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HP ENVY 5546 Home Photo All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer + 9 months Instant Ink Trial £69.99 @ Currys
HP ENVY 5546 Home Photo All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer + 9 months Instant Ink Trial £69.99 @ Currys

HP ENVY 5546 Home Photo All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer + 9 months Instant Ink Trial £69.99 @ Currys

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Seems a decent printer but the 9 months instant ink makes this sound like a really good deal.

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Bought this recently for £89.99 and it's a good printer...

how does the free trial work... what options are there? for example 50 pages probs wouldnt be good for me but if you can choose then fab!! sorry foe grilling you lol

bambamsmam

how does the free trial work... what options are there? for example 50 … how does the free trial work... what options are there? for example 50 pages probs wouldnt be good for me but if you can choose then fab!! sorry foe grilling you lol



You can choose any of the options for the free trial, 300 pages being the max. So this printer effectively comes with 2700 free pages, they can be full resolution photos too if you like. Great deal.

zxking

You can choose any of the options for the free trial, 300 pages being the … You can choose any of the options for the free trial, 300 pages being the max. So this printer effectively comes with 2700 free pages, they can be full resolution photos too if you like. Great deal.



​thank you! thats great! of course ir wouls make sense for us all to choose the highest option for the free trial then! pays for itself within 9 months really! x

good deal

bambamsmam

how does the free trial work... what options are there? for example 50 … how does the free trial work... what options are there? for example 50 pages probs wouldnt be good for me but if you can choose then fab!! sorry foe grilling you lol



www8.hp.com/uk/…LrA

so will they send the ink monthly or is it only when the printer becomes low on ink? I would prefer to receive cartridge monthly regardless as I would like to subscribe to the highest option (300 pages) and keep the spare cartridges to use later. If they will only send when printer is low, you may end with 2-3 shipments over the 9 months periods (If you you dont use printer that much)

How good quality is his printer

sam1970

so will they send the ink monthly or is it only when the printer becomes … so will they send the ink monthly or is it only when the printer becomes low on ink? I would prefer to receive cartridge monthly regardless as I would like to subscribe to the highest option (300 pages) and keep the spare cartridges to use later. If they will only send when printer is low, you may end with 2-3 shipments over the 9 months periods (If you you dont use printer that much)



You only get new cartridges when your printer tells HP It's running low and needs one, so you can't stockpile. Info & FAQs on the instantink programme here

Why marked as expired still available for me?

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joe1978

Why marked as expired still available for me?



No idea - available to have delivered or collected in-store.

If anyone buying one of these see if a friend has one so they can refer you. You BOTH then get an extra month free. You can always use my referral code

Original Poster

Could the mods unexpire this please?

Bought one of these at the weekend and its been great. It was bought to replace an 8-year old HP Photosmart printer that was costing a fortune to run. I was a little sceptical about HP Instant Ink, but its free for 9 months so decided to give it a go - so far so good. Even received an e-mail today to say that our first set of replacement inks were on the way. In my view its a solid, good quality All-in-One device that was half the price of our previous Photosmart printer and should cost a lot less to run.

Great printer - picked up one recently. £69 in John Lewis and 2-months free instant ink.

m.johnlewis.com/hp-…239

Can you start the trial period at any time? or does it kick in soon after purchase? I dont need to use the printer now so Iam thinking of storing it for few months. Also how do you register for the trial? there is nothing on currys site about that. Sorry for the questions

So I could buy this and print a shed load of photos using the trial for 69 quid?

Regarding the specs, would you be able to scan and print a decent copy of a Cambridge University degree certificate, for instance?
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