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HP Envy Photo 6234 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer £59 + £30 cashback = £29 (plus Instant Ink 7 month Trial) @ Currys
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HP Envy Photo 6234 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer £59 + £30 cashback = £29 (plus Instant Ink 7 month Trial) @ Currys

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Posted 26th Sep 2018
Works out at £29 with the £30 HP cashback promo for this all in one colour photo printer/scanner/photocopier. Can also get a free 7 month instant ink trial with up to 300 pages per month. Good reviews, scores 64% on Which? a decent score. Also free delivery.

*No instant ink referrals please*




  • All iin one Printer / Copier / Scanner
  • 7 month free trial of HP Instant Ink
  • WiFi / Apple AirPrint / Google Cloud Print
  • Up to 13 prints per minute
  • Automatic double-sided printing
  • Photo paper tray


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How do I get £30 cashback from HP?

Click here to sign up for the 7 month HP Instant Ink trial. Once signed up you can claim your cashback via hpcashback.com Please note you need to register within 30 days of the printer purchase.


What is HP instant ink?

HP Instant Ink is an ink cartridge replacement service. To participate, enroll your HP Instant Ink eligible printer in an Instant Ink plan. The plan charges a fee on 3 of the 4 plans (however in this case there is a 7 month free trial which comes with the printer) based on the number of pages you print each month. The printer sends ink level information to HP, and when the printer runs low on ink, replacement ink cartridges are shipped to you. You do not need to purchase replacement ink cartridges from retail stores when you are enrolled in HP Instant Ink. You can cancel anytime.

What HP instant ink plans are there?

There is a choice of 4 plans, including an ongoing free printing plan (15 pages per month) which maybe a suitable choice for light users. If you take up the 7 month free trial I dont believe you can downgrade to the free printing plan afterwards based on the terms. If you do use the 7 month free trial you may as well opt for the 300 pages per month plan and then cancel at the end of the trial period.

More info here
(https://instantink.hpconnected.com/uk/en)
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Be aware that HP will charge you for a months subscription and block any hp instant ink cartridges you have received if you cancel. I've just been stung by this.
Bought back in July when last cashback promotion was on.
Just received cashback as you claim after a month.
Not a bad little printer, receiving plenty of ink.
Heat added.
Fixitbob44 m ago

Be aware that HP will charge you for a months subscription and block any …Be aware that HP will charge you for a months subscription and block any hp instant ink cartridges you have received if you cancel. I've just been stung by this.


Just switch your wifi when print or sign out from hp account and they will not block it
Good find, thanks, ordered. Will sign up to the Instant Ink Free 15 pages instead of the 7mths trial as thats all I probably need.
Is this any good for glossy photos?
I don't envy you.
Krinkle18 m ago

Is this any good for glossy photos?


Depends on the size. I have this printer, and I really like it, and it's fine for 7x5 photos, but anything bigger, you need an actual photo printer. That's what I'm waiting for, together with a good Instank Ink offer.
Will I be charged by hp if I choose 7 month free trial??
Secondly, how can i get up to 300 page per month option
Plz
Last question,
Will they cancel my cash back if I buy with gift card
the answers are no & no
in that order
Thanks
can someone, who has this model, please confirm about

"Automatic double-sided printing" - whether this is done by the printer itself or need a helping ( human) hand for turning the page ?
does any know if this works with Windows 10/Mac OS Sierra?
On Curry's website it says:
System requirements- Windows XP SP3 or higher (32-bit only)
- Vista, 7,8, 8.1
- Mac OS X Lion, OS X Mountain Lion, OS X Mavericks
This seems a very good deal although I am tempted to get the 6220 from Rymans which seems to be the same or very similar machine. It is £20 more and you only get 4 months trial ink, however you also get a pre-paid instant ink card for £32. After the trial I would use the £1.99/month option giving me a total of 20 months use. If I went with the Currys option the £20 saved on purchase price would pay for 10 months instant ink giving a total of 17 months. Of course if you are a heavy user the Currys option will work out better.

