Sunday, April 12, 2009

Print & Prosper with Kodak (and go to BlogHer)


Right now in this current economy - every dollar coming in or going out of my house matters. Running our household on a responsible budget has never been more important. I'm always looking for ways to save a few bucks without feeling like I'm sacrificing.

At our home, probably our biggest daily savings come in the form of some good ole' coupon clipping. Another way we save is exercising our "free entertainment" options like going to the park, checking out movies at the library, and attending free concerts and community festivals during the warmer months.

Last week I got the privilege of talking to financial expert and author to the book "Money and Happiness" Laura Rowley about different ways to save money throughout every room in the house.

Being a work from home mom; I was especially excited to hear what she had to say about the home office. One area that is easy to save some cash is with the family printer. I have to admit, that between my in home Interior Design business and printing out cute pictures of my daughters, I go through an embarrassing amount of ink.

Kodak has launch a "Print and Prosper" campaign where they are getting the word out on unnecessary spending of ink. Did you know that last year alone, US consumers overspent $5.0 Billion on Inkjet Printing?

With Kodak's new line of all-in-one printers, the average American can save on around $110 a year. Don't believe me? You can easily calculate your own (and find out how much you overpaid) via the Print and Prosper website to see where you're printing habits fall.

For me, I could save $120 a year! Recently I've switched to the Kodak ESP-7 and have been very pleased with all it's capabilities - (including saving me mega bucks on ink).

SIMPLY WIN IT! Kodak wants to jump start some at-home savings for one lucky Simple reader with a new Kodak ESP-7 (retail $199.99) printer of their very own. To enter, visit Kodak Print and Prosper, calculate how much you could be saving on ink with a new Kodak printer. Come back here and leave us a comment letting is know what you would do with that extra money in your pocket.

SECOND ENTRY? Tweet about this contest on twitter. (leave an additional comment)

SIMPLY A BONUS OPPORTUNITY! In addition to the new printer, the winner of this contest will have a 1 in 5 chance to have a full sponsorship to BlogHER (the women blogging conference this summer being held in Chicago) courtesy of Kodak. We will be submitting the winners answer to a celebrity judge selected by Kodak.

Now that's some real savings...

Winner will be selected and notified April 19th, 2009.

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499 comments:

  1. The site calculated a savings of $108.65 for me. Hmmm, with that savings I would blow it on a cut and color at the good salon in town. Then I would be the lady in the grocery store that makes you think "Hey, I love her haircut .. I wish mine looked that good." I'm a terrible, selfish mom.

    Thanks for a great giveaway!

    firrkids(at)gmail.com

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  2. It had that I would save $63.15 but I don't print many photos from home because I can't afford to. I'm sure if I had this printer I would print from home more.

    appetizerforacraftymind(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  3. I over pay 455.35 I would actually beable to get ALL the groceries we really need instead of just getting a little here there ~!

    http://ohiocraftybug.blogspot.com/

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  4. I'd save $144.70. I could use that for groceries.

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  5. I'd save $144 a year. I'd put the savings towards starting my garden. Thanks for the chance.

    sweetascandy579 at yahoo dot com

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  6. I would be saving $200 a year.
    Sheila
    guccirushgirl14{at}aol{dot}com

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  7. Kodak's overpayment calculator suggested that I could save about $129 per year. Not sure how completely accurate that is given the lack of granularity in the available print options, but I'm sure that I could save real money, since HP ink is notoriously expensive.

    David

    david.swinney at gmail dot com

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  8. I have an Epson and my estimated savings would be $146.69 per year!

    With that money I could buy myself a new desk and the organizing system I'm wanting. I think it would make me more productive in the long run!

    Or, I could use it for a mini-vacation for my family!!!

    erica [at] networkingcreatively.com

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  9. My calculation came to a savings of $97.48 now that's a real savings that I would put towards diapers for my 15 month year old. Save me Kodak printer, you're my only hope! :)

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  10. I would save 163.20 a year!
    Stephanie
    stephanieamous@yahoo.com

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  11. Twittered it!

    http://twitter.com/EricaMueller/statuses/1510161978

    erica [at] networkingcreatively.com

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  12. I would save >> $63.15

    That savings would be fun to use for ordering a couple of photo books, which I admit I've fallen behind on lately!

    bethhuckaby at hotmail dot com

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  13. $53.86 isn't too bad but still, it would be nice to spend that money on dinner with the hubs or something other than HP printer ink! I could definitely put it toward going to BlogHer this summer...

