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Are you using the point-of-sale system for your business operations? Consider getting some additional equipment to help you make sales for your active customers. Equipment includes additional card readers, iPad stands, barcode readers, and lastly Bluetooth receipt printers.

A Bluetooth receipt printer generates a receipt or transaction slip after you swipe the customer’s credit/debit card that has a Bluetooth interface. Some businesses find a hassle to set up a proper POS system for their cash/credit transactions, specifically receipt printer that may cost them high as it needs either ink or expensive paper. We’re enlisting a few considerations before you purchase Bluetooth Receipt Printer.

Here we go –

Paper Roll Benefits

The frequency at which you use the paper roll completely depends on your sales. Let’s say for example – if you’re making a hundred transactions per day, you will be replacing the paper roll a couple of times in a month.


Printers with different pricing are available in the market. Whether you make a purchase for ethernet printer or Bluetooth printer, you only need to ensure that it is compatible with the processor you’re using for the payment transactions.

No Hassle in Setting Up

If you are considering purchasing an ethernet receipt printer, you need a power cable, an interface cable, a roll of paper (thermal paper) or an area to set up your printer, whereas, for Bluetooth printer, you only require a POS system that works on Bluetooth interface to get started.

Ink Cartridges Are No More Required

Both the ethernet and Bluetooth printers don’t require ink to print receipts.  They use thermal paper, which is heated by the thermal printer head to print the order details on the receipt. Ink cartridges are generally used in color printers.

Compatibility with POS System

Before making a purchase, find out the POS system that you are using for recording your sales. Carefully review the information provided online. Make sure that the printer you buy is compatible with your POS system.  You will most commonly find two options for wireless printer – ethernet and Bluetooth.

Ethernet printers won’t allow you to move around much as it works in a static location. You need to connect it with a local area network (LAN) to power up the device. Wish A POS offers you multiple brands of printers at affordable prices.

Bluetooth printers work independently and move along with you everywhere. These devices don’t require scable to connect with your iPad and reader. These printers can work on the different business environment, such as farmers market, at beach stand, or at an event like a concert, circus, and more. Simply, configure your iPad with a Bluetooth receipt printer, and start using it.

If you’re looking for Bluetooth Receipt Printer, you must visit Wish A POS as we have a gamut of these type of printers that are available at reasonable prices.


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