ryman.co.uk/hp-…ink
How do I get referral codes?
spm2 h, 43 m ago

This seems a very good deal although I am tempted to get the 6220 from …This seems a very good deal although I am tempted to get the 6220 from Rymans which seems to be the same or very similar machine. It is £20 more and you only get 4 months trial ink, however you also get a pre-paid instant ink card for £32. After the trial I would use the £1.99/month option giving me a total of 20 months use. If I went with the Currys option the £20 saved on purchase price would pay for 10 months instant ink giving a total of 17 months. Of course if you are a heavy user the Currys option will work out better.https://www.ryman.co.uk/hp-envy-photo-6220-all-in-one-printer-with-up-to-1-year-of-free-instant-ink





Thanks. 15% off student discount at Ryman makes it 68-30 = 38. Worth it with a card of 32
Fixitbob26/09/2018 10:15

Be aware that HP will charge you for a months subscription and block any …Be aware that HP will charge you for a months subscription and block any hp instant ink cartridges you have received if you cancel. I've just been stung by this.


I don't know about stung, you pay the money and you get to use the ink.

I have had 7 months free where I can print up to 200 sheets a month (even though I only signed up to the 1.99 deal). When it ends I get 50 sheets a month that rolls over for £1.99. Such a low cost to save all the hassle and bother of trying to find the right replacement that fits and avoiding the ink ever running out is such a clever way of working.
Is it possible to add primo code once signed up to the free 15 deal?
Be careful it says you can change your plan anytime but if you do not choose the free option as your first choice it vanishes. Guess it said that in small print somewhere its my own fault.
I chose the 300 page per month trial (similar offer 2 months ago) and it will end in December.

Can anyone guide me on which is the best way (cost efficient) to switch from the end of the trial to a 15 pages/month free plan?

My idea was to disable HP instant ink before any payment is processed, and then proceed to join the up-to-15 page free plan. Is this possible or will the printer reject to be rejoined in another plan?
dreamz2 h, 3 m ago

How do I get referral codes?


PM me.
Al3xander1 h, 35 m ago

I don't know about stung, you pay the money and you get to use the ink.I …I don't know about stung, you pay the money and you get to use the ink.I have had 7 months free where I can print up to 200 sheets a month (even though I only signed up to the 1.99 deal). When it ends I get 50 sheets a month that rolls over for £1.99. Such a low cost to save all the hassle and bother of trying to find the right replacement that fits and avoiding the ink ever running out is such a clever way of working.


Not if you're still using the original cartridges the printer came with. I print about about 10 pages per month, if you're printing 200-300 pages per month I guess it would be more beneficial. I print most of my personal stuff in work but don't tell my boss that!
m_b_m27/09/2018 17:31

I chose the 300 page per month trial (similar offer 2 months ago) and it …I chose the 300 page per month trial (similar offer 2 months ago) and it will end in December.Can anyone guide me on which is the best way (cost efficient) to switch from the end of the trial to a 15 pages/month free plan?My idea was to disable HP instant ink before any payment is processed, and then proceed to join the up-to-15 page free plan. Is this possible or will the printer reject to be rejoined in another plan?


I’ve just had a look at terms and conditions and apparently you can’t change it back to the free one. I think you have to start off with the free one.
Will this print on label paper ?
dreamz22 m ago

I’ve just had a look at terms and conditions and apparently you can’t cha …I’ve just had a look at terms and conditions and apparently you can’t change it back to the free one. I think you have to start off with the free one.



It seems so in the written terms. If anyone else has managed to downgrade to the 15 pages plan I would love to hear how.


EDIT:
One person may have been able to do it contacting support, he was in HP Canada.
h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/…068

02-02-2018 09:57 AM I have discovered exactly the same problem in Canada. I selected the 50 page/month plan thinking 15 pages would not be enough. But once I printed all the crap that had been waiting for weeks for a colour printer that worked (I bought a new one and got the Instank Ink offer with it), now I am pretty sure that 15 pages per month would be more than adequate so I would like to downgrade to the free plan of 15 Pages per month and $1.25 CAD for each additional 10 pages per month. There is ABSOLUTELY nothing on the card from the printer box (I still have it) that says you can't downgrade and in fact, when I registered on-line, there was a message to say you can always downgrade your plan at a later date.

In Canada, we call this a SCAM so once my free trial runs out, I will cancel this Instant Ink immediately.