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  14. I would save about 123.00 a year! That is crazy! I would probably put it towards buying new things for our house (couch, carpet, etc.)

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  15. The calculation was that I would save $145.45 per year! Wow, that is incredible. I would use the extra money to buy canning jars to be able to can lots from my garden, and for more ink and paper to print lots I don't print now because of the extra cost.

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  16. The calculator said I'd save $59.59. Enough for a decent pair of new shoes.

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  17. I would save $162.93 per year, wow! I would use the extra money to put towrds my kids clothes, since they grow out of them so quickly.

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  18. I twittered about it- tracey1616

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  19. I would save 180.00 a year! That is crazy. There is so much I could do with that!

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  20. It said i would be saving 72.00. I paid too much. amsbolda@hotmail.com

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  21. I tweeted on twitter. 1amypugmire. don't know how to link. amsbolda@hotmail.com

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  22. I would save $129 a year with a Kodak printer. Wow, that would be several new outfits for me or my girls. Boy, that would be nice!

    dschoeniger@hotmail.com

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  23. i would save 200 dollars a year and that would pay my parking meters and tickets :)

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  24. It said i would save $236. that is enough to buy all my Christmas presents

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  25. I would save between $80-$90. I'd love to spend that money in Jamacia with my hubby for our anniversary instead of wasteing it on ink!!!!!!

    ladyverlina (AT) yahoo.com

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  26. I would save $85! That's enough to buy a red wagon for my twin girls and take pictures as I wheel them around ;)

    jungletwins at gmail dot com

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  27. I would be saving $100...which makes a big deal when you have a zillion doctor bills like I do. I have been eyeballing that darn printer for a long time, too.

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  28. I would save 158 and would use that to stock up on diapers. With baby #2 on the way this would be great extra money and a great way to print pics for everyone.

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  29. tweeted here:

    http://twitter.com/CouponClippin/status/1511955905

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  30. I could save 130 dollars a year. I would put that money towards my wedding. lovely!!!

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  31. $117. I could use that money to help my son furnish his condo with housewares. cdziuba@aol.com

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  32. $120! With that I could do a swim class with my tot every summer!!

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  33. I tweeted! http://twitter.com/cornellian2001

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  34. I would save a little over $100. Wow, I have some great ideas that I could do with that mula !!

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  35. I would save about $130! Wow!!! Book a night at a nice hotel for me and my honey!!! beccajr@gmail.com

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  36. Wow! What a great giveaway!

    According to the site, I would save 109.09! And it would probably be a lot more than that, actually, because I print a *lot* of pictures around the Holidays, just not any other time really!

    With that extra money? I would print more pictures!

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  37. I would save just under $100 annually. With that money, I would break down and get my hair colored because every time I print a photo that has me in it, I cringe at all the grey taking over where red should be. (Maybe I'll just start blaming it on my printer and say the red is always out of ink.)

    sahmtoo at gmail dot com

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  38. I could have saved over $122. I would use that extra money to go out to eat more often since we cut back a lot (a whole lot) since the economy turned and I really kind of miss it.

    carrie at icculus dot org

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  39. I would save $144 a year that I could spend on my daughter.

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  40. I would take my boyfriend out for a nice date with the extra money I would save with the Kodak printer!
    kkondek at gmail.com

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  41. Tweet! http://twitter.com/ktkatherine/status/1513900695

    kkondek at gmail.com

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  42. The site said that I've overpaid by $157.87. I could use that money for house repairs!

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  43. Twittered here: https://twitter.com/badgermomma/status/1513972510

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  44. i overspent $251.35… wow!
    i print a lot of photos.
    i could have used that money on groceries!
    mommy2skie@yahoo.com

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  45. I overpaid by 98.59. With that extra money I could go out for a nice dinner or two or three or four or five or six times!

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  46. Awesome! I would be saving $200 !! My computer is currently out of all its ink, so this Giveaway is quite timely ! Thanks !

    thejules40@yahoo.com

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  47. I over spent $163.94. I print a lot of color labels. I would use that money to have a girls day with my sister. A show and lunch and gas for the car.

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  48. I would love to be able to print pictures from home. I can't afford them at the store.

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  49. I would save about $145 which I would use to buy a digital picture frame.

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  50. I print with a laser printer so I don't know any thing about ink. I know that the cartridges for my laser prints cost $83.00 and since I do not print very much, I have been using the same cartridge for 3 years.

