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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12 Comments

Phil Wright's picture

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

michael buehrle's picture

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.

Hector Belfort's picture

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.

Bill Bentley's picture

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

Roy Quinn's picture

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

Ryan Kane's picture

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

aaronbratkovics's picture

I'm going to try that!

Larry Mockus's picture

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

Deleted Account's picture

Here is the scoop: you DO NOT GET A CASH REBATE! ITS ONLY A GIFT CARD TO SPECIFIC COMPANIES. The advertisement didn't say anything about gift card so i was disappointed when it came in. i wanted to put the money in my bank. That was horrible.