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HP Instant Ink Free Printing Plan - 15 Pages per Month
Found 23rd AprFound 23rd Apr
I recently finished the ink on my HP Envy 4520 and after looking around the site to re-enroll in their Instant Ink program I saw a free option which was not there before. Not sure… Read more

Yes, every time the printer detects you are low on ink, they send you new cartridges in the post


Could you replace the instant ink with the regular cartridges eg the ones that originally came with the printer if you had a particularly big printing job, to save going over allowance? I need to replace my printer anyway and would go for this deal on set-up


I am £1.99 plan paying almost a year and this equal to cartridge cost and never replaced cartridge yet. I don’t print much so I think better to cancel subscription and if cartridge finish buy and replace cost less than what I pay


Old school :)


Computer :/ What's that?! (lol)

HP DeskJet 2620 All-in-One Printer, Instant Ink with 3 Months Trials, £24.65 from Currys/ebay
Found 5th AprFound 5th Apr
Save 15% at Checkout WiFi, Apple AirPrint (via App), Google Cloud Print (via App)App available:

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

HP Deskjet 2632 All-in-One Printer, Instant Ink with 3 Months Trial, £24.99 at amazon
Found 30th MarFound 30th Mar
I hope it helps someone. Print, copy and scan while saving space with a wireless all-in-one printer Save up to 70 Percent on ink (HP 304 inks) with HP instant ink and never run … Read more

£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)

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HP OfficeJet 3835 All-in-One Wi-Fi Printer + Free Printer Paper + 5 months Instant Ink Trial £31.49 C+C @ Argos
Found 28th MarFound 28th Mar
Thought this was an extremely good offer considering what is included! You need to use code HPSAVE10 at checkout (takes 10% off the HP Printers HERE ) You can either use the … Read more
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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 :)

34% off the HP Deskjet 2632 All-in-One Printer, Instant Ink with 3 Months Trial - Save £15 - £24.99 @ Amazon (Lightning Deal)
Found 22nd MarFound 22nd Mar
34% off the HP Deskjet 2632 All-in-One Printer, Instant Ink with 3 Months Trial - Save £15 Save up to 70 Percent on ink (HP 304 inks) with HP instant ink and never run out of i… Read more
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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?

HP Deskjet 2630 All-in-One Colour Ink-jet Printer/Copier/Scanner, Instant Ink with 3 Months Trial for £24.99 delivered @ Amazon
Found 10th MarFound 10th Mar
Lowest ever price for this All-in-One printer with 3 months Instant Ink (y) -- Affordable and simple, the HP Deskjet 2630 is an excellent all-in-one printer for home use on a b… Read more
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of course there are more... these are just the instant ink ones. some of the officejet ones are cashback ones. I bought the officejet pro 8710 for £103.49 with £60 cashback, it works out as a tasty £43.49 - brilliant (y)


hey peeps.. just a quick heads up. there are more songs to be had in the hp student store (link). I'll try to include some of their current offers: . Please zoom in to see these. I think i managed to get all of them.


By the way, Argos & Ryman have the same price on 2633.£29.99


I see there 2632 & 2633. Would it be worth to get the higher version?


this uses 302 cartridges, i have the 2540 series which is good and uses 301

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6+1 months free HP Instant Ink
Found 9th MarFound 9th Mar
You can use the instant ink service for FREE and cancel after 7 months too. I just signed up for HP Instant ink (7 Janaury 2018) and got SEVEN MONTHS FREE not two. If you use these… Read more
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6 month code didn't work for me registering an Officejet 8710. 2MONTHSDJUK and FREEINK did work.


any luck?


6 month code doesn't work (skeptical) (skeptical) (skeptical)


Actually I cant enter that code, I'm at the sign up with credit card info page, and I tried the 2 two month free codes you said not to use and they are valid. but 6FREEink is invalid.


I keep getting invalid code when I enter a random 5 letter code, does it need to be QWErt or qwERT where do the 3 uppercase letters need to be? Thanks

HP ENVY 5546 Home Photo All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer + 9 month free Instant Ink Trial £44.99 w/ code @ Currys
LocalLocalFound 9th FebFound 9th Feb
Lowest price to date - use code HP10 to get it for £44.99 online and instore 9 months free instant ink HP ENVY 5546 Home Photo All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer Apple Air… Read more
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Please can you let me know how to do this too?






