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HP Deskjet 2630 All-in-One Printer, Instant Ink with 3 Months Trial £24.00 @ Tesco instore
LocalLocalFound 17th AugFound 17th Aug
Per the title, found in my local Northcott Tesco in NI, 99p cheaper than the amazon deal posted 2 days ago. Comes with 3 months instant ink and then it’s the 15 pages free a month(… Read more

Plenty left in the Bury superstore (Peel Way) when I was in earlier.


There were many in stock in Leytonstone Tesco as well. Same price, so should be national. There also had 3833 model for £34.


You get a starter cartridge with the printer that will keep you going for a while. You can then sign up for Instant Ink, providing debit/credit card details, even on the free plan. However, your billing cycle does not start until the first Instant Ink cartridge has been installed into your printer. So, if the starter ink keeps you going for 6 months, you pay nothing during this time, regardless of how many pages you print in a month, as that ink was part of your original purchase. The Instant Ink cartridges are extra high capacity, higher than the XL cartridges which typically print 480 pages. When the ink reaches a certain level, it will automatically order a new cartridge for you. The formula used is twice your plan page allowance. So, on the free level, it will order ink when you have enough left for 30 pages. You will then be billed 30 days after inserting that cartridge. This will also include any additional costs for pages outside of your plan. You will also get an email indicating any extra costs for that month. Note, you can change your plan at any time, up or down, should you realise that you need to do lots of/a lot less printing one month. Also, if you are concerned that you may be towards the end of the printer ink, say you have been printing very little for many months, then suddenly need to print 500 pages, which the above formula would not cater for, by contacting support, they can expedite the cartridge delivery for you.


I read that. I'm still a little confused. So if I use 15 pages on the free plan I will receive a new cartridge with more then enough for 15 pages, but if I print 16 pages I will be charged a pound for ink already in my printer? What if I go out and buy a print cartridge? I'm assuming they send you a full cartridge and then charge you for how much you use it.


It is quite a simple model. The cartridges are the same whatever plan you are on. You sign up for whichever plan suits you. If you exceed your allotted number of pages, you pay extra. For example, if you are on the free plan, and print 15 pages, no cost. Print an additional page, and you will be charged £1.00. This covers 10 pages though, so for that month, you can print 25 pages for £1.00. Every set of extra 10 pages is an additional £1.00. I pay £1.99 for 50 pages. They also roll over to the next month, except on the free plan, obviously :) More details here.

HP Deskjet 2630 All-in-One Printer, Instant Ink with 3 Months Trial £24.99 @ Amazon
Found 15th AugFound 15th Aug
Hp Printer deal that's £5 cheaper than posted before. First time post so forgive me if there are any errors.
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Easy you can just change it on the online account :)


How hard is it to change delivery address on the instant ink as I want this for my son at uni in Liverpool but will need to change it when he is home at end of year in Cornwall or I suppose I could have them sent to me then forward them to Liverpool?.


Report back when you find out


What's the average ink cost for this's baby? Thank


I bought mine from AO for £20 ( £30 original price and £10 cash back)

HP Deskjet 2630/2632/2633 All-in-One Colour Inkjet Printer & Instant Ink 3 Months Trial £30 + £10 AO cashback = £20 @ AO
Found 10th AugFound 10th Aug
Works out at £20 with the £10 AO cashback promo for this all in one colour printer/scanner/photocopier, which is the lowest price I have seen. Also comes with a 3 month instant in… Read more
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Free ink for at least 60days... "HP reserves the right to modify or cancel the free printing plan anytime on 60 days notice."


I'm really happy with my Instant Ink and my HP printer in general. You can get extra free Instant Ink months if you use a code from an existing user + some promotional codes that are available "out there".


Thanks op. Ordered as I spent most of today trying to get my Canon MG550 working with the B200 print head issue a month outside warranty. Cleaned all print heads, replaced all ink and it's knackered. Would cost more for a print head so gonna order this and look into the ink stuff too.


No as you register the printer's serial number, etc.


seems like a good deal, anyone bought one yet/got the cashback?

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HP Deskjet 2630 All-in-One WiFi Printer (3 Months Instant Ink Trial) £29.99 @ Amazon
Found 2nd AugFound 2nd Aug
Print, copy and scan while saving space with a wireless all-in-one printer. EDIT: Includes 3 months Instant Ink Trial BUT you have to click on the Promotion Message to get the H… Read more

You actually quote the freebie: It's a freebie 15ppm as per original post (15 pages per month). The ink is provided when required, which is prior to empty based on your usage pattern. Probably worthwhile for you to re-visit to the HP i-i page to re-evaluate how this works.


I never signed up cuz it said it would charge £1 after 15 pages. And you get ink only after your cartridge empties. How is it a freebie then?


Both those 2600 series printer models qualify for never-ending freebie 15ppm instant-ink (until HP change t&c), via Argos or any other credible merchant, regardless of 3month card being included or not.


