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HP Envy 6220 Wireless Printer & 12 Months Instant Ink £79.99 at Argos
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HP Envy 6220 Wireless Printer & 12 Months Instant Ink £79.99 at Argos

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Posted 16th Apr

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An Argos Exclusive – Now with up to 12 months free Instant Ink when you choose the 100 day plan with included £32 credit in-box. Sign up to Instant Ink and save up to 70% on ink. Get true-to-life photos and increased versatility. Produce authentic colour’s, and set up, connect, and print right from your mobile device. Print, scan, and copy with ease. Count on Original HP Ink to deliver lifelike colours and rich blacks time after time. Create stunning borderless photos and flyers right in your home.

I’ve been looking for a HP printer with insta ink and it looks like a lot of them are sold out or limited stock and so essentially unavailable. This ones got good availability and comes with a decent 12 months worth of free ink which means it will pay for it self if you’re a heavy user.
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The Q&A's section shows a lot of people have had problems with the supposed 12 months free ink as the box states only 3 months,

some seem to have got the 12 months after contacting HP but could be an issue
Ah interesting, I’ve had a previous HP printer that came with 15 months free ink and didn’t have any issues although there was a long form to fill. But in saying that Whatever the issues HP customer service is pretty good and I’m sure they would honour the deal.
grabbit16/04/2020 21:03

The Q&A's section shows a lot of people have had problems with the …The Q&A's section shows a lot of people have had problems with the supposed 12 months free ink as the box states only 3 months,some seem to have got the 12 months after contacting HP but could be an issue

12 months free is based on printing 100 sheets a month
I had 15 months free. Was a bit of a pain to register.
I got this great printer and no problem with 12 moths ink. Plus I get extra 4 months free on top of that can't complaint,
Get 2 months extra by code
£5 more for this (or £9 less if you have Unidays) and it comes with 24 months of instant ink. hotukdeals.com/dea…444
iKayZee16/04/2020 21:56

£5 more for this (or £9 less if you have Unidays) and it comes with 24 m …£5 more for this (or £9 less if you have Unidays) and it comes with 24 months of instant ink. https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hp-officejet-8017-all-in-one-printer-with-2-years-free-ink-and-50-cashback-3426444


I can’t lie that does seem like a good deal
grabbit16/04/2020 21:03

The Q&A's section shows a lot of people have had problems with the …The Q&A's section shows a lot of people have had problems with the supposed 12 months free ink as the box states only 3 months,some seem to have got the 12 months after contacting HP but could be an issue


So I just got a HP printer and the instant ink free months offer is not same on every printer, from what I seen anything with 12 months or more was capped with a price, so would be 12 months on a certain plan, not any plan so excluded the highest printing plans. The other printers with 2, 3, 4, etc months have no capped price on the plan so you could take the 700pages a month plan for your free period with no problem.

Either way you can add 2 extra months of free printing on top of what you get by entering codes on the sign up page when setting it up (dm if you need help with it).

I went for a HP officejet that was advertised to come with 5 months free, on sign up it said I got 6 months free and could select the highest plan. I then entered the two codes and that took me to a total of 8 months free but remember only can be done on sign up, not after as far as I can see.
Edited by: "Humss" 16th Apr
I experienced the contrary, it was all too easy to register a printer I recently got for its 24-month plan @ 100 pages/month. And it was in the form of printing credit as well, so I could scale up and down every month depending on need. My printing needs have been and will be satisfied for a long time
... then when any inclusive Instant Ink plan expires, optionally signup for the ongoing freebie-for-ever 15ppm II plan by de-registering the printer then re-registering the printer.
Once the the free printing is finished it and if your cancel it won't let you use the inks even if there's ink in it. Nor can you use the scanner. Had the 5010 and now not happy.
Humss16/04/2020 23:33

So I just got a HP printer and the instant ink free months offer is not …So I just got a HP printer and the instant ink free months offer is not same on every printer, from what I seen anything with 12 months or more was capped with a price, so would be 12 months on a certain plan, not any plan so excluded the highest printing plans. The other printers with 2, 3, 4, etc months have no capped price on the plan so you could take the 700pages a month plan for your free period with no problem. Either way you can add 2 extra months of free printing on top of what you get by entering codes on the sign up page when setting it up (dm if you need help with it).I went for a HP officejet that was advertised to come with 5 months free, on sign up it said I got 6 months free and could select the highest plan. I then entered the two codes and that took me to a total of 8 months free but remember only can be done on sign up, not after as far as I can see.


