Cyber Monday printer deals 2021: save now on Canon, Epson and more

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The best Cyber Monday printer deals are coming in thick and fast now, with plenty of offers available across the entire spectrum of printers. From ageing office machines, to personal inkjet printers to keep at home, you'll find something to suit your needs and budget below.

There were plenty of excellent Black Friday printer deals (opens in new tab) on the day itself, and a number of them are still live, and we're seeing more printer deals appear as the Cyber Monday deals (opens in new tab) continue to roll out.

The massive number of printer offers that hit the virtual shelves can be little overwhelming, but we’re here to cut through the noise and highlight any Cyber Monday printer deals that are genuinely worthwhile.

Whether you're looking for the best home printer, best inkjet printer, the best laser printer, the best all-in-one printer or anything in between, we've got you covered.

We'll be updating this page regularly with all the latest and greatest Cyber Monday printer deals, so stay tuned. If you're hunting for other bargains today then it could also be worth checking out our Cyber Monday live blog as we'll be regularly posting the best deals across the entire world of tech as we find them, giving you a better chance of snagging a deal before it flies off the shelf.

Best early Cyber Monday printer deals in the US

$85 from Amazon (opens in new tab)

HP Sprocket Select instant photo printer - $99.99 $85 from Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save 15% -
This in-demand instant photo printer from HP is seriously cheap right now. It connects to your smartphone via Bluetooth, allowing you to print high-quality photos in a matter of moments.

$99.99 from Amazon (opens in new tab)

Canon IVY mini photo printer - $144 $99.99 from Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save 31% -
This mini photo printer from Canon is also available at a juicy discount. It prints high-quality (2 x 3-inch) photos from your smartphone, with a sticky backing that can be used to affix the snaps to walls, mirrors etc.

$199.99 from OfficeDepot (opens in new tab)

Epson EcoTank ET-2800 all-in-one color printer - $249.99 $199.99 from OfficeDepot (opens in new tab)
Save $50 -
This Epson printer might be a little slow (10ppm in mono), but it certainly prints gorgeous high-resolution images. The tank refill system will also appeal to eco-conscious buyers worried about their ink cartridges ending up in landfill. At this price, what's not to like?

$199.99 from Adorama (opens in new tab)

Epson Expression Photo XP-8600 wireless all-in-one printer - $249.99 $199.99 from Adorama (opens in new tab)
Save $50 -
If you want to print really high-quality photos from home, the XP-8600 could be an excellent buy. The running costs are a little high and it prints on the slow side, but the quality is undeniable and it'll sit neatly on your office desk.

$359 from Adorama (opens in new tab)

Canon imageCLASS MF445dw wireless laser printer - $795 $359 from Adorama (opens in new tab)
Save $436 -
Designed for small-medium businesses, this black and white laser printer (with scanner) from Canon boasts a whopping 900-sheet tray capacity and churns out prints at up to 40ppm. At more than 55% off this Black Friday, it's got to be worth a look.

$249 from Adorama (opens in new tab)

Brother HL-L3210CW wireless color laser printer - $299.99 $249 from Adorama (opens in new tab)
Save 17% -
We gave this trusty printer a solid 4/5 stars when reviewed. Our reviewer was impressed with the quick and quiet printing, as well as the print quality. Just note, it's a little on the large side for a desktop printer.

$189 from Walmart (opens in new tab)

Epson WorkForce Pro WF-M5299 wireless inkjet printer - $349 $189 from Walmart (opens in new tab)
Save 49% -
This black and white printer from Epson is available for almost half off from Walmart right now. Aimed at small businesses, the WF-M5299 lets users can print over Wi-Fi at a rate of 24ppm.

$199.99 from Amazon (opens in new tab)

Epson PictureMate PM-400 color photo printer - $249.99 $199.99 from Amazon (opens in new tab)
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Print gorgeous borderless photos with this affordable machine from Epson. It's not fast, but it's nice to look at and super compact, so will fit perfectly on almost any home office desk.

