New year, new printer: Join the HP Smart Hack Challenge

New year, new printer: Join the HP Smart Hack Challenge

Scan, save as many receipts in 30 Seconds for a chance to win an HP Smart Tank 720 Wireless All-in-One Print
/ 12:38 PM January 26, 2023

Join the HP Smart Hack Challenge and be rewarded with the ultimate upgrade: a chance to win an HP Smart Tank 720 Wireless all-in-one printer.

The HP Smart Tank offers smudge-proof and spill-free prints, reliable ink refills, wireless printing capability, and low-cost ink replacement.

The challenge is simple: scan and save as many in 30 seconds or less. All participants get to score an exclusive Smart Tank Shirt, while those who beat the clock also get a chance to win the HP Smart Tank 720 Wireless all-in-one printer in the raffle draw. This challenge is open to everyone from January 14 to February 5, 2023, at select malls in Metro Manila.

HP Smart Hack Challenge

During the Smart Hack Challenge, HP brand ambassadors at participating stores will assist participants in registering on-site. They will then be asked to manually sort out printed receipts and scan them using the brand ambassador’s phone via the HP Smart App’s “Scan and Save” function. Following the challenge, they will receive the exclusive Smart Tank Shirt and take a photo at HP’s booth. Participants who could scan as many in 30 seconds also win an entry to the raffle draw on February 15, 2023, to be announced via the HP Philippines Facebook page.

Challenge dates, venues

The HP Smart Hack Challenge begins on the weekend of January 14 and 15 at SM Mall of Asia at the participating branches of Silicon Valley, Octagon, Asianic, and Villman. Participants may also take the challenge at the Festival Mall at participating Silicon Valley and Octagon stores.

For the Chinese New Year weekend, on January 21 and 22, the challenge venue moves to SM Megamall (Silicon Valley, Octagon, Asianic, Office Warehouse, PCX) and Glorietta 4 (Silicon Valley, Octagon).

On January 28 and 29, the HP Smart Hack Challenge happens at SM North EDSA at participating stores of Silicon Valley, Octagon, Asianic, Office Warehouse, Electroworld, Complink, and PCX.

Finally, on the weekend of February 4 and 5, the last leg for the raffle moves to SM San Lazaro (via stores Silicon Valley, Octagon, Asianic, Office Warehouse, and Electroworld).

Unbeatable value

The HP Smart Hack Challenge allows customers to test and examine the HP Smart Tank printer in a fun way. Aside from its range of features that make it the perfect choice for any home or office, the Smart Tank gives users great print quality and savings of up to 50% with the cost of replacement ink.

With the HP Smart Tank, users enjoy more prints per tank than other printers, high-quality prints that look great, and its compact design makes it easy to fit in any space. Aside from the Smart Tank 720, other models available in the series include Smart Tank 750, 720, and 670.

Take advantage of this incredible opportunity to upgrade your printing experience and start the New Year right with the HP Smart Tank. To more about HP Smart Tanks, please visit https://bit.ly/SwitchToSmartTank.

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