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26-12-2020, 04:52   #1
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HP ENVY 6032 All-in-one Wireless Inkjet Printer 5 month free hpink at Currys-€49.99

Great price with €15 cashback from HP and 5(possibly 7) months free ink

https://www.currys.ie/ieen/computing...11302-pdt.html

Cashback link valid till 4th feb

https://promotions-hp.com/instantink2/en-IE


To get 2 extra months free ink use

1) FREEINK while registering
2) Referral code from friend(have posted one on referral thread or pm me)

Enjoyy

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26-12-2020, 16:15   #2
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So does this mean I can print as much as I want for 5 months and just keep getting free ink??
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So does this mean I can print as much as I want for 5 months and just keep getting free ink??
300 pages for 7 months,..so total 2100 if u can
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Are these shops still open for click and collect option? Have others used this €15 off promo and got it to work here
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Are these shops still open for click and collect option? Have others used this €15 off promo and got it to work here
Should work as its IE link
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Thanks Roberto_gas great deal.

I was about to order ink to prepare for remote schooling for my kids.
That print ink for 2 sets of colour and b&w delivered would cost 68EUR non HP.
Just bought the printer yesterday for 65 EUR, set up very easily, set up an account and noticed no free 5 month ink. Mostly likely due to reusing an existing old account. A quick call to HP 01 5339860 sorted it out , really helpful.
The reclaim process makes you wait 14 days after purchase price so have set up a reminder.

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Thanks Roberto_gas great deal.

I was about to order ink to prepare for remote schooling for my kids.
That print ink for 2 sets of colour and b&w delivered would cost 68EUR non HP.
Just bought the printer yesterday for 65 EUR, set up very easily, set up an account and noticed no free 5 month ink. Mostly likely due to reusing an existing old account. A quick call to HP 01 5339860 sorted it out , really helpful.
The reclaim process makes you wait 14 days after purchase price so have set up a reminder.
Hope you also got the 2 months extra free with FREEINK and referral code ?
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Hope you also got the 2 months extra free with FREEINK and referral code ?
Got the one month free with FREEINK but only saw the referral one after so to late to help you?
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How does the 5/7 month free ink work.? Do you have to sign up to a plan and they just don't charge for first few months.? Had a quick look last night but didn't finalise registration as I wasn't sure..
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I have an Envy 5000 printer I bought there a year and a half ago for 50 euro with the free HP instant ink for 12 months. It was a bargain. I kept the subscription at €3 per month because I'd end up paying at least that or more for ink otherwise. For normal usage, it's a great value. But if you're going to be printing tones of black-only text pages, it might not be.
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How does the 5/7 month free ink work.? Do you have to sign up to a plan and they just don't charge for first few months.? Had a quick look last night but didn't finalise registration as I wasn't sure..
You enroll in a plan and it should show the 5 month free option. Like you I had my doubts as I used an existing HP account. So instead I rang that number got through to a very nice and helpful guy, stayed on the line while I enrolled. As expected didn't work and then he added it, I refreshed account and worked.

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It's an awful situation where the Canon I bought a few months back is now running out of ink, and it's cheaper for me to buy a new printer than replace the ink!

Will use the code and your referral for the extra 2 months @Roberto_gas.
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How does the 5/7 month free ink work.? Do you have to sign up to a plan and they just don't charge for first few months.? Had a quick look last night but didn't finalise registration as I wasn't sure..
U can apply a referral code while registration to get a month...u then apply FREEINK during reg only...once u add printer to account it will pick 5 months automatically...select 11.99 plan to get 300 pages free per month
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It's an awful situation where the Canon I bought a few months back is now running out of ink, and it's cheaper for me to buy a new printer than replace the ink!

Will use the code and your referral for the extra 2 months @Roberto_gas.
Would you not use 3rd party ink for the Canon?
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Would you not use 3rd party ink for the Canon?
I know the question was for Blade but will give my perspective.
For me with the old HP I was reordering 3rd party ink and it is still way cheaper and saving lots to ditch my old printer. My old HP was flaky and bulky but worked so it's a shame but I will try and find a home for it.
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