I’ve been seeing a lot of posts and comments out there recently about buying printer ink and all the stress that comes with it. Honestly, I didn’t realize that was still a thing. I haven’t dealt with this agony in several years. I never check my levels, I never run out, I never buy cartridges. I don’t do anything really, besides have a subscription. And, since I rarely print anything, it’s been FREE.
I have an HP Envy printer & use the HP Instant Ink subscription plan. They monitor my ink levels & send me new cartridges whenever I run low. They have a few different plans depending on how much you print and it can be changed as needed. I’m currently allowed up to 15 pages a month. If I go over that, I get charged $1 for each additional 10 pages, which is still less than the next price level.
* I haven’t checked their pricing recently, but for me its always been very affordable & helpful.
People ask me how I find so many great deals. Honestly, I find them over the place. Besides all the rebates that I find, I also have several resources that I utilize for coupons, promotional codes, glitches, and more. I get notifications from Facebook, Instagram, Telegram, rebate companies, sellers, agents, and on and on. When I complete a deal, I log on my spreadsheet how I heard about it. Once a new company is verified, I add them here to my site.
With that said, things can get out of control. I’m already a constant train wreck and my brain is always going a thousand different directs at a million miles an hour. Now add rebating and snagging deals at super fast speeds. It can be time consuming and overwhelming. It can also get pretty hilarious when I literally forget what I bought nearly instantly. Every day is like my birthday when I open all my packages.
I must document everything, especially with the amount of shopping I’ve been doing. I’m horrible at follow up and like I said, I’m very scatterbrained, so I force myself to have a self checking system to capture as much info as possible and also minimize error.
When I have more time, I plan to go through my deal resources and post them here on the Deals page. Please check back later. In the meantime, check out the Rebating page or Smile, Sparkle, Save. Thanks!
Do you use RebatesMe to get cash back when shopping?
I created an account in February and received a $5 bonus. Then, I got a $1 bonus for installing the browser extension. Each time I place one of my Walmart orders, I click on RebatesMe to get 4.2% cash back. So far, I have accumulated $10.44.
Try them out with my referral link and you’ll get $5 too. My referral code is 4FTZTR. Thanks!
Honestly, I initially envisioned this as the Amazon version of an ice cream truck driving through daily with all sorts of deals. It’s not quite like that.
This is what I have gathered from their site. Each day they will text you a new item being offered at a discounted rate. You can click the link to see if it’s still available, then order it. It is then shipped according to if you have Prime or not.
I originally heard about it in 2019 and signed up right away, but it wasn’t available yet in my area. I actually forgot about it until last month when I started receiving texts with their offers.
I most likely will not partake in any of the deals myself, but they may be of use to you or someone you know.