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HP Envy photo 7134 all in one printer. 5 months free instant ink and £32 credit - £89.99 at Currys
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HP Envy photo 7134 all in one printer. 5 months free instant ink and £32 credit - £89.99 at Currys

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Posted 15th Jul

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I think this is a great deal. The website lists it as 9 months free instant ink however on opening it up, discovered it's 5 months free instant ink and £32 credit to be used to either extend the ink subscription or top up printing where needed.

I personally didn't subscribe to the instant ink and instead went for the free for life option of 15 pages a month instead as this and the £32 credit will cover all my printing needs. Buyer beware, if you subscribe to a paid instant ink, you cannot downgrade to the free version however you can revert it back to a normal printer where you buy your own ink.

Top features:

- Colour print, scan, and copy from one device

- Print borderless photos of lab quality

- Save money on prints with a Instant Ink free trial

- Wirelessly print from your smartphone or tablet

- Save on paper use with automatic double-sided printing

Colour print, scan, and copy

Bring your creative projects to life on the HP ENVY Photo 7134 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer. It lets you print in colour, copy, and scan documents, all from one machine. The 2.65” display makes it easy to tell the printer what you want it to do without fuss.

Print borderless photos

Relive your memories with high-quality borderless printing with great colour and detail.

Save money on prints

Save up to 70 percent on your printing with a free Instant Ink trial. Your printer can automatically order the ink to be delivered to your door whether you print in colour or black & white.

After the trial ends, cartridges and delivery cost are included in your monthly price plan. There's no annual fee – you can change or cancel your plan online at any time.

Wirelessly print

Print wirelessly from your smartphone or tablet. A free HP All-in-One Printer Remote app lets you manage printing tasks, and scanning from your mobile device. Simply connect your device to your printer and get printing.

Save on paper use

Save paper thanks to an auto-duplex feature that prints on both sides automatically. Save up to 70% on Ink costs with HP Instant Ink. Cartridges are automatically ordered by your printer when you are running low and delivered to your door. Plans start from £1.99 per month for 50 pages.
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HP Instant Ink

Instant Ink is an affordable way to purchase ink for your printer. There's no contracts, so you can cancel at any time. Simply enrol at hpinstantink.co.uk. The service starts as soon as you load the cartridges into your printer.

Your HP printer will automatically make an order for replacement ink when it is needed. Any unused pages roll over to the next month. If you need more ink, you can top up the service for additional ink usage.

HP's Instant Ink cartridges hold more ink than standard cartridges, so you can print photos and more without needing to replace as often. The service is based on how many pages you print and not the amount of ink you use. You can choose and switch between a 50, 100, or 300-page monthly plan. The ink, shipping and cartridge recycling are all included in the price at no extra cost.
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Good deal, was looking at this the other day. As you said it's £32 credit to use which caught my eye. Can you definitely not revert to the free plan after trying one out?
harj16/07/2019 18:08

Good deal, was looking at this the other day. As you said it's £32 credit …Good deal, was looking at this the other day. As you said it's £32 credit to use which caught my eye. Can you definitely not revert to the free plan after trying one out?


The terms say you can't so I chose not to risk it and stayed on the free deal.
If picking up in store, it includes an additional £15 of pre-paid credit for ink.
How's the printer for anyone who purchased? Did you do the free deal and then just use the credit for additional pages?
harj24/07/2019 22:15

How's the printer for anyone who purchased? Did you do the free deal and …How's the printer for anyone who purchased? Did you do the free deal and then just use the credit for additional pages?


I just went for the 15 free pages a month option with the £32 credit as the terms state you cannot downgrade from a paid subscription to the free option.
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