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Old 06-24-2018, 11:24 AM
 
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I need a recommendation for a good quality HP printer and info on the instant ink program.

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I love the instant ink program. I have been using it for a year. It is really good if you do a lot of colored prints.

I pay 9.99 a month plus tax. So its about 10 dollars. This gives me 300 pages a month . If you do not use all the pages, they carry over to the next month. They will send you ink cartridges when you need them. They really do last. It take 2-3 months before I need new cartridges. You get them before you actually need them. There are smaller plans, depending on what you print. You can also print more pages for a small fee. For my plan you can get 25 extra pages for 1.00.

The printer I have is the HP Envy 7640. I love it. It's a printer-scanner-copier in one. I love this printer. I haven't had any issues since I bought it.

If you use this link below you can get one free month, of service. This would be a great way to try it out.

http://try.hpinstantink.com/hcqV2 (anyone reading this post, can use this link.)

I hope this helps. If you have any questions, let me know.
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Me too
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I actually have the same thing and love it.
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I use the program
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I've used it for a couple of years with no problem. I have a small plan because I do most of my printing for work at work. I don't really print many other things. The ink lasts a long time and the print quality is good.
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Old 06-25-2018, 12:04 PM
 
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I donít understand paying for pages printed and ink? Seems that it would cost more in the long run. Please enlighten me at I just got an Deskjet and XL color ink is only about $20 a cartridge and less for black. I hate to buy ink and pay a monthly fee.


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Old 06-25-2018, 06:16 PM
 
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You donít buy ink. They send it to you. You pay the fee to cover the ink.

We have considered buying one for home. We donít print even 15 pages a month for the free program. However, ink for the current printers we have costs as much as a whole new printer.

I have an HP regular & HP photo-quality. DH has a Canon.

Often my ink dries out/clogs before I even run out.
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I have a Canon...
Old 06-25-2018, 07:06 PM
 
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I was curious about the HP program because I just spent $53 for black and color ink for my $50 Canon desk jet. I could buy a new printer for what I pay for ink!
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A few years ago I started using LD brand ink from LD Products. I get it from Amazon, but you can order from the LD website or other places. It costs about 1/3 the price of the printer manufacturer's ink and I can't tell any difference in the print quality.

It lasts a long time, and I have only had one cartridge not work in my printer. I have an Epson XP-600 printer. It will give me a message that it is not genuine Epson ink, but I click continue and it works fine.

LD makes ink for many different printer brands. The printer manufacturer's ink prices are ridiculous and I refuse to pay it any more.
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Old 06-26-2018, 09:10 AM
 
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I absolutely love HP instant ink! No more running out of ink and having to run to the store to finish something!

I have the 300 page plan that I spend almost $10. a month for. When I got my printer last July and signed up, I was able to use coupon codes and had a year worth of free ink.

I bought Jaime Sears grammar task cards last year and Rooted in Reading so I did a lot of printing!

I have the HP OfficeJet Pro 6960 that I bought last summer for about $70 at BestBuy.
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I too had enough codes to get a free year. That is a lot of ink! I have two free months left, but plan to continue with the program. It is a great value!


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