Black Friday is right around the corner and everything from 3D printers to filament will be going on sale. Some retailers already have promotions active, while others are waiting for this weekend before the discounts go live. Last year we saw great black friday deals from Creality, Lulzbot, Monoprice and more, where we can expect the same for 2018.
Not every Black Friday deal is advertised in advance however, where the larger retail giants like Amazon and Ebay will likely be launched the day of. I will continue to update this list as new sales are announced to keep it as comprehensive as possible.
Before making a purchase, please do your due diligence and research the business or product. This is a great time to grab a 3D Printer or accessories at a huge savings, but take a few minutes and do some Google research to keep informed. Websites will sometimes raise prices in advance, making deals appear better than they are. If you have any questions, Reddit’s 3D Printing Purchase Advice Megathread is an excellent resource to consult for help.
Know of a sale that isn’t included? Leave a comment below and it will be added to the list.
Amazon will have flash sales during Black Friday, which are promotional prices that last for a few hours at most. These will be unknown until the day of, so we will keep this list updated with each new flash sale that becomes available.
According to the mailing list e-mail sent out to customers by Interservo, the Black Friday prices will be available on 11/23 but early purchases will be refunded the difference.
TinyMachines3D is a well known and respected retailer of Creality 3D Printers. They act as a middle man service between the Chinese manufacturer and consumer, fixing any problems with the machine before shipping it to you. Their prices are somewhat higher as you are paying for the guaranteed quality and after sales support. As per the website announcement, they will be offering a number of sales on Black Friday which will be listed here when available.
XYZPrinting filament locks some 3D Printer models, meaning they are only compatible with XYZ filaments. As this limitation will impact the user experience, these models have been denoted with a (*) symbol.
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