We are getting ready for HP’s Black Friday 2018 sale — Come back in mid-November to see this year’s Thanksgiving weekend bargains to help to score a deal on your next laptop and more. In terms of what we’re expecting, you can scroll down the page to see last year’s ad as it’s likely we’ll see similar type of discounts again this year. Enjoy!
What new HP laptop, monitor, printer or workstation are you planning on getting at HP this year? Let us know in the comments (you’ll find the comments section located at the bottom of this page).
Updated on Thursday, November 9, 2017: HP’s calling it their “biggest sale of the year” but we’ll let you be the judge of that — We’ve posted their full 15-page Back Friday ad scan below. Enjoy!
The sale starts on Thanksgiving day, Thursday November 23, 2017 at hp.com. We don’t have an end date for you but it’s likely the deals will last into the weekend, possibly until Cyber Monday. However you can expect some of their most popular items to sell out early (likely including their lower priced laptops). Good luck and happy bargain hunting!
Updated November 8, 2016: If a new HP laptop is what you’re looking to get or give under the Christmas tree this year, then you’ll have a lot to choose from this year at HP’s Black Friday sale. We’ve just received their ad and have posted it in full down below – Check it out!
The sale starts online on Thanksgiving day, Thursday November 24, 2016. There are of course other HP deals to be found as well at some other stores – including Best Buy, Staples, Fry’s and Costco – so be sure to take a look at those as well.
Some of the featured deals include:
– HP 15z laptop with AMD Quad-Core E2 APU processor and 4GB memory for $249.99 (normally $369.99).
– HP Envy 15t with Intel Core i7 processor on sale for $599.99 (normally $829.99).
– HP Sprocket on sale for $129.99.
– HP Pavilion XW Monitor with near bezel-less design on sale for $99.99.
– HP Omen X 900xt on sale for $1599.99 (normally $1799.99).
– Up to 20% off HP keyboards and keyboard-mouse combos.
Here’s the full ad scan with more details: