Have your heard of HP Instant Ink?
Do you print from home?
Do you love printing in COLOR?
I do, and I was totally spending a fortune on ink. When I was in the classroom and I needed to print in color I either printed at home (which cost a fortune in ink) or I paid about .20 cents per page. Now that I am homeschooling and running my little home business I really print at home and in color... a lot.
I was spending about $30 to $60 a month on ink.
BUT, I found the HP Instant Ink program.
I was ready to jump on board until I discovered my printer did not qualify (you do have to have an eligible printer), OKAY I was out-forget it I was not buying a printer to save money on ink. I went two more months and in that time I spent on ink what could have bought me two eligible printers…grrrr!
I gave in and hunted Amazon for an eligible printer that was a good price.
I got this printer but actually called HP and they overnighted a refurbished one for around $50.
The reason you have to have an eligible printer is your printer uses the Internet to let them know when to send more ink.
Follow along to see how the process works!
Here is the list of eligible printers.
HP has 3 plans.
If you do go over it is only $1 for each additional 15, 20 or 25 pages (depending on your plan). AND if you do not use all your pages in a month they rollover to the next month.
You don not pay shipping or any extra fees-just your monthly total!
I use the 300 page plan which is $9.99 a month. I do go over sometimes. Here is a screenshot of one of my months.
I went over my 300 pages this month but only had to pay $1 extra. SO...for about $10 I printed 340 pages!
The rollover part is amazing!
If you have the 50 page plan and do not print at all that month the entire 50 pages will rollover.
This part is awesome-your ink will just show up in the mail when you are running low.
This program is awesome and I promise you will not regret it! Right now HP has a coupon code for your first 3 months FREE!
Just enter promo code 3MONTHS at checkout!
Here are some eligible printers from Amazon.