Canon started life in Japan, making cameras in the 1930s, before moving into printing. For many years it was the go-to brand for industry-standard laser printers, but nowadays it’s a popular choice for both businesses and home users. The secret behind this popularity is obvious: Canon printers successfully negotiate the sweet spot between quality printing and tight budgets, something many brands have struggled with.

Unlike our competitors, at Cartridge Save, we stock the full range of Canon inkjet cartridges, from the latest models to older designs. Whether you decide to go for a genuine Canon printer refill, or make your budget stretch even further with a cheaper, alternative cartridge, you can buy with confidence, knowing all our cartridges are tested before they leave the factory and are covered by a 30-day, no-quibble guarantee.

To purchase the correct Canon printer cartridge, just find the model of your Canon printer (this will be marked somewhere on your printer itself if you don’t know it) and type this into the box above. Alternatively, scroll down the list below and select your printer model. Both these methods will send you to a page outlining the compatible cartridges for your printer. Add these to your basket and take advantage of our free, next-day delivery.

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What kind of ink does my Canon printer use?

Canon printers use a combination of dye and pigment based ink. Dye inks are used for colour and photo prints, and black pigment ink is used for text. Canon printers use ink and cartridges specifically designed for them.

Do all Canon Pixma printers use the same ink?

Pixma is a range of printers, many of which use different ink cartridges. Check the compatibility of the ink.

Can I just use black ink in my Canon printer?

If you are out of colour ink, try the following to continue printing using only black ink. Hold down the resume/cancel button for 10 seconds. On most Canon inkjet printers this button can be found on the right hand side, below the power button.

Are all Canon printers inkjet?

No, Canon makes both laser and inkjet printers. In fact many of HP's laser printers use technology which was developed and patented by Canon.