LD Products was founded in 1999. Since that time, they have grown to become one of the largest online retailers of printer supplies in the US. Since its inception, LD Products have made customer satisfaction their number one goal; their courteous customer service representatives are knowledgeable about their products and always ready to assist. They have been awarded Bizrate’s Platinum Circle of Excellence for Customer Service for the past six years, and are also a Yahoo 5 Star certified merchant.
LD Products’ purchasing department works hard to ensure that they carry the latest printing supply products–all stocked in their 110,000 square-foot warehouse located in Long Beach, California. They rigorously screen their manufacturers to make sure that their products maintain the highest levels of quality and durability.
We teamed up with The Stuff of Success to help give away $100 worth of LD Products remanufactured printer ink. If you’re running low on printer ink, you will definitely want to enter this giveaway!
But first, The Stuff of Success received ink from LD Products to try out for herself. Here is what she had to say about her experience with the ink:
I was thrilled to be contacted by LD Products to write a review for them. Who doesn’t have an interest in printer ink nowadays? I have a laser printer and an inkjet printer–for this experiment I worked with the laser printer, which is a Brother HL-2270DW.
So let’s start with a price comparison. Since [my printer] is laser it needs a drum cartridge. The drum cartridge at a “leading retailer” is $109.99 with a toner cartridge cost of $68.49 for a total of $178.48. But by purchasing (although I did receive it for free in exchange for this honest review) through LD Products it would have cost a total of $38.99 for the drum and $25.99 for the toner, for a total of $64.98. That is quite a savings, and I can think of many things I could be using those extra funds for–a 64% savings!
Their remanufactured ink produced results just as clear, precise, and defined as the brand name cartridge I had been using. I did not have to compromise anything in quality, and although I have not been using it long enough to determine, I cannot imagine I would suffer at all in quantity, either.
Although I did not receive ink for my Epson Inkjets I do want to run a comparison for the inkjet ink for you to see it in print also. The Epson Workforce 545 has multiple cartridges in it. To replace all of them through a “leading retailer” the total cost for three black cartridges and two of each color high yield (3 colors) would be $161.91, but through LD Products it would cost just $56.97–a 65% savings!
So if you are spending your hard-earned cash on ink, fret no more. You can save a considerable amount with LD Products.
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LD Products is currently running an awesome sweepstakes where you can enter to win a Hawaiian vacation for two, complete with airfare, hotel amenities, a rental car, and even some cash to spend while you’re there. Why? Because grown up jobs suck, but Hawaiian vacations don’t. Word.
Hawaiian Vacation Sweepstakes Info
- Roundtrip airfare for two people from any international airport in the contiguous United States to Honolulu International Airport
- Five night stay in a standard room of the Ritz-Carlton Kapalua Maui Resort
- A standard-size rental car for six consecutive days
- $1,000 in cash
To enter the sweepstakes, click here.
$100 Remanufactured Ink Giveaway
LD Products has graciously offered up a giveaway where one lucky winner will receive up to $100 in remanufactured ink!
This giveaway will end May 12th at 11:59pm ET., and is open to US, ages 18+. To enter use the Giveaway Tools form below.
No compensation was received for this publication. Woman Tribune is not responsible for sponsor prize shipment.
In addition to being the founder of Woman Tribune, Holly is a sporadic web designer and developer, enthusiastic lover of gaming, and wannabe baker. She lives in Northeast, PA with her fiance and two cats. She has been blogging on her progressive personal opinion blog, Menstrual Poetry, since 2007.
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