Cheap Teacher Printing! LOVING My New HP Printer!

Ok, teacher friends, I am LOVING my new HP printer! Here’s a few pictures of my classroom in action, so you can see some of the cool new centers I have printed for FREE at home!

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I just LOVE having FULL COLOR center items for my students to practice their math skills. It is engaging and fun because of the color and interesting pictures. I am SO glad I joined the HP Instant Ink program! After my initial free months of ink, I will only pay $9.99 for 300 pages of printed items. If I go over, it’s just $1 for every 25 pages I print. I can always go lower on my monthly plan, too, if I am not needing to print much! That is nice! I can change my plan at any time, too!

If you are interested in giving HP Instant Ink a try, visit this link: Try Instant Ink

When you log in to start your free ink, put in this referral code to give you an additional 3 months of ink for FREE!! It is: 3FREEINK

One of the reasons I like it so much is the fact that, if you don’t print the full 300 pages, it lets the additional pages you didn’t print rollover to the next month. For instance, check out my stats for this month:

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You can see that I have only printed 24 pages so far. What I like is that from last month, I didn’t print the whole 300 pages. I had 34 pages that rolled over to this month! So that means that I can print 334 pages total! Isn’t that great? I can log in whenever to my account and see how many pages I have printed. It works GREAT! Also, see that I am NOT paying anything until August of next year? That’s because I got so many FREE months when I signed up! So, what are you waiting for? You’ve got nothing to lose to sign up and try it! I would love to hear your thoughts on this whole subject. Let me know what you think. Have a GREAT night!

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