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Best Buy: HP DeskJet Wireless Printer Just $19.99 Shipped (Regularly $50)

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Hop on over to BestBuy.com where you can snag this HP DeskJet 2624 Wireless All-In-One Instant Ink Ready Printer for just $19.99 shipped (regularly $49.99)!

This compact HP DeskJet 2624 lets you print from computers or mobile devices wirelessly, plus you can copy and scan. Includes the printer, a USB cable, power cord, and both black and tri-color ink cartridges.

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  1. Toni R.

    Thanks for posting! Got one for my daughter for college!!!

    • Kimberly (Stylish Sidekick)

      You’re welcome, Toni!

  2. Katy

    Good deal

  3. Sara

    Awesome!

  4. Sjp

    Thanks

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      You’re welcome!

  5. K

    I wonder how much the ink is. I now consider that part before buying a printer. I previously bought the canon printer that was super cheap, like $20 bucks. I didn’t realize the ink was an arm and leg until after purchasing said printer. Then I started purchasing the printers just to get the ink because it was cheaper than purchasing ink alone. That being said I have a closet full of printers now.
    This last time I finally decided to get a more expensive printer that requires cheaper ink. Saves money in the long run 🙂

    • Jessica

      Totally agree and was wondering about the ink as well!

      • Ashley

        It uses the instant ink program…the printer communicates wirelessly to let HP know when you need more ink and it automatically sends it to you. Basically you choose a subscription package each month (change or cancel whenever you want) and pay accordingly. You can get the first 9ish months free with promo codes and after that the most expensive plan is $9.99 for 300 pages (color or B&W) and $1.00/25 pgs. over that. I’m a teacher and it’s a huge savings! If you use my referral link you will get your first 3 months free then use 6freeink for another free 6 months! http://try.hpinstantink.com/hTsnH

      • Ashley

        It uses the instant ink program…the printer communicates wirelessly to let HP know when you need more ink and it automatically sends it to you. Basically you choose a subscription package each month (change or cancel whenever you want) and pay accordingly. You can get the first 9ish months free with promo codes and after that the most expensive plan is $9.99 for 300 pages (color or B&W) and $1.00/25 pgs. over that. I’m a teacher and it’s a huge savings! If you use my referral link you will get your first 3 months free then use 6freeink for another free 6 months! http://try.hpinstantink.com/hTsnH

      • Ashley

        Also, here’s the best part–when you sign up initially if you choose the $9.99/month plan that means that’s the value that you will receive free each month (300 pages) during your 9 free months! Again, you can cancel or change your plan ANY time! LOL I don’t work for HP or anything, I just can’t say enough good things about this program (as a teacher who prints a lot in color!). 🙂

        • Jill P.

          If I buy this for a gift, can I subscribe to the ink using your link when my daughter opens it on Christmas or do I have to subscribe now at purchase? (It’s asking to add it to my cart)

          • Ashley

            You don’t want to subscribe now or it will start having you pay now. You want to wait until she opens it (unless you want to open it beforehand and get it all ready to go). 🙂 Also be sure to use the link 6freeink for 6 extra months free!

            • Ashley

              I should clarify–it won’t have you actually start paying but it will start the clock on her free trial months so essentially she will lose a month between now and when she actually can start using it at Christmas.

              • Jill P.

                Ok Thanks! I will not add it now and will subscribe after she opens it!

    • Veronica

      This is a great deal. Check on HP instant ink.com to see if this printer qualifies for monthly shipping of ink. I pay less than $5 a month for ink that is mailed to me when I get low. Best deal by far to go with an HP wireless printer.

  6. Vedah

    Thank you!

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      You’re welcome!

  7. nk

    i bought in yesterday from store also i advise that u takr hp instant ink program.v cheap ink comes to ur plcae.read good reviews abt it.now lets c how it works

  8. auxbooks

    I bought this printer last year and signed up for the instant ink program. If you are not a large volume user, I think it’s a great deal. In the past, I have actually had ink dry up in the cartridge before I could use it all. With this program, I do not pay directly for ink. I pay $2.99 per month to print 50 pages per month. There are various page number levels available. For example, 100 pages per month would cost $3.99 per month.
    Your computer monitors your printer ink levels and HP automatically sends you cartridges before you run out of ink. The printer itself works great to print, copy and scan. And I love the wireless feature.

    • Arisha

      I don’t print 50 pages a month only 5 to 10 sometimes. If I signed up with ink program will I have to pay them monthly? For example if I don’t want any prints for December month still I will have to pay them?
      And is that true I heard this printer’s printing quality is not good enough they said it’s prints in very light colors..

      • Ashley

        I don’t have this specific printer (yet–I just ordered one to keep in my classroom) but theoretically if it’s not good quality you could just return it. That’s what I would do! However, I have another HP printer that wasn’t much more expensive than this one was originally and it prints fantastic quality for my school materials! And if you print less than 25 pages a month (I believe that’s the amount) then it’s free…as in you don’t pay anything as long as you didn’t sign up for a more expensive plan. If you don’t use all of your pages in a certain month they will roll over to the next.

  9. Roxy

    Are you able to purchase online? I went to look at it on the website but there’s no button to purchase it? And it’s not available at any stores within 250 miles of me. Anyone else not able to purchase online?

  10. Krissy

    I can’t get it to ship for me. It says I have to pick up in store, but the closest store is over an hour away. Does anyone know a way around this?

  11. Krissy

    Also does anyone know what happens if I were to sign up for the ink program and print more then the max of 300 pages in a month? I run 2 non profits and I print tons of stuff, plus I home school my daughter which also requires a lot of printing.

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