Bought Sunday, registered and already got an email saying they are sending free ink. It's a no brainer.


Oh yes. Just check out how much hp ink is usually is!! All I went in for was some more ink for my old printer

Compatible PGI-2500XL High Capacity Black & Colour Canon Ink Cartridge 5 Pack £32.99 Cartridge-people + other offers
Found 16th JanFound 16th Jan
Hello! So I'm running low on ink and for my printer it's ridiculously expensive. I'm sure many will relate. Anyway I've stumbled on this website and the guarantees they make in ad… Read more
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Update: The ink arrived a few days ago but my existing ink finally ran out (well the black anyway), so I've swapped over the black and it works perfectly! It ran out mid printing so I'm comparing different pages and the black is identical, it's the same shade as far as I can see so there's no loss in quality! So I really do recommend this company!


I have been buying ink from the Cartridge people for years, never had a problem good ink. Ink is very expensive( dearer than Champagne) for branded ink.


Thank you! With them selling inks and toners for all manufacturers I thought it'd let people of other brands consider taking a look for a respective saving to! Much appreciated though (angel)


Thanks for posting @itsmattyjayy I've edited the title from "Cheap inks and toners for ALL printers! Mine is the following so the deal goes to my required inks but on the search type in your printer and be happily shocked! Also read there FAQ's and reviews!! Compatible PGI-2500XL High Capacity Black & Colour C" to what the deal link goes to. If you have other advice / good offers from this merchant can I suggest adding them to the OP or as a comment. Having a Deal title saying "Cartridge People sell Cheap inks and toners for ALL printers!" is a bit vague and as such the deal would get very cold very quick, hence why I edited it.

Selection of HP Envy Photo printers with 15% off and instant ink trial @ HP
Found 15th JanFound 15th Jan
A selection of HP Envy Photo printers, available with 15% off (use code PRINT15). Prices after the discount code: HP ENVY Photo 6230 @ £59.50 (4 month instant ink trial) HP ENV… Read more

This is the one I picked up, added to the fact when registering for the free ink you can add another 3 months to it as well, so worked out to £43 with a years free ink included.

HUKD123 Isnt this better? Comes with more months worth of ink and it’s cheaper

HP ENVY 5546 Home Photo All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer (with up to 12 months free Instant ink trial) @ Currys £46.74 (With code HPPRINT15) **Pls DO NOT offer/request referrals**
Found 11th JanFound 11th Jan
A further drop in price for this printer! an extra 15% off until end of tuesday (16/01/2018) online AND instore!

Has everyone who got this been ok with it reliability wise. Since I set up last month I have had issues. I have had a paper jam and also now when I go to load up the A4 tray, it is showing out of paper? Maybe a sensor issue but not good? Not sure if they will collect it or I will have to return it. I find the tray is a bit flimsy and when moving the tabs apart then lining it up the A4 isn`t sitting where the A4 guide line is?


The initial 9 month code I believe you can only obtain when you first set your printer up. Find a referral link and then signup from there which will automatically give you 1 month. Then somewhere early on it asks you if you have any codes which you put in the one that came from your printer for another 9. Finally you go through all the setup and right at the end is a promotion code box which you can put the 2 months code in. Hope that all makes sense.


How did you manage to enter the codes onto your account?



All setup...have to admit to being a bit confused over the HP account setup....I assume just because I've gone through the process I've got the 9 month free trial as per the card in the printer packaging, but can't see anything on-screen telling me that's the case (PS - I must be extra slow but I couldn't find any further 2 month code...any help??) Thanks all

HP ENVY 5546 Home Photo All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer + 9 month free Instant Ink Trial £54.99 @ Currys
Found 3rd JanFound 3rd Jan
Further £5 drop on this printer 9 months free instant ink HP ENVY 5546 Home Photo All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer Apple AirPrint 4800 x 1200 dpi Up to 12 ppm Instan… Read more
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Hi I also need this for occasional homework for my daughter. Please can someone confirm if I will be able to sign up to the 15 page print per month free package before I rush out to buy it. Thanks


Seems like I have to find a cheap printer out of that list


From what I have read the free plan is only available for newer models. This might have come out just before that?