A friend of mine bought a 2632 yesterday, should have been easy to setup but it took about 20 minutes as the setup would not find the printer.


Also from John Lewis for £29.99, with the 3 months instant ink trial, and 2 year guarantee. However you have to pay £2 delivered to store, of £3.50 delivery... Might be worth it for the extra year guarantee? Heat for the post, by the way! (y)

HP Envy 5540, Wireless All-in-One Inkjet Colour Printer, A4 - HP Instant Ink Ready (Inc. 3 Month Free Trial) £22.40 @ Tesco instore
LocalLocalFound 28th JulFound 28th Jul
Found in Tesco Extra, Newport, Cardiff Rd.
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The problem with the instant ink is if the printer dies you can't switch the printer on the account. You have to start again.


If you take a free trial, HP don't allow u to change the plan to free 15 pages. You have to sign up straight away for this. Read terms and conditions, it's worth reading if you want free 15 pages per month. Read point 17 of terms and conditions; it covers everything regarding free printing.


I administer a few HP Instantink accounts for customers who own Officejet Pro printers. When I log into their accounts all I can do is switch between 'occasional' (50 pages), 'moderate' (100 pages) and 'frequent' (300 pages), there is no free option that one could select.


Genuine HP 62 cartridge bundle up to 200 pages black and 165 pages tri-colour: £20.92 Genuine HP 62XL cartridge bundle up to 600 pages black and 415 pages tri-colour: £55.18 Generic 62XL cartridge bundle up to 600 pages black and 415 pages tri-colour: £28.88 Here is a set of generic XL cartridges for just £16.95 that should work, however it only states Envy 5640 as a compatible printer There are also loads of generics available on Ebay, XL black £9.95 and XL Tri-colour £10.85 If you do buy this printer take out a HP Instant Ink subscription, there really is no sense in buying ink cartridges for it.


Does anyone know if you take the 3 month trial can you then go onto the free plan? Or can you just set up the free plan straight away & save hassle with the free 3 months

HP Envy Photo 6234 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer, 7 Months Free Ink Trial £69.99 Plus £30 Cashback with instant ink sign up at Currys
Found 28th JunFound 28th Jun
(Same as the previous deal from the beginning of June. Details shamelessly borrowed from that.) HP Envy Photo 6234 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer, free delivery or store picku… Read more

7134 is back up to 129.99


They`ve reduced the price of the 7134 to £69.99 now! so also £39.99 after cashback and comes with 9 months instant ink.....


No, that's right. I've set myself a remonder so I don't forget.


I’v purchased this printer as with cashback works out the same as a lower model. However it seems you can’t claim the cashback till 30 days after purchase? Have I read it right?!


Who knows?

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*Now £69.99 HP ENVY Photo 7134 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer £69.99 + £30 cashback+ 9 months free trial of HP instant ink + free delivery @ Currys
Found 18th JunFound 18th Jun
I am currently looking for a decent printer deal for home and particularly print some photos when I came across this. Would be interested to know what people think as it seems a d… Read more

Price back up to £129.99


Just bought this printer prior to seeing this posting. What a bargain!! ...with 5 months + £32 credit included (could stretch this out on a lower tariff later on) + 1month friend referral code + 2month free code (via Google search), I make that between 12-24months of printing depending the tariff I choose after the first 8 months, ....all for £59 (plus paper) (y)


I have just bought the 6234 printer from Currys £69 with £30 cashback. Only 7 months free ink though. If anyone wants a referral code for an extra months free ink, just pm me & I`ll send the link....


If you Google ' HP instant ink referral codes' plenty come up in forums etc. I got 2 extra months this way from somebody's post, but there were many. Hope this helps (embarrassed)


I don't think it is as I can't PM you. Try PMing me first and I'll reply.

HP Envy Photo 6234 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer, 7 Months Free Ink Trial £69.99 Plus £30 Cashback with instant ink sign up at Curry’s.
Found 1st JunFound 1st Jun
HP Envy Photo 6234 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer, free delivery or store pickup with Curry’s PC World, 7 months free ink trial (Print up to 300 free pages of any size up to A4… Read more
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Back down to £69.99


That's a bugger – I've been looking for a new printer for ages and went to buy this yesterday but the payment timed out. Tried again this morning and it's £20 more. :-/


Price has gone back to £89.99. Expire?


I'm really happy with my Instant Ink and my HP printer in general. You can get extra free Instant Ink months if you use a code from an existing user + some promotional codes that are available "out there". I don't think I can post them here though.


How else would you expect they get the ink to you? The ink levels are monitored and replacements are ordered and posted 1st class way before levels are critical. I've had mine a few months and it's worked seamlessly.

HP DeskJet 2620 All-in-One Printer, Instant Ink with 3 Months Trials, £26.99 from Currys/ebay
Found 24th MayFound 24th May
10% off at checkout. HP Instant Ink trial saves you up to 70% on printing costs - Print from your smartphone or tablet with HP app - All-in-One printer lets you scan and copy a… Read more

Has the 10% off expired? I can't see it anywhere at checkout.


