That's slightly more than Amazon when shipping is included but still an excellent deal.
my hunch is......
the price of these "generic" ones will continue to drop as this J470 model becomes more and more popular (newer model, replaced the J430 which used the LC75 inks).
With that said, I wouldn't buy more than 6 months supply at a time as you could easily see these drop to the $2.50-3 per cart range in a few months and then who knows, down to a $1ea like the other models in a year or two.
Again, just a hunch based on past history with Brother generic inks which have indeed come down significantly in price as the competition increased.
posted: Sep. 15, 2013 @ 10:40a
Not a bad deal on the MFC-470 Mr Cheap.
I just bought the MFC-825 from OfficeMax because it uses the older 75 series Carts without the chips. I paid about $100 for it 2 weeks ago. Yes its $50 more but with the generic carts at $7 vs $50 a box I'll be about even after the first round of carts.
I am a fan of the Brother AIO and the cheap ink. We have one at work and even the Brother Brand ink is not too expensive
posted: Sep. 15, 2013 @ 11:16a
the Meritline has a ground shipping option thats only 2.90 so its still pretty cheap
posted: Sep. 15, 2013 @ 11:55a
VegasVegan said: Thanks Mr cheap. Saw this earlier in the circular @ $59. Code makes it that much better.
LC103 is the high yield version of the LC101. There are also a LC105 and a LC107 that are "super high yield" but I don't believe they are compatible with all these new Brother chipped machines. They seem to be for the higher end ones from what I can tell right now.
posted: Sep. 15, 2013 @ 11:52p
posted: Sep. 16, 2013 @ 7:32a
choosethis said: Coupon expired The printable coupon (above) should work for up to week after expiration in-store
posted: Sep. 16, 2013 @ 9:36a
Jumped on to the deal yesterday night with my $40 rewards. Thanks OP!
posted: Sep. 16, 2013 @ 1:50p
coupon 76793 didn't work for m.
posted: Sep. 16, 2013 @ 3:11p
SystemUnstable said: coupon 76793 didn't work for m. The online coupon expired and doesn't work anymore, but if you can find one at the store, you can use the printable coupon in the OP. Staples generally allows the use of expired coupons up to two days after the expiration date.
posted: Sep. 16, 2013 @ 3:18p
tonysohn said: SystemUnstable said: coupon 76793 didn't work for m. The online coupon expired and doesn't work anymore, but if you can find one at the store, you can use the printable coupon in the OP. Staples generally allows the use of expired coupons up to two days after the expiration date. *Coupon codeWe're sorry, but this coupon is not valid online. To use it, you must pay at a register. Please ask a store associate for assistance.
As long as you get that message when adding a five digit code to a cart online it will work in the store. This was for code 10037. Tomorrow it will say expired when adding it to a cart online.
posted: Sep. 17, 2013 @ 2:06p
Took the coupon in store and was denied. It's for "accessories." YMMV
posted: Sep. 18, 2013 @ 1:32a
bad choice... not able to set up WLAN. Any one successful in setting it up?
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