HP OfficeJet Pro 8710 Wireless All-in-One Printer HPSTORE £75, £15 after trade in, 3 year warranty
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HP OfficeJet Pro 8710 Wireless All-in-One Printer HPSTORE £75, £15 after trade in, 3 year warranty

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Found 8th Sep 2017
Ebuyer have increased price, but HP Store has lowered, and you can claim 3 year warranty, and potentially 3% quidco
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Original Poster
Link to trade in , goes to french website, google HP trade in 8710 you will find UK site


h41201.www4.hp.com/WMC…ls/
Edited by: "bowdiddly" 8th Sep 2017
Original Poster
Quidco would pay out on £75 less vat, so a couple of £, brings overall cost down.

No mention of 2 months free Instant Ink
How does this work? - The HP website says £75, but cashback is only £20 ?, bringing the total to £55 ?
...and a set of carts for the same price.
Original Poster
ignore the cashback, if you have an old printer they will give you £60 trade in
Original Poster
see this thread , it gives info re instant ink and trade in etc hotukdeals.com/dea…863
bowdiddly3 m ago

ignore the cashback, if you have an old printer they will give you £60 …ignore the cashback, if you have an old printer they will give you £60 trade in


Thanks. The links above just take me to the French homepage of HP. I know it says it must be fully functional but does anyone know from past experience whether this actually needs to be the case ?
Original Poster
D9L18A is the code, not model number ?

From HP website
Code Qualifying HP Products TIV (£) Product availability
D9L18A HP OfficeJet Pro 8710 All-in-One £60.00 01/08/2017 - 31/10/2017
D9L19A HP OfficeJet Pro 8720 All-in-One £100.00 01/08/2017 - 31/10/2017
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happymanuk3 m ago

Thanks. The links above just take me to the French homepage of HP. I …Thanks. The links above just take me to the French homepage of HP. I know it says it must be fully functional but does anyone know from past experience whether this actually needs to be the case ?



Link to trade in , goes to french website, google HP trade in 8710 you will find UK site
I'll repeat what I said above. Can anybody get a link that HUKD doesn't mangle?

Crap there is tradein but the link ** MUST BE MANUALLY COPIED BECAUSE HUKD MANGLES IT **
h41201.www4.hp.com/WMCF.Web/uk/en/promotion/12230/Details/

Screenshot here :-

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Edited by: "Musicrab" 8th Sep 2017
Can you claim cashback and tradein?
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ferdy1475 m ago

Can you claim cashback and tradein?


no, this was discussed on previous ebuyer thread
Edited by: "bowdiddly" 8th Sep 2017
terms says:
Combination with special pricing or other promotions.
This offer MAY NOT be combined with (or “stacked” with) other HP promotional offers or special pricing agreements with HP which are offered during the same period.
So can we claim? as it says cannot use this offer with special pricing?
Edited by: "ashishdaa" 8th Sep 2017
bowdiddly31 m ago

no, this was discussed on previous ebuyer thread


Thanks for the prompt response!
Has anyone actually found the right link. None of the above work or make sense.

The way I've read it is you have to buy the printer up front and then claim the trade in value back, which is more of a cash back deal than trade in as you are having to fork out the total cost first?

Does anyone know how long it takes to get the trade in value reimbursed?
Edited by: "philhib1964" 8th Sep 2017
Good price good printer
But question
What happens if they reject my trade in
Can I then go for cash back
Does one need to go for the instant ink offer ? I don't like the idea of HP managing my ink requirements and telling me how many pages per month i can print.
philhib19641 h, 14 m ago

Has anyone actually found the right link. None of the above work or make …Has anyone actually found the right link. None of the above work or make sense.The way I've read it is you have to buy the printer up front and then claim the trade in value back, which is more of a cash back deal than trade in as you are having to fork out the total cost first?Does anyone know how long it takes to get the trade in value reimbursed?

I have completed the HP form. Email states....

Provided the application has been approved, our carrier will pick up the equipment during your business hours. The payments will be made by electronic bank transfer within 45 days after receipt of the return products at our test centre. The period between offer and return must not exceed 30 days.
The one you trade in must be fully working. Alas mine isn't.
Edited by: "bluetang" 8th Sep 2017
Great deal!
bluetang13 m ago

The one you trade in must be fully working. Alas mine isn't.


