Epson do produce ecotank printers, I have used two different versions and both never needed to be refilled as the tanks last for many many prints
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From what I understand the free plan should already be available. But this is only 15 pages, if your printing more than 15 pages, it can be costly
Nobody knows yet... Everybody is hoping that they will be able to get the same offer again after th trial has finished. I probably just go back to normal printing if the offer isn't available anymore.
Thanks, what do you guys do after the 12 months? Downgrade or just get a new one? I read that you can not go on the free plan after the 12 months are up
Definitely get the 5010, they both same spec and same price, but this one is newer, however if you get any of them cheaper... That's your deciding factor. I was able to get the 5010 from HP with 10% discount. The 700 hundred pages works perfectly with it
Does the 700 per month thing worth with 5010 too? Trying to decide between the 5020 and 5010
Looks like that's the way to go. Free ink situation aside, anyone know the advantage of this Deskjet over the Envy?
Get an HP Envy instead for under £50 and you get 12x months' free ink.
What's the better printer between this and the 5010 previously posted?
Decent printer but there are other HP options with 12 months instant ink so this is going to be cold
Auto duplex would be nice.
Do you know if there's any rollover for the 15 pages per month offer . And also, is it a one time thing when you buy the printer . And does it cancel if you ever upgrade to print more pages . Thank you.
You choose when signing up for instant ink if you want 15pages per month for life or exchange that for one if there paid plans with free months upto 700 pages per month
Argos also got deals on now with free instant ink https://www.argos.co.uk/search/envy/category:33016389/opt/sort:price/
Thanks - looking for a printer and this suits us - enough printing for those emergency group on vouchers or school letters when you can't be arsed or have the time to print it out at work - Heat added
Is anyone having problems with their printer? Mine is not printing out images, literally cuts it in quarter... I like to print pictures so this is a little annoying. Was fine at first.
On the Argos page if you click on special offers it says...... “Buy this HP printer and receive an extended trial of 12 months HP Instant Ink. Set up your printer to claim the 12 month trial (enrol within 7 days of printer setup). For more details and for T&Cs click here“
Mine says 4 months free on the box...
I have just seen that Currys are selling the HP Envy 5020 with the same ink offer, I can't find any info on it apart from the Currys website. I'm assuming that this has to be a more recent model, I know that it isn't always the case. Now I don't know which one to buy (annoyed)
Not commenting as they keep deleting my posts. But if you pm me I can help
No free ink for 12 months on this one tho
Cheaper on amazon £23.78
This one? :) https://amzn.to/2XONTbs
Although that is on Robert Dyas... Basically the same company :)
Don't forget this weekend's code to make it cheaper... :)
Fair enough, but don't buy any inkjet until you're aware of the 12 months' free ink with HP Envy printer/scanner/copiers. Up to 700 pages per month, every month, for free. Discussed elsewhere on HukD, search for HP.
Sorry but I wouldn't touch HP (Printers or Laptops) with a pole stick - Basically anything software related, as they are so buggy and a fix will never come. This is after having two HP Printers and one laptop (Desktop I worked around i.e. BIOS)
I would personally got for the new HP Envy 5010 directly from Amazon (https://amzn.to/2V2gSXi) to get the full warranty and also the 13 months Ink promotion :) Free prints with inks up to 300 pages for the next 13 months...
Hmm... Just checked and its still available for me to do it... For the time being anyway lol. It's a shame I had to buy a new printer too save on costs but it was a bargain.
I don't think you can downgrade to the free pack. - You have to choose it at initial set up our not at all. You can, of course, downgrade to any other (paying) package.
That's for the 5010 not the 5030. I got delivered with prime the 5030 with 12 months free ink for £45 I've picked the 300page option per month. I was paying 3.49 a month for 100 sheets before.... Ive this stops I can pick the 15 page option for free unless I want to pay a higher package
Without a doubt a better deal as this one only comes with a 3 month warranty instead of the two years at John Lewis.... and yet people vote it hot but I suspect they haven’t even checked the deal.
To update, I did not see the free 12 months when I tried to enroll from my smartphone via app, or from chromebook via instantink. I did not enroll from these two. 123 hp was not available on chromebook. It was only when I went to enroll from app on Win 10 PC that I immediately had access to the 12 month trial . I also purchased from AMazon post the 30 April date and still had access to the free trial. i hope this helps others. I also tried the code freeink but it did not seem to have worked.
I am also not getting the free trial. I tried to set up printer with the app, but it went wrong during setup. All done now but I cannot get any free trial at all. Going to phone HP on Monday. I have not completed the instaink registration as each time I try I get no mention of free ink. Anyone else successfully work out how to do it once it fails? I tried through the app and on chromebook through instaink as hp 123 not supported on chromebook.
