I was going to mention this just simply as a reminder, since afterall, we are interested in the best deals. However, someone may flame you for the remark. So I decided not to mention it. However if you have prime, or order enough for FSSS, it is indeed better, and available every day.
Be aware per other threads at fatwallet that changes are coming to Staples rewards in a couple of weeks. Look in deal discussion for more info - http://www.fatwallet.com/forums/deal-discussion/ . Sounds like some level of purchase of Staples ink is going to be required to receive ink recycling rewards, similar to what other stores already do.
err....i meant in the Amazon link posted by ljderm. Even though thats the same LC75 cartridge, it says its not compatible. FWIW, the cartridge on the MFC-J825DW says its LC71. Not sure if they're of same physical attributes with just different numbering. But the Meritline seems to be compatible.
Another question...how storable are these? Can I buy them and stash it in the basement for 6 months before I use them or do they dry up quickly?
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posted: Feb. 27, 2013 @ 10:12a
The LC 75 are the High Yield version of the LC 71....just like HP XL cartridges. And the ones from Meritline are well sealed. I didn't use the first ones for a couple of months after getting them and no problem. They have caps on the ends of the cartridge plus they are in a sealed bag
err....i meant in the Amazon link posted by ljderm. Even though thats the same LC75 cartridge, it says its not compatible. FWIW, the cartridge on the MFC-J825DW says its LC71. Not sure if they're of same physical attributes with just different numbering. But the Meritline seems to be compatible. 3/4 reviews that mention the MFC-J825DW specifically also say they don't work. That makes no sense to me but I'd be cautious anyway.
posted: Feb. 27, 2013 @ 10:48a
leprechanmonkie said: Staples recycles these for 2 dollars rewards each. If you need stuff at Staples, you can make money from using ink
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