HP Officejet Pro 8720 All-in-one inkjet business printer, £100 trade-in offer with 3 years warranty - £139.98 to £39.98 @ eBuyer
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HP Officejet Pro 8720 All-in-one inkjet business printer, £100 trade-in offer with 3 years warranty - £139.98 to £39.98 @ eBuyer

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Edited by:"Ph0enix"Found 20th Aug
Get a HP OfficeJet Pro 8720 for £39.98, through HP trade-in promotion. Please note the £50 cashback offer is a different promotion to trade-in.

HP is currently doing an cashback for trading in your old working printers, when purchasing the following models:

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  • HP OfficeJet Pro 8720 All-in-One £100
  • HP OfficeJet Pro 8710 All-in-One £60
  • HP OfficeJet Pro 8740 All-in-One £35 (Expired)
  • HP OfficeJet Pro 8730 All-in-One £25 (Expired)


HP OfficeJet Pro Trade-In Link (Expires 31/10/2017)
h41201.www4.hp.com/AdL…/1/

Links are broken, search for "HP Global Promotions" first link then go to Trade-In


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Best offer is to buy the HP 8720, the differences are:

8730
  • 2400 x 1200 print quality (lesser than 8720 model that has 4800 x 1200 resolution)
  • Faster CPU at 1.2 Ghz (8720 model 600 Mhz)
  • Document Printing from USB
  • single-pass, two-sided automatic ADF for scanning (Quicker and less wear)
8740 (Inc. 8730)
  • Extra paper tray

Remember to claim your warranty by registering
Claim 3 year warranty
h41201.www4.hp.com/WMC…ts/

Links are broken, search for "HP OfficeJet 3 Warranty" first link


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I've purchased directly from HP Store (Got Work Discount) have bad experience with eBuyer with their services but they are the cheapest available seller. I do not know if this promotion is for re-seller only, I will update this post when my trade-in gone through.

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£50 Cashback , can you claim both ?, if so they are paying you to buy the printer !

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I believe you can not stack the cashback, the terms says 'may not' but the promotion website would detect the same serial number your entered for trade in.

£100 trade-in is better, if you can't find a useless printer than £50 cashback is easier.
Edited by: "Ph0enix" 20th Aug

Does anyone have one - are these any good for photo printing?

Guessing u can get cashback if u order off amazon

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You would assume Amazon is a main reseller for HP, but if they don't publish the promotion on their website you may not get the trade-in or cashback promotion. Just contact Amazon?

h41201.www4.hp.com/WMC…ls/
Copy and paste as the trade doubler screws it
Edited by: "mahmouddiaa" 21st Aug

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Oddly the links posted on here is automatically converted by HUKD, try searching "HP Global Promotions" top link. It will display trade-in and cashback offers for printers.

CrazyBob4 h, 17 m ago

Does anyone have one - are these any good for photo printing?


I've got the version in black (8725) and while I haven't tried it on photo paper I've not noticed any issues with images generally.

How does the free ink offer work? Can I register the ink offer and get 2 months supply for free then cancel the subscription?

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inonefly6 h, 28 m ago

How does the free ink offer work? Can I register the ink offer and get 2 …How does the free ink offer work? Can I register the ink offer and get 2 months supply for free then cancel the subscription?


Instant ink works as a subscription offer, let's say you put your print allowance 1000 per month. You are allowed to print upto 1000 per month within that time you get ink sent to you when your printer is getting low. You must be connected to the internet, and you won't get ink sent out until you run almost dry. That is what I read....

OP this is a cracking find, however your post does not make it clear that the price is reduced down to £39.98 with the promotion (rather gives the impression it is £139.98 WITH the promotion). You'd probably get more hotness if you edit it.

What an incredible price for an office-grade printer. Mostly due to the very low labour and raw material costs wherever HP has outsourced its manufacturing to (probably the PRC). A certain leader in the US wants to bring manufacturing back to the USA, at which point these printers will be at least triple these prices!! Buy while you can, this kind of economic conservatism/isolationism will mean the death of many currently flourishing brands.
Edited by: "hcc27" 21st Aug

Corret
Ph0enix1 h, 50 m ago

Instant ink works as a subscription offer, let's say you put your print …Instant ink works as a subscription offer, let's say you put your print allowance 1000 per month. You are allowed to print upto 1000 per month within that time you get ink sent to you when your printer is getting low. You must be connected to the internet, and you won't get ink sent out until you run almost dry. That is what I read....


Correct, however the highest no of pages you can go for is 300/month, their 'frequent plan'. Instant Ink does not cater to office-type workflows, they will lose a lot of money that way.

