If it’s time to upgrade to the new QuickBooks 2018 versions then get ready for some pretty good deals on Pro, Premier, Mac and the online versions coming your way this Thanksgiving weekend. We will have more details available for you in mid-November.
Until then, you can scroll down the page to see what was offered last year and the year before. And if you can’t wait until Black Friday, they are currently offering 20% to 50% off on select versions of QuickBooks so be sure to see the deals you can already pick up today.
Which version of QuickBooks are you planning on picking up this holiday weekend? Let us know in the comments below.
Updated November 21, 2016: If you’ve been looking to signup to QuickBooks online or need to upgrade to one the new QuickBooks 2017 desktop versions – like Pro, Premier or Mac – then you’ll be able to take advantage of Intuit’s Black Friday sale from now through Friday, November 25, 2016. You’ll save up to 50% on the Online versions and up to $120.00 on the desktop versions, depending on option you choose.
Check out the sale details at quickbooks.intuit.com. Happy bargain hunting!
QuickBooks is forgoing their Black Friday sale this year and just going with deals on Cyber Monday. Starting on Monday and going into Tuesday, you’ll be able to save up to 70% on Quickbooks. The best deals are on the fully loaded online versions of Quickbooks that include Payroll, but for anyone looking to upgrade to the desktop versions you’ll save up to 30% on those as well. Just act fast as you’ll only have 48 hours to take advantage of these offers this year.
QuickBooks just announced their Black Friday deals and this year you can save up to 50% on the online versions when you get it at Intuit.com (the official QuickBooks store). Deals start as low as $7.99/month with no long-term contract needed (cancel anytime). You’ll also be able to save up to 20% on the traditional desktop versions of QuickBooks like Pro 2015 and Premier 2015. Full offer discounts and details listed here.
Here are the promotional details as posted at Intuit (click each icon to expand into full-view):