Amazon Prime Day 2022 is officially over! If you didn't get a chance to take part in this exclusive Amazon sale, don't fret - there will likely be a second Prime Day (opens in new tab) later this year.
The Prime Day printer deals ended at midnight PT on July 13, after which most products have gone back to their regular price. Printers weren't the only gadgets on sale though - check out our list of the best Amazon Prime Day deals, all of which were exclusive to Prime subscribers.
Prime Day may have originated with Amazon, but that doesn't mean that you can't find great deals at other retailers as well:
Amazon US (opens in new tab) The home of official Prime Day deals
Best Buy (opens in new tab) A great range of home tech offers
Dell (opens in new tab) If you need a new computer or laptop
Samsung (opens in new tab) For home appliances and entertainment needs
Walmart (opens in new tab) Likely to have a sale with plenty of savings
The best Prime Day printer deals included bargains on wireless all-in-one printers (opens in new tab), compact printers (opens in new tab), and even photo printers (opens in new tab) too. Whether you were looking for a cheap printer for your home office or a high-end laser printer as an investment, these Prime Day deals had options for everyone.
On Prime Day, Amazon brought in new deals throughout the day too - called Lightning Deals - which offered standout prices for a brief period of time. These sell out pretty quickly as they are such good deals, so it's important to be quick when one pops up. If you're looking for such a deal next time around, be sure to bookmark this page and check back regularly as we're constantly updating the best offers and striking through old ones so you can compare new prices.
Amazon Prime Day all-in-one printer deals
Epson WorkForce Pro WF-3820 | was $199.99 , now $169.99 (opens in new tab) Get $30 off this Epson all-in-one printer, a sleek home office essential. Print and scan photos and documents alike with high-quality results, from your computer or Wi-Fi connected device.Wi-Fi-connected Canon Pixma MG3620 | was $99.99, now $69.99 (opens in new tab) Get $30 off this printer/scanner from Canon - at just under $70, we think this is a steal, especially as it comes with ink! You can print and scan from mobile devices with wireless printing too, at the rate of 10 pages per minute for black & white and 5 pages per minute for color printing. HP Envy Inspire 7955e | w as $269.99 , now $199.99 (opens in new tab) Print, scan and copy from your computer and mobile devices with the HP Smart companion app, which lets you operate your all-in-one printer remotely. With this printer, you also get 6 months of Instant Ink, making this an absolute bargain!
Amazon Prime Day compact printer deals
Canon PIXMA TS302 Wireless Inkjet Printer | was $69.99 , now $49.99 (opens in new tab) Get $20 off this compact inkjet printer from Canon this Prime Day. As well as document printing in black and white or colors, this can reliably print photos from your computer or smartphone, and it's even compatible with Alexa. Phomemo M08F A4 Portable Printer | was $279.99 , now $259.99 (opens in new tab) If you're constantly on the go and need a super portable printer, look no further than the Phonemo M08F. Easily packable and transportable in a briefcase, this wireless printer support A4 thermal printing for quality results. Canon Pixma Inkjet Color Printer | was $199.99 , now $119.99 (opens in new tab) Print colored documents quickly and easily with this Canon printer that has a compact and sleek look. It's simple to connect to a range of devices and has a quiet mode - perfect for minimizing distractions around the office.
Amazon Prime Day photo printer deals
HP ENVY Inspire 7255e | was $229.99 , now $169.99 (opens in new tab) This photo printer yields high-quality results and can also be used for document scanning and printing. It supports printing from your smartphone and other Bluetooth devices.
Printer Buying Advice
How to get the best Amazon Prime Day Printer deal for you
1) Figure out what kind of printer you want
There are a lot of choices out there when it comes to printers, and it can be overwhelming. You should do some research and figure out what kind of printer you need before hunting for deals. If you live in a small apartment or have limited space then a compact printer (opens in new tab) will suit your needs best, whereas photographers will want a dedicated photo printer (opens in new tab). If you just need an all-rounder then an all in one printer (opens in new tab) will be your best choice.
2) Check the price history
Just because a website says something is discounted, that doesn’t mean you’re actually making a big saving. Many retailers have been known to raise prices just before a sale, so they can then say they’re offering a bigger discount.
Websites like CamelCamelCamel (opens in new tab) can help you check the price history on any product on Amazon to see how much it would have cost you before the sale, and if the price has ever been lower than the current sale price.
3) Know when to buy
As we said before, Prime Day actually lasts for several days and many of the deals and discounts that pop up won’t be around for long, so you can miss out on a bargain if you’re not quick. At the same time, new deals are always being introduced so you can end up buying a printer only for a better deal to come up a few hours later in the Lightning deals. It’s a difficult balancing act to manage.
Our general advice is that you should always go for a deal if it’s on the model you want. There is no point hanging around waiting for a potential deal when there is a great offer on a printer you want staring you in the face. If you’re not set on a specific model of printer though, then it might be worth waiting to see if a better deal comes up.
4) Get your Amazon Prime membership in advance
Prime Day sales are only available to Amazon Prime members, so you’re going to need a subscription if you want to get access to the great deals on offer here. If you already have a subscription then you’re golden, but if not then we’d highly recommend getting one set up before Prime Day.
You could try to wait and see if there are any deals you want before subscribing, but in the time it takes you to set up an account, most of the best deals will sell out. You don’t even have to shell out any money to sign up, as Amazon offers a 30-day free trial (opens in new tab) on Prime membership.