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Prime Day printer deals 2021: The best sales you can still shop

All the Amazon Prime Day printer deals and sales still available today

Another exciting Prime Day sale has come to a close. However, if you’re looking for the best Prime Day deals still available on printers or other computer accessories, you’re still in luck, because there are some remaining bargains up for grabs and some retailers still have extended sales. The Walmart Deals for Days sales are still on the menu for one more day, to name one example.

Printer sales might not be the most exciting things to come with Prime Day, but hey, not everything can garner excitement like Prime Day TV deals or Prime Day robot vacuum deals. You can still be excited about getting a new printer, though — or at least about saving some cash. Printers have come a long way over the years and even inexpensive consumer-grade models are now capable of impressive stuff. The best part is, if you’re in the market for a new printer, this roundup of post-Prime Day printer deals is certain to have a model that will fit both your budget and your needs.

Best Prime Day printer deals still available

No need for frequent refills as the high-performing VersaLink C400 features a 250-sheet output capacity to improve efficiency along with color printing capabilities for all your printing needs.
The Xerox WorkCentre 3345 printer is a simple yet fully reliable printer for all your workspace printing needs. It provides high-quality printing without a hitch, along with making scans and copies.
This Epson inkjet all-in-one printer is a good choice if you're working from home with occasional to moderate printing needs. It even features handy voice controls for hands-free printing.
Despite only being able to print black-and-white documents, the HP LaserJet M234dwe can print out several pages in a short time. This deal also includes 6 months of free toner through HP+.
Get the best deal on printing with HP's Neverstop Laser printer, which will only cost you less than 1 cent per page. This means you can use more toner while spending much less.
Black-and-white laser printers are great for businesses that print a lot of non-color documents, and the compact Canon MF242dw delivers sharp results without being too big for small offices.
Complete your home office with the HP OfficeJet wireless printer. Despite having a compact design, it can still produce high-quality documents in a short amount of time.
If you want a compact laser printer with the added convenience of wireless connectivity, the Canon imageClass LBP6230dw is a great pick that offers a lot of value at this hugely discounted price.
The VersaLink C405 offers high-output color printing and a 550-sheet input tray, producing crisp documents and pictures and boosting your office's productivity.
The HP Neverstop 1202w laser tank printer features a built-in toner reservoir that you can refill. If you do a lot of printing, this all-in-one can pay for itself with the cash you save on toner.
This professional-grade color laser printer from Canon is equipped to handle any laser printing tasks you can throw at it, and it can do it all wirelessly to boot.
The Brother HL-L2350DW is a compact yet highly capable monochrome laser printer with duplex capabilities for two-sided documents.
This Brother laser printer offers wireless networking, automatic duplex print, and mobile and cloud printing. Print at speeds up to 33 pages per minute.
If all you need is a solid monochrome (black-and-white) laser printer for high-volume office printing, this wireless all-in-one unit from Lexmark will do the trick.
REFILLABLE INK TANK
One of the drawbacks of inkjets is pricey ink cartridges. The Epson EcoTank Pro ET-3710 wireless all-in-one solves this with its large, easy-to-refill ink tanks that save money and cut down on waste.
Canon's Maxify MB5120 printer is one of our top picks for a duty-grade all-in-one inkjet and is a nice upgrade pick over the cheaper Pixma line if you're looking for something with more muscle.
This heavy-duty all-in-one can produce documents quickly -- up to 28 pages per minute to be exact. You can also connect it to your PC via wi-fi so you can print from wherever you are.
If cloud computing is important to you, consider this Wi-Fi and Bluetooth-connected Epson PictureMate photo printer. Epson Connect and Apple AirPlay make wireless printing effortless.
Got a busy small business that prints often? This all-in-one from Canon can handle all that. It can print, scan, copy, fax, and even email documents.
With this printer, you can quickly set up and print straight from your smartphone. Produce high-quality photos and documents with low-priced ink cartridges, and scan and copy with ease.
If you're tired of paying out the nose for ink cartridges, this wireless printer is for you. It can support printing from iOS and Android devices and features cost-saving refillable ink tanks.
With on-page coupon
This is a desktop-friendly thermal label printer that doesn't require you to buy ink or cartridges. It supports most direct thermal labels, including free UPS labels.
With the ability to print, scan, and copy, the Canon ImageClass MF264DW is a good wireless monochrome laser printer for smaller offices (and budgets).

Should you buy a new printer after Prime Day? 

Amazon and other retailers are always keen to discount the big-name brands as part of the summer Prime Day printer deals, and 2021 proved to be no exception. We’ve already seen major printer brands like HP, Canon, Brother, Epson, and more on sale this week, with many bargains still up for grabs even though the official sale dates have passed.

Whether you’re looking for a budget-priced inkjet printer for your home office or need a faster and more reliable laser printer, there should be something on sale here for you. We’ve seen discounts on photo printers, too, along with all-in-one devices that combine scanning facilities alongside conventional printing. Some of these options used to seem a bit excessive for a home office, but now that more people are working from home more often, if not permanently, home printer needs have changed. You may have never considered purchasing a scanner before, but now one could make your work-from-home life much easier.

We’ve also seen deals on pretty much every printer brand possible. There were (and are still) worthy price cuts on all-in-one inkjet printers from Canon, along with wireless devices from the HP OfficeJet range. There are also some remaining Prime Day printer sales for laser printers from Epson, Xerox, Canon, and Brother. Simply put: It’s still a great time to upgrade your home office setup, and there’s no reason to wait until November for Black Friday to arrive.

How to choose a printer

As always, only buy a new printer if you genuinely need one. There’s simply no point in stockpiling printers, right? If your current printer is looking a little tired though, then the remaining Prime Day printer sales are an ideal time to upgrade.

As we suggest when shopping at any major sales event, it’s a good idea to know what you want ahead of time. Having a list of wants, needs, desires, and deal-breakers before you start browsing can help you make an informed decision rather than an impulse buy. Deciding on features and accessories before you make a purchase is wise, and these decisions should be based on needs.

If you work from home and rely heavily on a fax machine, scanner, printer, copier, etc., when you’re in the office, having a device with these capabilities can provide a real boost in productivity. On the other hand, if most of your work is hands-on or digital, you may just need a basic printer for documents once in a while. If you’re putting out a large quantity of printed material, but it’s mostly black and white, you will do well with a different printer than someone who prints their own photos.

Consider your budget beforehand and stick to it so that you don’t get lured into overspending simply because there’s a sale on. A good way to prepare is to check out our best printers guide along with a look at the best inkjet printers, the best photo printers, and the best cheap printers so you know what to look for.

It’s worth keeping an eye on how substantial the discounts are as well. Some are incremental rather than one lump sum, so those might not necessarily be worth diving into. Also, if you do see a printer you want, don’t be afraid you’re going to buy too soon and miss out on a better deal later. You don’t want to risk an item selling out while you play the waiting game.

We strive to help our readers find the best deals on quality products and services, and we choose what we cover carefully and independently. The prices, details, and availability of the products and deals in this post may be subject to change at anytime. Be sure to check that they are still in effect before making a purchase.

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