Up to $2,000 in Instant Rebates on HP Printers and Much More in June | LexJet Blog

Up to $2,000 in Instant Rebates on HP Printers and Much More in June

HP Latex Inkjet PrintersHP is offering a number of valuable incentives for its line of latex inkjet printers and printer accessories, including the Designjet L26100, L26500 and L28500, as well as a $2,000 instant rebate on the HP Z6200 60″ aqueous inkjet printer.

These instant rebates end on June 24 and can be combined with HP’s Upgrade to Latex or HP’s Latex Loyalty programs (the Upgrade to Latex and Latex Loyalty programs cannot be combined). The Z6200 instant rebate runs through July 31.

HP’s Upgrade to Latex promotion, which is available through LexJet on the HP Designjet L26500 61-inch latex printer and the HP Designjet L28500 104-inch latex printer, provides up to $10,000 cash back if you own an eligible printer.

Trade in your large-format aqueous or solvent printer/printer-cutter (54″ or wider) and get $10,000 cash back, or trade in a 42″-53″ aqueous or 30″-53″ solvent printer/printer-cutter wider and get $6,000 cash back when you purchase an HP Designjet L28500 104-inch latex printer.

HP is also offering a $1,500 rebate on the HP Designjet L26500 61-inch latex printer if you own an eligible 42″ or wider aqueous printer or an eligible 30″ or wider solvent printer/printer-cutter.

The Latex Loyalty Upgrade program gives you cash back when you upgrade your current HP Designjet 8000, 9000 or 10000 solvent large format printer to the HP Designjet L26100 ($500 cash-back mail-in rebate), HP Designjet L26500 ($1,000) or the HP Designjet L28500 ($6,000).

Plus, with the HP StartRight Program, receive up to $300 in free HP large-format media with the purchase of select HP Designjet printers. To find out more about the printers and HP’s current promotions, as well as great bundle deals from LexJet, 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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