Tuesday, January 17, 2012

A Good Way to Save a Bundle!

Good Afternoon!  I was recently blog hopping when I saw a post about how to save money on cartridges for your printer.  I wish I could tell you where I was…:)  The first thing she mentioned was remanufactured cartridges….and a link to a company that sells thru Amazon.com.

So I went and took a look….I was amazed!  To buy a set of all of the cartridges I need for my printer at Wal-Mart, which I found to be the cheapest is 65.00!  I love to paper craft and  tag swaps and such and copying my vintage cards and what not can use a lot of ink.

This is what I found on Amazon….


This package was 12.47 !!!!!  It has three black, and two of everything else.  This would have been over 150.00 in the store! 

This is how it arrived….


I will try to keep you informed of how long these last…..but this is the way to go if these are filled fully…..The link is below….they have all kinds of different cartridges….


Let me know if you use them and how satisfied you are with the results!


My Vintage Mending said...

Oooo....ink is a fortune. I will never understand why? Thanks for the tip. I mailed off this morning....smiles...Renee

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

Wow! Let us know how it works for you.


Anita Kehn said...

My experience is that it is the best to buy the same brand ink as your printer. If I am going to all the work of making something handmade I want the print quality to be as good as possible. I did not have good luck with those type of cartridges however I have not bought from this place that you have the link to. My advice is to think twice!!

Lisa said...

That is great! It is so hard to find good cheap ink! I got my last at Best Buy and honestly they were a great price! Enjoy printing!

Hugs, Lisa

birdie blue said...

thanks for the tip, sandy. ink is almost worth its weight in gold. i'll be anxious to hear what you think.


Nan said...

Let me know the printing quality with these as in the past I tried things like this and had to throw them all out as the print was terrible, that was a long time ago however so I'm hoping this works now, let me know.

retrorevival.biz said...

Thanks for this great tip, Sandy!


Anonymous said...

Thanks! We tried an "ink it up yourself thing" before and it turned out to be such a mess! Ha-ha! We went back to the expensive stuff. Keep us posted! ♥

Betsy said...

I hate how quickly the ink runs out in our printer. I'm looking forward to hearing how this works out for you. It sure would save a lot of money!



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