HP OfficeJet Pro 8728 All-in-One Colour Wireless Inkjet Printer £99.99 plus £50 HP cashback = £49.99 + 3 year warranty + 4 month free Trial HP Instant Ink @ Currys
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HP OfficeJet Pro 8728 All-in-One Colour Wireless Inkjet Printer £99.99 plus £50 HP cashback = £49.99 + 3 year warranty + 4 month free Trial HP Instant Ink @ Currys

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Found 13th Oct
£100 price drop on this HP Office colour wireless printer, selling for around £200 at other retailers so sub £50 factoring in HP cashback looks decent.

There are a number of offers including:
  • £50 HP cashback (making the printer sub £50)
  • 3 year warranty when you register the product
  • 4 month free trial HP Instant Ink
  • Free delivery included, or c+c at time of posting

The printer gets good reviews and have checked Which? and scores 69%

"Decent print quality, good copier and scanner, Apple AirPrint, wi-fi, auto double-sided printing"



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Key Product features

  • Instant Ink - 4 months free trial
  • WiFi / Apple AirPrint / Google Cloud Print
  • Colour print / copy / scan / fax
  • Automatic double-sided printing
  • 4800 x 1200 dpi

32 Comments

Wow!! Nice one

Awesome printer for the money. Just be sure to check the dimensions of it, it is rather chubby.

49.95 x 53.01 x 33.91 cm (width x depth x height)
Edited by: "SUMMONER" 13th Oct

Cheers chichi.

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Smoking Hot!

Currys says 3 year warranty is £21.99. On the link for warranty its all in French and can't find the warranty section on there?!? Am I being thick?

1 via ebay currys if anyone needs/prefers

cd198617 m ago

Currys says 3 year warranty is £21.99. On the link for warranty its all in …Currys says 3 year warranty is £21.99. On the link for warranty its all in French and can't find the warranty section on there?!? Am I being thick?



with the 8720 from ebuyer, when that deal was going, once you purchased, in the box there was a free extended warranty. so check before you buy.

cd198621 m ago

Currys says 3 year warranty is £21.99. On the link for warranty its all in …Currys says 3 year warranty is £21.99. On the link for warranty its all in French and can't find the warranty section on there?!? Am I being thick?



As above, and if you click through the link in thje description it goes through a clickdoubler account, earning the OP money!!

I have reported it.

Original Poster

cd198622 m ago

Currys says 3 year warranty is £21.99. On the link for warranty its all in …Currys says 3 year warranty is £21.99. On the link for warranty its all in French and can't find the warranty section on there?!? Am I being thick?



cd198622 m ago

Currys says 3 year warranty is £21.99. On the link for warranty its all in …Currys says 3 year warranty is £21.99. On the link for warranty its all in French and can't find the warranty section on there?!? Am I being thick?

Warranty is from HP. If you go to product specifications at the bottom it says around 3 year warranty. If you look at the printer on ebuyer, bt etc you should be able to see more around 3 year warranty.

Original Poster

Gentle_Giant6 m ago

As above, and if you click through the link in thje description it goes …As above, and if you click through the link in thje description it goes through a clickdoubler account, earning the OP money!!I have reported it.




I copied the links from the Curry's site.

Have removed them.

Sorry if this is a dumb question, but could someone explain to me what this printer has over the cheaper ones from the same range? As far as I can tell, they all colour print/double-sided/scan/copy/fax, they all have wifi/cloud capability, and they have the same print resolution, but this one seems huge. Is it paper capacity/ink capacity, auto document feeding for scanning, the need for a chunky printing monster?
Edited by: "Katanaqui" 13th Oct

Great deal, would have went for this one, but struggling with space.

doh, struggling to get the link to work!


Extended warranty info, go to store/hp.com, then add UKStore/Merch/Offer.aspx?p=printer-extended-warranty〈=en-GB
Edited by: "moeman" 13th Oct

Chanchi3214 m ago

I copied the links from the Curry's site.Have removed them.



OK, the cashback link worked correctly, it was the free warranty that triggered the alert in my browser.

My 2 pence worth on the actual device itself; HP make good printers, HOWEVER they have a history of not supporting them long term, and also of charging exorbitant amount for the ink a year after a new model has been launched.

I got caught out on my last TWO HP printer purchases, the first they wouldnt issue a new driver, so you were stuck with basic print functions only, after M$ brought out their new OS less than a year later; the second (a laser), the cart prices went from £15 to £60 EACH less than 6 months after purchase, while the yield actually dropped from 1200 pages to 800.

Even that 800 was only achieved by switching off the "99% empty" cart alerts; they would trigger at less than 400 pages.