The free plan was an option on my printer thati got a few months ago, but I believe you have to select it from the set up and therefore cannot make use of the max allowance during the trial and then downgrade to it. Edit: I have HP OfficeJet 4658


The list definitely looks like the free 15 page plan should be available for this printer and the 5544 I have, I just don't know of anyone who has been able to select the option? Maybe someone on here has managed to somehow, I couldn't see it anywhere when I ran the setup.

HP ENVY 5546 Home Photo All-in-One Printer + 12 Months Instant Ink £59 @ Currys
Found 25th Dec 2017Found 25th Dec 2017
So I am currently looking for a printer and found this on the currys website. It comes with 9 months advertised. Use code 2MONTHSDJUK for an extra 2 months and a referral link for … Read more

Yep, sounds like you’ve got both


Thanks for the advice, strangely after getting the message that I cannot combine codes after entering the code and the message saying only the higher code will be counted. I then went through to the account summary after it was complete and it appears the 9+2 months have both been added making 11 in total?


Try the live chat option and see if they can manually add it, found them to be quite helpful


I just entered the 2montysdjuk code and it says promotion codes cannot be combined? I already have the 9 months displaying as just activated on new envy printer purchased this week. Is there any way if adding the extra months?


Ah great! good to hear. was worried since I purchased mine on the 8th day xD Will pop into currys some time later then. Thanks (y)

HP OfficeJet Pro 8728 printer = £82.00 after £50 c/b inc 3 year warranty & 4 months FREE Instant Ink @ Technoworld
Found 11th Dec 2017Found 11th Dec 2017
HP office-grade A4 all-in-one printer/scanner/copier/fax with duplex print and scan, including AirPrint, Google Cloud Print/scan etc. Seems to get great reviews everywhere. £110+… Read more
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I appreciate this deal has gone, ... but as its now £124- £50 its arguably cheaper :D but can't find refference to the 4month ink for this printer :( do youb have a link m8 I was sure i had it on a page when i looked yesterday but when im ready to order I xcant find it :(


Does this need an Ethernet cable to connect Or wireless ok


I've now got the printer (it was for my parents): 1. It is big - but no bigger than the stated dimensions! 2. It's very fast 3. It does come with 4 months' Instant Ink 4. You can search online (or PM me) for referral codes - to get another 2 months' free ink (so we got 6 months free in total) 5. I have registered with HP for both the £50 cashback and the 3-year warranty (separate signups - my links above seem to have got converted by HUKD to point to HP in France(!) but you can google for the correct links) 6. The HP Smart app means you can scan to iPhone/iPad (and presumably Android devices too) and it prints well from iOS devices too. 7. Was expecting the photo printing to be poor, but seemed perfectly OK onto plain paper (haven't tried coated paper yet) 6. The ADF will scan both sides of originals automatically (allowing 2->2 sided copies too) 8. It scans to email and to computer well.


Ebuyer now have the more-or-less identical printer (8720 - white not black casing) for £149.98 before cashback, i.e. £17.98 more expensive than this Technoworld deal. Having ordered mine from Technoworld, they use DPD so 1-hour delivery window which is useful. Don't know what couriers ebuyer use.


Yes it will count as page unfortunately ;)

HP Envy Photo 7130 All-in-One Wi-Fi Photo Printer with 4 Months Instant Ink £49.99 @ Amazon
Found 24th Nov 2017Found 24th Nov 2017
Half-price (ish), was £99 and seems to be £100-£130 everywhere else. Marketing blurb: HP ENVY Photo 7130 All-in-One Printer - Save up to 70% on ink and never run out ink. Or… Read more

Photo printers tend to be ink jets, the HP 7830 bigger brother version of this is also reduced from £150 to £75. Next cheapest I found is £85 at John Lewis. Both include the 4months instant ink trial


No its an Inkjet :)


Is it laser?

HP OfficeJet 4658 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer with Fax + 5 Months FREE HP Instant Ink - £18.97 @ Currys (C&C Only)  **No Referrals**
Found 22nd Nov 2017Found 22nd Nov 2017
Amazing deal for this printer + 5 Months HP Instant ink. C&C only so get reserving if you want one as these will go quick. - Wireless printing with a compact, all-in-one desig… Read more

Thanks, will progress They really should make it easy for people who are blue


No its HP Officejet 4600 Series :)


Is printer HP envy 5544 - HP envy 5540 series ?


