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This post is sponsored by Ink Plus Toner.
We homeschoolers use a lot of printer ink printing all of the cool things that we see online. I typically print at least 1-5 pages of additional content every day, on top of things I print for work and personal use. We can go through an ink cartridge in a month or less. When I am printing my favorite printables and homeschool worksheets, I can use nearly an entire cartridge in one day. This gets expensive fast.
Check out some of the past printables created on Schooling a Monkey if you want to give your printer a little extra workout.
Because we are heavy printer users, I’m always on the lookout for ways to save money on printer ink and ink cartridges, because we can easily spend several hundred dollars on ink in a single year. I once bought a new printer instead of buying replacement ink because it was cheaper than buying replacement ink for the printer that I had at the time.
Needless to say, I was excited when Ink Plus Toner contacted me to share their site with you. They offer discounts on printer ink and other supplies for printers at discounted rates up to 78 percent off retail value. That is a huge savings if you spend several hundred dollars on printer ink each year like we do. If you are concerned about discount ink brands not working in your printer (ours won’t accept anything but official branded ink cartridges), the site also has many of the most popular brands of ink at discounted rates. Simply go to their website to order either kind of ink cartridge!
Today, I’m giving you yet another reason to use your printer with this fun fall-themed printable for kids that I’ve made for you. Simply click the image below or click here to download the PDF file of your fall-themed printable for kids!
Tell me: how do you keep the cost of your printer ink reasonable? Do you budget for it or just try to pay for it as it comes up? Let is know in the comments: how much do you spend monthly on ink?
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