$99 from Adorama (opens in new tab)

Canon imageCLASS LBP6030w laser printer - $159.00 $99 from Adorama (opens in new tab)
Save 38% -
This wireless laser printer from Canon is now available for under $100. It prints up to 19 pages per minute and houses up to 150 sheets at once, and its small footprint makes it well-suited for home offices. Just note, it only prints in black and white.

$200 from Adorama (opens in new tab)

Canon PIXMA TS5020 wireless all-in-one printer - $240 $200 from Adorama (opens in new tab)
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The price cut isn't massive, but this color wireless printer from Canon still represents good value for money. High quality prints, decent print speeds - and you can even print directly from an SD card.

Top US retailers:

Best early Cyber Monday printer deals in the UK

£78.52 from OnBuy (opens in new tab)

Epson Workforce 2850DWF wireless inkjet printer - £104.58 £78.52 from OnBuy (opens in new tab)
Save 25%
- The 2850DWF from Epson prints an impressive 33 pages per minute in mono and offers scanning and copying to boot - and now it can be yours for just under £80!

£229.97 from Amazon (opens in new tab)

Epson EcoTank ET-4700 all-in-one colour printer - £259.99 £229.97 from Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £30 -
This wireless printer from Epson does away with ink cartridges in favour of a tank refill system, so could be a good option for the eco-minded. It doesn't print particularly quickly (15ppm), but does offer scanning, copying and fax functionality and wireless connectivity.

£339 from Printerbase (opens in new tab)

Canon MAXIFY GX6050 AIO inkjet printer - £459 £339 from Printerbase (opens in new tab)
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This inkjet printer from Canon offers pretty much everything you could need: double-sided colour printing, wireless connectivity, decent print speeds and low running costs. At this price, it's certainly worth a look.

£79 from Amazon (opens in new tab)

HP Envy Photo 6230 all-in-one photo printer - £89.99 £79 from Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save 12% -
This affordable HP machine lets you print high quality photos from your mobile device. It's not particularly quick, and if you need to print documents as well as photos it's not for you, but otherwise it's great value at this price.

£134.99 from Amazon (opens in new tab)

Brother DCP-1610W mono laser printer - £154.80 £134.99 from Amazon (opens in new tab)
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This compact all-in-one laser printer from Brother is ideal for a home office setup. Print wirelessly at up to 20 pages per minute from your laptop, tablet or other device. As long as colour isn't an important factor, this could be the printer for you.

£159.99 from HP (opens in new tab)

HP LaserJet M209dw wireless printer - £215.96 £159.99 from HP (opens in new tab)
Save 26% -
This compact black and white wireless printer from HP apparently offers the fastest two-sided printing in its class at 29 ppm. With wireless printing support, it's absolutely ideal for small businesses. Use code BFM209DW at checkout.

£199.98 from HP (opens in new tab)

HP LaserJet M234dw wireless printer - £251.98 £199.98 from HP (opens in new tab)
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The M234dw does everything the M209dw (above) can do, but also offers copying and scanning functionality. Use code BFM234DW at checkout.

£219.99 from HP (opens in new tab)

HP LaserJet M234sdw black and white multifunction printer - £280.90 £219.99 from HP (opens in new tab)
Save 21% -
With code BFM234SDW, you can save £60 on this Black Friday. It offers copying and scanning functionality, in addition to high-quality wireless black and white prints and automatic document feeder - perfect for teams of up to five people.

£111 from Cartridge People (opens in new tab)

HP OfficeJet Pro 8022 colour all-in-one printer - £123.90 £111 from Cartridge People (opens in new tab)
Save 10% -
With coupon code BLACKFRI, you can get 10% off this versatile and affordable little machine from HP. Sure, it's a little on the slow and noisy side, but it also offers scanning, copying and fax functionality. There's even voice-activated printing with Alexa and Google Assistant.

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Cyber Monday printer deals: Our predictions

When will the best Cyber Monday printer deals start in 2021?

Cyber Monday is one of the biggest days of the year for online retail. With so much at stake and so many retailers competing for your cash, that means you’ll find some incredible savings when you boot up your browser (opens in new tab) in a few days on November 29.

