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Canon Pixma TS3150 Multi-Function Printer - £12.25 RTC - In-Store - Tesco Yeading
LocalLocalFound 26th JulFound 26th Jul
Probably a local-only deal but worth checking other stores. The Canon TS3150 is a printer/scanner/copier which is both USB and Wi-Fi enabled, and also cloud printing enabled with … Read more

Decent price (cheeky)


I used to have a Canon printer and only fed it 3rd party cartridges as well, no problems for me either. I do the same with my current Epson, far cheaper than genuine inks and the results are quite satisfactory.


I have a canon printer and use 3rd party refurbished cartridges, works just fine


£49 at Tesco Edinburgh. I think this bargain may be store specific going by the yellow/black reduced barcode stickers in OP's photo....sadly ;(


I voted cold becuase Canon ink cartridges are very expensive and the printers are rigged in a way which prevents you from using copy cartridges. I switched to a HP printer whoose cartridges are cheaper.

Canon PIXMA TS5151  All-in-One Wireless Wi-Fi Printer, White for £12.99 @ John Lewis (C&C £2 or P&P £3.50) - 2 year guarantee
Found 26th JunFound 26th Jun
Yesterday whilst browsing JL I noticed this nice canon printer for £12.99 (nerd) Could be some kind of new disposable AIO printer perhaps? -- Canon’s PIXMA TS5151 is a h… Read more
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Got mine delivered today


Looks like it was a misprice now at £69.95 - hope orders don't get cancelled


the ink cartridges that come with this are only to get started. They will quickly run out!


Ink cartridges alone can cost this price. Sometimes it would bet better just a buy a new printer. Good deal here but now out of stock


Ordered someone dropped out lol

Canon PIXMA MG2550S 4800X600 All-In-One Printer - £21.99 @ Amazon
Found 5th JunFound 5th Jun
Great price for an AIO printer. Comes with setup inks but USB printer cable not included.
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I've got one of these, would definitely recommend. For those wondering it comes with 1 colour and 1 black starter ink, they've actually lasted a good few months of average use, I haven't had to buy more ink even after 20+ uses. You will have to buy paper as well though.


Its AIO which means all in one.


I've been looking for a cheap flatbed scanner and this fits the bill quite nicely! Thanks OP!


A10 size? Really? 26 x 37 mm?


good deal

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Canon Pixma MX475 Wi-Fi All-in-One Colour Printer £29.99 Argos
Found 23rd MayFound 23rd May
Print, copy, scan and fax with ease using this affordable Wi-Fi All-In-One. Share functions between multiple PC's as well as mobile devices and enjoy the optional cost effective XL… Read more

Flagging the deal as expired doesn't seem to have any noticeable effect.


The printer companies should be forced to accept trade-ins or pay a Gov Recycling Levy to stop the landfill of these "cheap printers". Too many people buy the printers, see the extortionate cost of the new cartridges...then bin the printer in favour of a cheaper (with ink) NEW printer....SICK !!! :(


they do, but are you willing to pay the price?


It's called the razor and blades business model. You sell the expensive element of product at a low price or even make a loss on it, but then recover this through charging a lot more for the element of the product that needs to be replaced regularly. It's why the Gillette razors are on here for just delivery costs. They know exactly what they're doing, it's more profitable this way. I know plenty of people who get suckered in with a cheap printer then pay a spend a small fortune on ink over the next few years.


Recent court ruling allowing printer manufacturers 'epson' to protect their products by firmware to detect 3rd party carts. My xp 345 just had an update and now it no longer accepts 3rd party carts.. Took it back under curry's warranty and got the hp 2620 with the 10pages a month free ink Hp2620 was 29.99 at curry's pc world

Canon PIXMA MG2550S 4800X600 printer, scanner and copier, £22.98 at amazon
Found 21st MayFound 21st May
Ebuyer for same price Compact and affordable all-in-one colour printer, scanner and copier Prints documents and photos with ease

If you really want this printer, you can get it for £15.49 on Ebay :


So what is the cost of replacement cartridges on this one? Thanks


Oafish statements like that mean you're not very useful to anyone, as you probably already know.


Lucky you don’t make up the whole HotUKDeals community.


