on page count, not ink usage, so if you are printing a lot of photographs, I would venture that this is a far better deal than compatibles.



Edited by: "ghostm4n" 25th Nov 2016

beadysamuk

OK, I'm a little confused by the instant ink thing. Can someone clarify … OK, I'm a little confused by the instant ink thing. Can someone clarify for me please? Am I right in thinking that:1) There are 2 packs of ink in the box you can use straight off that are not in the `instant ink` scheme? I presume colour and black?2) There is a box of `instant ink` in the box as well?3) You have to register and activate the `instant ink` service when you insert the cart.?4) Once registered you select a usage level? 1= £1.99 for 50 pages 2=£3.49 for 100 pages 3=£7.99 for 300 pages5) The £7.99 option is the best value even if you don't use that much as the pages roll over to the next month6) Do they roll over for more than 1 month (eg 5 months of 300pages =1500 pages) and if so do you loose them all as soon as your trial ends or are the pages honoured? So what I am trying to say is, if this was 5 months that you had paid for rather than the free trial, yet you hadn't used the ink so decided to end the contract, would you continue to get cartridges until you had actually printed 1500 pages? or would you just loose whatever had rolled over at the point of contract termination?7) After `instant ink` can you go back to standard carts without any problems?8.) And lastly, to save me searching as my lappy is running like a dog with no legs, are compatable carts or refill inks available and reasonably priced for this printer?I know I am asking a lot, but my head and laptop are just not working today and I'm struggling to get my brain around this. Thank you in advance. x



1. They are both a instant ink cartridge and a normal cartridge and will behave which ever way you want them to depending if you take advantage of the Instant ink trail.
2. No - Just a Colour and Black instant ink enabled cartridge, or a setup cartridge.
3. Yes as above.
4. Yes pick a plan that you would like, always choose the 300 pages as this will give you an idea of how many pages you printer per month for you to make a informed choice at the end of the 5 month trail.
5. Yes
6. No only rolls over from the previous month.
7. Yes
8. No, not compared to the cost of instant ink v's compatible.

ian18

​Thanks. Might look at this. Although a month less of ink Will p … ​Thanks. Might look at this. Although a month less of ink Will probably hold more paper and be easier to manage.



Check out the 5546 - It has 9 months ink trial. Weigh up the value of the additional months against the difference in price. Better prints for sure.

Hamza_a1

i don't print much so the 5 months of instant ink doesn't benefit me … i don't print much so the 5 months of instant ink doesn't benefit me muchis the ink generally expensive?


YES!!! But th elowest level of the plan is only £1.99/mth. That's pretty damn cheap to me, even for light printing. Convenience is what you are getting.

AAB

Yes comes with the ink cartridges



​Thank you

They have it on Ebay at £29 free delivery, just ordered 10 mins ago, plus nectar points

Polar1

They have it on Ebay at £29 free delivery, just ordered 10 mins ago, plus … They have it on Ebay at £29 free delivery, just ordered 10 mins ago, plus nectar points


Link please

Got it for around this price with the Quidco cashback when the deal was posted about a week ago. Nice printer, does everything I need it to do especially duplex printing and scanning, my favourite bit is when you press print on your device the printer swings out an arm printer tray. Got 6 months of the instant ink after the refer a friend thing so am happy with my purchase.
Edited by: "hass123" 25th Nov 2016

hass123

Got it for around this price with the Quidco cashback when the deal was … Got it for around this price with the Quidco cashback when the deal was posted about a week ago. Nice printer, does everything I need it to do especially duplex printing and scanning, my favourite bit is when you press print on your device the printer swings out an arm printer tray. Got 6 months of the instant ink after the refer a friend thing so am happy with my purchase.



​Quidco still down at the moment

Heat because the OP's picture is hot

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​Quidco still down at the moment



I went on the website and it's apparently "undergoing maintenance" (their excuse for the website being down)
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