Don’t assume that the best deals can only be found on Cyber Monday, though. We’ve been watching the online retail market for years, and we’ve been able to observe some key trends. 

We’ve noticed that the best deals tend to fall on Thanksgiving week itself, but that retailers actually start applying big discounts from the end of October and then right through the entire period. That's been the case this year.

If you want a top printer deal, then it’s worth paying attention to Cyber Monday and Black Friday, but don’t forget about Black Friday and the surrounding months - you’ll find discounts everywhere.

Where will you find the best Cyber Monday printer deals?

If you want to stay on top of the best Cyber Monday printer deals, keep this page bookmarked. Our expert team will scour all of the biggest sites for the best prices, and this is where you’ll find them.

But if you’d like to do your own research, too, that’s fair enough - here’s our pick of the best retailers and what to expect from each site.

Top retailers:
Amazon:
The retail top dog, with an unbeatable range and good prices (opens in new tab)
Adorama: A broad range with loads of niche products, and accessories (opens in new tab)
B&H Photo: The best option for high-end, creative printing hardware (opens in new tab)
Best Buy: Extra incentives, good prices, and offers for members (opens in new tab)
HP: The market-leading printer company, with hardware for every scenario (opens in new tab)
Walmart: Great products, low prices, and physical stores make shopping easy (opens in new tab)

What kind of printer should I buy on Cyber Monday?

The printer market is more complex than you'd expect, but there are some good rules of to follow while researching what printer you might want to buy on Cyber Monday.

The two kinds of printers that make up nearly all of the market are inkjet and laser. 

The best inkjet printers are great all-around options. They produce good-quality prints and are usually smaller, so perfect for family and home office use - and even more perfect for working from home. On the other hand, they tend to be slower to print than laser printers and the ink cartridges can get very expensive in the long run.

The best laser printers definitely have an advantage when it comes to speed, so they make perfect best office printers, especially because they can run off large, multipage documents relatively quickly. Unfortunately, they are not great for photos and they are usually larger and louder than inkjet printers. but they’re not great with photos, and they’re larger and louder than inkjets.

You also have other options, like whether you just need a basic printer or you need the best all-in-one printer for scanning and photocopying as well. 

If you’d like to print high-quality photos, printers that create the levels of detail expected from a great photo are available, but can be costly to buy and maintain over the long term. And also think about running costs - it’s no good buying a cheap printer if you’re going to have to take out a loan every time you need some more ink, so factor in the cost of ink/toner into your budget.

5 tips for buying a printer on Cyber Monday

There are some things to think about before looking for Cyber Monday printer deals that will save you a lot of money and frustration down the road.

The most important thing to know is that buying the right printer for you is about much more than the price of the machine itself, since a poorly planned purchase will turn a great deal into a home office paperweight in no time.

The printer market isn't as complex as it looks, though, and we'll help steer you toward the right deal so you get the best printer for your need and budget.

1. Know what you want before Cyber Monday
Take the time now to look into the kind of printer you want or need, what your budget will be for the next several weeks, and know how each kind of printer will work for your needs.

Once you know the type of printer you need, research your options in and just above your price range – early sales and Cyber Monday printer deals could drop many of these into your budget, after all.

2. Resist the impulse purchase
Just because a printer is 95% off doesn't make it a great deal if it doesn't do what you need it to do. Look to your needs first, not the price a printer is being offered for.

3. Done be afraid to make a return, if necessary
Sometimes, you can do all the research in the world, but you won't ever know when a printer is the right one for you until you actually try it out for yourself. If it turns out not to be the right one for you, you can almost always return it for a refund (subject to retailers' return policies, of course).

4. Consider all the costs of the printer
No matter the printer, it will cost you money to continue to use it, mostly in the form of printer ink, but possibly other parts as well. Make sure you factor these into your purchase.

5. Check in with TechRadar regularly for the best Cyber Monday printer deals
Here at TechRadar, we're going to have a crack team of dedicated experts sorting through the flood of Cyber Monday deals to find the best ones we feel are worth the investment and which ones you need to skip. We see plenty of terrible products going on sale this time of year that aren't even worth the sale price, and we'll make sure to let you know which Cyber Monday printer deals you need to avoid.

