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3) Purchase "generic" cartridges made for your printer. These are of similar quality to manufacturer's brand, and often at less than half price.
4) Purchase "remanufactured" cartridges compatible with your printer. These are cartridges collected from original owner, cleaned and re-filled with same ink.
5) Purchase a cartridge "refill kit". You'll receive a kit that will allow you to refill ink in your cartridge rather than a new cartridge. This is a great way to recycle and quality is high and costs low.
6) Purchase your cartridges in bulk to save on shipping costs and discounts are sometimes available on larger single purchases.
7) Order your cartridges online to save time and money. Many local stores don't carry generic versions and costs are normally substantially lower online.
Using any combination of tips above will save you both time and money and help you manage your inkjet printing supply needs easily.
Mark Idzik is a technology specialist and assists small business to use the web effectively. He runs www.ReviewInkjets.com where he reviews online inkjet supply companies to allow you to get the best value and selection. http://www.reviewinkjets.com