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Jul 31, 2014


We constantly get positive feedback from our loyal customers about how much they love our discount offers and promotions.  As a result, we came up with a special way to show some love and appreciation for their support. Now you can all enjoy an entire day of extra savings with Ink Fridays™ - our little way to say Thanks!

Gotta Love Ink Fridays™


Starting at 12:00 AM PST every Friday, we are having a special 24 hour offer on any of our products; could be compatible ink or toner cartridges for any of the top brands. So mark your calendar and be sure to take full advantage of this amazing, one day offer that could translate into major savings for your home or business.

Shopping at CompAndSave.com


You get the benefit of these amazing discounts, plus you get to enjoy all the usual advantages of shopping at CompAndSave.com:
  • A vast range of compatible products for all your requirements
  • Some of the most competitive prices around
  • Savings of up to 80% on products
  • Free sipping on orders above $50
  • 1 year money back guarantee
  • No voiding of printer warranty
  • Earn loyalty points when you share with friends and followers on social networking sites

Sign up for Ink Fridays™ mailing list


We have a new offer each Friday. If you never want to miss another Ink Fridays™ offer, all you have to do is sign up for our special Ink Fridays™ newsletter and we’ll ensure that you're informed of the offer by Friday at 10:00 AM (PST). This way you never miss your TGIF moment at CompAndSave.com!

For even more ways to save on printer supplies and accessories, like us on Facebook, sign up to our promotional newsletters and stay connected!
Thursday, July 31, 2014 Exechias Trezile

We constantly get positive feedback from our loyal customers about how much they love our discount offers and promotions.  As a result, we came up with a special way to show some love and appreciation for their support. Now you can all enjoy an entire day of extra savings with Ink Fridays™ - our little way to say Thanks!

Gotta Love Ink Fridays™


Starting at 12:00 AM PST every Friday, we are having a special 24 hour offer on any of our products; could be compatible ink or toner cartridges for any of the top brands. So mark your calendar and be sure to take full advantage of this amazing, one day offer that could translate into major savings for your home or business.

Shopping at CompAndSave.com


You get the benefit of these amazing discounts, plus you get to enjoy all the usual advantages of shopping at CompAndSave.com:
  • A vast range of compatible products for all your requirements
  • Some of the most competitive prices around
  • Savings of up to 80% on products
  • Free sipping on orders above $50
  • 1 year money back guarantee
  • No voiding of printer warranty
  • Earn loyalty points when you share with friends and followers on social networking sites

Sign up for Ink Fridays™ mailing list


We have a new offer each Friday. If you never want to miss another Ink Fridays™ offer, all you have to do is sign up for our special Ink Fridays™ newsletter and we’ll ensure that you're informed of the offer by Friday at 10:00 AM (PST). This way you never miss your TGIF moment at CompAndSave.com!

For even more ways to save on printer supplies and accessories, like us on Facebook, sign up to our promotional newsletters and stay connected!

Jul 25, 2014

Ink Fridays CompAndSave.com

What are Ink Fridays™?


Good question! Ink Fridays™ are our weekly celebrations for being one of the market leaders in supplying compatible printer cartridges. We’re so proud of our high customer satisfaction rate, we want to give you even more deals to satisfy your cravings for savings…So every Friday, make shopping at CompAndSave.com another TGIF moment!

What's the catch?


None! The only crucial catch here is to make sure you take advantage of this great offer. Just order the featured product on this page and use the give coupon code at checkout. That’s it! The offer cannot be combined with any other coupon, and it’s only valid on the date specified. Considering the high order volume we receive on Fridays, we want to be fair to all our customers and put a limit of one of these highly discounted items per customer order.

How do I get updates about Ink Fridays™?


You can remind yourself to visit this page every Friday, or sign up to our Ink Fridays™ email list to be notified of these offers every Friday at 10:00 AM (PST). So what are you waiting for? Sign up today!
Friday, July 25, 2014 Exechias Trezile

Ink Fridays CompAndSave.com

What are Ink Fridays™?


Good question! Ink Fridays™ are our weekly celebrations for being one of the market leaders in supplying compatible printer cartridges. We’re so proud of our high customer satisfaction rate, we want to give you even more deals to satisfy your cravings for savings…So every Friday, make shopping at CompAndSave.com another TGIF moment!

What's the catch?


None! The only crucial catch here is to make sure you take advantage of this great offer. Just order the featured product on this page and use the give coupon code at checkout. That’s it! The offer cannot be combined with any other coupon, and it’s only valid on the date specified. Considering the high order volume we receive on Fridays, we want to be fair to all our customers and put a limit of one of these highly discounted items per customer order.

How do I get updates about Ink Fridays™?


You can remind yourself to visit this page every Friday, or sign up to our Ink Fridays™ email list to be notified of these offers every Friday at 10:00 AM (PST). So what are you waiting for? Sign up today!

Jul 18, 2014

Did you know, you can print on fabric using your very own inkjet printer at home? You can add quirky designs to a bag, put a funny personalized message on your t-shirt, monogram your pillow case, create a craft project with your kids for school – the possibilities are so many! Let’s look at how you can print on fabrics such as cotton and silk right at home, using an inkjet printer.

