Epson Introduces Trade-in Program for EcoTank Series

Epson Introduces Trade-in Program for EcoTank Series

Epson Introduces Trade-in Program for EcoTank Series

Epson has introduced a series of programs aimed at assisting small business users in upgrading their printers to its EcoTank and EcoTank Pro series printers.

Featuring high-capacity ink tanks, Epson’s EcoTank series can greatly save users’ cost in replacing cartridges and other consumables, while ensuring efficient workflow. Incorporated with the PrecisionCore Heat-Free technology , these printers deliver documents quickly with print-shop quality. For businesses where consistently stable printer performance is needed to handle high-volume printing tasks, the EcoTank series will provide reliable support and impressive productivity. With the EcoTank series, users can save up to 80 percent on ink bottles compared to traditional color laser printers.

Epson Introduces Trade-in Program for EcoTank SeriesTo facilitate the transition to the EcoTank series, Epson has introduced the Trade In Trade Up (TITU) program, enabling customers to trade in their old printers from any manufacturer at select retailers and receive a discount of up to $100 on a new EcoTank model. Additionally, several EcoTank Pro cartridge-free printers are available at discounted prices of up to $130 off their original retail prices. This program allows customers to upgrade their device without worrying about the old one.

“Epson has made it even easier for small businesses to invest in state-of-the-art printing technology, offering impressive performance, and efficiency with its redesigned pricing strategy and Trade In Trade Up program,” commented Megha Shukla, group product manager, Consumer Inkjet, Epson America, Inc. “Epson strives to make innovative printing solutions more accessible, empowering businesses to streamline operations and stay ahead in today’s dynamic market.”



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