Agreed but then it's a gamble you take to save either £9 or £39. I decided not to gamble and will be guaranteed £30. Your choice obviously.
The person you spoke to may not be the one who decides validity of claims though. If they read the terms to you then they are just reading what you are reading and possibly just made an assumption. Certainly not definitive.
wow, so basically you can buy a 2nd hand HP printer and sign up for instant ink providing the previous user has cancelled their subscription. I am surprised that this would have worked but fair play if it worked for you. (y)
Likewise but the T&C's clearly states "This Promotion may not be combined with any other offer or promotion from either the Promoter, a Participating Retailer or any other third party." which is why i called to confirm. The person I spoke to checked and came back and read the T&C's to me which also mentioned "discount" and not just "offer/promotion". A shame really.
Does the FREEINK code still work? When I tried it earlier this month the site said it was no longer valid (and I've seen a couple of comments elsewhere to the same effect). Affiliate codes still work ok though. I'm surprised that's the case as when I bought mine a couple of months back, Currys had a 10% off HP offer on and the cashback was still processed without issue.