HP Envy Photo 6234 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer £49.99 @ Currys
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HP Envy Photo 6234 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer £49.99 @ Currys

£49.99£99.9950%Currys PC World Deals
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Found 16th Jan
With £30- cashback, it will cost £19.99. Free C&C
Product features7 month free trial of HP Instant InkWiFi / Apple AirPrint / Google Cloud PrintUp to 13 prints per minuteAutomatic double-sided printingPhoto paper tray
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I had this printer, it was rubbish, kept breaking. I had 4 replacements in 4 months. I would stay clear if i can be honest
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For those who are looking to purchase and get for £19.99
Rated 8.6 out of 10 by Reevoo
Got this printer a few weeks ago for this price, just put my claim in for the £30.

Only used used it a couple of time but seems decent enough, printed some photos on the photo paper it comes with and quality is good. When you sign up for the instant ink go for the highest one as possible (300 pages) as its free and can downgrade later, also use code FREEINK for another free month.
Great deal. For free ink trial, I am unable to understand how does it work. If I sign up for 300 page per month, will it send ink once I reach 300 pages? Or will send ink it is out of ink? How many prints can an ink cartridge do anyway?
They send you new ink when it is required by the machine.
Any links for cheap photo paper, gona be needing loads to print
gguglani811 h, 51 m ago

Any links for cheap photo paper, gona be needing loads to print


Nice and thick and quality gloss.
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A great printer for the money. Think I paid £39.99 after cashback with 7 months of ink.. It did have a problem with spitting out the paper before it finished printing then finishing on another sheet. Seems to have been fixed after last update.
Edited by: "Teezgaff" 17th Jan
Its a shame that it wasn't one of the credit codes that you could have added to another account.
yusuf1st10 h, 37 m ago

Great deal. For free ink trial, I am unable to understand how does it …Great deal. For free ink trial, I am unable to understand how does it work. If I sign up for 300 page per month, will it send ink once I reach 300 pages? Or will send ink it is out of ink? How many prints can an ink cartridge do anyway?


They will send inks before it is out of ink. How many prints.... depends what you print. If you print full size photos you print less pages than if you print just document.
sheragunda17 h, 46 m ago

Already posted: …Already posted: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hp-envy-photo-6234-all-in-one-wireless-inkjet-printer-reduced-even-more-4999-currys-claim-30-cashback-3156126


I missed the other one and my very old printer died on me, many thanks Casper_1
Put cashback in yesterday.Had email today authorising cashback.
Used codes on various previous threads to get 2 further free months.
This printer is replacing a previous HP printer on similar offer.The inks are always dispatched well in advance.Its very easy to cancel at end or drop down the packages.
Also, when you're signing up to the free Instant Ink trial,select the largest option (300 pages per month then change it to 500 pm once account set up). You can adjust this level multiple times, at any time, on the Instant Int webpage. When you have only 1 Free month left, then adjust the page limit to one that will be cheaper for you going foward after the free months are used up.... ie 50 pages pm for £1.99 or 100 pages pm for £3.49 etc

You can of course, cancel completely if you want :-)

I've just got this very printer now with 9 months instant ink free so an extra 2 months over the standard 7 months free. That, together with the cashback makes the printer virtually free because I was paying £1.99 pm anyway for instant ink on an old crappy model. I cannot put the extra months codes in this thread however :-(
Edited by: "BritishDragon" 18th Jan
Can you have another free trial? My last one ended.
I’ve just purchased this printer and the free trial instant ink is showing all the options plus a business plan for 700 pages.. can anyone confirm if selecting this will work for the trial?
Ok, I’m not sure if it’s because I used the mobile app or not but I had 5 options at signup. One a business heavy printing plan for 700pages per month. I wasn’t able to find any info regarding this plan with the free trial but can confirm it works. With freeink promo code I have up to 700 pages for 8 months. I believe they also send an extra set of cartridges when they replace. Thanks so much for posting this
Edited by: "niaomi.nim" 19th Jan
niaomi.nim19th Jan

Ok, I’m not sure if it’s because I used the mobile app or not but I had 5 o …Ok, I’m not sure if it’s because I used the mobile app or not but I had 5 options at signup. One a business heavy printing plan for 700pages per month. I wasn’t able to find any info regarding this plan with the free trial but can confirm it works. With freeink promo code I have up to 700 pages for 8 months. I believe they also send an extra set of cartridges when they replace. Thanks so much for posting this


The highest plan that I see is 500 pages (changed to this after sign up - only 300 pages was visible during sign up). I have the 6220 model though so I wonder if that affects it?
Anon26 m ago

The highest plan that I see is 500 pages (changed to this after sign up - …The highest plan that I see is 500 pages (changed to this after sign up - only 300 pages was visible during sign up). I have the 6220 model though so I wonder if that affects it?


