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cmdmfr

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I am looking for a site where I can get original Epson ink cartridges. I also am looking for a site that I may be able to find some coupons I will only use original brand cartridges since I have had a problem with refills
 

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What kind?

I get my Epson cartridges (T033 series) from Staples' Inkdrop program. After you sign up, they send you envelopes. You pop the old one in the envelope and send it to them. They send you another in a day or two. Free shipping both ways.

Of course you have to keep one of each color in stock, but no one stocks this kind in stores any more, so you really have to get them this way. I'm afraid when the printer finally dies I'll be stuck with six new cartridges; I suppose I'll have to sell them on eBay then.

I too gave up on refill cartridges long ago. At least 50% of them failed or gave lousy results :mad: , so there was really no saving.
 

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On the other hand we have recycled our ink jet cartridges for three years by purchasing from Cartridge World. It has several stores in the area, we have not had a single problem and, one time, when I accidentally took an open cartridge back, they told me it was full. Additionally, they put twice as much ink in by HP inkjet cartridges as the manufacturer. That causes me a small problem when the printer says I am out of ink but I just ignore it. :D I do understand that some cartridges do cause problems (like LexMark, I think??)
 

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I concur. I use a local company called Rapid Refill (could be a franchise, I don't know). More ink, no problems, and they too will tell you if you still have ink in the cartridge (HP) you are exchanging. Significantly cheaper.

George
 
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