Does this mean it must have ink and be able to print? Or is it enough if you put in new ink cartridges, it would work? I say this as I have a fully working printer that has empty cartridges.
I have got in writing that purchase from HP online direct is covered under the trade-in rules so they are the cheapest source at the moment
no free ink though
Does it matter what the spec of the trade in printer is? Does it have to be an all in one? I've got an old epson, which prints and copies, but the scanner is toast.
phiras44 m ago

Does this mean it must have ink and be able to print? Or is it enough if …Does this mean it must have ink and be able to print? Or is it enough if you put in new ink cartridges, it would work? I say this as I have a fully working printer that has empty cartridges.



Check out h41201.www4.hp.com/WMC…ls/


It states - When you purchase a new HP printer, you can trade in your old printer - regardless of the manufacturer. One condition: the old printer must be at least 6 months old and fully-functioning.
I assume they are going to scrap the old printers, as they can't do a lot with them. I can't understand why they are bothered if they are fully-functioning? - Are they going to pay someone to start testing the old ones ?
Unfortunately the link I just posted does not work. As per OP's postings you need to google HP trade in 8710 which takes you to the T&Cs which say When you purchase a new HP printer, you can trade in your old printer - regardless of the manufacturer. One condition: the old printer must be at least 6 months old and fully-functioning.
I've had a look at this and it's saying for business use only. Ami looking in the wrong place please?
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mollypolly1 h, 24 m ago

I've had a look at this and it's saying for business use only. Ami looking …I've had a look at this and it's saying for business use only. Ami looking in the wrong place please?


Participants
Only end-user customers are allowed to participate in this program. That means end-user customers are claiming and
receiving the trade-in value.
The person or company claiming and entitled to receive the trade-in value is in the following referred as “participant”.


So it eems to cover business and non business customers
happymanuk1 h, 41 m ago

I assume they are going to scrap the old printers, as they can't do a lot …I assume they are going to scrap the old printers, as they can't do a lot with them. I can't understand why they are bothered if they are fully-functioning? - Are they going to pay someone to start testing the old ones ?


If you read the T&Cs it does state all printers will be subject to tests before trade in value is agreed. It may be working OK when it leaves you but who knows what could happen to it in transit? And, if it is found not to be working you have to pay all postal costs.
sbirsen4 h, 17 m ago

Does one need to go for the instant ink offer ? I don't like the idea of …Does one need to go for the instant ink offer ? I don't like the idea of HP managing my ink requirements and telling me how many pages per month i can print.


No, you don't NEED to go for Instant Ink but, in my experience as a low usage printer (50 sheets per month) its a great deal at £1.99/month because a. the inks are pukka b. they are delivered to your door and c. it's actually quite cheap (£24/year).
If you print more than this then go for a different package - the saving are higher the more printing that you do.

And, the Tradein link is here but **NB** must be copied and pasted into your own browser
because HUKD still mangles the link. h41201.www4.hp.com/WMCF.Web/uk/en/promotion/12230/Details
Edited by: "Musicrab" 8th Sep 2017
bowdiddly14 h, 7 m ago

ParticipantsOnly end-user customers are allowed to participate in this …ParticipantsOnly end-user customers are allowed to participate in this program. That means end-user customers are claiming andreceiving the trade-in value.The person or company claiming and entitled to receive the trade-in value is in the following referred as “participant”. So it eems to cover business and non business customers


Thank you
Seems a no brainer. I have an old (4 years+) HP3520 so for £15 its a decent upgrade
Shame you have to wait until you get the new one to get the serial number before you can claim
Shame as my current HP has some jamming error - otherwise it works fine.
Drooler10 m ago

Shame you have to wait until you get the new one to get the serial number …Shame you have to wait until you get the new one to get the serial number before you can claim


If you have a look at your invoice from HP, this gives you a serial number to quote on the claim site.
argyle735 m ago

If you have a look at your invoice from HP, this gives you a serial number …If you have a look at your invoice from HP, this gives you a serial number to quote on the claim site.


Legend. Thanks for that.
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