Printing on Fabric Printing on fabric – a few pointers


Pick your fabric – experts recommend pure cotton or pure silk because these fabrics are better to print on. It is best to use white or a light colored fabric for best results.Use color fast printer ink (pigment based inks are best) to do your fabric printing to prevent the ink from running and to retain your print results for longer. Also, ensure that your printer is not the sort that expressly forbids fabric printing check your user manual for more details). Typically inkjets will print on fabric whereas few laser printers may be able to do this.

Printing on fabric – things you will need

  • Inkjet printer with ink cartridges that are not depleted or exhausted
  • Cotton or silk cloth fabric
  • Card, printing paper, freezer paper
  • Lightweight bonding spray adhesive and an iron (if you plan to use card or printing paper)
  • Scissors
  • Images, designs, graphics or slogans that you want to print on your cloth (ensure that these are properly formatted and sized)

Prep or stabilize the fabric


The first thing to realize is that you can’t just put any fabric into the printer tray as you would do with the paper. If you do this, it may jam the printer. You could use pre-treated fabrics that are suitable for printing – these fabrics are backed with rigid materials that make them stiff enough to run through a printer.
Here are a few techniques you can use to stabilize the fabric first, and make it stiff enough to run through the printer:
  • Use regular printer paper or stiffer, card paper: cut your fabric to the same size as your sheet of paper, and then iron these together. Spray the paper with adhesive – do this outside or put a protective cover over your workspace to prevent the adhesive getting everywhere. Pay particular attention to the edges; you don’t want the paper and fabric to separate when passing through the printer. Now paste the fabric and paper together.
  • You can also use freezer paper to do this. You don’t need glue for this, simply ironing the two together – the plastic side (the shiny side is the plastic side) facing the fabric – will do the trick
  • If your printer lets you print on a roll of paper (as opposed to sheets from the feeder tray) then your options increase significantly – you can print banners with messages and so on.

Print on your prepped fabric


Once you pick out a design, photo, graphic, or message, make sure that you crop and edited the image properly for the size or dimension of your prepared fabric. Trim any loose threads you find and then insert your prepped fabric into your printer. Print as usual. It’s recommended that you use the best or highest quality printout mode from the settings – draft or regular quality printing will not last as long. Let the printout dry properly, then peel the paper backing away from the fabric and you're good to go!

So as you can see from these simple steps above, it isn’t really difficult to print on fabric at home – just follow the simple steps listed above and keep those pointers in mind. This will help you create unique home furnishings, let you personalize clothing and other DIY products for the home, school or elsewhere.

And if you think a project such as printing on fabric is going to use up too much ink, worry not! We make it possible for you to save up to 80% on your printer cartridge purchases. Like us on Facebook and subscribe to our newsletter to keep track of discount offers and future posts such as this
Friday, July 18, 2014 Exechias Trezile
Did you know, you can print on fabric using your very own inkjet printer at home? You can add quirky designs to a bag, put a funny personalized message on your t-shirt, monogram your pillow case, create a craft project with your kids for school – the possibilities are so many! Let’s look at how you can print on fabrics such as cotton and silk right at home, using an inkjet printer.

Printing on Fabric Printing on fabric – a few pointers


Pick your fabric – experts recommend pure cotton or pure silk because these fabrics are better to print on. It is best to use white or a light colored fabric for best results.Use color fast printer ink (pigment based inks are best) to do your fabric printing to prevent the ink from running and to retain your print results for longer. Also, ensure that your printer is not the sort that expressly forbids fabric printing check your user manual for more details). Typically inkjets will print on fabric whereas few laser printers may be able to do this.

Printing on fabric – things you will need

  • Inkjet printer with ink cartridges that are not depleted or exhausted
  • Cotton or silk cloth fabric
  • Card, printing paper, freezer paper
  • Lightweight bonding spray adhesive and an iron (if you plan to use card or printing paper)
  • Scissors
  • Images, designs, graphics or slogans that you want to print on your cloth (ensure that these are properly formatted and sized)

Prep or stabilize the fabric


The first thing to realize is that you can’t just put any fabric into the printer tray as you would do with the paper. If you do this, it may jam the printer. You could use pre-treated fabrics that are suitable for printing – these fabrics are backed with rigid materials that make them stiff enough to run through a printer.
Here are a few techniques you can use to stabilize the fabric first, and make it stiff enough to run through the printer:
  • Use regular printer paper or stiffer, card paper: cut your fabric to the same size as your sheet of paper, and then iron these together. Spray the paper with adhesive – do this outside or put a protective cover over your workspace to prevent the adhesive getting everywhere. Pay particular attention to the edges; you don’t want the paper and fabric to separate when passing through the printer. Now paste the fabric and paper together.
  • You can also use freezer paper to do this. You don’t need glue for this, simply ironing the two together – the plastic side (the shiny side is the plastic side) facing the fabric – will do the trick
  • If your printer lets you print on a roll of paper (as opposed to sheets from the feeder tray) then your options increase significantly – you can print banners with messages and so on.

