You have to like HP‘s budget line of all-in-one printers. Back in 2016, you could get the 3755 for a little under $70 and do things like quality photo printing and cloud printing options. These days, used models can be found for under $40, making it even more appealing.

You might find yourself with a HP Deskjet 3755 ink problem if you do for a used model though. No, we don’t mean you’ll be getting the HP printer not printing black error (although if you haven’t gotten cartridges from a good manufacturer, the text will hardly be there). The ink problem we’re referring is a rare one. You see, with the 3755, whether we’re talking original or remanufactured ink, there’s actually too many cartridges going around.

Not only is the model compatible with the HP Instant Ink program, but it also shares the cartridges with so many other printers that you might not know where to look. The HP Deskjet 3755 manual isn’t exactly a buyer’s guide, but don’t worry, as we’ll give you some tips.

What is the best HP Deskjet 3755 Ink Cartridge option?

Your ink buying choices should depend on the kind and amount of printing you do. If you aren’t signed up for Instant Ink, head over to Amazon and go through the many HP Deskjet 3755 ink cartridges available (and we do mean many). The 3755 uses the versatile HP 65 cartridge, along with the HP 65XL for frequent users. Check the vendors available, pick a combination based on the suggestions above and keep an eye out for two things: a reputable manufacturer and a reasonable shipping time.