You know you need new ink

What? Oh, I don’t mean a tattoo. (Though, hey, I don’t judge.) (Unless your tattoo contains a word that’s misspelled. Then I totally judge.) I’m talking about ink for your printer. You know how today’s marvelous inkjet printers run low on ink and then they refuse to even do things like scan because Hey! Low on ink! (Maybe that’s just my printer. Grrrr.)

Anyway, you’ll always find competitive pricing over at 123Inkjets, but today (Thursday, January 31st) only, you can also get free shipping with coupon code SHIPTODAY. Looks like it also gives you 15% off “compatible ink” and 10% off all other products, though it does exclude OEM items. And they have laser cartridges, too—not just inkjet stuff.

They couldn’t be easier to use, either; just find your brand, locate your printer model, and boom, there’s the product you need. Between their pricing, the discount, and the free shipping? I may have my printer back up and running until the next school project. (Oh, like your kids don’t run your printer out of ink for every science fair and whatnot. I’m certainly not the one doing all that printing.)

5 Responses to “You know you need new ink”

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    Midj January 31, 2013 at 1:05 pm #

    Hi, Mir,
    Do the remanufactured ones work as well as OEM? Have you used them? Want to order the bulk pack if they’re going to work. Thanks!


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    Mir January 31, 2013 at 1:12 pm #

    I have used the remanufactured ones before with no discernible difference. So far, so good!

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    Midj January 31, 2013 at 1:45 pm #

    Thanks! Ordering now!

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    Golden January 31, 2013 at 5:01 pm #

    OMG. You’re right. Science Fair. He needs to have it all done before Feb break and we are limping along with what is left. Thank you.

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    Frank February 1, 2013 at 10:04 am #

    One thing to bear in mind when doing your ink. Using non branded / generic ink will void any manufacturer’s warranty. Obviously if you are out of that warranty its fine, and they do work great, and they are cheap. Just wanted to point it out.