3 Cyber Monday printer deals to keep an eye on

We picked the laser, inkjet, and all-in-one printer we'd most like to see discounted this Cyber Monday so you know which ones we'll be keeping our eye on.

The Cyber Monday laser printer deal we want to see most

A Xerox VersaLink B600DN printer against a pure white background

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1. Xerox VersaLink B600DN

Turbo-charged printer for heavy print loads

Category: mono laser printer | Print speed: 55ppm | Paper sizes: up to A4 | Paper capacity: 550 | Weight: 22.3kg

Record breaking speed  
High paper capacity 
Expensive
Wi-Fi is extra

The Xerox VersaLink B600DN is just about everything you could ask for in a monochrome laser printer, from nearly one page a second printing to its large paper capacity, the VersaLink B600DN is a laser printer's laser printer. The problem is that it costs a small fortune.

And while the initial cost for a monochrome print-only device like this seems pretty high, this is a seriously premium machine that is actually very practical to run with a lower long term cost per print and its consistent print quality justifies the price tag, in our mind, especially if you're in a business that needs to print a lot of black and white paperwork. We'd really just like to see it come down a good bit in price.

Read the full review: Xerox VersaLink B600DN

The inkjet printer deal to look for this Cyber Monday

A Canon Pixma printer against a pure white background

Canon Pixma G6050

Refillable tanks makes this costly inkjet a bargain

Category: 3-in-1 colour inkjet printer | Print speed: 13ppm (mono) | Paper sizes: A4 | Paper capacity: 250 | Weight: 8.1kg

Cheap to run 
Neat ink tank system  
Small display      
No front USB     

Inkjet printers aren't the fastest print game in town, and the Canon Pixma G6050 definitely takes its time to print a page, with an average of just 13 pages per minute or just a little over 4 seconds per page. 

The key is that when it finally does finish up that print job, the quality is some of the best we've seen. Canon’s cartridge-free printers are particularly easy to top up whenever you see the ink in the window getting low and they come with plenty more ink in the box, enough to print 7,700 full colour images, or 18,000 in black and white.


Add to this an excellent 250 sheet paper capacity and you go a long way toward justifying its price. If we can get a Black Friday printer deal on this one, we'd very easily recommend it for creatives, students, and other non-enterprise users. 

Read the full review: Canon Pixma G6050 (opens in new tab)

The Cyber Monday all-in-one printer deal we most want to see

A Brother MFC printer against a pure white background

Brother MFC-J5330DW (opens in new tab)

An all-in-one with added A3 capability

Category: 4-in-1 colour inkjet printer | Print speed: 22ppm | Paper sizes: up to A3 | Paper capacity: 300 | Weight: 16.9kg

Vivid colour prints 
Compact A3 printing
More costly than laser 
A4-size scanner

A great All-In-One printer has a rep for being the Jack-of-all-trades of home office machines, and that assessment isn't wrong, but the truly best don't succumb to the master-of-none downside that comes with versatility.

The Brother MFC-J5330DW is a color inkjet printer that produces high quality photos with truly accurate color, a relatively fast 22 PPM (mono) and 20 PPM (color) printing rate, though your performance may vary with the nature of your print. It is able to print A3 size paper as well, making it well suited for special projects and poster printing.

It's somewhat pricey at retail, especially since you're locked into having to buy expensive color inks throughout its effective life, so if this all-in-one printer gets a big enough price cut this Black Friday, we definitely suggest you give this one a long look.

Read the full review: Brother MFC-J5330DW

John Loeffler
Computing Editor

John (He/Him) is the US Computing Editor here at TechRadar and he is also a programmer, gamer, activist, and Brooklyn College alum currently living in Brooklyn, NY. 


Named by the CTA as a CES 2020 Media Trailblazer for his science and technology reporting, John specializes in all areas of computer science, including industry news, hardware reviews, PC gaming, as well as general science writing and the social impact of the tech industry.


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