Print on your prepped fabric


Once you pick out a design, photo, graphic, or message, make sure that you crop and edited the image properly for the size or dimension of your prepared fabric. Trim any loose threads you find and then insert your prepped fabric into your printer. Print as usual. It’s recommended that you use the best or highest quality printout mode from the settings – draft or regular quality printing will not last as long. Let the printout dry properly, then peel the paper backing away from the fabric and you're good to go!

So as you can see from these simple steps above, it isn’t really difficult to print on fabric at home – just follow the simple steps listed above and keep those pointers in mind. This will help you create unique home furnishings, let you personalize clothing and other DIY products for the home, school or elsewhere.

And if you think a project such as printing on fabric is going to use up too much ink, worry not! We make it possible for you to save up to 80% on your printer cartridge purchases. Like us on Facebook and subscribe to our newsletter to keep track of discount offers and future posts such as this

Jul 8, 2014

Printers themselves tend to be reasonably priced, it is the recurring cost of ink and toner cartridges that tend to burn a hole in the pocket. The printer could cost something in the region of $50 but buying the cartridge could actually cost you more! This is a clever thing that printer manufacturers do; they price the printer low, knowing that by doing so the printer is an easy purchase. But, this also makes the buyer commit to future cartridge purchases.

Toner CartridgeObviously you want to be able to bring down that recurring cost of printer cartridges by not only finding the right supplier, but also buying the kind of printer that uses the least amount of ink in the first place. Here are some pointers to keep in mind about printers in general and cartridges in particular:

Laser over ink jet


The fact is, laser printer cartridges are more economical to use, they last longer and turn out to be more affordable. Inkjet printers typically use more ink than lasers, which uses a less amount of toner compared to how much ink an inkjet uses. According to analysts, laser printers yield better printing cost ratios per cartridge than do inkjet printers. However, the printer itself typically costs more than an inkjet printer so it follows that you have to consider your own printing needs before deciding.

What are your printing requirements?


Consider how much printing you're going to  do. Is the printer for the home or for an office? If it’s for the office, is it to be the home office with few printing requirements or a medium size setup with a lot of printing to do? If you require high volumes of printing you need to consider a laser printer – a bigger initial investment but lower recurring costs. If you need to print low volumes and occasionally, ink jets would be a better bet – an economical initial purchase and lower recurring costs not because of cheaper cartridges but because of low print volumes.

If you print about a 100 pages a week, pick a higher end machine that has a larger capacity cartridge, which will not need refilling as frequently.

Other factors to consider


Your print settings are something else to consider; unless you need a formal printout, use draft settings. Higher print resolutions use more ink or toner so the cartridge last for a shorter duration.

Finding affordable ink and toner cartridges is another factor to consider; it goes without saying that compatible cartridges are way more economical to use than branded cartridges. Subscribe to our mailing list and like us on Facebook in order to save up to 80% on ink & toner every time you replace your cartridges.
Tuesday, July 08, 2014 Exechias Trezile
Printers themselves tend to be reasonably priced, it is the recurring cost of ink and toner cartridges that tend to burn a hole in the pocket. The printer could cost something in the region of $50 but buying the cartridge could actually cost you more! This is a clever thing that printer manufacturers do; they price the printer low, knowing that by doing so the printer is an easy purchase. But, this also makes the buyer commit to future cartridge purchases.

Toner CartridgeObviously you want to be able to bring down that recurring cost of printer cartridges by not only finding the right supplier, but also buying the kind of printer that uses the least amount of ink in the first place. Here are some pointers to keep in mind about printers in general and cartridges in particular:

Laser over ink jet


The fact is, laser printer cartridges are more economical to use, they last longer and turn out to be more affordable. Inkjet printers typically use more ink than lasers, which uses a less amount of toner compared to how much ink an inkjet uses. According to analysts, laser printers yield better printing cost ratios per cartridge than do inkjet printers. However, the printer itself typically costs more than an inkjet printer so it follows that you have to consider your own printing needs before deciding.

What are your printing requirements?


Consider how much printing you're going to  do. Is the printer for the home or for an office? If it’s for the office, is it to be the home office with few printing requirements or a medium size setup with a lot of printing to do? If you require high volumes of printing you need to consider a laser printer – a bigger initial investment but lower recurring costs. If you need to print low volumes and occasionally, ink jets would be a better bet – an economical initial purchase and lower recurring costs not because of cheaper cartridges but because of low print volumes.

If you print about a 100 pages a week, pick a higher end machine that has a larger capacity cartridge, which will not need refilling as frequently.

Other factors to consider


Your print settings are something else to consider; unless you need a formal printout, use draft settings. Higher print resolutions use more ink or toner so the cartridge last for a shorter duration.

Finding affordable ink and toner cartridges is another factor to consider; it goes without saying that compatible cartridges are way more economical to use than branded cartridges. Subscribe to our mailing list and like us on Facebook in order to save up to 80% on ink & toner every time you replace your cartridges.