    Frances

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  51. I could save over 300.00. With that money I would buy more scrapbook supplies to keep my pictures alive for generations to come.
    amydutt@hotmail.com

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  52. That was a fun exercise! I found out I will save $105.61 a year! That’s pretty substantial and I am sure in actuality I will save more because I am sure I print more than I realize! I would use that savings towards purchasing more eco-friendly products for my family of 5! Everyday I look for ways that I can “Greenify” our home and the products I use for the home and on my family and this money will help me to replace all of our old conventional household cleaning, health and beauty products with healthier organic natural products. It can get expensive so I am right now replacing them on an as needed basis! It would be nice to just go out and slurge on them! Thank you so much for the wonderful opportunity to enter. I have always loved Kodak products and know they are always going to be state of the art!
    joannaonthelake@gmail.com

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  53. I Twittered about your wonderful giveaway! Here is a link to my tweet:

    http://twitter.com/joannaonthelake/status/1516429867

    joannaonthelake@gmail.com

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  54. It says I would save approx $182! That is amazing!! What would I do with those savings....gosh, I would use it on our new baby that is due in 3 weeks with all the things I have forgot about that I will need!! :)

    Shannon
    s.mcavoy6@gmail.com

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  55. I wouldn't save anything in $ because I don't own a printer :( But, the last printer I had ate ink like crazy! But, I'd save time having my own printer!!! :)

    alison_luby@hotmail.com

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  56. I would save $181.81 a year and that's enough so I could buy a NEW Kodak Share Camera :) How fantastic is that~! Thanks for sharing this wonderful giveaway :)

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  57. I WOULD SAVE @356.00 A YEAR BY USING THIS NEW PRINTER! I WOULD PUT THAT SAVINGS TOWARDS BUYING MY GRANDDAUGHTER A SWING SET:-)

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  58. I would save $90.64 probably more because I would print more. Knowing that I have to replace a cartridge causes some sort of mental block and I just don't print. I would take that money and have a spa day.
    efallin@gmail.com

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  59. I tweeted at twitter about this site & giveaway here:
    http://twitter.com/exotic1/status/1516583131
    exotic1
    I love saving money and this would be fantastic~!
    Want another saving tip!?! For the holidays look for cheap wall paper on yard sales that are kind of plain with a touch of gold green or red in it and use it for all your Christmas wrapping next holiday season. It saved me tons of money on wrapping and the packages were beautiful~!

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  60. My printer isn't listed but I would buy the paper to print on with the savings. My printer is a HPDeskjet D1341 and I hate it. It is always clogging the paper up in it.

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  61. It would save me over a $100 dollors a year but I have just stopped printing because it is not in my trying to adopt bugget

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  62. I couldn't exactly calculate my savings because I am 4 months behind (my daughter is 4 months old now) on printing pics. This would save me a TON, I'm sure!
    gray_andrea@hotmail.com

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  63. I overpay $156.39. I could use the extra money to go towards our bills.

    talonsmom731 at gmail dot com

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  64. I tweeted: http://twitter.com/talonsmom731/status/1516798576

    talonsmom731 at gmail dot com

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  65. I could save $401.44??? HOLY INK! Thats some serious cash! Thanks!!

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  66. I would buy more photo paper and just print more!
    Tweeted
    http://twitter.com/hondaray6/status/1516703083

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  67. The site calculated that I would save over $250 per year! Wow - what I could do with the money! I think that would about cover a family day at the amusement park or another fun family outing!
    rmo210 at sbcglobal dot net

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  68. Hi, Wow. We would save $102.64 at least. I could finally buy nice frames to put our pictures in. It's time to save money. Thanks and many blessings, Stefanie Hartman fhartman@frontiernet.net

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  69. said I would save $162. think I would spend it on the garden.


    barbaraeford@yahoo.com

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  70. I would save over $200 per year! That would buy our family of five a nice trip to the beach with fun, food and sand!

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  71. I tweeted the contest!

    http://twitter.com/ablogger/statuses/1517042658

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  72. I would buy clothes and formula for my newborn with the extra cash!
    thanks
    toomuchrock@gmail.com

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  73. i would save 63.15 a year. I would use that to buy my parrots more toys to chew on ao they dont chew on my furniture

    conanan2006@yahoo.com

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  74. I would save 120.00 a year..wow thats amazing!

