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THE HPDIRECT.COM EMPLOYEE PURCHASE PROGRAM

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The HP Employee Purchase Program (EPP) offers HP consumer and commercial grade 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, monitors, accessories, home servers and more!

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

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Eligibility
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