Could you share the code thanks
I could not get the 12 months free either phoned told I would if I registered didn't happen, so just used codes found on here for 5 months and signed up for a monthly fee, I might chase it up again when things are back to normal!
tfn19/04/2020 22:48

Once the the free printing is finished it and if your cancel it won't let …Once the the free printing is finished it and if your cancel it won't let you use the inks even if there's ink in it. Nor can you use the scanner. Had the 5010 and now not happy.

I think that’s fair enough on the ink - you aren’t paying for the cartridges you’re paying for the sheets, so I don’t see why they should let you print with the left over ink. Not being able to use the scanner is unfair though!
I got this printer this week. The offer is 3 months free. + £32 instant ink credit via a code. The first 3 months allow up to 300 printed pages per month without charge. After the initial 3 months the service starts at your chosen plan. To use that £32 over 9 additional months, you would select the 100 pages per month plan.

I couldn't see an expiry date on the £32 credit so i would guess that it could be spread over a longer time frame on the 50 pages per month plan or shorter on bigger plans.
AndyRoyd17/04/2020 02:52

... then when any inclusive Instant Ink plan expires, optionally signup …... then when any inclusive Instant Ink plan expires, optionally signup for the ongoing freebie-for-ever 15ppm II plan by de-registering the printer then re-registering the printer.


I'm coming up for 12 months in June and I can't downgrade to the to 15 free pages forever. Did you re-register using a different email address?
I like the printer. I like the way ink is charged. But I dont like this price. I paid £25 reduced from £50 at john lewis last year. Why £79.99?
I bought the envy 5000 deal that was posted on here a while back. I'm sure this will be even better.

A hukd'er gave me his referral code so I was able to stack that on top of the free 6 months available at the time. If anyone wants an extra months free printing, fire me a DM and I'll send you my code to stack
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josephobrien200002/05/2020 17:49

I like the printer. I like the way ink is charged. But I dont like this …I like the printer. I like the way ink is charged. But I dont like this price. I paid £25 reduced from £50 at john lewis last year. Why £79.99?


I really can’t see any logic to HP’s varying trials with each of their printers. I picked up a HP envy 6234 last year with 15 months free ink for £50. But that same printer is now £52 with 4 months free ink. I think this deal is a good deal right now - at this minute - given the number of OOS printers showing up at Curry’s/Argos/amazon.
CFizzRP9102/05/2020 19:03

I I really can’t see any logic to HP’s varying trials with each of their pr …I I really can’t see any logic to HP’s varying trials with each of their printers. I picked up a HP envy 6234 last year with 15 months free ink for £50. But that same printer is now £52 with 4 months free ink. I think this deal is a good deal right now - at this minute - given the number of OOS printers showing up at Curry’s/Argos/amazon.


Fair comment.
To be honest, it worth £79.99.
Wifi scanner is great. Really easy to do with a mobile phone. Doubles sided printing works very well too. Image quality is the best I have ever had. But the best is the ink deal. £3.50 per month for 100 pages is 3.5p each, which is very good in my opinion. I have an old 2nd hand laser for big docs (draft).
So I cant seem to get my head round this instant ink. Say if you only print 10 pages per month, are you essentially printing for 'free' forever?
dragonfury04/05/2020 12:44

So I cant seem to get my head round this instant ink. Say if you only …So I cant seem to get my head round this instant ink. Say if you only print 10 pages per month, are you essentially printing for 'free' forever?


Yes
dragonfury04/05/2020 12:44

So I cant seem to get my head round this instant ink. Say if you only …So I cant seem to get my head round this instant ink. Say if you only print 10 pages per month, are you essentially printing for 'free' forever?


You get 15 pages for free forever, (or until they decide to end the scheme), but when you get your free trial, (mine was 12 months, I have 1 month left), you can choose whatever plan you wish, but you can't downgrade to the 15 pages for free.

I chose the 300 pages a month plan for the trial, and although I wouldn't normally print more than 15 in a month, sometimes I did go over 15. It's worth noting that this printer prints double sided, as that caught me out a few times.They also allowed me to rollover unused pages up to 100 a month

Once the trial ends I will go to 50 pages a month for £1.99 a month for the foreseeable. .
Edited by: "Thar" 5th May
Where on earth is the code petiole are referring to for £32 credit. Just unboxed and set up, but the free printing plan within the box is for three months!
Have month of free printing on me - vbjV3
I got HP printer and free plan ink of 15 pages/month - whats the best way to get more free pages ?
or should i cancel plan and use the ink till it last ?
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