The 5 best laser printer deals to save you time and money

Kara Kamenec
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Having a printer on hand can save you both time and money, even if you don’t print often. As we continually move toward a digital lifestyle, certain documents, especially business and legal ones, still need to be made tangible for signatures, security, and general safekeeping. If you’ve already read up on how to choose the best printer and think a laser model is a better fit for you than an inkjet printer, read on to discover the best laser printer deals available right now. You can also qualify for free shipping on these models if you sign up for Amazon Prime.

Brother HL-L2340DW Compact Laser Printer

best laser printer deals Brother HL-L2340DW Compact Laser Printer

Score the No. 1 best-seller in the Laser Computer Printer category on Amazon when you purchase the Brother HL-L2340DW Compact Laser Printer, which is currently 43 percent off. The printer is a fast, reliable monochrome laser printer designed for small businesses and home offices.

With automatic duplex printing (two-sided printing), it’s ideal for printing business documents including multipage reports, spreadsheets, invoices, and more. The printer is Energy Star Qualified, offers a Toner Save mode to reduce toner cartridge use when you are printing less critical business documents, and boasts an N-in-1 printing option to help reduce paper and toner usage by combining multiple pages onto one sheet of paper.

This model is conveniently Amazon Dash Replenishment Enabled, so you have the option to setup automatic reordering of ink or toner when running low. The Brother HL-L2340DW Compact Laser Printer regularly retails for $200 but is currently discounted to $115 on Amazon, saving you $85 (43 percent).

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Brother Printer HLL8260CDW Business Color Laser Printer

laser printer deals Brother Printer HLL8260CDW Business Color Laser Printer

This Brother Printer HLL8260CDW Business Color Laser Printer is cost-effective, comes with advanced connectivity options, and has a flexible paper capacity.

This multi-function printer delivers print speeds up to 33 pages per minute (in black and white) and provides automatic duplex printing. To help lower operating costs, high-yield replacement cartridges are available that deliver 4,500 pages of black and 4,000 of pages color. Your entire office or workgroup can connect to the printer using basic a Gigabit Ethernet connection, and you can conveniently print wirelessly from a wide range of mobile devices using AirPrint, Google Cloud Print 2.0, Brother iPrint&Scan (a free downloadable app available in the Google Play Store and Apple iTunes Store), and Mopria.

The Brother Printer HLL8260CDW Business Color Laser Printer normally retails for $350 but is currently on sale for $275 on Amazon, providing a $75 (21 percent) discount.

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HP LaserJet Pro M426fdw Multifunction Wireless Laser Printer

HP LaserJet Pro M426fdw Multifunction Wireless Laser Printer laser printer deals

A true all-in-one laser printer, this HP model acts as not only a printer, but also a scanner, copier, and fax machine. Print what you want the way you with printer options of Wi-Fi Direct, NFC touch-to-print, and two-sided printing.

The HP Printer has an easy to use, large 3-inch color touchscreen, 50-sheet auto document feeder, and can hold up to 350 sheets so you don’t need to refill as often. Designed for your fast-paced lifestyle, it prints up to 40 pages per minute, with the first page printing out in as fast as 5.4 seconds. Enjoy knowing your documents are secure with advanced security features built in to protect sensitive information so you can print quickly without the need to second-guess yourself every time you need to print valuable data.

The HP LaserJet Pro M426fdw Multifunction Wireless Laser Printer regularly retails for $449 but is currently on sale for $290 on Amazon, providing a $159 (35 percent) discount.

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Canon Lasers ImageClass LBP151dw Wireless Monochrome Printer

best laser printer deals Canon Lasers imageCLASS LBP151dw Wireless Monochrome Printer

Get the perfect printer for your home or home office with this Canon Lasers ImageClass LBP151dw Wireless Monochrome Printer, which is currently $90 off on Amazon. While compact, it still prints high-quality professional documents quickly and securely at speeds of up to 28 pages per minute.

It uses only two watts or less in energy-saving mode and is set to automatic duplexing right out of the box to help you save on paper and energy costs. Printing is easy no matter where you place the printer, with options of connecting to Wi-Fi, printing on the go with various mobile features such as Mopria Print Service and Google Cloud Print, or using the Canon Print Business app, which allows you to print from compatible iOS or Android devices.

The Canon Lasers ImageClass LBP151dw Wireless Monochrome Printer regularly retails for $169 but is currently discounted to the reduced price of $108 on Amazon, saving you $61 (36 percent).

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Samsung Electronics Xpress SL-C430W/XAA Wireless Color Printer

Best laser printer deals Samsung Electronics Xpress SL-C430W XAA Wireless Color Printer

Get a fast printer that makes your day easier with this Samsung Electronics Xpress SL-C430W/XAA Wireless Color Printer, which is currently $67 off on Amazon. The color printer is equipped with a 400 MHz processor and 64 MB memory and can print up to 19 pages per minute.

The printer provides bold blacks thanks to Samsung’s unique Rendering Engine for Clean Page technology, which produces that sharp text and clear images on a range of paper sizes and thicknesses. On-the-go printing is even easier with the Samsung Mobile Print App that works on your favorite smartphones, including iOS, Android, and Microsoft Windows phones, as well as on Amazon Kindles, such as the Amazon Fire HD 8. Additionally, a convenient Eco button provides a one-button push option to reduce toner and paper use, along with energy costs.

The Samsung Electronics Xpress SL-C430W/XAA Wireless Color Printer normally retails for $230 but is currently marked down to $162 on Amazon, saving you $67 (29 percent).

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