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THE HPDIRECT.COM EMPLOYEE PURCHASE PROGRAM

Partnership

The HP Employee Purchase Program (EPP) offers HP and Compaq consumer products at discounts typically up to 10% off starting prices. You can also take advantage of instant rebates, coupons, and HP Home & Home Office sales promotions that combine with your EPP discount - for a typical savings of 20-30% off.

HP offers a broad line of consumer products, from configure-to-order notebooks and desktops to printers, handhelds, calculators, home servers and more!

Participation
HPDirect.com offers you two ways to select and purchase your HP and Compaq consumer products:

  1. Purchase online
    • Go to www.hpdirect.com/employee/c_acm
    • Click the "Sign Up" button
    • Fill in your name, email address, and password of choice.
    • Enter your company's assigned company code (ACM2001).
  2. Call 1-866-433-2018 to order by phone. Our sales center is open from 8:30am to 2:00am EST 7 days a week. Identify yourself as an  associate of ACM and provide your Company Code: ACM2001.

Eligibility
The hpdirect.com EPP is currently available to active U.S. members of ACM.

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Sign up for our EPP email newsletter and be one of the first to hear about the latest product releases, hot offers and exclusive EPP deals.

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