Out of stock in a 775 mile radius near me...and OOS online too (shock)


Currys have absolutely NO STOCK ANYWHERE. I have been onto customer sales and they said they are NOT getting them back in either. Also if you type in the product code nothing comes up for this item

HP Envy 5544 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer + 5 months free instant ink = £34 @ Currys **No Referral offers / invites pls**
Found 13th Nov 2017Found 13th Nov 2017
HP Envy 5544 wireless printer for £34 - selling for £60 elsewhere. Part of Currys Black Friday prices event. Includes 5 months free instant ink Scores 71% on Which? "affordable … Read more
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Got this offer. I got the 8 months free instant ink to. So easy to setup using phone app. I was a little worried that I would mess it up but no problems. Ink... Used a friend's referral code + 2 months free code above somewhere + 5 months with printer


I believe its as soon as you sign up. My instaink stats say I have printed 3 sheets, and the "first payment" date is seven (5+2) months from signup date. Also I read you need to sign up on first install run-through or the free offer won't be available. I can't confirm that though, I signed up straight away.


When does the instant trial actually begin - is it straight away after sign up, or is it when you put the cartridges that they send you into the printer?


Thanks OP/Phil001 Printer died last week so this was perfect. I only have 7 months free ink if needed :) It's a great idea, I would need a new cartridge before the free instink offer runs out, which is usually £30, which means this is essentially a free printer! Plus I think we will be fine with 100 pages a month, so even at cost of £42 quid a year or so I think we'll save money.


​Thanks for posting this! I've only set the printer today and glad I waited till now. Eight months free is definitely worth it!

HP DeskJet 3720 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer With 15 months HP Instant Ink Included (Based On A 50 Page Per Month Plan) - £44.99 @ Currys (C&C Only) *Please no instant ink referral requests/offers*
Found 11th Nov 2017Found 11th Nov 2017
Good little package with the 15 months HP instant ink included. Ideal for light users who only do occasional printing. There's a possible additional 2 months instant ink with promo… Read more

Anyone got a copy of this offer? Only just set the printer up but no £25 in box. HP won't do anything without proof, I'm now in dispute with Currys. I normally take a snipping tool image of the offer but I thought this one was so obvious it wouldn't be an issue.


Hmm, in my case the above 2 month code has been applied. but the 3 month trial with the printer has not. And no sign of that £25 either. Looks like Currys have changed the description as well. If HP don't play ball, then it will be a claim on my credit card. What a pain!


No. 3 months went on straight away. Didn't say anything about the additional 2 but the payment date was 13th of April. That's the only mention of it.


Very odd, set up using the app. Used the above code for 2 bonus months. Now only 2 months showing on my account. What happened to the basic 3 months? Looks like a phone call to HP in the morning. Did you have any issues with getting the initial 3 months tracking to your account?


No problem, mines there too. It's a roll of the dice as to whether or not you're chosen, but it's a nice surpise when you get the email that says your 'friend' signed up so here's your free extra month! :)

HP OfficeJet Pro 8718 Printer With 13 Month, 500 Page Monthly Instant Ink Print Plan + 3yr Warranty - £59.99 Or £39.99 With £20 HP Cashback [C&C Only] @ Currys
Found 13th Oct 2017Found 13th Oct 2017
Saw Chanchi32's post for the HP 8728 printer with 4 months instant ink and thought I'd have a look to see if there was a deal for a someone that prints tons like me. I managed to… Read more

Thanks Norse - best deal of the year. Seven months free ink with ref codes and £117 ink voucher + £20 cashback. Happy days


I will Thank you for reminder


Glad you found one and hope you enjoy it. Don't forget that you can downgrade the 500 pages per month to 50/100/300 which means the instant ink plan could last you years! Also don't forget to register the 3yr warranty and claim the £20 cashback. ;)


Wowwww Hot hot hot Got mine today Collected from Cheltenham, had to drive from Birmingham as seems not all store has this one. I still feel it’s hell lot of worth to drive 60+60 miles. It’s a great printer with plenty of good reviews. Here is pictures from my one-


Have you got friends or family near the store that will buy and post it back to you then? Otherwise a 360 mile round trip seems somewhat (and with all due respect) MAD! lol I have to admit that I am very tempted to buy another just for the £117 voucher code, as the printer is easily worth £40 on it's own and that doesn't take into account the 4 month instant ink free trial.

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