Back To School With HP Instant Ink Program

August 27, 2019

I am a part of the HP Millennial Mom Panel. All opinions are honest and my own.
We are back to school already and I know with my daughter starting middle school, there are going to be so many projects and papers to print throughout the year. So since I have an HP printer, I decided to sign up for the HP Instant Ink Program and it is so easy to use. I wanted to share about the program in case you don't know what it is and you have an HP printer at home. This makes it more affordable, easy and convenient when knowing when you are in need of ink before you run out. Read on to find out more about the HP Instant Ink Program and how you can get a month free!

So what is the HP Instant Ink Program? Well there are different plans you can choose from based on the number of pages you print monthly. My plan is the $4.99 plan for 100 pages a month which works out the best for me and my family. Color and black-and-white pages cost the same so there is no worry there. Plus included in the plans are: ink, shipping, and recycling.

What makes the program so simple is that your printer orders more ink when you are running low. Not monthly or on a set schedule but only when you need it. This makes it easy since I wouldn't want to be charged for more ink when I haven't run out yet. If you need more pages a certain month, then they cost only $1 per set.

There is also a recycling program included where you will receive an envelope like this to store empty ink cartridges. When it is full, usually with 3 to 8 cartridges, then you mail it off and postage is included. You will not get an envelope with every shipment so make sure to fill it as much as you can. We can have already been printing since my daughter started school and the HP Instant Ink Program just makes schoolwork and office work easier and worry free.

If you are looking to sign up, do so HERE and you can get one month free! 
Let me know if you have an HP printer and are signed up to the HP
Instant Ink Program

♥ Stephanie

I am a part of the HP Millennial Mom Panel. All opinions are honest and my own.

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