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Where to buy a printer online in South Africa
Need a new printer for your home office or for homeschooling? Here are the best places to buy printers online in South Africa.
Whatever your reason for needing a printer, it’s important to get the right one.
Fortunately, there are plenty of online stores where you can score a good deal on a printer. Here are some of the best options in South Africa.
eBay has one of the largest selections of new and second-hand printers online. eBay’s marketplace structure makes it easy to track down the item you’re after and compare prices from various sellers to get yourself the best deal.
- Trusted online marketplace
- View seller reviews before you buy
- Compare prices from sellers around the world
AliExpress is a massive online retailer made up of thousands of smaller retailers. These often stock and sell printers so there’s an abundance of options available.
- Huge selection of smaller retailers means there’s always stock
- Easily compare prices
- Constant sales make it easy to find the best deals
Seeing as Raru specialises in selling electronics like PC hardware and peripherals, amongst other things, you’re bound to find what you need here.
- Choose between a wide variety of options
- Easily shop by brand
- Detailed product descriptions help you make informed decisions
Amazon has swiftly cemented itself as one of the best places to buy tech online. It sells hundreds of different models from every major manufacturer.
- Free delivery on millions of eligible items with Amazon Prime
- Easily compare prices on similar products
- Huge product range
Makro is well known for its office supply deals, and thanks to the chain’s massive size, it’s not likely to run out of stock any time soon.
- Big selection of brands available
- Competitive pricing ensures you get a good deal
- Delivers to most major centres and outlying regions in South Africa
Which of these retailers offer free delivery?
- AliExpress: Delivery via the post office is free, but will take longer
- eBay: Free on eligible items with eBay Plus membership
- Loot: Free delivery on orders over R350
- Raru: Free Delivery for orders above R399 to main centres
- Amazon: Free on eligible items with Amazon Prime membership
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