Don't Miss out on This Incredible Deal on the Canon PIXMA Pro-100 Wireless Inkjet Photo Printer

Don't Miss out on This Incredible Deal on the Canon PIXMA Pro-100 Wireless Inkjet Photo Printer

There’s nothing quite like being able to materialize your photography by printing a stunning, professional-quality print. From a business standpoint, it can also be quite profitable to cut out the middleman and produce your own prints for your clients. B&H has an incredible offer going on right now that makes printing your images easier and more affordable than ever.

B&H is currently offering the Canon PIXMA PRO-100 Wireless Professional Inkjet Photo Printer at the rock bottom low price of $129.99. That's right, you can own Canon's best-selling printer for a smidgen over a hundred dollars (regularly $379.99) after taking advantage of the $250.00 mail-in rebate. This offer ends on May 31, 2017, so if you want to start cranking out impressive prints without breaking the bank, now’s your chance. 

Product Highlights

  •         4800 x 2400 dpi
  •         Print 8 x 10" in 51 Seconds
  •         Wi-Fi, Ethernet, AirPrint, PictBridge
  •         Print Sizes up to 13 x 19"
  •         8 Ink Cartridges Including 3 Monochrome
  •         CD, DVD, Blu-ray Printing
  •         Print Studio Pro for Photoshop, DPP

To help sweeten the pot even more, B&H will include a free pack of Canon SG-201 Photo Paper Plus Semi-Gloss (13 x 19", 50 Sheets). That's an additional value of $49.99. With prices this low, there's no excuse not to print more of your work. 

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11 Comments

Phil Wright's picture

I was excited for a minute...until I realised it was US...

but it will cost you how much in ink a month ? they make their money on that. bulk ink setup is the way to go these days, it's much more cost effective.

Seth Lowe's picture

I have owned this printer for 3 years now, and would absolutely buy it again. I make a lot of matte 11x17 prints with a 1" border. I would say I can get 50 no problem on a set of cartridges. That's about $2 a print for that size, which is really good.

michael andrew's picture

I personally got nowhere near that, maybe 20-25. Now I understand that usage and print color vary wildly, but I was surprised to get such few prints from factory new ink.

It's a great printer and a steal at that price. The print quality is excellent . Ink cartridges are small so I'm forever changing them - that's the disadvantage. It does amazing prints. It's a big unit. You need a bit of space.

I've had one for about 2 years now. Very nice printer.These cartridges are easy to refill as you fill them where the ink comes out. I found a reputable company that has quality inks and gives good guidance. Buy the chip resetter bundle. Very economical if you diy.
http://www.precisioncolors.com/index.html

Rebate only good in the U.S. Canucks are out of luck... ☹️

If they are selling it for $129 then do so. Forget the rebate baloney and sell it for the price you claim is the final one.

Ryan Kane's picture

Just picked one up yesterday. Local camera store was willing to match b&h's price.

Aaron Bratkovics's picture

I'm going to try that!

Hey, I know America is great again but what about Europe?