Guys, please stop buying your ink cartridges from stores or online. STOP! You can save zillions of dollars if you subscribe through HPInstant Ink here: try.hpinstantink.com/fzv7C . They send you the ink cartridge refills automatically when they see your ink levels are running low. I have never run dry before new refills arrived at my house. The subscription plan is cancellable at any time, no questions asked. I have been using it since 2014. I freaking LOVE it and I still can't wrap my mind around why some of y'all still pay full price for ink cartridges to this day. I feel bad that some of you don't even know about this plan, so I'm here to save your day and your wallet. Bless you! No more wasted money.
Here's a run-down of the plan pricing:
I have been using the "Frequent Printing" $9.99 per month option because ya girl over here prints like mad and so does her husband. Oh, oh, oh!!! Even better, there's "Rollover Pages"! See below for proof of that! It does go by how many pages you print, not by how much ink you use. That's a GOOD thing because you could print pictures out and use a lot of ink, but it won't count! It's only the page numbers that count!
Wait a minute! Before you subscribe to the service, you have to make sure your printer is compatible with HP Instant Ink. Only some HP printers are compatible and no, no other brand is compatible (sorry). To shop for a printer on amazon, here's the link for all HP Instant Ink ready printers:
Or you can shop through or research on HP Instant Ink's website to find a plethora of HP Instant Ink ready printer models! (Click the button below)
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