Shop for office equipment, electronics like laptops and tablets, and more at Staples this Black Friday 2018 for deep discounts and savings. We will bring you info about the biggest and best deals and discounts here when the savings are announced online or in an advertisement for Black Friday 2018. We are committed to helping you find the best shopping deals of the year from Amazon Prime Day to Thanksgiving Weekend. So get ready to save in 2018, 2019, 2020 and beyond! Until then, we hope you enjoy learning about what was available over Thanksgiving weekend in 2017:
Plus enjoy free next-day shipping on all orders over $49 placed before 5pm, and get 5% back as a member of Staples rewards program.
Black Friday Ad 2017
Staples is closed on Thanksgiving, although you can start snagging deals at 12 am Thursday. Stores open at 7am Friday to offer deals on office products, appliances, furniture and more.
Cyber Monday Ad
The online deals and discounts for the Monday after Thanksgiving have not been released for 2017.
We will post the return policy for this office supply store once we have the details for Thanksgiving.
Past Staples Black Friday and Cyber Monday Sales (2016/2015)
Staples offered blowout sales for Black Friday in past years that included Toshiba laptops, HP computers, Apple iPads, Samsung Galaxy phones, printers, office chairs and more. Items were available online starting on Thursday with stores opening Friday morning at 6 AM.
Staples put on sale seven additional items for Cyber Monday that weren’t a part of its Friday sale. These discounts included three Toshiba Satellite laptops, an HP Pavilion,
a Lenovo Idea pad, $100 off Samsung tablets and an Amazon Fire bundle.
Staples is an office supply store that operates more than 2,000 stores in over 20 countries. It sells office supplies, machines, office furniture, electronics & technology products, as well as business services. The idea for the company started in 1985 to fill a need for a business supply superstore rather than continued reliance on small, local businesses for critical products. It was initially backed by Bain Capital and now trades on the NASDAQ.
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