If you’re buying new ink cartridge in-store, you need to remember which type your printer uses and then shop around for the best price.
Ordering online is more convenient, and occasionally you can get the best deals and discount, plus the items will be delivered right at your doorstep.
2. What is HP Ink Loyalty program?
The Ink Loyalty Program is a membership that rewards you with discounts every time you purchase HP Original Ink cartridges. Here’s how it works:
Create/login your HP account and just register for the program and enter your information, including the printer model you’re using.
Upon registering your account for the program, you will receive a 10% discount coupon for your first purchase.
Continuously use your Ink Loyalty membership to get a lifetime of 5% off discount on every subsequent purchase.
3. Easy and convenient
Buying new ink cartridges online can just take you a couple of minutes. Once your purchase is confirmed, your items will be delivered to your doorstep. In select cities, you can enjoy same day delivery, free of charge.
If you choose to not do online payment, Cash-on-Delivery service is also available with this program. Simply order and pay with cash directly to the sales representative when you receive your items.
Top HP Inkjet Printers
1. HP Tango X Smart Printer
If you want a stylish, minimalist piece of print tech, consider the HP Tango X smart printer. This small-but-powerful printer integrates into your home décor with your choice of stylish linen cover.
The best part is the voice control. Pair the printer with Alexa, Google, Cortana, and more to speak your desired print projects into being. Simply say “OK, Google… Ask my printer to print out my daily calendar,” and it’s done like magic.
Worried about making a mess when refilling and wasting away the ink? With HP Ink Tank printer, you can conveniently restore ink levels with our spill-proof resealable bottle and HP's unique tank system that makes ink management an easy task.
HP Ink Tank printer lets you print out thousands of pages without hurting your pocket. Get up to 8,000 pages (color) or 15,000 pages (black) at an extremely low cost-per-page.
For a small home office or student looking to cut costs, the HP DeskJet 2677 all-in-one printer may be the best solution as it offers all of the features you need in a desktop printer.
Print, copy, and scan from your phone or connected mobile device, or use the compact control panel to manage jobs from the printer. With a foldable output tray and minimalist design, it’s not just small on price - it’s small on space, too.
When all you need to do is print quickly, consider the innovative simplicity of the HP OfficeJet Pro 8210 printer. It's a single-function printer, but it can print up to 22 ppm in black and white and up to 18 ppm in color with a high-volume output of up to 30,000 pages per month between up to five separate user queues.
It gets through your largest jobs fast thanks to two-sided printing and the ability to print Microsoft® Word, PowerPoint®, and Adobe® PDF files right from a USB drive. When you need to print well and often, there’s no comparison to this effective machine.
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