All Ink Cartridge Discounts, Offers and Sale - October 2018
No difference, The one's on Ebay come with chip also. I buy mine of Ebay.
depending on the seller they may have the old chip which means the cartridges won't work
What's the difference between these ones and the Ebay ones which are much cheaper?
Can anyone confirm if they actually charge you 1 month when you cancel within your free promotional period? Just cancelled my 300 page plan (on the last day of my free period) & they indicated I would be charged a full monthly plan amount for the final month! Scandalous
So if you sign up to the free options, use say 10 a month for the next year or so (so not going near or over 15) and you Eventually run out. They will send you replacement cartridges for free?
yes the printer know what cartridges are installed.
The instant ink cartridge holds considerably more than a standard cartridge! you might have used the equivalent ink of three seperate cartridges so far and thus only paid a 1/3rd of what you would have paid if you had bought your own. Plus they post them to you for free and you can be reassured you wont run out. If you have an issue the customer service is great in my experience. also when you cancel your cartridge will stop working.
Yes, every time the printer detects you are low on ink, they send you new cartridges in the post
''see me after class''
Teachers don't really use red ink anymore. Pretty much always green nowadays!
Only one pen by the looks of things
Cold. Not 12
North London. I started to use the filters to see the diference. Something on the taste, but the most important difference is the cleaning and to don't see the limescale, i dont want to give extra work to my kidneys.
Just read the article on the properties of charcoal on the interweb. That's what inside those filters, apparently.
I wonder where you live that a kettle needs limescale removed every 4 days. Not sure just how different any boiled water could taste. Anyway if you are happy, good for you.
Well, works for me. I dont have to clean the limescale from the kettle every 4 days and the taste is better. For healthy improvements, i use mineral water.
Agreed. Here in Cambridge the water really smells of chlorine when you run the tap, and the water is really hard. When you filter the water, tea tastes better and you don't get a layer of scum. In fact, when I see a little bit of scum of the top of a cup of tea I know it's time to change the filter!
Code has changed to MAYD15E (valid til today, May 7th plus if you bank with Halifax, use their cashback extras online, using debit or credit card with Robert Dyas for a further 12% cashback. Valid for one use only. Mine was valid til 13th May.
wow these have got expensive if over £3 is getting heat decent pricing must be rarer these days Better start looking harder might take a while to find some under £2 got the rest of the year to find replacements.
Do these fit a jug that uses the brita Maxtra filters? These have "just" the plus added?
Still £10.49 at Argos
Don't know what printer you have, but I'm still using my Canon Pixma MP210 and with refilled cartridges or aftermarket compatibles I have to use a reset button combination for the printer to display ink cartridges as full again. It is old as hell but printing with it is dirt cheap, so as far as it works I won't be replacing it any time soon! (pirate)
Bought five of these when Asda were selling them for £1.50 each before Christmas. Thanks regcar for the advice, oh and heat added.
Check the date n package.... First
Thank you regcar
Useless code, how you going to get it delivered?
plenty in stock now, be quicker next time (y)
What's the difference? Or just 3months extra trial
Useless as oos.
Great price for a wifi printer @Tacavas , i recently moved from a Canon to HP printer with a free ink trial and very pleased with the brand and the ink replacement set up :)
HP ENVY 5020 Wireless All in One Printer at £33 with discount
and never in stock!
hadouken888, delivery in argos is £3.95 as well. You could easily walk to 'the range' or argos if they are in the vicinity.
£3.95 delivery Should really check that before claiming its cheaper elsewhere
Cheaper in the range: https://www.therange.co.uk/cooking-dining-and-household/cooking-and-dining/kitchen-appliances/brita-maxtra-cartridge
I doubt you can refill. The filter particles are in a bag fixed to the inside of the cartridge. Opened one up out of curiosity - was cleaning for the rest of the day - the small particles were really difficult to wash away
£29.99 now, not such a bargain
just colour I think
2630 is still £24.99. What’s the diff
Final question :) do you have to register the instant ink thing straight away or can you use it for a while first?
Deal ended now, but only £26.99 anyway! (skeptical)
Saying code isn’t valid
You can rollover the pages if needed ,
How much do you print a month? What trial did you agree to and how much has it cost so far? I only print occasionally - like once or twice a month and not that many pages. I would say I hadly get thru few pages. Therefore, wondering if these HP deals are any good to me. Thanks.
HPSAVE10 doesnt seem to work anymore.
Had my hp printer with instant ink love it. Had it a year and only have sent one set of replacement cartridges. Not needed any more sent . Saves the high street cost of ink
Love my HP instant ink, best thing HP have ever offered :)
still use my series 5 lol
They are a crazy price now. Sold my old series 9 after having it for 5+ years as heads were so expensive for £20 on Ebay and bought a new series 9 for £80 (my thinking is the new one would have another warranty and better battery.
Decent price - heat added (strong)
From the hp website this refers to the free 15 monthly prints Lightening deal has ended but available directly from hp for £29.99 I understand it to be free until you go over 15 prints and then your payment method gets charged by £1 for each set of 10 pages Did also read somewhere that if you activated the free trial and then wanted to downgrade, the lowest downgrade would be to 50 prints per month at £1.99 and you couldn't go back to the free 15 monthly prints. Appears that for low users it's best picking the 15 prints bundle from the outset and then occasionally paying the £1 extra if you don't want them to withdraw the offer from you. Maybe someone who owns one can shed some more light here... "1. The free printing plan allows you to print 15 pages per month at no cost (paper and internet connection not included) for the life of your printer. Additional pages are excluded and will be charged to customer credit/debit card at the end of the month at a rate of £1 per each additional set of 10 pages (customer to be charged £1 for each set even if customer doesn’t use entire set). HP reserves the right to modify or cancel the free printing plan anytime on 60 days notice. This offer cannot be redeemed for cash except as required by law. Additional information available in HP Instant Ink terms at HP Instant Ink Terms of Service."
Just read through HP instant ink website & it does seem to suggest that the free plan gives you 15 pages pm for life & only £1 per 10 pages should you ever go over it in any given month. If I'm reading correct then this is fantastic as i very rarely print anything out but my 12 yr old printer is needing renewed, especially as it needs 2 ink cartridges which will set me back £15. Hoping someone can let me know if it really is free. It seems too good to be true
that's what usually happens to my inks. Would they dry in one month? what if I printed 14 pages on the last day of the billing cycle? Would that be good enough to keep the ink going? Or print 1 page per week, just so it doesn't dry up?
The ink for these is expensive! We’ve found this out as we got the printer for £15 over Xmas. It’s basically redundant now gone back to an Epson printer for sheer costs of ink. Good to start with but gets very expensive
What happens if I don’t use the printer often and the ink dries up, HP will still send me replacements?
Ordered one on Saturday. I noticed that the colour toners are even cheaper.
great value - ordered 4 (ive switched the colour off except for special occasions!)
Great Find. Thanks OP.
I don't trust them with a wifi router let alone the water I drink
Shame they charge a bit for postage. Good price for these though. Have a bit of heat.
also compactible with xiaomi UV filter
Thanks! I managed to get a pack (pink, purple & blue)
Great price, will have a look at our local Wilko later......thanks for posting OP