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  75. Opps I forgot my email its


    adimario85@comcast.net

    and i would save 120.00 a year..sorry please delete my last entry where i forgot my email ad

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  76. $111.31 for me. That pays for my milk for a month. Thanks for sharing!

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  77. I would save almost $200 a year, I would spend the extra money on my boys. Baseball season is here and they need new sports equip. Thanks!

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  78. Forgot to add my email-comment #85
    sueellison@hcecwildblue.com

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  79. I do a lot of work for our local animal shelter helping them showcase the animals with photos and with this I figured I would save $198.05 and that will buy a lot of dog and cat and bird food.

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  80. I would save $239.60. That is an amazing savings that I would most likely use it to take the martial arts curriculum with the children.

    stringsoffire@gmail.com

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  81. Wow, $110 bucks , I can go grocery shopping, I have twin teens and they have a hearty appetite!


    neva_nava@cableone.net

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  82. I can't believe that Kodak printer would save me $246.47 over my Epson printer. With the extra money saved I would have half the money I need for a new embroidery/sewing machine that I have my eye on at Joann's.

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  83. I would save over $100! And would use that to help pay down credit cards.

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  84. With 127.27 saved I would be able to sign up the kids for some activities at the community center.

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  85. I would save at least $218.97 a year. With the savings I could do alot more photo printing and create more scrapbooks. It would be so much more convenient to be able to print pictures from home.

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  86. I would save at least $222.00 a year! With the savings I could buy more stuff for the house~Thanks for the chance :)

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  87. Fabulous! I could be saving over $112 a year with a Kodak printer! I would love to use that money towards more photo equipment so that I could be printing off even better photos! :)

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  88. I'd save $113.37! How cool! I think I'd probably blow the extra cash on a spa day - massage, manicure, pedicure, etc. Thanks for the opportunity!

    annasmama0702@gmail.com

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  89. I would save $122.98 using the Kodak printer instead of my HP! I would use the money to buy more art supplies for creating artwork for my Etsy shop.

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  90. I would save aprroximately 100.00/year..better in my wallet than someone else's
    gbmusart@yahoo.com

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  91. I could have saved $34.48
    I would have used this money to buy something for my hubby, like tools for the garage.

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  92. I would save $120 and I would buy clothes with it.

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  93. I could be saving $200 dollars a year! Honestly, I would put that money towards diapers, and baby gear. With a one year old and another on the way, saving money is on the top of my list! This would be amazing if I could win this!

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  94. I would save almost $200 a year.

    abfantom (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  95. I'd spend my savings on gift for my wife!

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  96. I fared better than most... I would save $27.40. Let's face it, nowadays any savings is very much welcomed! I would buy photo paper.

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  97. We would save approximately $75/year. We'd use that to buy stuff for our soon-to-arrive baby!
    Melanie
    Pipinoy2000@yahoo.com

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  98. With the $108 saved I would be able to pay for several rounds of golf for my husband and I. sharonaquilino(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  99. I would save $90.91 per year - and that's based on us not using our printer as much due to the ink costs - just think if we actually used it more often! I would use the money saved to print out more pictures and maybe even let my husband print out his work stuff at home so we would see him more :) Thanks for the chance!
    coastaldesigner(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  100. I would save 91 dollars! I would put that into groceries and bills. Wow please pick me!!

    lil_wifey21 at yahoo dot com

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  101. $225.00!
    holy cow.

    I NEED that printer. I would use that money to take the kids to the zoo that's 3 hours away, buy frames for the pictures that I would print on my new printer because there is no better way to decorate a home, than with pictures of the family who lives there.

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  102. I tweet you!

    lil_wifey21 at yahoo dot com
    TheHaltonMom

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  103. I would have saved $285.88. That's a lot of money. What a great printer. A wireless is exactly what we need.

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  104. Yikes, $234.34...I knew it would be high though, i still have a all in one ink cartridge instead of separate ones...
    With the money-Hmmm-a nicer lens for my camera!

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  105. I would save $100. And that money would go toward getting our dogs yearly vaccinations that are due next month.

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  106. I could save a little over $100. That extra money would go for our household bills and such. I wish I could say something fun...but that's how it is right now.

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  107. The site didn't have my printer (HP Deskjet 3845) so I used a comparable model. Calculated a savings of $109.09. That could buy a few nice dinners out.

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  108. I could save $144.49 a year. That is amazing...and I know the photos I would print would look so much better on a Kodak printer!

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  109. I would have saved about 220.00 over the Lexmark I have now!

