$120 Off HP Officejet Wireless All-In-One Printer + Free Paper Ream + Free Shipping @ Staples Canada

8 September 2014


Here's a back to school deal that you surely won't want to miss. Head on over to Staples to get the HP Officejet (6700) wireless all-in-one colour inkjet printer for just $69.94. It was originally priced at $189.94, which puts it at a 61% discount ($120 off). You will also get a paper ream for free with your purchase and since Staples usually ships all orders over $45 for free, your order will also qualify for free shipping.

Although I don't have this specific model, I have always had an HP printer and never had any issues with any of them. This one in particular features up to 16ppm and up to 9ppm. It also has AirPrint capabilities, which means that you can print documents directly from your phone as long as the printer is connected to Wi-Fi. It also boasts over 45 reviews with 4.3 stars out of 5.

As for a price comparison, Tiger Direct is selling this printer for $89.99, while the HP Store has it on sale for $79.99 from a regular price of $189.99.

Valued at $7.36, you will also get a free HP FSC-Certified multipurpose paper ream with the purchase HP Office 6700 printer and if you want to add more than one paper ream, then you can also get it on sale right now for $4.99. I had to admit that at first, I had no clue what exactly a paper ream is. As it turns out, in this case, it's actually a pack of 500 printer sheets with a total weight of 20 lbs. At a size of 8-1/2" x 11", they are also 96 bright, which will enhance the brightness and hence, the contrast, on any document or anything else that you print. According to the product details, this paper ream is also manufactured with ColorLok Technology, which "produces colours up to 30% more vivid and blacks up to 60% bolder than ordinary papers and dries up to three times faster for fewer smears".

Plus, if you decide to get more than one paper ream, then you will be happy to know that 20% of all proceeds are also donated to the Canadian Cancer Society for breast cancer research. Although this paper ream isn't all that pricey to begin with, especially since it's currently on sale, every penny counts nonetheless! If you want to donate to the Canadian Cancer Society directly, then you can that as well through their site.

(Image Credit: Dan Taylr)

(Expiry: 16th September 2014)

TOPICS:   Computers   Back to school

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