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Canon PIXMA PRO-100 Color Professional Inkjet Photo Printer + 50-pack Canon Luster 13"x19" Photo Paper EXPIRED

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Promoted 04-09-2013 at 02:06 PM View Original Post
Update: B&H Photo dropped price by $35

B&H Photo Video has Canon PIXMA PRO-100 Color Professional Inkjet Photo Printer + 50-pack Canon Luster 13"x19" Photo Paper for $414 - $300 rebate = $114Shipping is free. Thanks Horace & scottegos2

Adorama also has Canon PIXMA PRO-100 Color Professional Inkjet Photo Printer + 50-pack Canon Luster 13"x19" Photo Paper for $415 - $300 rebate = $115. Shipping is free. Thanks the1b

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Edited April 22, 2013 at 02:35 PM by skedaddle
Update: Amazon Printer [amazon.com] and Luster Paper [amazon.com] (semi gloss is more expensive at amazon) has the same rebate now, so it's $130+tax (on the full amount) there, now. Make sure you buy the paper from Amazon, not a seller. The default is currently a seller. Here's the Amazon rebate: Amazon rebate [images-amazon.com]

Printer supports printing on up to 13"x19" paper (as well as CD/DVD media). It gets outstanding marks for picture quality and longevity in review http://www.imaging-resource.com/P...n-pro-100/

FYI, I've personally never had a problem with the Canon rebates. I imagnie some people have, but I've done probably 10 of them over the years with no hassles.

Very hot deal if you want a top of the line color printer. Buydig has the Canon PIXMA Pro-100 [buydig.com] for $399 with free shipping with a Buydig/Beach Camera Rebate [152.254]. If you add the Canon Photo Paper Plus Semi-gloss [buydig.com] for $69, the rebate becomes $300, so you get the printer+paper for $399.99+$69- $300 rebate - $169. Free standard shipping in the US. Tax for NJ residents, I imagine. Runs $365-400 elsewhere.

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Is it possible to do one rebate from Amazon, and one rebate from B&H, or is each considered the same "1 claim per ;household"?
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Amazon links don't work?
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well im a SDer, i buy stuff when its cheap, and then buy the generic inks Frown. 100$ per set of ink is way too pricey, unless i have a photo business or something
That's their targeted audience Big Grin You'd be surprised how many folks run a photography business on the side--all you need these days is a decent camera and a craigslist account to start out Stick Out Tongue On the cheap, the pixma 9000 printers are ultra cheap to use with generic pgi/cli-8 inks... At some point soon, the market will be flooded with generics that are fully compatible. These new Pixma's are just too new.

The ink is expensive. But these printers do print out very high-quality prints. And there's something to be said for convenience, and not having to head to a print center. Don't even compare wal-mart printers to these babies Stick Out Tongue
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The paper is OOS and will ship later but its UPC is not required so we can submit the rebate as soon as we receive the printer and as long as the paper is on the invoice. Am I reading the rebate form right?
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The rebate form says limit one per household. BUT can I get each offer (amazon/buydig/bh) and make three rebates for one household?
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Can anyone shed some light on what per pic (4x6) cost turn out to be on this or similar printer? Don't know too much about photo printers. Thanks in advance.
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The rebate form says limit one per household. BUT can I get each offer (amazon/buydig/bh) and make three rebates for one household?
Not 100% sure, but it's mostly tied to the promotion number--if they don't match you should be fine. But it might be safer to just get them shipped to separate addresses... relatives that are close by, etc. More than likely, this exact deal will pop up again in the future.
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Can anyone shed some light on what per pic (4x6) cost turn out to be on this or similar printer? Don't know too much about photo printers. Thanks in advance.
quite pricey. More than your local walmart or target prints. The key about these printers is that you have to print big photos ie. 8.5x11 or bigger to really get your monies worth. 4x6 is dirt cheap at the store so itll be better to print it there.

An estimate i would give is, if they charge you 15cents in stores,

may be 4x6 prints at home will cost you 30-40 cents (including photo paper dont forget that). Plus the ink itself is very pricey

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Oh, if you go the refillable ink (a good 3rd party brand, which is a MUST at the very least in my opinion), the 4x6 would be about the same price at the stores (including photo paper). But since you are a SDer, i say go to staples and get those free 4x6 AR. I do it with my girlfriend pretty often. They are just as good as canon photo paper. hope that helps
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The rebate form says limit one per household. BUT can I get each offer (amazon/buydig/bh) and make three rebates for one household?
dont risk it. you will be 300$ in the hole for each additional printer if it doesnt work out. Plus, if you decide to return it, you cant. Because the only way you can know for certain is if you cut the UPC, which ultimately voids returns
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Quote from supahfly112 View Post :
Can anyone shed some light on what per pic (4x6) cost turn out to be on this or similar printer? Don't know too much about photo printers. Thanks in advance.
quite pricey. More than your local walmart or target prints. The key about these printers is that you have to print big photos ie. 8.5x11 or bigger to really get your monies worth. 4x6 is dirt cheap at the store so itll be better to print it there.

An estimate i would give is, if they charge you 15cents in stores,

may be 4x6 prints at home will cost you 30-40 cents (including photo paper dont forget that). Plus the ink itself is very pricey
Got it. Thanks for the quick reply!
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quite pricey. More than your local walmart or target prints. The key about these printers is that you have to print big photos ie. 8.5x11 or bigger to really get your monies worth. 4x6 is dirt cheap at the store so itll be better to print it there.

An estimate i would give is, if they charge you 15cents in stores,

may be 4x6 prints at home will cost you 30-40 cents (including photo paper dont forget that). Plus the ink itself is very pricey
Actually, closer to 10c-12c per 4x6 print at Sams/Walmart print centers (respectively). I primarily printed there 6-7 years back.
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Got it. Thanks for the quick reply!

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Actually, closer to 10c-12c per 4x6 print at Sams/Walmart print centers (respectively). I primarily printed there 6-7 years back.
yea, it depends. Over in my area its pricier. Target the cheapest is 15cents if you buy 100+ prints. 25 and under is like 22 cents or so. Walmart is probably 18cents in my area.

Walgreens is the cheapest if theres that 75+ photos for 10cents each
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yea, it depends. Over in my area its pricier. Target the cheapest is 15cents if you buy 100+ prints. 25 and under is like 22 cents or so. Walmart is probably 18cents in my area.

Walgreens is the cheapest if theres that 75+ photos for 10cents each
Right, forgot about that. I tended to buy in bulk Wink Definitely not worth wasting this expensive ink on 4x6 home prints though. There are so many cheap sales online (snapfish, cowart?, etc) from time to time, super cheap.
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remember, those one hour photo places give you bad quality prints. im so happy with the prints I get from my printer that I dont mind spending a little more on it. it forces you to be more selective with your photos.
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remember, those one hour photo places give you bad quality prints. im so happy with the prints I get from my printer that I dont mind spending a little more on it. it forces you to be more selective with your photos.
People were giving that argument as a reason for stubbornly refusing to give up their 35mm film cameras when digital cameras started taking over Cool Not sure what point I'm making with that, but I don't really feel like the quality of a 4x6 print is that important. Larger prints, it makes a huge difference.
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