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These are the best cheap printer deals for July 2020

Printers may not be as exciting as gaming computers, smartwatches, or smart home technology, but these unassuming devices have come a long way in recent years. Today’s inkjet and laser printers feature some impressive modern features like Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity (allowing for seamless wireless printing from a laptop or mobile device) as well as greatly enhanced output quality, putting them light years ahead of clunky, noisy, unreliable printers that we’ve all had to struggle with at some point or another.

Printers aren’t cheap throwaway purchases, though, so a discount is always a good thing; and since you probably plan to keep your printer for at least a few years, it’s worth the effort to find a good one. Let us help you out: We’ve collected a large handful of the best cheap printer deals available right now on all-in-one inkjets and laser printers (including ones capable of color printing) that cover just about any need and budget, along with a list of some of our favorite models to keep an eye out for.

Today’s best printer deals

  • Canon PIXMA TR4520 Wireless All-In-One Inkjet Printer$60, was $70
  • Xerox B210/DNI Wireless Laser Printer$100, was $150
  • Brother HL-L3210CW Compact Wireless Color Laser Printer$200, was $300
  • HP Smart Tank Plus 551 Wireless All-In-One Inkjet Printer$300, was $400
  • Epson EcoTank ET-4760 Wireless All-in-One Cartridge-Free Supertank Printer$450, was $500

Lexmark MB2236ADW Wireless All-In-One Monochrome Laser Printer

$163 $293
Expires soon
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 does the trick for less than 100 bucks.

Canon Pixma TR4520 Wireless All-in-One Inkjet Printer

$77 $100
Expires soon
For well under $100, the Canon Pixma TR4520 is a solid, simple, inkjet printer, scanner, and copier with wireless printing functionality.

Canon Pixma MG3620 Wireless All-In-One Color Inkjet Printer

$45 $80
Expires soon
Our favorite budget all-in-one inkjet printer offers a lot of bang for the buck with its wireless connectivity and multi-functionality, and it's even more attractive on sale.

Canon Pixma TR8520 Wireless All in One Printer

$130 $200
Expires soon
Canon's Pixma TR8520 is one of our top picks for a wireless all-in-one inkjet printer and is a nice upgrade pick over the Pixma MG3620 if you're looking for something with more muscle.

Xerox B210 Wireless Monochrome Laser Printer with Duplex Printing

$140 $150
Expires soon
The Xerox B210 is a compact yet highly capable monochrome laser printer with duplex capabilities for two-sided documents.

HP LaserJet Pro M454dw Wireless Color Laser Printer

$319 $449
Expires soon
Pretty much all of our picks will work with Mac computers (and iPads, where applicable), but the HP LaserJet Pro M454dw is a great color laser printer for Apple users thanks to built-in AirPrint.

Epson EcoTank ET-3710 Wireless Color All-in-One Cartridge-Free Supertank Printer

$300 $380
Expires soon
One of the drawbacks of inkjets is their pricey cartridges. The Epson EcoTank 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 ImageCLASS MF236n All in One, Mobile Ready Laser Printer

$179 $199
Expires soon
With the ability to print, scan, and copy, the Canon ImageClass MF236n is a good wireless monochrome laser printer for smaller offices (and budgets).

Lexmark MC3224dwe Multifunction Color Duplex Laser Printer

$240 $380
Expires soon
Combine the multi-functionality of an all-in-one printer with two-sided color printing capabilities and you've got the extremely versatile and surprisingly affordable Lexmark MC3224dwe.

Brother HL-L3210CW Compact Digital Color Laser Printer

$200 $300
Expires soon
If you want a color laser printer but don't want to shell out hundreds for a large professional-grade unit, the compact Brother HL-L3210CW puts out excellent results for its size and price.

Canon Selphy CP1300 Wireless Compact Photo Printer

$100 $130
Expires soon
It won't replace a home printer, but for running off photos on the go, it doesn't get much handier than the Canon Selphy, which makes wireless photo printing easy with its LCD control screen.

HP LaserJet Pro M15w Monochrome Compact Laser Printer

$109
Expires soon
Black-and-white laser printers are great for businesses that print a lot of non-color documents, and the compact HP LaserJet Pro M15w delivers sharp results without being too bulky for small offices.

Epson Expression Home XP-4105 Wireless All-In-One Inkjet Printer

$50 $100
Expires soon
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.

Best all-in-one printer: HP OfficeJet Pro 9015

HP OfficeJet Pro 9015 - best printer deals

HP makes a lot of printers, and sorting through the company’s catalog of printers alone can take some time. Let us save you some time by taking you right to the best one: The HP OfficeJet Pro 9015 is our favorite all-in-one printer, copier, and scanner for most uses. It’s fast, it offers great printing, and it’s wireless, so you can print from network-connected devices via Wi-Fi or Apple AirPrint.

HP OfficeJet Pro 9015 is easy to use and configure, too, thanks to its color touchscreen. The only drawback that’s worth noting is that, while it’s smaller than previous models, this printer still a bit bulkier than most inkjet all-in-ones. Nonetheless, if you’re looking for a premium do-it-all printer for the home or a small office (and you’re willing to pay a little extra for it), the OfficeJet Pro 9015 is the one.

Best budget printer: Canon Pixma MG6320

Canon Pixma MG3620 - best printer deals

If the OfficeJet Pro 9015 was a little rich for your blood (let’s face it, not all of us are willing to spend more than $50 on a simple printer), then Canon has you covered with its budget-friendly Pixma MG6320. This all-in-one inkjet can print, copy, and scan, and it’s wireless, so you can easily print from your connected computer or mobile device right on your home network as well as via apps like Apple AirPrint and Google Cloud Print — no wired hookups required.

Naturally, a printer this cheap isn’t going to give you gallery-quality results or professional-grade volume output, but that’s not the point. For the price, it’s hard to look a gift horse like the Canon Pixma MG6320 in the mouth if your printing needs are basic.

Best laser printer: Brother HL-3170CDW

Brother HL-3170CDW color laser printer - best printer deals

Laser printers are purpose-built for offices and other professional settings, cutting through high-volume tasks that a traditional inkjet printer would struggle with. These printers used to be primarily monochrome (made for school and business environments where a lot of black-and-white printing happens), but color laser printers are no longer rare and are even quite affordable.

You’ll still pay more for one, though, but models like the Brother HL-3170CDW — which happens to be our top recommendation for most people — punch above their weight when it comes to price. It’s simple, sleek, and considerably less bulky than many laser printers, and can crank out 23 pages per minute from its 250-sheet feed tray. You can pay four figures for a “professional” color laser printer if you want to, but for around $400, you’d be hard-pressed to do much better than the Brother HL-3170CDW.

Best small business printer: Canon Maxify MB5420

Canon Maxify MB5420 review
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Printers see the heaviest use in offices, whether it’s a small home office or a large business, and for that, your standard consumer-grade all-in-one printer probably won’t cut it. You don’t have to spend a fortune on a good office-grade printer, though, and the Canon Maxify MB5420 does plenty of heavy lifting at a price that won’t make you wince.

It’s surprisingly compact for its output capacity (more so than many other office printers, anyway), holding 500 sheets of paper while boasting a snappy monochrome print rate of 22 pages per minute and a color print rate of 10ppm. And like any good modern printer, it can also copy and scan, and can even do faxes if you’re still into that sort of thing. Not bad for less than $300 at its normal price — and even better if you can find a printer deal.

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