02-04-2018 10:45 AM Already sorted it out with instant ink . When my free 3 month trial has nearly run out I just have to ring them and they will downgrade me to light use.
Edited by: "m_b_m" 27th Sep 2018
inkjet printer always gets cold from me.
laser for text and dye subliminal for photo.
Fixitbob26th Sep

Be aware that HP will charge you for a months subscription and block any …Be aware that HP will charge you for a months subscription and block any hp instant ink cartridges you have received if you cancel. I've just been stung by this.



Be aware that you didn't know what you were doing.
I cancelled an old printer from instant ink after buying a new. Just cancel and tick the option to continue to the end of the billing month. Easy.

The ink HP supply only works when you are enrolled into the instant ink so after you cancel the plan, you have to purchase your own ink to continue using the printer.
No sting, HP are not going to let you use the ink they have sent you when you are no longer paying for it as part of the monthly plan.
Even if you don't see the free option for 15 pages, when I ased to cancel it appeared as an option
After 7 months can I change to 15 free prints
connoisseur27/09/2018 20:00

After 7 months can I change to 15 free prints


Hi i finished the free trial on the max pages available, during the last free month i changed to the 1.99 package, after a couple of months on that package, i went to cancel all together, it offered me the free 15 page package which i took up.
wyk1 h, 16 m ago

Hi i finished the free trial on the max pages available, during the last …Hi i finished the free trial on the max pages available, during the last free month i changed to the 1.99 package, after a couple of months on that package, i went to cancel all together, it offered me the free 15 page package which i took up.


Good to know. Worth a try
nepur00110 h, 29 m ago

does any know if this works with Windows 10/Mac OS Sierra? On Curry's …does any know if this works with Windows 10/Mac OS Sierra? On Curry's website it says:System requirements- Windows XP SP3 or higher (32-bit only)- Vista, 7,8, 8.1- Mac OS X Lion, OS X Mountain Lion, OS X Mavericks


Yes it would work, the description is just out of date
Can this be combined with a referral to make it 8 months? Not sure if anyone's allowed to DM me their referral code??
I guess, if you already have an instant ink log in account. You need to create a new account to claim the 7 months from a different email address.
spm27/09/2018 13:22

This seems a very good deal although I am tempted to get the 6220 from …This seems a very good deal although I am tempted to get the 6220 from Rymans which seems to be the same or very similar machine. It is £20 more and you only get 4 months trial ink, however you also get a pre-paid instant ink card for £32. After the trial I would use the £1.99/month option giving me a total of 20 months use. If I went with the Currys option the £20 saved on purchase price would pay for 10 months instant ink giving a total of 17 months. Of course if you are a heavy user the Currys option will work out better.https://www.ryman.co.uk/hp-envy-photo-6220-all-in-one-printer-with-up-to-1-year-of-free-instant-ink


Hi
In the website says one year worth of free ink what does that mean . Sorry not.bought a printer before and looking for a good deal with ink included
Be warned , missed the instant ink cut off date by one day & HP don't want to know. It's from when you install the ink & not from the day of purchase as one HP rep by email told me. Also if you are looking for good quality 10x8 photos don't waste your time or money, photo quality is rubbish even using HP photo paper, light colours are okay but dark ones awful. Cannon are far superior and even Epsom are better. I have tried all 3. I have the £129 HP Envy Photo Printer 7100 series ,which went down to £89.99 .Only good thing is the instant ink ,that's it.
So I have bought this printer. Before I open it and register was wondering if anyone who has had experience with instant ink help me. 15 a month will probably be enough for me but I wanted to sign up for the 300 one for 7 months so I can get some photos printed etc. Will the option for 15 free a month appear for me after that?
can you add this to an already created instant ink account? or does it need a new email address?
dreamz1 h, 53 m ago

So I have bought this printer. Before I open it and register was wondering …So I have bought this printer. Before I open it and register was wondering if anyone who has had experience with instant ink help me. 15 a month will probably be enough for me but I wanted to sign up for the 300 one for 7 months so I can get some photos printed etc. Will the option for 15 free a month appear for me after that?


It appears when you have to renew at the end of the 7 months.
Edited by: "philouk" 29th Sep 2018
Is there a way of checking how many pages you have printed?
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