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$20 off EPSON 200 or 200XL Inks When You Spend over $100


Hi Guys,
Just got this e-mail from EPSON for $20 off when buying inks from their online store. Hope this is useful to someone. Below are the details from the e-mail:

Get $20 OFF when you spend over $100 on 200 or 200XL inks.
Enter Voucher code SAVING$20NOV13 at checkout.
This offer excludes 200 or 200XL value Packs and Twin Packs.
Only while stocks last!
Offer ends midnight 28 Nov 2013 (Sydney Time)

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    It still works out more expensive than other online stores…


    I just buy compatible (aftermarket) 200XL ink cartridges for $10.25 delivered each. They work just as good as the genuine Epson cartridges. Stuff paying $25 each for the genuine cartridges.

    This is where i've been getting my compatibles from.


      Stuff paying $25 each for the genuine cartridges.

      you can get genuines for around $19 online…

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        Or compatibles for about $10.


          So it works out to $2000 per litre instead of $4000… Bargain !!!


          I suppose but a litre of ink goes a long way :)

          I was just saying compatible cartridges are an alternative to genuines for those on tight budgets or those where every dollar counts. Like most ozbargainers. You can get a full 5 colours ink cartridge set of those compatible 200XL cartridges for $55.95 delivered. They register in my Epson Workforce WF-2530 printer as 200XL cartridges.

        • +1 vote

          For my HP and Epson printers, I use a dedicated CISS (Continuos Ink Supply System). Usually works out to approx $140 to buy and get started, and comes with approx 250mL of ink per colour, which is heaps when you consider a normal ink cartridge comes with 10-15mL of ink for each colour in each one.

          I have yet to find anything remotely comparable in cost per print compared to a CISS.

          (and no mess when changing/refilling either!)

    • +2 votes

      It's cheaper just to install one of these:

      I have one installed, it's been two years and I've barely used a quarter of the supplied ink. (vs. having to had replace individual cartridges several times in the space of 4 months prior to installing this system.)