11 Tips For Saving Money On Printing Costs

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1) Buy Your Ink And Toner Online

I recently wrote an article that shows you exactly how to save a ton of money buying your printer ink online. After I refined the process myself, I decreased my ink costs by 92%, which is just absurd when you think about it.

2) Use coupons

Related: How To Save Money By Using Coupons

If you’re shopping on any site other than eBay, go to RetailMeNot.com and type in the store name to look for coupons to save you even more money. Discounts of 20% or more are not uncommon. Also try Googling for the name of the store + “coupon” or “coupon forum” to find even more coupons.

3) Pick an ink-efficient printer.

Printers are very different and they all use different amounts of ink when printing. Read reviews on any model you are considering purchasing and look for ink cost red flags like ink being wasted excessively during head cleaning, colour ink being used when printing black and white only documents, low capacity ink cartridges, high ink usage during printing, problems with frequent clogging requiring cleaning, etc. Keep reading » about 11 Tips For Saving Money On Printing Costs

How To Save Money On Printer Ink And Toner

Save money on printer ink and tonerThe whole consumer printer industry is basically a big scam. Companies lure you in with expensive fancy printers with tons of features that you almost never use at ultra-cheap prices and like a drug dealer offering the first hit free, you’re hooked! You’re stuck paying prices inflated more than a blow-fish for “genuine” ink every few weeks or months, depending on how much you print and how much ink your printer wastes.

Sure most people have heard of refilling ink cartridges or cheaper alternatives but they scare you, both when you first buy your new printer at the store and again in the owner’s manual, into using genuine ink so you don’t damage or completely ruin your new baby. You wouldn’t want to do that now, would you?

Cheap Printers And Expensive Ink

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Save Tons Of Money On Almost Any Purchase! (VIDEO)

There's an amazing deal going on right now where you can save a huge amount of money while purchasing almost any product you can buy online in Canada (use your imagination) by stacking multiple promotions together via the Shop.ca website.

Shop.ca is a relatively new Canadian website that is trying to become the next Amazon in Canada and are working really hard to get their name out there by offering insane promotions and discounts. In the video below, I show you exactly how to stack 5+ different promotions together to to save as much as $86.25 off a $150 purchase.

That's a discount of 57.5%! The discounts can be applied to anything Shop.ca sells which is pretty much everything because they partner with existing Canadian retailers to sell their products all under one roof while offering free shipping, free returns (they pay return shipping), and rewards on every purchase that you can use on future purchases. So you can apply these savings to items that never go on sale like say a new Samsung tablet, which I actually purchase in the video below.

Watch This Video To See Exactly How To Do It!

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Insurance: Can You Get A Better Rate?

Car insurance bumper stickerInsurance, more than any other product or service I pay for, makes me nervous ... really nervous!

When I step back and think of it, it's probably an irrational fear, but when contemplating insurance I just picture some sinister adjuster or claims agent somewhere finding any possible means of denying my claim when I need it most to keep more profit for the faceless insurance company. Having that kind of power over me in some unknown person's hands just makes me quiver a little bit.

However, the alternative of not having any insurance at all is even worse!

Is Fear Holding You Back From Getting Better Rates?

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