Printer Rebates in February and March from Canon, Epson and HP | LexJet Blog

Printer Rebates in February and March from Canon, Epson and HP

Rebates and incentives from Canon, Epson and HPIf you’re considering an upgrade to the latest printer technology from Canon, Epson and HP, the next two months provide plenty of incentive with generous rebates on most wide format inkjet printer models.

Canon’s mail-in rebates for its 12-color iPF printers range from $350 to $3,200 or a one-year CarePAK Extended Service Plan, based on printer make, model and size, and include the iPF5100, iPF6300, iPF6350, iPF8300 and the iPF9100. To submit a claim, go to

Canon also offers Trade In Rebates for all of its 6, 8 and 12-color imagePROGRAF printers, which include the iPF6300S, iPF8000S, iPF8300S and the iPF9000S. For Trade In Rebates, any printer larger than 17 inches wide is eligible to be traded. All Canon rebates are good until March 31.

Epson’s mail-in rebates last until Feb. 29, and include mail-in rebates of up to $700 on the Epson Stylus Pro 3880 K3, 3880 Signature Worthy (SW) Edition, 3880 Designer Edition (DE), 4900 HDR and 4900 DE; instant rebates of up to $4,000 on the Epson Stylus Pro 7890 K3, 7890 DE, 7900 HDR, 9890 K3, 9890 DE, 9900 HDR, 11880 K3 and the GS6000 low-solvent inkjet printer; and a mail-in rebate for a free sheet pack of Epson Signature Worthy Media when you buy three packs.

HP is offering trade-in rebates of up to $1,000 on the HP Designjet T1300, HP Designjet T7100 and the HP Designjet Z6200. Add an HP Care Pack, which is a three-year next business day onsite support contract on those printers, and you’ll receive an additional cash-back amount of up to $150. And, you can get a mail-in rebate of up to $6,000 when you upgrade to an HP L26500 or L28500 latex printer and show proof of ownership of an eligible aqueous printer (42″ or wider) or an eligible solvent printer (30″ or greater). For more information and to submit a claim, go to

For more information about these rebates, contact a LexJet account specialist or go to

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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