HP website only shows £50 cash back..
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hcc2726 m ago

OP this is a cracking find, however your post does not make it clear that …OP this is a cracking find, however your post does not make it clear that the price is reduced down to £39.98 with the promotion (rather gives the impression it is £139.98 WITH the promotion). You'd probably get more hotness if you edit it.What an incredible price for an office-grade printer. Mostly due to the very low labour and raw material costs wherever HP has outsourced its manufacturing to (probably the PRC). A certain leader in the US wants to bring manufacturing back to the USA, at which point these printers will be at least triple these prices!! Buy while you can, this kind of economic conservatism/isolationism will mean the death of many currently floroushing brands.


It's seems the title been edited by HUKD staff, I've put it down as £39.98 in the title. But with any cashback I believe they wanted the retail price displayed just encase you can't retrieve the cashback. Since it's HP own promotion, I don't see how it would fail unless you have them a printer that doesn't work.

HP trade-in also pick up your printer, either at home or work. Though I'm still in the process of getting the offer validated.

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davidg_croydon1 m ago

HP website only shows £50 cash back..[Image]


There are two others cashback £50 or trade-in printer for £100. Search for "HP Global Promotions", there is a trade-in tab oddly they don't display it on the website I had to search for it.

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hcc2726 m ago

Corret Correct, however the highest no of pages you can go for is …Corret Correct, however the highest no of pages you can go for is 300/month, their 'frequent plan'. Instant Ink does not cater to office-type workflows, they will lose a lot of money that way.


That's true, I didn't think the print allowance was low. But then I don't print much for myself, I've got the HP 7740 which isn't available for instant ink.

I can get this printer straight from HP (via employer discount) at £130. The HP page says only £50 cashback though if I were to order from HP and then use the Global Promotions link to request the £100 trade in, would this work? What do you folks think?

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chada41 m ago

I can get this printer straight from HP (via employer discount) at £130. …I can get this printer straight from HP (via employer discount) at £130. The HP page says only £50 cashback though if I were to order from HP and then use the Global Promotions link to request the £100 trade in, would this work? What do you folks think?



That's what I'm currently doing, the HP website would only display the cashback. My submission is currently waiting to be process, and I have purchased it via the HP Store. I can let you know if it does go through, as I'm not 100% sure why they don't display it.

But their printers on the HP store are going out of stock....when I bought the 7740 (next day delivery) it is now OOS , and the 8720 (next day delivery) is now delayed delivery.

Ph0enix4 m ago

That's what I'm currently doing, the HP website would only display the …That's what I'm currently doing, the HP website would only display the cashback. My submission is currently waiting to be process, and I have purchased it via the HP Store. I can let you know if it does go through, as I'm not 100% sure why they don't display it.But their printers on the HP store are going out of stock....when I bought the 7740 (next day delivery) it is now OOS , and the 8720 (next day delivery) is now delayed delivery.


Yes, not sure why they don't display it - hope it is not a reseller only promo. I guess I could always order it and if HP refuse the cash back, I could return it (don't open it until the CB is approved). Do let me know how your claim goes. Thanks

inonefly9 h, 50 m ago

How does the free ink offer work? Can I register the ink offer and get 2 …How does the free ink offer work? Can I register the ink offer and get 2 months supply for free then cancel the subscription?



No, the catridges sent as part of the offer only work while you're subscribing

inonefly9 h, 53 m ago

How does the free ink offer work? Can I register the ink offer and get 2 …How does the free ink offer work? Can I register the ink offer and get 2 months supply for free then cancel the subscription?



The instant ink plans are detailed here:

instantink.hpconnected.com/uk/…n/r

You can cancel at any time and your sub will end at the end of that month (so cancel after first month and sub will terminate within the free 2 months).

You can use code FREEINK to get an extra free month, it will stack with any free months that come with the printer. If you know anyone that is an existing subscriber you can ask them (not allowed on forum threads) for a referral code and get another extra month. Easiest way is to enter these during printer setup and instant ink setup.

If you get the printer its definitely worth singing up for instant ink and rinsing the free months. Depending on how much you print and what you print it can still work out competitive against buying carts once the trial expires. For example if you print lots of full colour pages and will roughly hit the plan page limit, its worth considering. If you print text/black and white predominantly and won't use up the plan pages, probably not worth it.
Edited by: "Mentos" 21st Aug

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Mentos25 m ago

The instant ink plans are detailed …The instant ink plans are detailed here:https://instantink.hpconnected.com/uk/en/rYou can cancel at any time and your sub will end at the end of that month (so cancel after first month and sub will terminate within the free 2 months).You can use code FREEINK to get an extra free month, it will stack with any free months that come with the printer. If you know anyone that is an existing subscriber you can ask them (not allowed on forum threads) for a referral code and get another extra month. Easiest way is to enter these during printer setup and instant ink setup.If you get the printer its definitely worth singing up for instant ink and rinsing the free months. Depending on how much you print and what you print it can still work out competitive against buying carts once the trial expires. For example if you print lots of full colour pages and will roughly hit the plan page limit, its worth considering. If you print text/black and white predominantly and won't use up the plan pages, probably not worth it.


