Best Prime Day Printer Deals: Shop The Amazon Prime Early Access Sale

2022-11-07 23:33:38 By : Ms. Saral Wang

We found the best Prime Day printer deals so far, including those from HP, Canon and more.

During the Amazon Prime Early Access Sale, you can find top-rated printers for bargain prices. We rounded up the best options and for even more savings, check out more of our favorite deals across all categories—including home, kitchen and tech. Letterpress Machine

Best Prime Day Printer Deals: Shop The Amazon Prime Early Access Sale

In an increasingly paperless world, there are countless uses for a home printer. Modern all-in-one inkjet printers use ink tanks (instead of ink cartridges), offer a seamless wireless connection and also provide scanning and photocopying capabilities. These powerful devices can even print out your family photographs.

If you’re ready to upgrade your home or office printer, now’s the time to take advantage of Amazon’s Prime Early Access Sale markdowns, before the mega-event ends tonight. Here, the best Prime Day printer deals you don’t want to miss.

This Epson EcoTank ET-3830 is our top-rated pick (read the full review here). It relies on low-cost refillable ink tanks, as opposed to traditional, pricier ink cartridges, which give you 7,500 black-and-white pages or 6,000 full-color pages. It also has plenty of other pro features, like a print speed of up to 15 pages per minute, two-sided printing, wireless capability and an auto document feeder.

This Canon Pixma G3260 utilizes refillable ink tanks and right now, you can save $23 on this multi-purpose model. It’s an all-in-one, full-color inkjet printer that prints, copies, scans and even doubles as a fax machine, which comes in handy for sending documents to doctors and schools, which often don’t accept emailed forms.

HP’s DeskJet 3755 all-in-one printer offers a maximum print speed of 19ppm (black-and-white) or 5.5ppm (full color). It does, however, rely on traditional ink cartridges but this is a great “starter” printer for just $80 that also scans and photocopies.

Amazon has slashed the price of this top-rated HP DeskJet 4155e full-color inkjet printer to $95 at the moment. While it relies on ink cartridges, you can save 50% on these supplies with the optional HP+ service, which initially includes a free six-month ink supply. This printer has a rather slow maximum print speed of just 8.5ppm (black-and-white), so it’s best for households that don’t require too much printing.

The Canon Maxify GX6021 is a true printing powerhouse, ideal for home businesses or busy households with diverse printing needs. The full-color inkjet printer checks all the boxes in terms of features and functions—from wireless and two-sided printing to generating prints from digital images—and it serves as a copier, scanner and fax machine.

If you don’t need to print in full-color, you’ll benefit from this high-speed black-and-white laser printer, which Amazon is offering for just $179. It wirelessly photocopies, scans and prints up to 30 pages per minute and includes an auto document feeder with a 40-sheet capacity.

While this highly-rated Epson can photocopy, print and scan, what makes this printer extra special is its ability to generate photo-lab-quality prints from your digital images in any size, up to 13 by 19 inches. It uses six different inks to generate ultra-detailed images with vivid colors and maximum detail.

You can save $45 on HP’s all-in-one inkjet printer now—and a fortune in the long-run with refillable ink tanks rather than pricey ink cartridges. This HP Smart Tank 6001 has plenty of muscle to print, copy and scan, and each ink refill generates up to 8,000 full color pages or 6,000 black-and-white pages.

Designed for a home office, the Epson EcoTank Pro ET-5170 is chock full of features, including its reliance on low-cost refillable ink tanks (as opposed to cartridges). For a limited time, save $70 when you purchase this printer from Amazon. You can buy it for $530 during the Prime Early Access Sale and start printing at up to 17ppm (black) or 9.5ppm (color). Each time you fill the ink tanks, you'll be able to generate up to 7,500 black and white pages or 6,000 full-color pages—and a full set of ink bottles comes with the printer.

If you’re looking for an affordable printer, the Canon Pixma TS3522 all-in-one inkjet printer is an excellent option. While it offers a maximum print speed of just 7.7ppm (black-and-white) and relies on traditional ink cartridges, if you have minimal printing needs, this inkjet printer will serve you well. And it photocopies and scans, too.

Canon’s TR8620a all-in-one inkjet printer relies on traditional ink cartridges, but at just $160 (that’s 30% off), it offers a great value. The wireless printer can easily handle a variety of jobs, including two-sided printing, and has a maximum print speed of 15ppm, which is better than the average printer at this low price point.

For even more Amazon Prime Day savings opportunities, head over to our Amazon Prime Day coupon page to check out the deals from some of our favorite retailers.

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After that, I spent eight years as a content lead on the Windows team at Microsoft. As a photographer, I have photographed wolves in their natural environment; I have been a scuba instructor; I co-hosted several podcasts including the popular Battlestar Recaptica. Currently, I'm one half of a podcast called Rick and Dave Control the Universe. 

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After graduating from Vanderbilt University, I returned home and worked for several years in the entertainment industry. Eventually, I opted to pursue my passion for content and began working with a startup called Soothe to help develop their content strategy and brand voice. In 2017, I moved on to utilize both my experience in entertainment and writing at PureWow. Over my three plus years there, I spearheaded celebrity interview coverage and penned personal essays as well as beauty, fashion, family and home stories. Once I became a mother, it felt like the optimal time to forge my own path. 

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Best Prime Day Printer Deals: Shop The Amazon Prime Early Access Sale

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