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  110. Linz said:
    Give or take a few Dollars - I say I'd save $100.00 a year. The $100.00 saved I'd use on ink.
    sardisoaks(at)live(dot)com

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  111. 147.96 Wow
    linzz215@yaoo.com

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  112. $382.38, I'd take the kids for a weekend at the indoor waterpark.

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  113. THey didn't have my printer listed. The closest number I could find estimated 72.96

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  114. $194 bucks! That is big savings. Thanks for the awesome contest.

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  115. I would save over $90.00! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  116. ACK! $455.35. That would do a lot of good in my life, allowing us to pay some government fees that allow good things to happen for my family.

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  117. My printer is so old I can't use the calculator.

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  118. I would save $113.02 per year. There's many things I can think of that I could use this money for. Thanks so much for this great giveaway. This printer sounds wonderful. Thanks.

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  119. It said I would save $92.78, wow!

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  120. I could have saved $126.71 which I would have used to built my raised bed garden.

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  121. I would save 117.38. I would use the money to go to the movies more often.

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  122. 386.00 mverno@roadrunner.com

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  123. I would save $157.42. kylelaurie@live.com

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  124. wow i could save 305.00. we have a lost dog and print a lot of flyers. i need this printer. thanks

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  125. I would save about 121 dollars a year! That's pretty good! Thank you for the chance to win this printer!
    pw0105(at)gmail(dot)com

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  126. Over $300 - that's nuts!
    tvollowitz at aol dot com

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  127. $131.14?? Insane! Imagine if I actually printed all my pix here too! Oh, the things I could do with the money saved.

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  128. I'd be saving $98.59/year. Wow, that's a lot of moolah that I could be spending on groceries. Thanks for the chance!

    treflea4 at gmail dot com

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  129. I would save $100. I'd use the money for gas.

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  130. This was fun to figure out! I could save $53.49 by switching my printer and I thought I was using a money-conserving printer, so this is a VERY good savings for me!

    I would take my family of six out to the movies with our financial windfall. However, to maximize my savings - I would go to my nearest warehouse store to buy the Super Saver movie tickets (saving me 23% per ticket). (I also have one member of our family who is under 2 and is free so I would only need 5 tickets). I would go on a Monday to splurge on the $1 candy deal and then buy one large popcorn and one large drink (both of which include a free refill) and we would feel like we splurged on a very special treat without breaking our bank at all!

    Overall, great giveaway! Thanks for letting me dream of a fun family activity for our tightly budgeted family!

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  131. I'd put that money toward a new, DSLR camera!

    contact me at:
    celeste@mail4me.com

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  132. Thanks for the giveaway...I calculated $206.89; if I had to decide at this very moment what to do with an extra 200 bucks I would most likely put it toward my car payment.

    senorpiero [at] yahoo [dot] com

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  133. I'm so excited about this great giveaway! After visiting the site I realized I would save over $50 a year which is a significant savings in the time we're in. I would save the $50 to place in a GO Green account I've established for my transition into a more 'Green' lifestyle. My email is winforchange@yahoo.com

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  134. What a great giveaway! I would save $123+ with this printer. With that... I could buy a new camera!!!

    Thanks!
    B Rachel
    bfeiner123@gmail.com

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  135. The site gives me $163.20. I would buy a Livescribe pen with it!

    panah@tweetgiveaway.com

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  136. Tweeted about it too! http://twitter.com/twitaway/status/1520505117

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  137. $82.51
    I'd put more gas in the tank & go have fun in the sun.

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  138. tweeted

    http://twitter.com/lisagee123/status/1520565733

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  139. I would plow the savings back into my company

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  140. tweeted http://twitter.com/srpsco/statuses/1520616402

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  141. I would save enough for 1 week of free food shopping per year.

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  142. It calculated my saving as $87.41...I think I would get myself a nice long massage as my back has been feeling tight lately. Ahhhhhh....

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  143. I could not calculate mine they didn't have my printer but i'm sure its alot because i blow 47.00 everytime i change them bout 3 times a year. thanks hope i win i need a new printer.

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  144. I love to have a kodak printer because their ads say that the cartridges are much cheaper than others and I could save money.

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  145. i would get take out pizza once a week for 2 months con5459(at)gmail(dot)com

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  146. Mine was only around $45, (I'm estimating because we only print about half the smallest option they had) That's enough for a babysitter and a cheap dinner out with hubby tho! :)

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  147. $126.69, that's a couple of nice dinners out

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  148. 112.39 that i could use towards this new printer

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  149. I would save $181.08 a year. I could increase my clothing budget for the year. it's badly needed.