Please note that the following
HP Setup cartridges
Black: ~800
Cyan/yellow/magenta: ~490

HP 953
Black: ~1000
Cyan/yellow/magenta: 700

HP 953XL
Black: ~2000
Cyan/yellow/magenta: 1600

HP 957XL
Black: ~3000


You may not even get new cartridge sent if you do not hit the low level ink requirement when printing with the starter pack. If you are planning to use the HP Instant Ink subscription, there are 3 packages

£1.99/month
50 pages

£3.49/month
100 pages

£7.99/month
300 pages

You can end the subscription at any time
Edited by: "Ph0enix" 21st Aug

So you can just trade in any working printer and get this for £39.98?

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dean_brfc2 m ago

So you can just trade in any working printer and get this for £39.98?


Yes

Ph0enix57 m ago

Please note that the followingHP Setup cartridgesBlack: …Please note that the followingHP Setup cartridgesBlack: ~800Cyan/yellow/magenta: ~490HP 953Black: ~1000Cyan/yellow/magenta: 700HP 953XLBlack: ~2000Cyan/yellow/magenta: 1600HP 957XLBlack: ~3000You may not even get new cartridge sent if you do not hit the low level ink requirement when printing with the starter pack. If you are planning to use the HP Instant Ink subscription, there are 3 packages£1.99/month50 pages£3.49/month100 pages£7.99/month300 pagesYou can end the subscription at any time


In my experience they sent carts straight away, despite the starter carts still having ink. But we got the 8710 with ~£80 instant ink credit plus 3 months free trial, so perhaps thats why they sent the carts.

Its worth bearing in mind the instant ink carts will be disabled once your subscription ends. From what I understand your starter carts will become instant ink carts, therefore it may be worth rinsing them until they are almost empty before signing up for the trial. I don't believe theres any way to sign up without an active cart in the printer, but I didn't look to hard as wasn't too bothered about the starter carts.

Struggling to see details on the £100 cash back? All I can see is £50...

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techsearchuk26 m ago

Struggling to see details on the £100 cash back? All I can see is £50...


On HP website they do not advertise the trade in promotion, just search "HP Global Promotions". I do not know if this is only for resellers only, I'm currently in the process of doing it through HP themselves.

We have one of these printers at work. print quality is fine, but it is very slow to print the first page, up to 30 seconds or so.

Ph0enix5 h, 37 m ago

On HP website they do not advertise the trade in promotion, just search …On HP website they do not advertise the trade in promotion, just search "HP Global Promotions". I do not know if this is only for resellers only, I'm currently in the process of doing it through HP themselves.

Keep us posted I am hoping to get it if thats confirmed

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mahmouddiaa11 m ago

Keep us posted I am hoping to get it if thats confirmed


I'll do, so far eBuyer, Misco are the only stores that are promoting the trade-in.

What are the ink prices like?

Can you trade in any printer? I have old ink jet from HP that could print, scan and copy?
How does trade in actually work? Where do you send the printer?

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From_the_Midlands8 h, 1 m ago

Can you trade in any printer? I have old ink jet from HP that could print, …Can you trade in any printer? I have old ink jet from HP that could print, scan and copy? How does trade in actually work? Where do you send the printer?


As long that the printer works, has useable ink they issue you £100 cashback via bank transfer. They will collect your printer from you as well.

Are there any printers capable of printing in A3 format on offer?
Thanks

Love this deal thank you

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barbituran3 h, 14 m ago

Are there any printers capable of printing in A3 format on offer?Thanks


I've got the HP 7740 which does not have trade-in promotion.

But it has just the £50 cashback which is more than enough, roughly cost £90 with the cashback.

Main reason for me to use the HP 7740:
+A3
+Single pass through ADF
+Faster 1.2GHz CPU
+Scan to USB, email, PC
+Two paper tray

-Massive
-Cost (£50 more than the 8720)

Is it available for business customers only?

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MusicInMe15 m ago

Is it available for business customers only?


Nope, it just a business printer. More than capable of doing simple consumer workload. The trade in promotion is open to business and consumers I believe

Ph0enix12 m ago

Nope, it just a business printer. More than capable of doing simple …Nope, it just a business printer. More than capable of doing simple consumer workload. The trade in promotion is open to business and consumers I believe



I was asking whether is this promotion open for private customers or business only. Btw should I trade-in OfficeJet printer or any (ie Photosmart but fully working) would be accepted?
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