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HP Envy 5050 Wireless Printer (24 months instant ink) £129.99 at Currys PC World (£79 after cashback)
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HP Envy 5050 Wireless Printer (24 months instant ink) £129.99 at Currys PC World (£79 after cashback)

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Posted 8th Jan

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HP Envy 5050 wireless inkjet printer. £129.99 with a further £50.00 cashback and 2 years instant ink subscription (100 page subscription). Making it £79.00 with £83.76 worth of instant ink.

I currently subscribe to the ‘frequent printing’ HP instant ink at £7.99 a month, so this is a good saving for those who already subscribe to instant ink programme.
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A really good printer
I bought one recently.
But still quite pricey
The numerous versions of these 5000 series printers routinely drop below £40. Not worth the outlay unless you're really going to make the most of that free ink.
Edited by: "GrimDanFango" 8th Jan
nerf-addict08/01/2020 13:13

A really good printerI bought one recently.But still quite pricey



Na I think this is a good price. I recently owned a Canon for 2 days, cost me £33 in ink to get 5 A4 photo's the way I wanted them. You shouldn't underestimate the value of that instank ink.
Abbadon08/01/2020 13:35

Na I think this is a good price. I recently owned a Canon for 2 days, cost …Na I think this is a good price. I recently owned a Canon for 2 days, cost me £33 in ink to get 5 A4 photo's the way I wanted them. You shouldn't underestimate the value of that instank ink.


true, good point
I print 200-300 photographs a month for work, so I definitely get my money back on the instant ink. Canon photo printer was costing me £40-60 a month in ink (although print quality using multi-inks was superior). Instant ink is great, my only gripe is that the package it comes in doesn’t fit through the letterbox so I often have to collect from RM
Hot from me, I think this is a brilliant deal. £79 after cashback and if you read the small print the 2 years printing is paid in credit and based on the 100 sheet deal, but if you go for the 50 sheet deal at £1.99 a month, the free credit lasts 3 and a half years.
Hi when you register for 2 year ink...is it possible to use those other freebie codes beforehand (FREEINK)???
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