HP ENVY 5030 All-in-One Wireless Printer with Touch Screen with HP Instant Ink 4 Months Trial at John Lewis for £39.99 **Pls do not offer / request referrals**
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HP ENVY 5030 All-in-One Wireless Printer with Touch Screen with HP Instant Ink 4 Months Trial at John Lewis for £39.99 **Pls do not offer / request referrals**

£39.99£49.9920%John Lewis Deals
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Found 7th MayEdited by:"Deal_guy"
Comes with 4 months free HP Instant Ink subscription. And 2 year John Lewis guarantee.

Also £39.20 from HP directly (+3 year care). See below

hotukdeals.com/dea…851

Also on Amazon for the same price with 3 Camels saying this is the best price so far.

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How much for the ink?
Does anyone know how many pages the ink cartridge lasts for?
samyboy41 m ago

Does anyone know how many pages the ink cartridge lasts for?


I've been using Instant Ink (paid for AFTER trial) for about 12 months
I've been on the 50 pages/month plan (£2/month)
My usage about 60 pages/month average so 700 pages mixed black/colour (so I've had to pay an extra couple of £)

The 2 cartridges are just running low now so they are big cartridges (ok, they are nothing compared to laser printers but we're talking low usage printing here.)

EDIT: I hate printers and I know many people use cheap inks but the benefits of Instant Ink are that you know you're going to get reliable printing at a fixed cost. And that cost is good value in my view.
Instant Ink plans are at this link (scroll down a couple of pages to see the prices)
instantink.hpconnected.com/uk/…014
Edited by: "Musicrab" 7th May
Take the trial for the maximum number of pages and see what plan you require going forward. WAY cheaper than buying the ink seperately unless you’re a really high user
Love my HP instant ink
Brilliant little prin
supergirl21 h, 13 m ago

Brilliant little prin


Shame about your keyboard, though!
Same price at Argos and as far as I can see, you also get 4 months trial. Only difference that I can see is lesser warranty. Happy to be corrected.

Also, any opinions/reviews of this particular printer?
Edited by: "GMac11" 7th May
GMac112 h, 22 m ago

Same price at Argos and as far as I can see, you also get 4 months trial. …Same price at Argos and as far as I can see, you also get 4 months trial. Only difference that I can see is lesser warranty. Happy to be corrected.Also, any opinions/reviews of this particular printer?


It’s a very good printer I bought it for Work does everything you could want. Prints pretty quick also.
Hustler133717 m ago

Instant Ink is worth the cost in my opinion. I've tried using non-genuine …Instant Ink is worth the cost in my opinion. I've tried using non-genuine cartridges but most of the time they are very unreliable with iffy printing quality. Often they'd stop working with half the ink still left in the tank, so it's a false economy. If anyone wants a further free month, hit me up before setting up your printer.


I’ll take you up on that offer ordered one for collection tomorrow

What do I have to do?
Is there a catch to the 15 page free ink option from HP? Genuinely at the moment I might only print a handful of pages a month, the odd shipping label from Amazon/eBay etc. I have a personal allowance for the printing I do at work so that tends to do all I need but I have found myself stuck to print something important outside of work hours like a hotel reservation or something. Free ink (albeit very little) seems like a win win if it's only used rarely.
And on that, if say I've got a project coming up can I upgrade the package I'm on for the following month so I don't have to pay the penalty fee for going over budget?
Edited by: "GMac11" 7th May
What is the penalty for going over? I thought it was £1 or something small. I'm on the instant ink and I kept banging in codes even though it said one only. Got one off net. One off a mate. 8 months free then I pay £1.99 pm.. I know some just want the free 15 pages pm but £24 a year and never worry about if you go over allowance, plus you can buy some cheap photo paper and print the odd photo. I really can't see sitting watching and waiting to see if you accidently getting more prints out than expected and hitting cancel is the way to go. Just pay the £1.99 and get on with your life worry free. I do like the freeloader thinking though
Edited by: "wayners" 7th May
Cheers ordered.

Hustler13377th May

Instant Ink is worth the cost in my opinion. I've tried using non-genuine …Instant Ink is worth the cost in my opinion. I've tried using non-genuine cartridges but most of the time they are very unreliable with iffy printing quality. Often they'd stop working with half the ink still left in the tank, so it's a false economy. If anyone wants a further free month, hit me up before setting up your printer.



I'm interested. Let me know too.
Collecting tomorrow
wayners1 h, 14 m ago

What is the penalty for going over? I thought it was £1 or something …What is the penalty for going over? I thought it was £1 or something small. I'm on the instant ink and I kept banging in codes even though it said one only. Got one off net. One off a mate. 8 months free then I pay £1.99 pm.. I know some just want the free 15 pages pm but £24 a year and never worry about if you go over allowance, plus you can buy some cheap photo paper and print the odd photo. I really can't see sitting watching and waiting to see if you accidently getting more prints out than expected and hitting cancel is the way to go. Just pay the £1.99 and get on with your life worry free. I do like the freeloader thinking though


I read somewhere it's £1 per 10 pages or something. I guess I'll take advantage of the free trial and see what my usage is after 4 months. But as you say £1.99 isn't anything to worry about and it does give you a good allowance especially with the odd photo here and there.
GMac1111 m ago

I read somewhere it's £1 per 10 pages or something. I guess I'll take …I read somewhere it's £1 per 10 pages or something. I guess I'll take advantage of the free trial and see what my usage is after 4 months. But as you say £1.99 isn't anything to worry about and it does give you a good allowance especially with the odd photo here and there.

No need if you get referral from friend mate
Rickardo6 h, 52 m ago

Shame about your keyboard, though!


Bloody predictable text. Seems to be a problem every time I create a reply on this website. Wish it could be fixed I even tried to amend it but wrong every time. Gave up..
Edited by: "supergirl2" 7th May
GMac118 h, 0 m ago

Is there a catch to the 15 page free ink option from HP? Genuinely at the …Is there a catch to the 15 page free ink option from HP? Genuinely at the moment I might only print a handful of pages a month, the odd shipping label from Amazon/eBay etc. I have a personal allowance for the printing I do at work so that tends to do all I need but I have found myself stuck to print something important outside of work hours like a hotel reservation or something. Free ink (albeit very little) seems like a win win if it's only used rarely.And on that, if say I've got a project coming up can I upgrade the package I'm on for the following month so I don't have to pay the penalty fee for going over budget?


I think it's only certain printers... the one I bought last year had it advertised on the box
Check out HP direct, they are selling this printer at the same price but with 3 years warranty with door step replacement.

store.hp.com/UKS…K8Q
Edited by: "deebo007" 12th May
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