Deals: Staples Offers Up to 40% Off Printers and 45% Off Computer Monitors in New Sale

Staples has kicked off a new sale this week, offering up to 40 percent off printers, up to 45 percent off monitors, and up to $230 off laptops. You'll find products from brands like HP, Lenovo, Epson, Dell, Canon, and more.

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There are numerous printers on sale during this event, with prices starting around $50 for at-home printers and increasing to over $400 for multi-purpose workstations. We've highlighted a few solid discounts in the lists below, but be sure to head to Staples' printer deals page for the full list.

If you're a Rewards Member with Staples, you can get 25 percent back in rewards when purchasing $75 of printer ink or $200 of toner. Staples has a few similar offers for its members, including offers for copy paper and printer paper. For a limited time, you can also get free delivery with no minimum purchase required.

Additionally, there is a coupon offering $15 off your online order of $60 or more, but it has quite a few restrictions. You can't use it for HP printers and scanners, the Epson EcoTank printers, as well as HP or Epson's ink and toner. Products by Apple, Google, JBL, and Samsung are also excluded. Check out the full list of restrictions here, and you can enter the code 39638 at checkout if your order qualifies to take $15 off.

Printers

  • Canon PIXMA TR4520 - $49.99, down from $99.99
  • HP OfficeJet Pro 6978 - $89.99, down from $179.99
  • Epson WorkForce WF7720 - $179.99, down from $299.99
  • HP LaserJet Pro M227fdw - $209.99, down from $269.99

Monitors

  • 23-Inch Dell E2318HR LED - $89.99, down from $169.99
  • 24-Inch AOC 24EIQ LCD - $89.99, down from $119.99
  • 27-Inch AOC 27B1H LCD - $109.99, down from $199.99

Laptops

  • 17-Inch HP 17-by1062st - $419.99, down from $599.99
  • 14-Inch Lenovo Flex 81SQ0000US - $549.99, down from $799.99
  • 17-Inch Dell Inspiron 3590 - $599.99, down from $799.99
  • 15-Inch HP Pavilion cr0062st - $609.99, down from $729.99

Be sure to visit our full Deals Roundup to shop for even more Apple-related products and accessories.

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4jasontv Avatar
54 months ago


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mollyc Avatar
54 months ago

I wonder if you have an adblocker or something breaking the links, because they are there for me.
I also only see the Rewards Member link, nothing to Staples directly. I do have an adblocker, but I have never found that it hides links.


ETA: just went to Firefox (from Safari) and do see the link, as well as missing words. Weird.

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Weaselboy Avatar
54 months ago

I also only see the Rewards Member link, nothing to Staples directly. I do have an adblocker, but I have never found that it hides links.


ETA: just went to Firefox (from Safari) and do see the link, as well as missing words. Weird.

Thanks... I'll pass this along.
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Archmage Avatar
54 months ago
I’m assuming the missing word in the first sentence is a hyperlink to the sale ?
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