No wifi means not very useful to me. cold

Canon PIXMA MG2550S 4800X600 All-In-One Printer, £24.98 at amazon
Found 9th MayFound 9th May
Canon PIXMA MG2550S 4800 x 600 All-In-One PrinterThe perfect everyday All-In-One for printing, scanning and copying. From text-heavy documents to family photos, the compact Canon P… Read more

I've had one for about 3 years now. It's a little slow and the scanning utility is very dated but the only issues I've had were with it not occasionally not recognising a non-branded cartridge. Gone through 9 black and 3 coloured cartridges with no breakdowns.


I got this one heavily discounted at £34.95 and recommend it. If you go to cheap you end up something that will only last 6 months.


Hmmm this sounds hot!!


Only had problems with mine


After buying and using this I wouldn’t recommend it to others. Iv had it less than a year and ink cartilage has already been changed 4 times.

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Canon Pixma MX475 Wi-Fi All-In-One Colour Printer now £29.99 / Epson XP-245 All-In-One Wi-Fi Printer £29.99 C+C @ Argos
Found 2nd MayFound 2nd May
Argos have reduced the prices on a fair few Printers for the Bank Holiday weekend, Get Deal goes to all in the offer, will pop a few individual links to their better buys below. F… Read more
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Would either of these handle card printing ? Looking for something with a flat paper path


You can buy the refillable ink cartridges for the Epson, and then the Ink is cheap enough. Refillable Cartridges: Cheap Ink:


Probably as it was posted by a moderator...


Canon one is £49.99 following the link. Still, not bad for a document scanner with some option print capabilities :)


Bought this from argos last October and it broke on January although i used it once a month if that

Canon PIXMA iP7250 Colour Inkjet Printer With Wi-Fi £40.95 @ Amazon (Prime Exclusive)
Found 5th MarFound 5th Mar
High performance 5 ink photo printer with Wi-Fi Photolab quality printing, fast Low-profile design with integrated paper trays Mobile printing and Apple AirPrint My Image Garde… Read more

hi did you just buy it from new and instead of using the normal ink you bought the the edible inks thanks billy


Help, anyone have this? I cannot get AirPrint to work?? Seem connected to router but IOS says no AirPrint printers found, doing my head in. Google no help either :(


Amazon and canon say different Sam, But you won't respond to answer anyone who is critical of you and says your wrong, stop with your cut n paste stock, repetative, trolling will you.


It would be, if that were true, which it isn't.


No wireless printing , no Mobil e printing. Big negative

Canon PIXMA MG3053 Colour Ink‑jet ‑ Printer / copier / scanner £27.99 @ Argos
Found 28th JanFound 28th Jan
All-In-One colour printer, scanner and copier with Wi-Fi connectivity and cloud features – ideal for home users who want the freedom to print from their tablet, smartphone, laptop,… Read more

Buy ink off ebay. It's so much cheaper and don't fall for the manufacturer's misinformation that quality is not as good or that compatibles will cause problems. Even if if it did you could buy multiple printers with the money saved.


As with all printers, its not about the printer cost, its about how expensive the inks are. For the 3503 the inks appear to be about £25 for an XL replacement set. That is too high for ink for a printer if I was buying it. As an example, I bought a Pixma 7250 the other month for £40 which to me was a far better deal as a full set of replacement inks was about £10 or less. It doesn't take long before you realise the the cost of the printer is not the most important factor. It is the main reason why some printers, especially HP ones are so cheap in the first place. Always buy a printer by finding cheap inks then seeing which printers use it. Eventually you will find a decent low cost printer with cheap ink. Edit:. Compatible inks obv. Branded inks are a con.


I wouldn't. Imagine the consumable costs. Unless colour isn't your thing.


Find an all in one at that price and I'll buy it.


I wouldn't have an inkjet printer if you paid me to. Get a laser printer.

Canon PIXMA MG2550S 4800 x 600 All-In-One Printer £17.73 (Prime) / £22.48 (non Prime) at Amazon
Found 26th JanFound 26th Jan
Canon PIXMA MG2550S 4800 x 600 All-In-One Printer The perfect everyday All-In-One for printing, scanning and copying. From text-heavy documents to family photos, the compact Canon… Read more
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Which is why i have just bought the canon scanner on its own...on the Amazon £10 off spend £50., At least we can scan all the pics all ink...😊....... The printer scanner we have needs to have ink all in and working just to scan.


