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How to Save Money on Computer Ink - Printing on a Budget

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One of the main hurdles to me actually using the printer that collects dust in my bedroom is that ink is usually so enormously expensive. I figure, do I really NEED to print that stuff out? So I think, nah and I don't. But I really love having computer ink handy.

So I want to recommend a program to you guys that will most definitely save you money on computer ink. It's the HP Instant Ink program.


First, find out if you have an eligible printer by visiting this link here. 

Once you know you have an eligible printer, select the plan you want. First, you can have an occasional plan that lets you print up to 50 pages a month for only $2.99. The plans go all the way up to $9.99 for 300 pages. The amazing thing about this is if you have any left over pages, it rolls over into the next month without a fee.

What is so cool about this is that the printer will talk to HP and let them know about your ink supply levels. If you rink gets too low, you get a new cartridge. Plus, you also get a prepaid recycle envelope to send back your old cartridge.

Finally ink can be affordable for you again. This is something that you must sign up for if cost is holding you back!

Save up to 50% on Printer Ink Replacement with HP Instant Ink! Receive the 1st Month Free - Sign up Now!

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  1. This is very good to know. I find myself printing from home a lot. Thank you for sharing.

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  2. I'm so glad I saw this. I pay around $25. Thank you for this.

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