I’m back to talk about HP Instant Ink because some of you asked me to. And I’m a people pleaser.
Which means that if you ask me to blog about something, I most likely will. But don’t get any big ideas and ask me to blog about volleyball or eggs or whistling because I am not a fan of any of it, especially strangers whistling in the grocery store. Stop it already. I’m trying to remember if I need these Reese’s peanut butter cups or if I already have some, and your whistling is messing with my mojo.
So I’m not an expert on HP Instant Ink which might make this post a bit difficult to write, but oh well. I’m brand new to HP Instant Ink, but I’m already their biggest fan and telling every single person I know about it.
Once again, I need to give thanks to Lauren at A Teachable Teacher because she is the one who told me all about it in the first place.
So . . . here’s what I know. If you print a lot, and buy ink a lot, and try to save money at Sam’s or Costco, or buy recycled cartridges on Amazon, or any of the above, then this just might be what you need.
I print a lot. I already said that in my Five for Fraturday post, but I’ll say it again. I print a lot. Although, now that I have enrolled in this program, I haven’t printed anything except a class roster, but that’s just a fluke thing and happens to be ironic.
First, you need to see if you have an eligible printer. Here’s the list: