HP Envy 5544 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer + 5 months free instant ink = £34 @ Currys **No Referral offers / invites pls**
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HP Envy 5544 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer + 5 months free instant ink = £34 @ Currys **No Referral offers / invites pls**

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Found 13th Nov
HP Envy 5544 wireless printer for £34 - selling for £60 elsewhere. Part of Currys Black Friday prices event.

Includes 5 months free instant ink

Scores 71% on Which? "affordable excellence" with key benefits including sharp copies, wi-fi, automatic double-sided printing and respectable printing costs.

Free delivery/free c+c

*No referral codes please*

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Sorted!

Even better than I thought.

Automatically gives 5 months free.

Then add code 2MONTHSDJUK (not a referral code mods!) when prompted to give 2 months additional


Then add a refer a friend code if you have one for a further 1 month free.

Code FREEINK did not work in conjunction with the others for me.

First payment due on 14th July 2018 !

PM me if you need help setting this up at all

Thanks OP

Of course, my (young) kids were more impressed with the packaging!

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nice one chanchi
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Thanks op.
My 5 months free trial has just finished on my current printer. Makes sense to get this and sell the other one!

Thanks op 😊

Great printer and great deal

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Great deal. Instant Ink is such a good concept. Takes all the hassle out of printing / messing around with cheap cartridges and excellent value for money. Unless anyone improves on it, I wouldn't go back to a non-HP printer.

can somebody please advise me, with this coming with 5 months free ink, does that mean i have to sign up to a 12 month plan ?? how does this free ink deal work?? the printer looks good but its always the ink thats way to expensive, as i used to print a lot of best quality pictures and manuels . thanks

nice one chanchi
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Looks like a good deal,

What does the 5 months ink give you please? How many sheets?

Cheers

Double sided printed. Duplex. Cheers

phil0014 m ago

Looks like a good deal,What does the 5 months ink give you please? How …Looks like a good deal,What does the 5 months ink give you please? How many sheets?Cheers


instantink.hpconnected.com/uk/en

You get 1 additional month if you use a referral code.

Bought earlier - great printer except for photos where it's dire.

When you sign up for the free 5 months choose the highest print option (used to be 300/m). Whatever you choose as your subscription level also rolls over to the following month if unused and is capped at that level.

HTH

winter_zombie19 m ago

can somebody please advise me, with this coming with 5 months free ink, …can somebody please advise me, with this coming with 5 months free ink, does that mean i have to sign up to a 12 month plan ?? how does this free ink deal work?? the printer looks good but its always the ink thats way to expensive, as i used to print a lot of best quality pictures and manuels . thanks


It's rubbish for photos but great for everything else.

Went for one

winter_zombie29 m ago

can somebody please advise me, with this coming with 5 months free ink, …can somebody please advise me, with this coming with 5 months free ink, does that mean i have to sign up to a 12 month plan ?? how does this free ink deal work?? the printer looks good but its always the ink thats way to expensive, as i used to print a lot of best quality pictures and manuels . thanks


I am subscribed to the instant ink service and it is great. There is no minimum contract so you do not have to sign up if you dont want to and you can cancel subscription at any time.

The monthly plans are:

Free - 15 pages/Month
£1.99 - 50 pages/Month
£3.49 - 100 pages/Month
£7.99 - 300 pages/Month

Any unused pages will rollover to the next month. However there is a charge of £1 for each additional set of 15-20 pages used. (If you go over your monthly page limit).

Ink cartridges are sent directly to your door, free tracked delivery. Automatically shipped out when your printer is low on ink and hp will know when your low on ink.

This is an exellent deal. Highly recommend to anyone.

No commitment or annual fee—cancel anytime.

phil00111 m ago

does this work out better or worse, ink …does this work out better or worse, ink wise?https://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/computing-accessories/printers-scanners-and-ink/printers/hp-deskjet-3720-all-in-one-wireless-inkjet-printer-10148420-pdt.html?awc=1599_1510569726_8327beca8e047a72a676b53e82050a12&srcid=369&xtor=AL-1&cmpid=aff~HotUKDeals~Communities & UGC~47868&awid=47868cheers


Inkwise you would save a couple of quid. However, the design is much better on the 5544 model, with auto double side printing, front paper loading drum, so you can store printer in a cabinet, and not have to feed paper from the top flap on the 3720 model.

Good deal. If you are a light user then there's another offer I put up (hope you don't mind Chanchi32 ) a couple of days back that has 15 months free instant ink included for £44, the post also highlights other promo codes to extend the instant ink to 17 months. Link: HERE
Edited by: "Norse" 13th Nov

Just about to go and get one, Anyone got a referral code? Cheers

Im looking for a printer mainly for photos, as a few have said this isnt great for photos can anyone recommend one that prints great photo quality on a budget with cheap inks? I was looking at the hp officejet 3831 all in one wifi printer and fax but unsure how good this would be also for photo quality. Do any have a sd card slot that i could pop in straight from my cannon slr camera? Help much appreciated as there seems so much choice around its confusing!

