Where and How to Buy Cheap Ink

Third-party inks are cheaper, but do your home­work be­fore you buy.

PCWorld (USA) - - Here’s How - BY MELISSA RIOFRIO AND IAN PAUL

Buy­ing cheap ink is a choice you should make with your eyes wide open. Third-party car­tridges cost less than the man­u­fac­turer brands, which is why peo­ple buy them. A list of third-party re­tail­ers cur­rently sell­ing re­man­u­fac­tured ink car­tridges is be­low.

But even if you ig­nore the dire warn­ings from the orig­i­nal printer ven­dors about voided war­ranties and sub­par print qual­ity, it can be dif­fi­cult to tell whether the third-party ink you buy is any good. We can’t give you any prom­ises, but we can tell you how to shop smarter for cheap ink.

GO WITH A BIG NAME

One time-tested method is to shop at an es­tab­lished re­tailer (on­line or brick-and­mor­tar) that guar­an­tees the qual­ity of its

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