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2-Pk Linkyo Valueline Compatible Brother TN450 TN660 Toner Cartridges (Black) EXPIRED

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Motion Trend via Amazon has 2-Pack Linkyo Valueline Compatible Brother TN450 Toner Cartridges (Black) for $7.98 when you apply promotional code AZ18LV2P at checkout. Shipping is free w/ Prime or orders $25+. Thanks sumo28
  • Note, it will be in stock on March 5, 2018
Motion Trend via Amazon also has 2-Pack Linkyo Valueline Compatible Brother TN660 Toner Cartridges (Black) for $7.58 when you apply promotional code AZ18LV2P at checkout. Shipping is free w/ Prime or orders $25+.
  • Note, it will be in stock on March 3, 2018
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I've been using Linkyo Toner in our office for several years; they have a new Valueline out and it is worth a try at < $4 each cartridge;
Promotion ends 03/09/18 11:59PM PST

$7.98 (2-pack of TN450) - $3.99 per cartridge
Code: AZ18LV2P
LINKYO Valueline TN450 Replacement Brother High Yield Toner
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$7.58 (2-pack of TN660) - $3.79 per cartridge
Code: AZ18LV2P
LINKYO Valueline TN660 Replacement Brother High Yield Toner [amazon.com]
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I'm not a 'grammar/spelling nazi', but I keep seeing these words lately all over the internet: 'would of'. Sorry, but I just feel like it's time I 'spoke' up.

The correct way is: 'would have' (and actually, even 'would've' is also appropriate). Thanks.
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The original Linkyos were cheap enough at 2 for 25ish with free shipping. This is almost suspiciously cheap. I would bite anyways if I had Amazon prime. Maybe I can add up to $25 by the time the sale ends. The starter toner lasted me 3 or 4 years though, and I got a genuine brother open box off ebay a few months ago.
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Linkyo is good, I'm giving it a try. Just avoid $4 toner off ebay I've ruined a drum.
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what's the difference between valueline vs regular linkyo?
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At under $8 its worth a try
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what's the difference between valueline vs regular linkyo?
Page yield seems the same. Since its a new listing, there are no reviews and FakeSpot cannot run diagnostics on it.

Per FakeSpot, company has a B rating. Take that as you will.

https://www.fakespot.com/product/...ack-2-pack


For the price I went for it.
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Bite the bullet. Bought one
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The regular Linkyo TN660 2-pack is 13.95 with S&S after a $5 coupon that's active right now. That's very cheap for Linkyo, and I know what I'm getting with those vs. the new Valueline toner, so I ordered that instead.
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Looks like the link to TN450 should have been: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B078HB9RHW

OP, would you mind updating your post? Thanks for the awesome find!
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Timing is everything, just tossed my last Linkyo TN450 toner cartridge in my printer this morning (had finally stopped printing). Thanks, OP!

Last 2-pack I purchased was well over a year ago. I've used other brands, so far the Linkyo's has worked the best in my 2280. Only complaint is that the print quality does seem to degrade faster vs. OEM.
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i got so many toners from amazon and newegg i am good for a long long time. all i need is the drums.

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This is sooo cheap wow
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https://youtu.be/I5zLob1m1K8
This video shows how to use the TN660 with the Dell E310DW. Thanks op!
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I'm guessing Valueline = cartridges have been refilled more times?
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