Buy an Evolis Primacy or Zenius Card Printer and Get up to $300 Back with Any ID Card Printer Trade In

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Get up to $300 in Rebates from Evolis and Save an Additional 10% when Purchasing an Evolis Primacy or Zenius ID Printer at IDCardGroup.com - Now Through March 29, 2013.

Double Savings on the Evolis Primacy and Zenius at IDCardGroup.com

Double Savings on the Evolis Primacy and Zenius card printers at IDCardGroup.com

The Evolis Primacy and Zenius are among the best card printer values on the market - purchase by March 29, 2013 and save even more.

Organizations in the market for a new ID badge printer loaded with innovative features now have two great offers to help stretch their ID printer budget.

Now through March 29, 2013, customers can receive up to $300 back when trading in any card printer for an Evolis Primacy or Zenius printer. In addition, customers save an additional 10% when purchasing an Evolis printer at IDCardGroup.com. Now through December 31, 2012 any Evolis printer - including the new Primacy and Zenius – is 10% off ID Card Group’s website listed price.

Both the Primacy and the Zenius - Evolis' newest additions to its card printer line up - have been making industry headlines with their combination of powerful features, modular design, eco-friendly ratings, and affordable pricing.

Intended to replace Evolis' popular Pebble, Dualys, and Tattoo printers at the end of 2012, the Evolis Primacy and Zenius are designed to meet the needs of small to large sized organizations alike.

The powerful Evolis Primacy is capable of single or dual-sided printing in medium to large batches (2000 to 5000 cards annually) and is quickly earning its place as the best card printer value on the market in this class.

The Primacy is also the fastest printer on the market, capable of printing a full color card or badge in less than 19 seconds. With better image processing and superior card coverage, the Primacy produces single or double-sided cards of unmatched quality - at a low cost of 32 cents per printed card.

The Evolis Zenius is an ideal choice for organizations producing less than 2000 cards annually. Compact and silent, it prints single-sided cards and badges instantly – either individually or in small runs. Weighing less than 8 lbs, the Zenius is well suited for front desk applications in medical offices, schools, gyms, libraries, and more. Despite its small size, the Zenius offers impressive print speeds and ink coverage.

Both printers are user friendly and easy to operate. Evolis’ new ribbon cartridge design makes changing ribbons as simple as dropping the cartridge in and closing the lid. Integrated RFID chips update the driver immediately and the printer is ready to print. Helpful notifications alert the user on the printing status, percentage of ribbon left, and cleaning cycles.

Both the Primacy and the Zenius offer multiple encoding options and modular design – making each easy to upgrade. Customers can add any kind of encoding option (magnetic, smart and contactless) individually or combined on site at any time.

The ID Card Group Advantage
As an authorized Evolis printer dealer, ID Card Group has deep technical knowledge from years of experience working with customers who use Evolis card printers; printing systems; and supplies, including Evolis color ribbons, monochrome ribbons, Evolis cleaning kits, eMedia software, and printer covers and carrying cases.

About ID Card Group
ID Card Group offers a full line of ID card equipment, supplies, and accessories – from identification and access control products, to promotional products for loyalty or membership programs, to gift, payment, or phone cards and systems. Industries such as business, schools, government, military, law enforcement, healthcare, gaming, hospitality, trade shows/conventions, sports & entertainment and more choose ID Card Group for its selection, expert service, and low price guarantee. To learn more, call (877) 868-0012 or visit http://www.IDCardGroup.com.

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