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Upgrade to a New HP Designjet Printer and Get Cash Back

HP rebates on large format inkjet printersHP announced today its Cash In & Trade Up Fall promotion where you get cash back when you trade in your eligible old printer and purchase or lease any qualifying new HP Designjet Z6200 42” or 60” Photo Printer with a full set of qualifying inks between now and Dec. 31.

If you’re returning an eligible trade-in printer for the HP Z6200 60” printer you’ll get $3,500 back. If you’re not returning a trade-in printer, you get $2,000 back. Add an HP Care Pack (three-year new business day onsite support) and you’ll get an additional $125 back.

If you’re returning an eligible trade-in printer for the HP Z6200 42” printer you’ll get $2,250 back. If you’re not returning a trade-in printer, you get $1,500 back. Add an HP Care Pack (three-year new business day onsite support and you’ll get an additional $125 back.

You can also trade in your eligible old printer and purchase or lease a qualifying new HP Designjet T1300 44” PostScript ePrinter or HP Designjet T2300 PostScript eMFP. Or, purchase or lease a qualifying new HP Designjet T790 44” ePrinter or PostScript ePrinter (the old qualifying printer associated with the purchase or lease of the HP Designjet T790 ePrinter is not eligible to be returned).

And, through the end of the year with the HP StartRight Program, receive up to $200 in free HP large-format media when you purchase or lease a qualifying new HP Designjet T or Z Series printer. Go to www.hp.com/go/HPStartRightPromo for details.

For complete promotion details, a list of qualifying trade-in printers, and the latest rebates from Canon, Epson and HP, contact a LexJet customer specialist at 800-453-9538.

Regan has been involved in the sign and wide format digital printing industries for the past two decades as an editor, writer and pundit. With a degree in journalism from the University of Houston, Regan has reported on the full evolution of the inkjet printing industry since the first digital printers began appearing on the scene.

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