Yup, this looks like classic razor and blades style marketing.


They are just setup cartridge tho! Just for printing the test when setting up you will need to buy a set for around £25 colour and black & white


Ordered! Bargain! Thanks OP 8)


Cheap at half the price! (skeptical)

Canon pixma wifi all in one printer £29.99 @ Argos
LocalLocalFound 4th JanFound 4th Jan
Great cheap all in one wi fi printer from canon.

Next it will be "FREE PRINTER" just buy our ink cartridges (cheeky)


Compatible cartridges are available for a fraction of the price.


I would recommend anyone buying canon printers or any other printers for that matter to check the price of ink, for example I have a canon pixma MG6851 and ink is roughly £58 for the XL multicolour pack


£30 for the printer and £40 every time you need ink.


The printer looks good shame the cartridges are expensive

CANON PIXMA MG5750 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer Apple AirPrint Black £44.99 @ Currys
Found 1st JanFound 1st Jan
Also on eBay:… Read more

eBay is your friend, just put mg5750 ink in search.


Where can I get the replacement cartridges from? The cheaper the better


These are really great printers when they work, but most of this particular model invariably fail with an unrecoverable error "B203" after about 12 - 18 months (do a Google search - it's a really widespread issue). The (compatible) inks are dead cheap though and print/photo quality is high. Luckily, I had bought mine from Amazon and when the dreaded B203 hit me at the 14 month point, they happily refunded me - as it is such a well known issue. Note: "B203" normally indicates overheating in the printhead. A replacement would cost more than the printer, and in some cases (not mine) it is possible to clear by thoroughly washing out the printhead.


Thanks purchased for my niece.


That's the most important thing for me when buying a printer, been using an IP 8750 for years on its last legs been using compatible cartridges from eBay for years, no issues. Time for an upgrade.

Canon PIXMA MG2550S 4800 x 600 All-In-One Printer £19.99 (Prime) / £24.74 (non Prime) at Amazon
Found 20th Dec 2017Found 20th Dec 2017
PIXMA MG2550SThe perfect everyday All-In-One for printing, scanning and copying. From text-heavy documents to family photos, the compact Canon PIXMA MG2550S's print engine is built… Read more
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Have some heat, I have seen a lot of printers for sub £20. Personally I would not buy another inkjet - I spent the extra on a colour laser printer. If I need photos printed out I send them to Snapfish or pay a visit to Tesco and use their in-store options (I have the luxury of many "instant" photo booths where I live). It always brings a smile to my face when I see these printers so checp and then discover the replacement inks cost more than the printer!


Ink is cheap £12 asda


no WiFi at this price which makes it very limited


Been waiting for a decent price to replace my old knackered one


Just a WiFi connectivity would have been good

£50 off Canon PIXMA MG5750 inkjet printer - £49.99 @ Curry's (with code)
Found 13th Dec 2017Found 13th Dec 2017
Use code PIX50 at checkout. Free delivery too. Gets good reviews and is AirPrint compatible.
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No, I'm quite aware of which brands of printer I use, thank you. Epsons may also do it, but I've never owned one. I'm a very light user and I didn't even get through an entire ream of paper before this one packed up because the sponge pad is saturated.


No, my MG7550 would run a full cleaning cycle every time you turned it on. It both chewed through ink and took ages. We ended up just keeping it on in standby. Ironically it's now sat in a corner with blocked print heads, which cost more than the printer is worth to replace. It did see a lot of use tho.


I had an MG6450 which looks identical to this one - it was a fantastic printer until it died (and i still have loads of replacement cartridges for it!) Replaced it with a HP 7612 (A3) printer and i dont like it nearly as much


Think you're confusing Canon for Epson. What you described is exactly what Epsons do.


If it's anything like my last Canon printer it will waste a huge amount of ink running cleaning cycles then fill up the sponge it uses to wipe the heads. This disables the printer, is very hard to self - repair and costs more than a new one to have fixed.

