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Buying Epson cartridges


AlanTW 12 347
17 May 2012 6:45PM
Now that the VAT loophole has been closed for the Channel Islands, suppliers such as 7 Dayshop are no longer cheap places to buy genuine Epson cartridges. Any suggestions of alternatives would be greatly appreciated

Alan

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robthecamman 3 1.4k United Kingdom
17 May 2012 7:17PM
i use cartridge save for my canon inks internet site
ikett 4 411 England
17 May 2012 7:25PM
I've used this seller for ages, never had a problem!

I used to buy my genuine Canon PGI-9's for the 9500 II from 7 Dayshop I am looking for another suplier, or replace the printer?

Any advice?
JenniCh 9 32 2 England
18 May 2012 8:25AM
I am still finding that the channel island sites like 7dayshop are still much cheaper than the mainland sites ............ I certainly wouldn't use compatible inks ever again having ruined 2 printers by using supposedly 'fully tested' compatible inks in them.
psiman 11 552 Wales
18 May 2012 9:56AM
I generally find that Amazon has the cheapest prices for my Epson R2880 OEM carts. These often come from 7Dayshop or Indigo Starfish.

Edit.. Ooh that's clever I see the site automatically added a link to Amazon (obviously don't like the other 2 though!)
User_Removed 5 48 1 United Kingdom
18 May 2012 1:12PM
I bought a contraflow system for my Epson printer, i buy the six 100mil bottles of coulour, and just keep topping the unit up, it save's me a fortune.
User_Removed 5 4.6k 1 Scotland
19 May 2012 3:28AM
I have found that the cheapest reliable supplier for genuine Epson cartridges is Premier Inks and Photographic
psiman 11 552 Wales
20 May 2012 10:50PM
Just checked prices for Epson OEM T0963 cartridge for R2880:

Premier Ink = 8.99 + 1.76 P&P
7dayshop = 9.99 delivered
Amazon = 8.99 with free delivery

Certainly not an exhaustive test but bears out my previous experience.

BTW I have no affiliation with Amazon (or Father Christmas as they're known in DecemberWink) aside from being a customer.

Simon
AlanTW 12 347
20 May 2012 10:54PM
Many thanks for all the replies to this

Alan
mattw 11 5.2k 10 United Kingdom
21 May 2012 1:08AM
I also usually browse Amazon to find the seller with the best price, although this can fluctuate over time.

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