This was a great deal for me on color laser toner. A set of 4 was just over $320 shipped. At HP it was $440. So, with the coupon it was 50% off retail and better than 25% off HP.
posted: Mar. 16, 2010 @ 4:21p
Might not be that hot on inks, but color laser toners see significant savings.
^evidently I was comparing prices the same time as the above.
YMMV: attempt to use this rebate on a set of 4 toners. http://service1.PCConnection.com/RebateCenter/17170.pdf Rebate form has PCConnection logo on it, but it doesn't say PCConnection only purchases. It has a line saying "Where did you buy?"
posted: Mar. 16, 2010 @ 4:47p
I think Newegg raised all of their HP ink prices for this "sale"
posted: Mar. 16, 2010 @ 4:55p
Looked nice, tried everything for 2x 53x, Amazon was cheaper.
posted: Mar. 16, 2010 @ 5:05p
Newegg raised the HP ink price by at least 30% over its MSRP. Then give you 40% off. Yes, you saved 10% finally. Good job..
Senior Member - 2K
posted: Mar. 16, 2010 @ 5:19p
Wow! With math like this, 10% off of $32 is probably a saving of like one dollar.
Note: raising the price by 30%, and then giving a discount of 40%, results in a net saving of 22%, not 10%
posted: Mar. 16, 2010 @ 5:53p
Where's the "first ten fatwalletters get 10% off" deal?
posted: Mar. 16, 2010 @ 5:58p
All of the 02 HP cartiridges are more expensive than Staples. $9.99 at Staples, and here its $15.49 on sale. NO DEALS
Senior Member - 3K
posted: Mar. 16, 2010 @ 6:17p
Trickracen said: NO DEALS
Not true. 940XL ends up being $12 cheaper.
posted: Mar. 16, 2010 @ 6:57p
Good deal on toner.
Both HP and Newegg had 53a toner for $89.99. Newegg is 40% off so $89.99 - $36.00 = $53.99. Very nice.
posted: Mar. 16, 2010 @ 9:05p
The cheapo ink I use is $39 for the color/black combo at WalMart. I got it here for $30. Good deal for me.
posted: Mar. 16, 2010 @ 9:18p
Trickracen said: All of the 02 HP cartiridges are more expensive than Staples. $9.99 at Staples, and here its $15.49 on sale. NO DEALSAgreed... I know Staples pricing is at least consistent (generally MSRP). Newegg is letting me down on this deal. I need 02 ink and they've kindof jacked these bad boys up. Maybe a hit or miss deal depending on your cart p/n needs, but common Newegg, this much higher than my local Staples is hard to believe. Newegg marketing dept, you CAN do better than $15+ on a regular sized HP 02 ink.
posted: Mar. 16, 2010 @ 9:27p
OMG it gets worse. I just checked Neweggs price on the other HP ink I use. HP 38 photo black at egg is $59.99 "on sale". Been buying it at Staples for $39 for ages. Plus Staples is giving 20% rewards on HP ink this month. So even with the 40% deal at Newegg, it would cost me $36/ea for that color. Staples would be approx $30/ea. Good luck for those who need ink/toner which has better Newegg pricing.
Senior Member - 1K
posted: Mar. 16, 2010 @ 9:44p
No advantage to buying inkjet cartridges from the Egg. Costco's prices are actually cheaper for the equivalent (2x HP98 + 1x HP95) combo that I buy for my all-in-one.
posted: Mar. 16, 2010 @ 9:48p
No deals for me. HP has the 60 multipack for $31.99. Newegg wants $44.99 for the same item and their picture looks like an old box. Add in other incentives and HP is definitely a better deal.
posted: Mar. 16, 2010 @ 10:32p
Yea this isn't a good deal. Sams Club always beats them all.
nsdp said: confused200 said: I guess it is truly YMMV. I am pricing 53x. Everywhere else is around $140-160. At Newegg, it is $108 (incl. shipping) -- after 40% off and no tax.
Not any more. Now $309-$123=186+ $2 shipping. The 53A for $54 is still decent I can do almost as well at Costco.
Apparently the egg has sold out of single 53X. The $188 is for two toner cartridges which isn't half bad. Do a search for P2014, and the single 53x will come up. I think the P2014 is a typo; and it is for P2015 printer.
Senior Member - 2K
posted: Mar. 18, 2010 @ 10:00a
subieaggie said: This can be a good deal.
Original HP 564 Ink cartridges Combo-Pack (Cyan, Magenta & Yellow Cartridges) in Retail Packaging
Disclaimer: By providing links to other sites, FatWallet.com does not guarantee, approve or endorse the information or products available at these sites, nor does a link indicate any association with or endorsement by the linked site to FatWallet.com.
Members of our community may attach files to a post in accordance with the User Agreement. FatWallet is not responsible for the content, accuracy, completeness or validity of any information contained in any attached file. Files have *not* been scanned for viruses. Be especially wary of Excel files which may contain malicious content.
Earn Cash Back while you shop - just 3 simple steps.
1. Sign Up so we know who to pay! (It's FREE.)
2. Shop through FatWallet for deals from your favorite stores. Your online purchases earn Cash Back that builds in your FatWallet account.
3. Get Paid by requesting a payment via check or PayPal.
FatWallet coupons help you save more when shopping online. Use our Coupons Search to browse coupons and offers from thousands of stores, gathered into one convenient location.
As part of our FatWallet Community, you can share deals with almost a million shoppers in our forums. Forum content is generated by consumers for consumers. Share deals, money-saving tips, and more. It's FREE, fun, and addicting.
Our customer experience team is here around the clock - real people ready to assist.