DEERFIELD, Ill. – Walgreens refilled inkjet printer cartridges for free yesterday at over 3,000 stores, the drug chain reported. This was part of a rollout of the service to 4,500 stores by the end of the year. The offer applied to color or black-and-white cartridges, one to a customer. It applied to a variety of manufacturers, but excluded Canon and Epson. Prices are usually $10 for black-and-white and $15 for color. “In this tight economy, this is a great opportunity for people to save ...

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