HP M281fdw Multi-Function Wireless Colour Laser Printer (£124.91 after cashback) @ ebuyer

HP M281fdw Multi-Function Wireless Colour Laser Printer (£124.91 after cashback) @ ebuyer

£224.91Ebuyer Deals
Found 30th MarEdited by:"Kayne"
Looks like a good option for an office/small office - not good if the only thing you print is Groupon vouchers (NB Cashback ends 31/03/2018)

Brief Spec:
  • Functions:Print, copy, scan, fax
  • Print Speed: 21ppm (pages per minute)
  • Connections: Hi-Speed USB 2.0 port
  • Duplex: Automatic
  • Includes Delivery
  • Free 3 year warranty available

Details of the cashback deal (save you clicking thru to eBuyer):

1. Subject to the remainder of these terms and conditions customers purchasing one of the Qualifying HP Products can

claim a defined cashback amount. This cashback offer is valid only for purchases made during the respective

promotional periods for the Qualifying HP Products as detailed in the table below (section 29: Qualifying HP Products

and respective promotional periods), specified cashback amounts will not be granted if the particular Qualifying HP

Product is purchased outside the respective promotional period.

2. Customers may claim cashback for a maximum of 5 Qualifying Products.

3. To take advantage of the promotion, customers must complete the online claim form (available at

"hp.com/uk/savemoney"), and attach proof of purchase in the form of the sellers invoice, via scan or email attachment.

Proof of order or dispatch note will not be accepted. The sellers invoice must clearly show the customer details, HP part

code of the qualifying products purchased, the purchase price and the date of purchase. The participant must not send

original invoices as these cannot be returned. HP must receive the claim form and supporting documents within 30 days

after the date of purchase.

4. The promotion is valid in respect of a Qualifying HP Product purchased either directly from HP or an authorised

reseller or authorised retailer of HP. The promotion is only valid for end user customers (i.e. customers purchasing

product for their own use); claims where the product purchased will be resold or rented to a third party are ineligible for

this promotion.

5. Once the claim form and supporting documents have been received, HP will send the customer confirmation of receipt

by email from promotions@hp.com. The email will confirm whether or not the claim for cashback has been successful.

HP will endeavor to do this within seven calendar days. It is the customers responsibility to contact the promotions team

at promotions@hp.com, where the customer has not received email confirmation within this time frame.

6. Customers providing an incomplete claim form will be notified via email and offered the opportunity to provide the

required items within seven calendar days. If the participant still fails to comply with the terms and conditions, the claim

for cashback will be refused. HP will not be liable for any delay in responding outside of the seven day timeframe.

7. Payment will be made via wire transfer to the individual or company name stated as the purchaser on the proof of

purchase invoice supplied and to the UK bank details submitted online by the customer. Payment cannot be made out to

individuals except where the product has been purchased for personal use and the customers name appears as the

purchaser on the proof of purchase invoice. Cheques will not be issued under any circumstances.

Paying entity:

HP International Sarl

150 Route du Nant d’Avril

1217 Meyrin 2



8. HP endeavors to process valid payment claims in 45 calendar days from sending the confirmation email to customer


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or as soon as possible thereafter. HP will not be liable where claims are processed outside of this timeframe.

9. The recipient of the payment shall fulfil any tax obligations imposed by local tax legislation.

10. The cashback amount will only be paid upon HPs satisfaction that the customer has fully complied with these terms

and conditions and the associated instructions.

11. By completing the claim process customers confirm their acceptance of these terms and conditions. Return of the

Qualifying HP Product to the seller/reseller following submission of the claim for the cashback will disentitle the

customer to the cashback. If a product is returned (thus revoking the sales contract) no claim may be made for

cashback. In this case cashback that has already been paid must be fully paid back.

12. The offer is valid only in the UK and Northern Ireland for private end users and business customers. This offer may

not be combined with any other promotional offers or special pricing offered on the qualifying products.

13. This offer is not open to employees of HP, their agents, wholesalers, resellers, retail staff, retailers, participating

stockists or anyone connected with the promotion.

14. Claims must be submitted by the end user customer only. Resellers may not submit claims on behalf of their


15. For questions regarding the status of your claim, please email: promotions@hp.com

16. The cashback will not be granted to a customer who: a) has not purchased a Qualifying HP Product within the

promotional period; and/or b) has not completed the claim form correctly; and/or c) has not supplied proof of purchase;

and/or d) has not submitted their claim form within 30 days from the date of purchase; and/or e) failed in any way to

comply with these Terms & conditions as determined in HPs sole discretion.

17. HP reserves the right to disqualify incomplete, altered or illegible claims. No responsibility will be accepted for

submissions which have been lost, or are late, damaged, mis-directed, delayed in the post or insufficiently pre-stamped.

Proof of posting will not be accepted as proof of delivery.

18. HP is not responsible or liable for any technical, hardware, software, server, website, or other failures or damage of

any kind to the extent that this prevents the customer from or otherwise obstructs him/her in participating in the


19. HP reserves the right to audit all cashback requests to ensure that the terms and conditions of the promotion have

been met and to request additional information regarding any and all claims and supporting documents.

20. All documentation submitted for this promotion becomes property of HP and will not be returned. Submission of

false, incorrect, misleading or fraudulent documentation may result in disqualification from this promotion and future HP

promotions and may result in the submitter being subject to prosecution.

21. HP may cancel or withdraw this promotion at any time without prior notice.


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22. The decisions of HP in respect of any and all aspects of the promotion will be final and binding.

23. HP reserves the right to amend or cancel the terms of this offer at any time without notice.

24. HP shall not be liable for any loss, damage or injury of any nature howsoever caused to customers pursuant to this

promotion. However, nothing in these terms shall act so as to exclude or restrict HPs liability for death or personal injury

of customer proven to be caused by HPs negligence.

25. In the event of either false, erroneous claims or overpayments either submitted by the Customer or made by HP

then subject to HP serving not less than 28 days prior written notice the Customer shall repay or reimburse any such

false, erroneous or overpayments and the Customer shall hold HP harmless and indemnify HP from any liability, claims,

damages and tax liabilities arising in such circumstances.

26. In addition to the invoice for the purchased product, HP reserves the right to request from the customer further

evidence of purchase and/or ownership (e.g. photo of the serial number label, barcodes)
Community Updates


Toner price kills it
xdaminis11 m ago

Toner price kills it

Doesn't bother me - I'm toner deaf
Hp printer uses toner where it is sandwich'ed together with drum. That's why they are expensive. With some other manufacturer (brother etc) they don't.
Drums are costly to replace too.
Edited by: "Karan4u" 30th Mar
Karan4u5 m ago

Drums are costly to replace too.

Yes I was snared with that once
Karan4u8 m ago

Hp printer uses toner where it is sandwich'ed together with drum. That's …Hp printer uses toner where it is sandwich'ed together with drum. That's why they are expensive. With some other manufacturer (brother etc) they don't.

A toner sandwich - yum - prefer the chunks to the flakes
Looked at this earlier this week. Great price for the printer but didn't post it here because the food price is untenable.
Bring back the AIO Dell 17xx laser deals that used to hover around £150 with silly cheap toner.
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