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[Staples] HP 3830 All In One Inkjet WiFi Printer $27

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[Staples] HP 3830 All In One Inkjet WiFi Printer $27

Staples has this HP 3830 all in one inkjet printer for $29.99 in their two day sale, with $3 off with code
65943. This is instant ink compatible and will fax.
Add $8 for free shipping or choose ISPU usually ready in a couple of hours.
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Not bad for $30 all in. Ordered one. Thanks OP!
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I assume most of the regular RFD members are familiar with the HP Instant Ink program, but in case some people aren't, here's a link.
https://instantink.hpconnected.com/ca/en/l/

If you don't mind signing up and having them monitoring your usage, you can essentially get free ink for life, if you use 15 pages or less a month.
If you use more you can pay a small monthly fee and they send the ink when required automatically in both cases.
Last edited by idiotcanuck on Oct 8th, 2019 2:03 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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idiotcanuck wrote:
Oct 8th, 2019 1:51 pm
I assume most of the regular RFD members are familiar with the HP Instant Ink program, but in case some people aren't, here's a link.
https://instantink.hpconnected.com/ca/en/l/
Do they send you a new cartridge every month? These things dry up so fast it's useless after a month of not using it.
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Thanks, idiotcanuck. Perfect timing. It's time to replace my Canon printer. I love the HP Instant Ink service.
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shabby wrote:
Oct 8th, 2019 2:03 pm
Do they send you a new cartridge every month? These things dry up so fast it's useless after a month of not using it.
printer will detect if its close to empty then it will notify you that they will send new ones..
been using the free plan (15 pages/month) for almost a year now and only get a replacement once...
if you are worried for it drying out, just do printer maintenance once a month.. it will add to the 15 pages though...

also if you start with free plan and decided to upgrade to the monthly plan... you cannot downgrade anymore... I think it is $1.5/10 pages for overage for the free plan... still cheap...
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Thanks OP. Code 65943 didn’t work for me (maybe because I already used it this morning for another item?). Still a good deal at $33.89 tax in
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shabby wrote:
Oct 8th, 2019 2:03 pm
Do they send you a new cartridge every month? These things dry up so fast it's useless after a month of not using it.
They monitor the ink levels and page count, so I assume that dried up ink will show as low and you will just get new ink in the mail. Since you get charged (or not chargedFace Savouring Delicious Food) by page count, I don't think it will cost you.
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If I already have an instant ink printer and then buy another printer (this one) does that mean I can print double the amount (30 pages on the free plan per month)?
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flyer12 wrote:
Oct 8th, 2019 2:39 pm
If I already have an instant ink printer and then buy another printer (this one) does that mean I can print double the amount (30 pages on the free plan per month)?
pretty sure your printer is linked with your plan, so technically yes you can, provided you print 15 on your old printer and 15 on your new one. Don't think you could do 30 free pages on the new printer.
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hap86 wrote:
Oct 8th, 2019 3:01 pm
pretty sure your printer is linked with your plan, so technically yes you can, provided you print 15 on your old printer and 15 on your new one. Don't think you could do 30 free pages on the new printer.
Thats how I thought it would work too, but not 100% sure.
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mcfrugal wrote:
Oct 8th, 2019 2:30 pm
Thanks OP. Code 65943 didn’t work for me (maybe because I already used it this morning for another item?). Still a good deal at $33.89 tax in
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