After a decade of sneering at Epson, I finally bought one in despair at both Cannon and HP; and never looked back; a SET of 48ml carts - colour and black, cost me £30 and last forever, even better, they keep printing to the last drop of ink.

I ended up going for the HP OfficeJet Pro 8718 (from Currys too) with 13 months Instant Ink 500 page plan included - £79.99 with HP Cashback. Perfect for me as we do a ton of printing. Currently not available for home delivery but loads of stock for click and collect near me.

Currys product code: 194028
Edited by: "Norse" 13th Oct

All gone now!

Gentle_Giant49 m ago

OK, the cashback link worked correctly, it was the free warranty that …OK, the cashback link worked correctly, it was the free warranty that triggered the alert in my browser.My 2 pence worth on the actual device itself; HP make good printers, HOWEVER they have a history of not supporting them long term, and also of charging exorbitant amount for the ink a year after a new model has been launched.I got caught out on my last TWO HP printer purchases, the first they wouldnt issue a new driver, so you were stuck with basic print functions only, after M$ brought out their new OS less than a year later; the second (a laser), the cart prices went from £15 to £60 EACH less than 6 months after purchase, while the yield actually dropped from 1200 pages to 800.Even that 800 was only achieved by switching off the "99% empty" cart alerts; they would trigger at less than 400 pages.After a decade of sneering at Epson, I finally bought one in despair at both Cannon and HP; and never looked back; a SET of 48ml carts - colour and black, cost me £30 and last forever, even better, they keep printing to the last drop of ink.


As a matter of interest, what model did you get? and was that price for original ink?

cd198622 m ago

All gone now!


it's back now in stock

Original Poster

bikeydz4 m ago

it's back now in stock




Curry's site has been playing up all day

bikeydz15 m ago

it's back now in stock

Won't let me check out lol

cd198641 s ago

Won't let me check out lol

Gone again lol

Thanks for the heads-up. Was a bit touch-and-go as initially OOS, then fortunately checked back 10 min later (+ve) got one, then gone again 5 min later! SO KEEP ON CHECKING BACK...MAY YET GET LUCKY
Appreciate if anyone can cast some light on question working compatability of generic replacement (or skillfully topped up original HP cartridges)??? Notice an HP replacement catridge cost as much as printer! plus since my last HP it would appear they have now fitted a smart chip to cartridge

Be careful with the HP cashback. Bought a printer on a similar deal but HP refused to honour the cash back as the invoice I received from ebuyer wasn't good enough!

Laura.Palmer
Appreciate if you could get back to me re refill info. Sorry not sure how to do PM on this site. Many thanks

I really don't get why the mods delete the posts that enable people to get an additional month free on top of that that the deal provides. It's not as though someone posting a code is cutting hotukdeals.com out of anything - it just gives prospective buyers more of an incentive to make money for hotukdeals.com. Everyone wins.

I agree I had to sign up withput one as all the codes had been deleted and couldnt find anything online!

I take it the only difference between the 8720 and this one is colour of plastic???


I have the 8720 from the great ebuyer offer. HP are notorious at finding ways of not honouring printer cashbacks and delay things - I had 5 attempts at printer collection for the cashback deal.

Couple of words of warning.

update - then turn on and off printer a few times before adding all the scan to print settings!!! Otherwise it will mess it will forget after a couple of standby sessions.

use codes - if using hp instant ink, pm me for for a code or look on ebuyer site at similar printer and descriptions gives you a code. Do not insert the instant inks straight away otherwise your free trial starts straight away, finish off your starter inks as they are fresh. The HP instant ink have special chips which HP can turn on/off

GMAIL - create a dedicated gmail account for this printer to use gmail storage/scan to email (it will send from this account), dropbox, cloud printing...... the reason for a seperate gmail is you have to go into settings and reduce all security for scan to email to work

HP ePrint - do not be reliant on this service, HP will only support it for a few years and then cut you off without warning

apart from initial hiccup, printer is great - best thing is ADF with duplex scan plus duplex print and it does not spew prints onto the floor. There is no bluetooth but it does have wifi direct and nfc printing

ianwainwright3 h, 59 m ago

Be careful with the HP cashback. Bought a printer on a similar deal but …Be careful with the HP cashback. Bought a printer on a similar deal but HP refused to honour the cash back as the invoice I received from ebuyer wasn't good enough!

Then contact ebuyer for a proper invoice that HP will accept, as many others have done win win

Love my HP Instant Ink
If you have any questions about it feel free to ask

Mine got cancelled 😣
Edited by: "cd1986" 16th Oct

cliosport6513th Oct

Love my HP Instant Ink :)If you have any questions about it feel free to …Love my HP Instant Ink :)If you have any questions about it feel free to ask


I can answer questions about this deal too
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