Time for a new printer? Here are the best deals from the HP Presidents Day Sale

There are few among us who would call shopping for a printer “fun,” but it’s a fact of life that most of us need one, and if you need a new printer, there’s a very good chance you need it right now – which means you likely don’t have the luxury of waiting for this year’s big spring and summer sales to arrive. Fortunately, the Presidents Day sales have already begun, giving you the chance to score a printer on the cheap.

HP may be best known for its great computers, but this company has been cranking out top-notch inkjet and laser printers for just as long. Whatever you need, be it a simple all-in-one printer for your home or dorm room or one that can put out professional-grade color laser prints, there’s an HP printer to scratch just about any itch, and quite a few are marked down right now for HP President’s Day Sale 2020.

To save you some time, we’ve already smoked out the best printer deals of the bunch and rounded them up below, with our picks including a few of our own all-time favorites. If you’re not quite sure what type you need, though, or if it’s just been some time since you’ve been printer shopping, then consider perusing our in-depth printer buying guide to prime yourself before you dive into the deals:

HP President’s Day Sale

HP InkJet Printer Deals

Unless you do a lot of printing in a professional setting or you’re into some sort of hobby that requires high-volume printing, you’re probably most familiar with inkjet-style printers. And while laser printers have come down in price a lot over the past few years, injkets still offer the best bang for your buck and are, generally speaking, the best go-to printers for most people. Pretty much all inkjets today, including those from HP, are also “all-in-one” printers, meaning that they can scan and copy (and often fax) as well as print, and many now come with great modern features like Wi-Fi or Bluetooth connectivity that allows you to print wirelessly.

HP’s inkjet printers run the gamut in pricing from super-cheap basic models to ones such as our favorite, the OfficeJet Pro 9015 (and that’s not mentioning specialized wide-format and photo printers) so no matter your needs or budget, these printer deals from the HP President’s Day Sale should have something for you:

  • HP OfficeJet Pro 9015 All-in-One Printer$160 (was $230)
  • HP OfficeJet 5255 All-in-One Printer$70 (was $140)
  • HP OfficeJet Pro 7740 Wide Format All-in-One Printer$180 (was $280)
  • HP Envy 7155 All-in-One Photo Printer$90 (was $180)
  • HP OfficeJet 3830 All-in-One Printer$60 (was $100)
  • HP OfficeJet 250 Mobile All-in-One Printer$280 (was $380)

HP Laser Printer Deals

Laser printers, once found almost exclusively in professional environments, have become much more consumer-friendly in recent years. In simple terms, the high-volume monochrome machines are more affordable than ever, and newer technologies have even made color laser printers much more accessible as well. HP has been at the forefront of this progress: Its laser printer line now features everything from cost-effective compact units for small home offices to higher-end units built for business, a good number of which are marked down for the HP President’s Day Sale.

  • HP Color LaserJet Pro MFP M281fdw Laser Printer$330 (was $430)
  • HP Color LaserJet Pro MFP M180nw Laser Printer$240 (was $300)
  • HP LaserJet Pro MFP M148dw Laser Printer$130 (was $170)
  • HP Color LaserJet Pro M254dw Laser Printer$220 (was $300)
  • HP LaserJet Pro M15w Compact Laser Printer$90 (was $110)

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