QuickBooks Black Friday Sale 2019 (2020 Editions)

Black Friday 2019 — What to Expect

Last updated on Sunday November 17, 2019: If it’s time to upgrade to the new QuickBooks 2020 versions then get ready for some pretty good deals on Pro, Premier, Mac and all the online versions coming on Black Friday. While we don’t yet have the details on what Intuit will be offering this year, you can scroll down the page to see last year’s Black Friday sale details to get an idea of what’s likely to come (likely up to 70% off again!). As soon as we know more we’ll post an update here — Check back for updates or join our newsletter and we’ll keep you informed.

Current Offers

Until then you can check out the pre-holiday deals on select QuickBooks versions at 20% to 50% off. A full list of their current offers and coupons — all of which are available today — can be found below. Happy bargain hunting!


Which version of QuickBooks are you planning on picking up? Let us know in the comments (you’ll find the comments section located at the bottom of this page).


Updated on Monday November 19, 2018: Your wait is almost over — Quickbooks Black Friday sale starts tomorrow! Shop quickbooks.intuit.com from Tuesday, November 20th through Wednesday, November 28th, 2018 and pick up the following offers:

  • $120 off QuickBooks Pro 2019 (was $299.95, now $179.95)
  • $200 off QuickBooks Premier 2019 (was $499.95, now $299.95)
  • $120 off QuickBooks Mac 2019 (was $299.95, now $179.95)
  • Up to 70% off QuickBooks Online
  • Up to 70% off Self-Employed


Are you interested in seeing some of the older Black Friday ads from Quickbooks? Then you’ve come to the right place! Follow the links below to view the last few years of ad history.

  • 2017: Page 1.
  • 2016: Page 1.
  • 2015: Page 1.

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  1. I’m looking to upgrade to QuickBooks Premier 2020 from the 2017 version. Not that I really need any of the new features, whatever they will be, just that QB’s Payroll Services are critical for my small business and that’s set to expire in a few months.

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