Canon PIXMA MG2550S 4800 x 600 All-In-One Printer £23.98 @ Amazon
Found 6th Dec 2017Found 6th Dec 2017
Canon PIXMA MG2550S 4800 x 600 All-In-One Printer The perfect everyday All-In-One for printing, scanning and copying. From text-heavy documents to family photos, the… Read more
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Can anyone recommend a printer/scanner for light use that doesn’t guzzle ink? Doesn’t have to be wireless.


As someone who owns a Canon PIXMA printer, their printers guzzle ink, they "clean" pretty much once a day which uses a lot of ink and the ink cartridges claim to be empty when they still have ink in. Official printer carts don't have print heads but still cost a fortune. £10-20 for single colours. Coming from HP, it's not much different, but still annoying. The printers may be cheap, the ink is not.


Just saw on Currys and Argos for 24.99 RRP. I think safer to buy from them for £1.01 more, surely!?!


you can pick up a wifi printer for around £10 more


I'm guessing the setup inkjet cartridges only last for a hundred or so pages, anyone used good compatible PG-545 Black & CL-546 Colour Carts??

Canon PIXMA MG2550S 4800 x 600 All-In-One Printer  £24.99 Amazon
Found 30th Nov 2017Found 30th Nov 2017
Canon PIXMA MG2550S 4800 x 600 All-In-One PrinterThe perfect everyday All-In-One for printing, scanning and copying. From text-heavy documents to family photos, the compact Canon P… Read more

Freezing cold without WiFi


Not wiFi which is useless for me! or anybody with a mobile/tablet//chromebook COLD


Why cold?


Concise title.


Outstanding effort

Canon Pixma TS8150 £89 @ Amazon + further £30 cashback from Canon
Found 27th Nov 2017Found 27th Nov 2017
Been looking for a good all-in-one photo printer for home use and this seems to tick a lot of the boxes. The Amazon price is £119. To get this price you need to apply the £30 vouc… Read more

Thought cashback wasn't allowed in the shown price for deals here because it's not guaranteed and Canon even state there is a limit in the terms iirc.


Owned Pixma IP4500 and then Pixma IP4600. Power supplies in both packed up - seems it was a common problem, Won't touch Canon inkjets now. Maybe someone can tell me those problems are long gone.


Heat added. I was just about to post the same! I almost bought it when it was £149 and I saw the £30 Amazon voucher. Glad I waited. I've had the Canon MP500 for 10 years and as much as I love it, it takes up a lot of space. This is a top spec Canon printer, I hope it lasts as long as the MP500.


Not sure why this is being voted cold. It’s a very good printer at a great price. Ink price will come down as always


Excellent printer at a bargain price. Heat added. Still quite new and so compatible inks are not yet available. Would expect that to change quite quickly. Only downside is lack of a cutsheet feeder.

Canon PIXMA MG2550S Multi-Function Inkjet Printer, £19.98 from Ebuyer
Found 21st Nov 2017Found 21st Nov 2017
Free delivery, amazon price matched. print, copy, scan colour Up to 8 ipm (mono) / up to 4 ipm (colour) energy saving built in

A complete set of cheapies for the Canon printer can be found for £7.99 inclusive of VAT! While a complete set of Genuine inks are £22.90 (Amazon Link) How is that a rip off compared to the prices you quoted for your now discontinued printer?


Want a cheap printer that's pretty good - under 20 quid is 1990s prices. As for Narcotix comment replacement ink prices not bad either, I don't agree. INKS is where people get really ripped off. You buy a printer at rock bottom price, then pay through the nose for its refill ink. I have a Office (Epson) printer all singing dancing one. The price of refills (CMYK) is horrendous! Don't use cheap refills it says. I buy cheapies at around 12 cartridges for 7 quid - originals would cost me 90 quid! I fake the printer into thinking they are 'original' Epson, and it works a treat! I have had it now for 5 years (I dread the day it packs up as it has been superb, best printer I have ever had since I first bought one in 1980! Occasionally you get a cartridge not recognised and it's simple, switch off, switch on - away it prints (some mistakenly then contact Epson and sign up to changes, mistake!) So if you want the best printer, scanner, copier out there for peanuts get the Office BX305FW Plus. Brilliant. Now discontinued but you can find them. With cartridges so cheap why wouldn't you?


Looks like a good printer for the price and the cost of replacement ink doesn't seem too bad either.



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