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[Staples] HP Envy Photo 7855 Inkjet All-in-One Printer ($55) (instant ink eligible)

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[Staples] HP Envy Photo 7855 Inkjet All-in-One Printer ($55) (instant ink eligible)

This rarely goes on sale. Usually just twice a year.
$80 is the cheapest.

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HP ENVY Photo 7855 All-in-One Printer

Inkjet
HP Thermal Inkjet
Black (best): Up to 1200 x 1200
Color (best): Up to 4800 x 1200 optimized dpi color
Up to 15 ppm black
Up to 10 ppm color (duplex), colour, duty cycle up to 1000 pages
1 USB 2.0 client and 1 USB host (for thumbdrive)
1 Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n
1 Ethernet
1 RJ-11 (Fax), dual band wifi 2.4/5Ghz, BLE,SD card slot
7.60 x 17.87 x 19.33 in
HP 64 Black Ink Cartridge, HP 64 Tri-color Ink Cartridge, HP 64XL Black Ink Cartridge, HP 64XL Tri-color Ink Cartridge.
1.2 GHz Standard Memory: 256 MB DDR4
Energy Star
Automatic duplex
2.65" (6.75 cm) Capacitive touchscreen color graphics
Flatbed/ADF
Hardware: Up to 1200 dpi
Optical: Up to 1200 dpi
RAW, JPG, PDF
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Thanks.. was searching if this was posted. My total came to $62.14. Nice price for a nicely reviewed printer.

SUBTOTAL (1 items) $79.99
DISCOUNTS −$25.00
HST 13% $7.15
SHIPPING $0.00
TOTAL $62.14
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Trying to decide if this is good or the OfficeJet 6962 ($50 at staples right now)
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ahhchoo wrote: Trying to decide if this is good or the OfficeJet 6962 ($50 at staples right now)
same here lol.
Officejet 6962 has lower photo printing compare to Envy.
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Thanks OP. Picked one! Is this printer eligible for free ink?
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OfficeJet 6962 is quite old. From 2016
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Costco is still $129. This is good because it has duplex printing.

Thanks, my laser printer just starting to give me griefs (damn Samsung printers).

EDIT: This printer is not eligible for free 15 pages plan. You may have to call it in to downgrade.
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pkphilip wrote: Costco is still $129. This is good because it has duplex printing.

Thanks, my laser printer just starting to give me griefs (damn Samsung printers).

EDIT: This printer is not eligible for free 15 pages plan. You may have to call it in to downgrade.
Is that possible? To downgrade? I'm looking to get this and I don't print much
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Thanks, just jump in and ordered one.
Use the $25 off coupon too.
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pkphilip wrote: Costco is still $129. This is good because it has duplex printing.

Thanks, my laser printer just starting to give me griefs (damn Samsung printers).

EDIT: This printer is not eligible for free 15 pages plan. You may have to call it in to downgrade.
really?? HP Instant Ink website don't have this info. I actually call in and he told me all eligible printer can use ANY one of those plan.
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cheapshopper wrote: really?? HP Instant Ink website don't have this info. I actually call in and he told me all eligible printer can use ANY one of those plan.
They might be giving you the wrong information. You can check if a model if eligible for the free ink plan by starting the process of registering a printer, as soon as you enter the printer model series and go to the next step, it shows that the model isn't eligible for the free plan.

Someone mentioned 6962, but that is quite old now. So I'm not sure I should go for it or not.

I don't print much, so having the free ink plan is vital for me but I also want the newer printer :(
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Going back to other Instant Ink thread, it seems you can downgrade to free plan by calling in. Worse come to worse just return the printer until Jan 5 or 30 days if you can't enroll.

It is buried in the FAQ, your Instant Ink sub doesn't start until you insert the Instant Ink cartridges. You should be able to print for free on the starter ink included. The exception to this is when you enroll in the trial program, it starts as soon as you enroll. I believe some printers like Costco models comes with a code in the box to activate it.

I think most of us will be utilizing the free plan here, but it seems we will have to call in to activate the free plan as it should be available to everyone. During the setup process, a credit card will be required, since billing doesn't start until the new ink is installed and we should have plenty of time to call HP in India or virtual assistant to get downgraded.
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michelangelo88 wrote: They might be giving you the wrong information. You can check if a model if eligible for the free ink plan by starting the process of registering a printer, as soon as you enter the printer model series and go to the next step, it shows that the model isn't eligible for the free plan.

Someone mentioned 6962, but that is quite old now. So I'm not sure I should go for it or not.

I don't print much, so having the free ink plan is vital for me but I also want the newer printer :(
I call again, they told me just enroll on the $3.99 program and call in to downgrade. they said for some reason the website don't show free plan for some model, and they don;t know why.

Also on this topic, as I am new to this. I should use the starter kit first and not to enroll until I finish it, right?
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Bright side of RFD: 4 X Koodo $40/8GB plan
Dark side of RFD: Tons of stuff that I don't need but still got them because of RFD
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pkphilip wrote: Going back to other Instant Ink thread, it seems you can downgrade to free plan by calling in. Worse come to worse just return the printer until Jan 5 or 30 days if you can't enroll.

It is buried in the FAQ, your Instant Ink sub doesn't start until you insert the Instant Ink cartridges. You should be able to print for free on the starter ink included. The exception to this is when you enroll in the trial program, it starts as soon as you enroll. I believe some printers like Costco models comes with a code in the box to activate it.

I think most of us will be utilizing the free plan here, but it seems we will have to call in to activate the free plan as it should be available to everyone. During the setup process, a credit card will be required, since billing doesn't start until the new ink is installed and we should have plenty of time to call HP in India or virtual assistant to get downgraded.
The language is there, but be aware that some HP printers come with "HP Instant Ink Ready" cartridges. If you enroll in Instant Ink and install these starter cartridges, your subscription would start right away.
Possibly better to wait it out if you intend on paying for a subscription until 50-75% depletion, and then enroll.
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cheapshopper wrote: I call again, they told me just enroll on the $3.99 program and call in to downgrade. they said for some reason the website don't show free plan for some model, and they don;t know why.

Also on this topic, as I am new to this. I should use the starter kit first and not to enroll until I finish it, right?
If you enroll right away, you will immediately be limited by the 15 pages/mo.
If you want more flexibility, wait it out, and enroll later on. There's no penalty for when you enroll :)
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cheapshopper wrote: I call again, they told me just enroll on the $3.99 program and call in to downgrade. they said for some reason the website don't show free plan for some model, and they don;t know why.

Also on this topic, as I am new to this. I should use the starter kit first and not to enroll until I finish it, right?
Don't say that! A part of me was happy saving some money :(
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pulled the trigger on this one. thanks OP
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Wolfdale wrote: The language is there, but be aware that some HP printers come with "HP Instant Ink Ready" cartridges. If you enroll in Instant Ink and install these starter cartridges, your subscription would start right away.
Possibly better to wait it out if you intend on paying for a subscription until 50-75% depletion, and then enroll.
Good point, spec shows it comes with:

HP 64 Setup H Black Instant Ink Ready Cartridges (~230 pages)
HP 64 Setup H Tri-color Instant Ink Ready Cartridges (~145 pages)

Looks like those are full cartridges verses normal startup which is half of that, as long as you don't activate, these are great value. Of course, how much ink is left after the printhead initialization, that's hard to say.
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Looks like the price has gone up now to $149

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