    Ellen
    eering99@hotmail.com

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  150. Wow, could be saving 220.21! That's a big savings that is needed!

    lizzydearslife@gmail.com

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  151. Tweeted:
    http://twitter.com/lizzydear/status/1521876036

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  152. I would save 182.14 a year, and it would probably go towards shoes for my kids, I have an addiction! :) hawkgirl_16 {at} hotmail {dot} com

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  153. I tweeted! http://twitter.com/mom2anutball/status/1522140432

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  154. I would have saved $90.91. That would be two month's worth of gasoline!

    oldnehamkin at yahoo dot com

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  155. $255 savings and I would put it toward medical bills that we owe due to no health insurance.

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  156. $66.36. That is a great dinner and movie nite at our house for mom and dad!
    Heather
    www.blazeofbeauty.com
    blazeofbeauty@gmail.com

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  157. I Tweeted!
    BlazeofBeautywin a Kodak ESP-7 (retail $199.99) printer at http://tinyurl.com/c9ucsa

    Heather
    blazeofbeauty@gmail.com

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  158. They don't have the hp printer listed that I use but my ink is expensive. I imagine I could save a lot of money. I would end up getting some clothes for my kids with the savings.

    samsakara@twcny.rr.com

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  159. I could use the extra money to pay my taxes. LOL Since we have to pay in.

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  160. Print & Prosper says I would save $101.17. That would go a long way toward the FLIP video camera I want!

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  161. #88.52! Really? Wow! What would I do w/ that? I could definitly use it toward a new printer!

    sharhondacrow@cox.net

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  163. I tweeted this giveaway!
    http://twitter.com/sendtocindy/status/1522419579

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  164. I tweeted! The4Crows Kodak g/a http://tinyurl.com/cwv9u3

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  165. It says I would save $182.15 for a year's worth of printing. I could take my wife on an overnight trip for that!

    John
    asfiled at earthlink dot net

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  166. I posted this on Twitter at http://twitter.com/radarcontact/status/1522475495

    John
    asfiled at earthlink dot net

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  167. dragon needs it!

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  168. Hmmm...I'd save $163 a year according to the calculator....I would probably go shopping. LOL! No, actually, I'm sure it would get used to pay a bill more likely. OH well. A girl can dream!

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  169. We would save around $217.00 a year. That is extra money we could use on vacation..to do something fun with the kids...that we could take pictures of...so we could continue to get great use from the printer.

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  170. $181.08! I'd spend it on...let's see...paying off my credit card!! paying bills!

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  171. Mary
    I calculated I'd save $79.81! While that may not sound like a huge amount, it would still buy me a few gorgeous heirloom roses to plant for summer!

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  172. I would save around $200 per year. That would be great.

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  173. My savings: $82.61. That's the new bedspread I was eying up in Target today.

    shel704 at aol dot com

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  174. Tweeted:
    http://twitter.com/auntiethesis/status/1523206693

    shel704 at aol dot com

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  175. 327.85 is what i'd save . Being a single parent of 2 teens ,Having that extra money would sure help out in so many different ways.

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  176. With my $137.02 I could be saving, I could buy a new lens for my camera. Then I would print even more pictures! :)

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  177. I would save $207 WOW! I need this bad. My all in one is 9 years old, so it is time for a upgrade. Thanks.

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  178. I would be saving $59.59, and could spend that money on groceries

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  179. i would spend the extra mony on food

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  180. I would spend the extra money on my grandkids - maybe take them to a movie

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  181. I would save approximately $130 and I would spend it on dining out.

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  182. They calculated that I would save $45--which I would probably add to the grocery money. But, that is a moot point, since if I win I will give the printer to my daughter, since their printer has given up the ghost.

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  183. I have a bit of a dilemma my LEXMARK Printer is so old its not listed and only the black ink is working but i would save money with a printer that works properly

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  184. $90.52. I would use the savings for a night out on the town. Thanks!

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  185. I would save over $100. That would be more BBQ for me this summer.

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  186. I would be saving $145 a year. I would use that for some summer clothes

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  187. Well, since I can't even afford a printer, I know I need this. With a printer it would be a lot easier for me to print resumes - I'm job hunting after a layoff.

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  188. I would be saving $122.21... I would use it for dog toys :)

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