I was worried like you but again I didn't had anything to loose, I could have just return it back. I would advise to set it up as soon as you can, claim a free ink because you never know what happen next. If you try it in 14 days and if it doesn't work, you can atleast return it back to seller.
i bought this printer on the 30th April. Have not switched it on yet. Hopefully this deal is definitely 7 days after turning on printer and not 7 days after purchase. Im abit worried that packaging and paperwork seem to only talk about 2 months free trial (confused)
If you have missed to enter a promo code or if you didn't see any option for free months trial then don't worry you can still claim free ink. This is what worked for me. Make sure you are connected the printer to network Login to hp ink service and enrol the printer, create new account or you can use existing acount. select a free plan and complete the process. After a moment , Go back and select 300 pages package, trial offer should automatically be picked up by the system. Atleast that's what worked for me. Good luck.
The cash back offer is still running (01/05/2019 - 31/07/2019) - it's just been reduced to £40 now though ;(
Although I know the cash back offer is now finished but it's still good to know about this, so when the next similar offer come along I can buy it straightaway - my current HP is going. Please explain again somehow as I do know how to pm in this forum. Thank you.
I posted a comprehensive reply but it got deleted. So pls pm me if you still have questions
thanks ill try this :D
Try this link: https://h41201.www4.hp.com/WMCF.Web/uk/en/promotion/4220/Details/
I bought the printer on the 25th April and summited the claim the next day. HP sent confirmation that they have sent the £80 cashback on the 9th May.
I'm awaiting overt 2weeks and it's still in validation process. How long you waited?
My cashback claim has been successful, i'm just waiting for the £80 to arrive in my bank. The only documents I sent HP was a pdf of my invoice.
Anyone having problems with cashback? I sent them a screenshot of my invoice from my orders via the HP website. They've sent me a email saying I sent a non relating document instead of my invoice??? The terms state they want sellers invoice and proof of order or dispatch note will not be accepted???
Click the My Account link at the bottom of one of their emails, and log in or create a new account. From there you can link your purchase to your account using the order number and your postcode. Then click on your order, view details and click the link to see your invoice. Do a screendump of your invoice (Ctrl + PrtScn), and paste it into MS Paint then save as a jpeg format image. My printer should arrive this afternoon :)
Brilliant bit of kit and if you ever get made homeless or want to pretend your are at the caravan down the beach for the weekend, its big enough to live in (flirt)
Before voting people should realise what this is. A3+ is usually used by desktop publishers/printers for proofing A3 size plus trims/bleed etc. It's not just a standard domestic A3 printer. It is just slightly bigger than A3 and not worth buying unless you are going to use this feature, hence it might seem expensive.
Sorry, forget that.
How does it compare to the canon mg5750 and do the photos still print well with compatible inks?
I think the £5 voucher for £50 spend offer at Argos has ended now. Can't see any mention on their website.
The 6230 model may be slightly faster as it has 1.2 Ghz processor and the 5010/5030 have a 800Mhz processor. The 6230 has 704 black nozzles/print head and 2052 Colour nozzles (684 per colour slot) The 5010/5030 has 328 black nozzles/print head and 588 colour nozzles Although both sets of printers use the same Black/Colour ink cartridges, I am guessing the 6230 has a marginally better print quality.Feel free to correct me if I am wrong
Thanks for your help
theres also 5% Quidco idf you buy direct from HP, , brings it down a bit more
its cheaper at £44.99, so if you dont need 2 trays its better value as the print quality is the same
Voucher Code CANP10 not being recognised when I just tried transaction. Has the deal expired?
My wife makes cakes.
Edible ink? You okay mate?!
It's a great printer. I used ours only for edible ink but provided a great quality print.
20 ink cartridges (4 sets x 5pck ) compatible with Canon PGI-570 / CLI-571 for Canon Pixma MG-5750 (great reviews) just for £19.87 @ Amazon
How come is ,£29.99 on Amazon now even though I have prime?
Instant Ink is great. I also managed to get a free referral code from ebay
My mistake its £3 topcashback with a £5+ spend mentioned here.
what does that mean buddy , £5 discount code or summing ?
Thanks mate (y)
Do you have a link, my mil has one
Less than £20 for 4 full sets (y)
Not sure, given it's a decent printer and you can get 4 full sets of cartidges for less than £20 on Amazon :/
After finding out about the instant ink (free ink) I can't really bring myself to own any other printer than a HP one. You can usually find some £50 HP with £30 cashback then just use the 12 month trial it comes with for hundreds of free pages a month then after a year downgrade it to 15 free pages. I mean if you need some dedicated office quality industrial printer they still have their place as do extremely expensive photography ones with multiple cartridges for each colour (better accuracy/colour reproduction) But for the majority of people, virtually any HP with its free ink will be more than enough for general printing.
I don't see how any inkjet can beat its equivalent HP Envy model with at least 12 months X 700 pages of free Instant Ink.