The printer itself is decent enough, but the instant ink is rubbish.
It's done on number of pages, rather than the amount of ink used. So if you print a page with next to nothing on it regularly, you'll be worst off than if you print pages with photos.

I cancelled it, and just buy my ink normally now.

Norse4 h, 19 m ago

Good deal. If you are a light user then there's another offer I put up …Good deal. If you are a light user then there's another offer I put up (hope you don't mind Chanchi32 ) a couple of days back that has 15 months free instant ink included for £44, the post also highlights other promo codes to extend the instant ink to 17 months. Link: HERE


Got it, thanks. Has the offer changed? can't see 3 months trial now.
Edited by: "ellenw" 13th Nov

Only just purchased the 4527 for £39, just my luck! Although that one's sufficient for my needs, I'd recommend a HP printer to anyone, the instant ink thing is awesome

I’ve been after a wifi printer for a while and this looks great but how do I go about getting the free ink? Do I need to add it to my basket? Or is it automatically added? I’m rather confised

MogDigLogie9 m ago

I’ve been after a wifi printer for a while and this looks great but how do …I’ve been after a wifi printer for a while and this looks great but how do I go about getting the free ink? Do I need to add it to my basket? Or is it automatically added? I’m rather confised


It comes with starter cartridges and then you sign up to the free ink trial as part of the set up. Choose the max one and then set a reminder to change it to the level you think you'll need when the trial ends. Replacement inks are sent by post - easy peasy!

I'm also after a printer that prints decent photos. My wife wants to buy my daughter a camera which prints out itself for £70 but I can't see it being any good. I' rrather buy her a wireless printer and she can then use her phone instead.

ellenw2 h, 28 m ago

Got it, thanks. Has the offer changed? can't see 3 months trial now.



The offer is still as posted. The three month trial and £25 code are both mentioned in the product information.

From Curry's product information 'The HP Instant Ink package for this printer includes a three-month trial and a £25 code that can be redeemed on any plan – plans start from £1.99 per month for 50 pages.'

If you have any other questions regarding this deal then can you please post it in the other thread, as I don't want to confuse details between the two deals. Thanks

I have this printer... would I be better off buying refill cartridges or another printer brand new!!!! 😝

Instant ink is actually great, the printer is half decent but the scanner is crap. Plus not autofeed so if you want an allrounder look elsewhere

Ordered last time instant ink is brilliant

Best printer brand with worst cartridges prices.

chubuking52 m ago

I have this printer... would I be better off buying refill cartridges or …I have this printer... would I be better off buying refill cartridges or another printer brand new!!!! 😝

Another brand new printer probably

If you want better prices on refills then look for Epson or Kodak.

HP printers are superb, I ditched Epsom years ago and have never looked back. No more blocked ink heads, no cleaning and wasting paper, no wasted ink, just clean printing every time.

Instant ink saves you a small fortune, the HP cartridges last much longer. I no longer have to search for those cheap ink deals, there's no more paying extreme amounts of money for genuine ink. No more trying the cheap supermarket brands, and no more refilling your own. Just HP originals posted through your door when your printer orders them... ITS BRILLIANT. I cant recomend the instant ink program enougth.

I love the instant ink idea. I have a different model hp all in one and Its convenient and affordable for me. For the manufacturer its also good because you are using their genuine ink. It's an all round win win.

Hi does any one know what the quality of colour printing is like with this and the instant ink? Looking to print off invitations for a party on pearlecent paper and just wondering whether this would be suitable thanks

Ordered. Thanks

masterz12311 h, 49 m ago

I am subscribed to the instant ink service and it is great. There is no …I am subscribed to the instant ink service and it is great. There is no minimum contract so you do not have to sign up if you dont want to and you can cancel subscription at any time. The monthly plans are:Free - 15 pages/Month£1.99 - 50 pages/Month£3.49 - 100 pages/Month£7.99 - 300 pages/MonthAny unused pages will rollover to the next month. However there is a charge of £1 for each additional set of 15-20 pages used. (If you go over your monthly page limit).Ink cartridges are sent directly to your door, free tracked delivery. Automatically shipped out when your printer is low on ink and hp will know when your low on ink.This is an exellent deal. Highly recommend to anyone.No commitment or annual fee—cancel anytime.


I can't see 15 pages free a month in my account, did you have to put any code in ?

my free printing is coming to an end this month , so if I cancel and buy this printer , do I have to sign up again for another free trial ?

batista11 m ago

I can't see 15 pages free a month in my account, did you have to put any …I can't see 15 pages free a month in my account, did you have to put any code in ?my free printing is coming to an end this month , so if I cancel and buy this printer , do I have to sign up again for another free trial ?

15 page plan is only on selected printers which seem to be like gold dust to find.
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