20+ Pre-Prime Day Printer Deals: Get A Printer-Scanner Combo For $59.99

Need a cheap printer? There’s no need to wait for Prime Day to score big savings.

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Save on scanners and printers from top brands like HP, Kodak, Canon, and Epson ahead of Prime Day. Credit: HP / Kodak / Canon / Epson / Mashable Photo Composite

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Early savings on printers and scanners:

While Amazon hasn’t officially made its Prime Day date announcement, we know it’s coming in July. And in typical Prime Day fashion, early deals are already popping up. And if you’re in need of a printer or scanner in particular, you can already score a sweet discount.

These printer and scanner deals aren’t official Prime Day deals, but they’re available to shop as of this writing. To help you save, we’ve rounded up the best live deals on inkjet printers, laser printers, scanners, and portable photo printers from top brands like HP and Epson. If you’d rather avoid the chaos of shopping on Prime Day, or you just need a printer or scanner ASAP, rest assured you’ll still be getting a good deal.

We’ll be updating this list with the best Prime Day deals on printers and scanners as they pop up, so if you don’t see what you’re looking for yet, keep checking back. We expect more discounts to keep flooding in as we get closer to the July shopping event.

Best printer deal Why we like itThe most annoying thing about printers? Running out of ink whenever you actually need to print something important. The HP Smart Tank Plus 651 comes with Original HP Ink bottles that will cover you for up to two years of printing. That’s 8,000 color pages or 6,000 black-and-white pages right out of the box. It can print, copy, scan, and fax and features a 35-page automatic document feeder, borderless prints, and mobile and wireless printing. While it lacks some more advanced features, it makes up for them in printing volume, compact design, and price.

It’s regularly $289.99, but you can pick it up at Amazon for just under $200 ahead of the official Prime Day printer deals we expect in July. That’s not bad considering it covers your ink costs for two years. It’s also down to its lowest price on record. You can also pick up the same deal at Best Buy, Walmart, and HP direct at the time of writing.

More early Prime Day printer dealsInkjet printers

Mashable Deals

HP DeskJet 2855e inkjet printer — $54.99 $84.99 (save $30)

Epson Expression Home XP-4200 inkjet printer — $59.99 $99.99 (save $40)

Canon Pixma TR4720 inkjet printer — $69 $99.99 (save $30.99)

Brother MFC-J1170DW inkjet printer — $129.99 $159.99 (save $30)

HP Envy Inspire 7255e thermal inkjet printer — $149.99 $199.99 (save $50)

HP OfficeJet Pro 9110b inkjet printer— $149.99 $179.99 (save $30)

Epson Workforce Pro WF-4830 inkjet printer — $149.99 $249.99 (save $100)

Epson EcoTank ET-4800 inkjet printer — $239.99 $299.99 (save $60)

Laser printers

HP LaserJet M110w laser printer — $89 $129 (save $40)

HP LaserJet Pro 3201dw laser printer — $259 $339 (save $80)

Canon imageCLASS MF642Cdw laser printer — $349 $399 (save $50)

Photo printers (dye-sub)

Kodak Mini 2 Retro 4PASS dye-sub photo printer — $89.99 $139.99 (save $50)

HP Sprocket Studio Plus dye-sub photo printer — $129.99 $149.99 (save $20)

Kodak Dock Plus 4PASS dye-sub photo printer bundle — $129.99 $199.99 (save $70)

Early Prime Day scanner dealsBrother DS-640 mobile document scanner (refurbished) — $54.99 $74.99 (save $20)

Brother DS-640 mobile document scanner — $119.98 $149.99 (save $30.01)

Epson Workforce ES-500W II wireless document scanner — $319.99 $389.99 (save $70)

Epson Workforce ES-580W wireless document scanner — $349.99 $429.99 (save $80)

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