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February 6, 2007 - Both HP and Mitsubishi recently announced printer trade-in programs, allowing customers to trade-in select models for a rebate toward the purchase of new printers. The Mitsubishi "Trade In Trade Up" program allows for trade-ins of models CP-8000DW, CP-9000DW and CP-9500DW. Rebates of up to $250 apply toward purchases of the following new Mitsubishi models: CP-3020DAU, CP-9550DW, DPS Click 5000, and DPS Kiosk 7000. The offer is good from on printer purchases made between January 19 and July 19, 2007. Full details on the "Trade In Trade Up" program are available at Mitsubishi’s website: http://mitsubishi-imagingphoto.tradeups.com/
HP’s "Extreme Upgrade" trade-in program offers rebates ranging from $500 to $1000 for upgrading a 17-inch to 44-inch color inkjet printer to one of their Designjet line of printers, including Z2100 and the Z3100. HP’s program does not require you to ship your old printer back to the company to take advantage of the rebate. Instead, you’ll need to send the serial number, proof of purchase, and a print made with the printer to the Extreme Upgrade program address. Purchasers of Designjet 24-inch to 44-inch printers are also eligible for $300 and $500 in HP paper. The offer is good from February 1 to May 31, 2007, and details on the program can be found at http://www.hp.com/united-states/tradein/promo/extreme/home_f.html
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