Might be the model version.. I have this 6234.
I ordered this from Curry's web site and have just submitted the cashback claim, yet HP will not accept proof of order or the despatch note as proof of purchase. I'm at a bit of a loss as literally that is all I have! Has anybody else gone through this process and if so, what did you use for your proof?
george.elphick23 m ago

I ordered this from Curry's web site and have just submitted the cashback …I ordered this from Curry's web site and have just submitted the cashback claim, yet HP will not accept proof of order or the despatch note as proof of purchase. I'm at a bit of a loss as literally that is all I have! Has anybody else gone through this process and if so, what did you use for your proof?


Mine was from HP who sent an invoice too. If you login to their website is there an invoice/receipt there? If you have provided both, you could submit a query using the online form?
Anon1 h, 17 m ago

Mine was from HP who sent an invoice too. If you login to their website is …Mine was from HP who sent an invoice too. If you login to their website is there an invoice/receipt there? If you have provided both, you could submit a query using the online form?


Thanks for the response but sadly Curry’s/PC World only supply an order confirmation and a despatch note. It seems perverse that they need more proof than this especially considering they also ask for a serial number. I emailed their support people and they say it’s to prevent fraud: how about preventing their customers for claiming at all through no fault of their own!?
george.elphick56 m ago

Thanks for the response but sadly Curry’s/PC World only supply an order c …Thanks for the response but sadly Curry’s/PC World only supply an order confirmation and a despatch note. It seems perverse that they need more proof than this especially considering they also ask for a serial number. I emailed their support people and they say it’s to prevent fraud: how about preventing their customers for claiming at all through no fault of their own!?


I agree it is odd - what else do they expect as they must have processed other claims from Currys online?
george.elphick1 h, 39 m ago

Thanks for the response but sadly Curry’s/PC World only supply an order c …Thanks for the response but sadly Curry’s/PC World only supply an order confirmation and a despatch note. It seems perverse that they need more proof than this especially considering they also ask for a serial number. I emailed their support people and they say it’s to prevent fraud: how about preventing their customers for claiming at all through no fault of their own!?


I had my invoice taped on the printer's box. That's what you need to scan and upload. There's an example of it when you start the cashback claim, it clearly shows that you need the invoice with retailer's name, your address, date of purchase etc. Then you need a screen grab of the email confirmation for the ink subscription. As for the serial number it's on the printer, mine is at the back, but you can also see it in the app "HP Smart", which you need to download. It was pretty straight forward, I claimed and it was approved yesterday in just a few hours.
RoxyS5 h, 41 m ago

I had my invoice taped on the printer's box. That's what you need to scan …I had my invoice taped on the printer's box. That's what you need to scan and upload. There's an example of it when you start the cashback claim, it clearly shows that you need the invoice with retailer's name, your address, date of purchase etc. Then you need a screen grab of the email confirmation for the ink subscription. As for the serial number it's on the printer, mine is at the back, but you can also see it in the app "HP Smart", which you need to download. It was pretty straight forward, I claimed and it was approved yesterday in just a few hours.


That’s interesting. I had a piece of paper with my order details taped to the outside but clearly had written on it “despatch note”. BTW I said I had my serial number: I mentioned this since possessing it alongside a photo of it on the printer itself is a fairly good piece of evidence that I bought it.
I've finally got to the bottom of this. Apparently there is a "sales receipt" attached to the email Currys/PC World send entitled "We are processing your CURRYS order". This is not mentioned in the body of the email or in the filename of the attachment so no wonder I couldn't find it. I hope this information proves useful to anybody else with the same issue.
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