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DEERFIELD, Ill. -- Walgreens here said that it is offering free inkjet printer cartridge refills on Wednesday, Sept. 12, at more than 3,000 of its drugstores that provide the service nationwide.
Customers can bring one empty black or color cartridge to the Walgreens photo counter at these locations and have it filled at no cost, the chain said. Walgreens said it had launched its printer cartridge refill service in select locations last summer, and continued the rollout to additional stores earlier this year.
At prices about half the cost of an original cartridge - only $10 for black ink and $15 for color - the response has been strong, the chain said.
"We hope even more people will decide to try the service for free on Wednesday," said Walgreens’ photofinishing general merchandise manager John Sugrue.