09-13-2018 11:13 AM
Can someone please explain it to me?
I understand one has to bring in a used ink cartridge to get a $2 off coupon in your next purchase of an ink cartridge, but at times I see it varies that it has to be like $40 to $48 in ink purchase and sometimes $60 to $62, and that it does not count multi ink packages.
Please someone explain this to me, I will be specific on that I am asking on Canon used ink cartridges. Thank you.
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09-19-2018 11:12 AM
Welcome back to the Best Buy forum! I’ll be happy to speak to you about the Ink & Toner Recycling program at Best Buy. As a responsible consumer like yourself, programs like this are a great way for me to feel like I’m making a positive impact while also saving a little money on a purchase I’ll have to make anyways.
According to the recycling information on BestBuy.com found here, the $2 coupon you receive from recycling a cartridge should be usable on your next in-store ink purchase of $40 or more and does not specify that the purchase must be a specific type of cartridge. Just so you can be aware, there is currently a limit of 5 coupons issued per customer per day. All types of ink cartridges should qualify for the recycling program, including toner cartridges, and the coupon should work with both HP and Non-HP ink purchases.
I hope this information has clarified a little bit for you, but if you have any additional questions, please just let me know.
10-05-2018 08:30 AM
10-05-2018 11:00 AM
Thanks for the follow up question!
In terms of coupons, each ink cartridge recycled should produce its own $2 ink coupon. So, if you recycle multiple cartridges you would simply receive multiple coupons instead of a larger dollar amount on a single coupon. With that in mind, as previously stated, there is currently a limit of five coupons that can be issued per customer per day. Beyond that, at this time, a customer should be able to redeem up to five ink coupons per transaction. So if you have five $2 ink coupons from recycling your cartridges, then it would add up to $10 if used on a single qualifying transaction.
I hope this helps to clarify, but please let me know if there is anything you still have questions about.
10-08-2018 07:58 AM
Thanks for the reply once again Kayla. So with 5 recycled carts it is is a $10 off coupon then? I could swear once it did not work or they only applied $2. Alas sadly that was sometime ago and I am not sure when now how it happened that I was under the idea it was a timed used of $2 per purchase.
10-09-2018 06:44 PM
Thank you for your message. Kayla isn't available at the moment, but I'll be happy to answer your question.
As Kayla mentioned above, recycling multiple ink cartridges would result in one coupon being issued per cartridge. In your hypothetical situation, recycling five cartridges would result in five $2 coupons, rather than one $10 coupon.
I hope this helps! Let us know if we can answer anything else, anytime.
10-12-2018 09:51 AM
Hey there, SsbCandidates,
I’m going to step back in here. I'm happy to help clarify.
Let’s take your example where you recycle 5 cartridges. You now, theoretically, have 5 separate $2 coupons. If the transaction is otherwise qualifying, you should be good to go with all 5 coupons as you can use UP TO 5 of these coupons on one transaction.
Let’s say you recycled another cartridge the week before and didn’t use that $2 coupon previously. And then you recycle 5 cartridges and get 5 more $2 coupons. In this scenario, you have 6 coupons. You won’t be able to use all 6 coupons during a single transaction because there is a limit of 5 coupons per transaction.
I hope this helps, but if you have any other questions, please let me know.