3 Free Months of HP Instant Ink

by gde-jeep on August 23, 2018 4:04 pm

hp-630x630Sign-up for 3 free months of HP Instant Ink when you use the coupon code INSTANT2 (expires 9/18/18) if you have a qualifying HP Printer. I reviewed HP Instant Ink service back in February of 2015 and I loved it so much that I’m still using it today, over 3 years later! It saves me time because it completely removes “buy ink” from my “To Do” list. HP mails me extra large ink cartridges that last a long time. My printer orders ink before it runs out of ink so I never have to worry about ordering it!

I also like that you get charged per page, so you’ll never feel guilty about printing color photos because they cost the same. This is my referral link, so that when you get your three free months, I get one free month too!

If you have any questions about this service, feel free to ! And if you have a qualifying HP Printer, I hope you can give it a try for FREE!

so I can help you get more freebies!

{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

rcraftlady October 1, 2016 at 10:03 am

Thank you. I love anything that is free. However, I am trying to figure out
how this works. When I sign up am I now going to be charged $2.99/month…whether I ever get to the point that I need ink or not? My family prints…very little. Maybe a page or two every a month… Yeah, really!
So I need the fine print on this one. Yes…I would like a free ink cartridge and to pay $2.99 for 50 pages….but if it is a monthly fee…whether we use the ink or not…that would be very pricey.


gde-jeep October 1, 2016 at 7:53 pm

No monthly fee, you only pay for what you print. So in your case, you really will pay $2.99 a month. I think you’ll love it!!!


Suseanne Goulet September 20, 2016 at 8:50 am

My HP is WAY too old, goes all the way back to when XP was hot! I’m using a Canon right now, I got a set of aftermarket ink tanks (5) for less than $5 shipped on EBay But in the event I get a newer HP, I’ll keep it in mind. Thanks!


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