HP Officejet Pro 8720 Multifunction WiFi Inkjet Printer £116.38 (£13.64 after trade-in) @ Ebuyer
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HP Officejet Pro 8720 Multifunction WiFi Inkjet Printer £116.38 (£13.64 after trade-in) @ Ebuyer

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Found 12th Sep 2017Edited by:"flamethrower"
This has been posted before (Previous deal ) but now the price has dropped again !
There is a £50 cashback offer as well running at the moment but I can confirm that you can't use both so trade-in an old printer obviously is the best option as you would get £100 back.
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seems a great deal but wouldnt it be £16.38 after cashback ?
This is a ridiculously low price for such a printer. Make sure you print a suitable amount though, the ink cartridges are pretty large (3,000 pages black, 1,600 colour for the best value ones. 1000 black, 700 colour for the smallest).
This looks much nicer than the 8710. I don't like all that black.
Why drop price do quick ..just received i
Printers like this are a loss leader. They make a loss on the printer and rake the profits in through ridiculously overpriced ink and toner.
Brought 2 now bargain
EndlessWaves44 m ago

This is a ridiculously low price for such a printer. Make sure you print a …This is a ridiculously low price for such a printer. Make sure you print a suitable amount though, the ink cartridges are pretty large (3,000 pages black, 1,600 colour for the best value ones. 1000 black, 700 colour for the smallest).


Any ideas on the ink prices chea
Edited by: "7day" 12th Sep 2017
Also 3 year warranty when you register with HP
Will a printer I want to trade-in has run out of ink but still good, will such a printer accepted as a valid trade-in?
Could someone help. Will they take any printer as long as it works
Jazzcool18 m ago

Will a printer I want to trade-in has run out of ink but still good, will …Will a printer I want to trade-in has run out of ink but still good, will such a printer accepted as a valid trade-in?


Yes as long as it has ink and can print a page
donthasslethe19 m ago

Could someone help. Will they take any printer as long as it works



donthasslethe19 m ago

Could someone help. Will they take any printer as long as it works


As long as it's a inkjet printer. Like for like trade in
Thanks, ordered.
just received mine last week and still unpacked, can I return it then purchase again?
Can someone advise with instant ink is it different number of cartridges per plan or is it a set sent out and as you use it they replace it? - considering signing up for 2 months and cancelling
Can someone point to the terms and conditions of trade on like who bears the cost of sending the old printer.
How do I trade my printer in? How do I physically get it to them?
mantha2in9 m ago

How do I trade my printer in? How do I physically get it to them?


Buy printer, receive printer, fill in form within date and time (very strict), they will collect printer or old scanner
I have a HP 4527, 4-5 months old, can I trade in and still get £100?
If you click through on the link on HP website it says they collect your old printer

How does the trade-in program work?


  • First prepare all required information.
  • Select your new products and your return products.
  • You will receive an offer with the value of the return payment.
  • Enter the product details.
  • Enter your contact details.
  • Successfully uploaded invoice/proof of purchase document.
  • Read and accept the Terms & conditions.
  • Accept the offer.
  • You will receive your order number and information on the next steps.
  • After your application has been successfully checked your order will be approved.
  • HP will collect your old products.
tapash5 m ago

I have a HP 4527, 4-5 months old, can I trade in and still get £100?



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.
centurion8 m ago

When you purchase a new HP printer, you can trade in your old printer - …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.


thanks
but i am getting confused about 6 month old printer term..
6 month I bought or
6 month ago manufactured?
I've done a few HP cashback + trade-in printer deals before - all purchased via eBuyer. Have previously traded in the oldest, dirtiest, rubbish printer (usually inkjet) that I have somehow acquired and got the cashbacks without issue.
Tempted again!
How do I get the free instant ink? Can I also put in a referral code and get longer?
I seen the terms about uploading proof off purchase but I can't find mine or I would deffo go for this deal
duggie198211 m ago

I seen the terms about uploading proof off purchase but I can't find mine …I seen the terms about uploading proof off purchase but I can't find mine or I would deffo go for this deal

They will email proof of purchase when you by from ebuyer
OperateOnMe1 h, 19 m ago

Buy printer, receive printer, fill in form within date and time (very …Buy printer, receive printer, fill in form within date and time (very strict), they will collect printer or old scanner


That's great. Thanks for the help. I will probably go for it then.
chrisjdhuckle11 m ago

They will email proof of purchase when you by from ebuyer


Soz, I thought it meant the old product, just noticed there it is for the new one

cheers - I'm going for it
Noticed on ebuyer linked revoo someone asked

"Hi

Can you claim both the trade-in deal and the cashback deal with the same purchase?

Regards"

RESPONSE

Bartreplied on 09 September 2017 Don't know yet. Just waiting for trade in cashback and then will submit the other. Fingers crossed..
Alanreplied on 09 September 2017 No, but the best deal I think is the trade-in,


I am hoping Alan is wrong
Price gone up to £119.99?
OperateOnMe1 h, 59 m ago

Can someone advise with instant ink is it different number of cartridges …Can someone advise with instant ink is it different number of cartridges per plan or is it a set sent out and as you use it they replace it? - considering signing up for 2 months and cancelling

When I signed in they sent me set of cartridges , so as you use- replace. I'm not sure what's if you disconnect printer after 2 months from internet with new cartridges. You can have 3th month with referral code.
Bit upset I bought the 8710 now but still really happy with it! Incredible price. Excellent paired with HP instant ink.
Looks a great printer, but it is physically huge.

Ordered it a few days ago and then cancelled when I saw one in the flesh.

Shame, as it a brilliant price.
Pasanda3 h, 50 m ago

Printers like this are a loss leader. They make a loss on the printer and …Printers like this are a loss leader. They make a loss on the printer and rake the profits in through ridiculously overpriced ink and toner.


Actually the ink for this is pretty reasonable as manufacturer ink goes, the 957 black catridge is £34 for 3000 pages.
119.98?
Woo - missed out on the 8710 one by going to lunch and coming back and the price had gone up, so jumped on this.

Quidco'd (which I think the price in the title reflects) and my £59 colour laser which will cost me 3x that to replace the toners (which are running low) I will gladly depart with for £100
Mrs. has just started a new job and having a duplex'ing, scanning, more 'friendly' printer will be great (a £59 colour laser is a fussy, jamming, piece of crap, really!)

Thanks, OP!
Anyone know whether the printer you are trading needs to have any ink left or even ink carriages fitted ?
Its now £119.99
antah4 h, 47 m ago

Anyone know whether the printer you are trading needs to have any ink left …Anyone know whether the printer you are trading needs to have any ink left or even ink carriages fitted ?


yes, it needs ink and ability to print test page
Deal is too good to miss just hope I get the trade in as well

Thank you
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