HP monthly print deal good as can carry over unused pages. Why cold? Bizarre.


How do you extend to free 7 months


Great printer with 3 months trail which i extend to free 7 months 300 pages a month, and great timing kids off they can print whatever they want. Heat 🔥

HP ENVY 5030 Wireless All-in-One Printer with 3 Year Care Pack Offer & HP Instant Ink 4 Months £39.20 @ HP Store **Pls don't offer / request referrals**
Found 7th MayFound 7th May
Cheapest so far and you can go through TCB for 5% Cashback

code is expired i just checked


Doesn’t seem to be.


Is the code still working?


That's great - thanks!


The HP website is a POS. Wasted too much time trying to buy off them. Sticking with the JL order.

HP Envy 5030 All-in-One Printer, 4 Months Instant Ink Trial - £39.99 @ Amazon
Found 7th MayFound 7th May
Print, scan and copy with fast speeds and keep tasks moving. Processor speed - 800 MHz Save up to 70 Percent on ink (HP 304 inks) with HP Instant Ink and never run out of ink; ord… Read more
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Yeah how does instant ink work?


thanks op, our our epson broke today so just bough tthis,got to work out how the ink subscribe thing works


Same price in argos with 4 months instant ink and you get a pack of photo sticker papers worth £9.99 free. Really good printer, bought one yesterday.




Been subscribed to instant ink for 2 years, assuming the print volume you need fits the limits it’s a fab service and well priced too

HP ENVY 5030 All-in-One Wireless Printer with Touch Screen with HP Instant Ink 4 Months Trial at John Lewis for £39.99 **Pls do not offer / request referrals**
Found 7th MayFound 7th May
Comes with 4 months free HP Instant Ink subscription. And 2 year John Lewis guarantee. Also £39.20 from HP directly (+3 year care). See below… Read more

Check out HP direct, they are selling this printer at the same price but with 3 years warranty with door step replacement.


I think it's only certain printers... the one I bought last year had it advertised on the box


Bloody predictable text. Seems to be a problem every time I create a reply on this website. Wish it could be fixed I even tried to amend it but wrong every time. Gave up..


No need if you get referral from friend mate (y)


I read somewhere it's £1 per 10 pages or something. I guess I'll take advantage of the free trial and see what my usage is after 4 months. But as you say £1.99 isn't anything to worry about and it does give you a good allowance especially with the odd photo here and there.

HP ENVY 5032 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer for £45 delivered @ Currys (+ 5 months HP Instant Ink)
Found 2nd MayFound 2nd May
Lowest ever price 5 month free trial of HP Instant Ink WiFi / Apple AirPrint / Google Cloud Print Up to 9.8 prints per minute Automatic double-sided printing - Colour pri… Read more
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Can you cancel the free trial and join the free plan?


We have this it’s great (y) 🏻 (y) 🏻 (y) 🏻


I've got one of these. Nothing but problems.


I need some reasonably priced ink for this printer! It's still bonkers how it's cheaper just to buy another printer rather than the ink


Does anyone know if you can buy non-HP ink for this model?

HP Officejet Pro 8710 All-in-one Multifunction Wireless Inkjet Printer £60 cashback and free instant ink. - £109.95 @ Ebuyer
Found 28th AprFound 28th Apr
hi guys this is only my second post so here goes: HP Officejet Pro 8710 All-in-one Multifunction Wireless Inkjet Printer with 60 quid cashback making it 49 quid enrol for the ins… Read more
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It would appear that the Officejet 8710 has been removed from the list of eligible printers. Give them a call on 02030277423 and ask about an alternative way to submit a claim for the cashback. Here is a link to the pdf with the T&C for the promotion ending 30th of April 2018, which did include £60 cashback for the Officejet 8710. And here are the old registration links again... - £60 cashback by redemption - FREE 3 years on-site replacement warranty by redemption NOTICE: You may have to open the link in a private/incognito window for the correct page to display.


does anyone have link to the cashback claim page please? I thought I had one month to claim but can't seem to find the page now.


Not voting, but seriously recommend laser printers over inkjet. The inkjet model is such a rip-off, and HP have been one of the worst culprits of this. HP apologises for ink-blocking update


I got a a3 all singing multi printer last month from Hp after discount for £30 plus 3 years extra cover. All I needed was a a3 scanner but can now get free ink for 15 a3 prints if needed can go wrong. Also just had my ink delivered for my a4 printer £2 a month.


Oh and I'm using this printer. Have had it a few months now (was on the £15 after trading in your old crappy printer deal a while back) Awesome printer and scanner. Yes it's big but it's a beast to use and has wireless which is easy to use (for a change when it comes to printers). Instant ink is a godsend too! Genuine cartridges for £1.99 a month for 50 pages. So much cheaper than not having instant ink service.

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

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

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)

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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