Brother Deals

Brother Deals & Offers

585 deals9,814 comments
Brother MFC-L8690CDW Colour Laser All In One Printer, WIFI, A4 £70.66 with codes (FREE AFTER CASHBACK FROM BROTHER) @ staples
Found 9th OctFound 9th Oct
£100 cashback from Brother Brother MFCJ6930DW WiFi, A3,AIO Printer £48.73… Read more



The suspense is killing me. Come on 23rd!


oh right that's fair enough, just wanted to check to make sure that they were. Thanks. :)


Nope, just the order number and contact/post code details


Well to be fair its not even the 23rd October yet, so unless this date surpasses then we won't really know. When I contacted them on the day I ordered, they never even asked for my account number. Did they ask for your account number when responding to your query?

Brother MFC9330CDW All-In-One Colour Laser Printer £13.78 delivered at Staples
Found 9th OctFound 9th Oct
12-15 days delivery. Very very cheap.....lets see.... A different model also available for a few pence more

The amount taken is not showing my my credit card anymore? It was showing as pending. It's still showing as pending on my PayPal account. Still got to wait?


We tried, at least they emailed us


Just got cancellation email


Cancellation email received today


We’re writing to notify you of a pricing issue that has been identified on item 223317685 Brother MFC9330CDW All-In-One Colour Laser Printer. Due to a technical issue the price of this item was shown on our website as £8.58 Exc VAT for a short time. The correct price for this item is £199.99 Exc VAT.

Brother DCP-L8410CDW Colour Laser Printer and claim £75 Cashback AND 3 Years Warranty, £263.33  free delivery Leo Office Supplies
31/10/2018Expires on 31/10/2018Found 8th OctFound 8th Oct
Special Offer - Purchase the Brother DCP-L8410CDW Printer and claim £75 Cashback AND 3 Years Warranty, click here for more information. £263.33 - £75 = £188.33 May cost a little… Read more
Get dealGet deal

Came here looking for a brother and left with a lesson in subtraction (lol)


Also compatible toner for 38-40 pounds on ebay


The more expensive model is 289 - 100 cash back. Makes it 189. I bought it from ebay printer land couple days ago when ebay had 10% off ended up paying 159


1) 263.33 - 75 = 188.33 2) 255.22 - 75 - 1.53 = 178.69 188.33 > 178.69 First option cost more for 9.64


Toner £80 for 6500 page yield colour and black Cashback claim £75 Brother web page for printer

WhatsApp Alerts!
Deal Alerts!
Oops! Looks like we couldn't connect 😢 Please try again!
To sign up: add to your mobile contacts, then text us 'Start' via WhatsApp
Brother QL500A Electronic Thermal Tag Labeller for £24.99 Free C&C @ Ryman
Found 26th SepFound 26th Sep
This Brother QL-500A Electronic Label Printer allows you to print addresses and shipping labels, up to 61mm wide, on easy-to-peel, die cut paper and continuous length film labels. … Read more

I'm using LibreOffice with Linux mint, I downloaded the templates, 'unzipped' them then just double click on the label size I want, i.e. there’s one for the labels that come with the printer called '29mm - 90mm.odt' - double click->paste->print,, - Job done HTH


What program are you using to make the labels?


I use compatable rolls bought from ebay. No logos on them. Just plain.




I like your Comment. (highfive)

BROTHER MFCJ6530DW All-in-One Wireless A3 Inkjet Printer with Fax - £149.99 @ Currys PC World / eBay
Found 22nd SepFound 22nd Sep
Seems like a good deal for a brand new, non refurbished item. - A3 print copy, scan, and fax from one machine - Print pages quickly at up to 35 pages per minute - Fit up to 5… Read more
Get dealGet deal

I buy the set of XL compatibles with pigment ink like the Brother originals for £35 from Cartridge Save. You can get cheap dye ones for under £30 on Amazon and ebay but would not recommend them.


How cheap? I have an hp and a full set of cartridges in the bigger size cost around 90 quid.


Have this one now for a year and I'm really happy with it's performance. Regarding the fax : I don't use it. An easy to set up printer and works perfect. (y)


I'd definitely go for this over the HP/other brand due to super cheap ink prices. My j5910DW is quite tempremental at times though!


Fax?! There’s a blast from the pat

BROTHER PTH110 Label Maker - includes 4M tape now £19.99 w/ 3 year guarantee @ Currys
Found 21st SepFound 21st Sep
Free delivery / C&C aval at time of posting, 4M of Black on White tape included and a 3 year guarantee Create convenient labels with the Brother PTH110 Label Maker . Capab… Read more
Get dealGet deal

Managed to get one from Ryman's; does it work well? (nice to know before I open the packaging)


Thank you, I appreciate this. It's also reassuring to know that the new design does work. I despair of bad design, even more so when a design is changed from one that worked to one that no longer does!


I found them easy to use tbh, I used them on some spice jars yesterday and didn't have any problems with it. I didn't accidentally hit any of the neighbouring keys. They are soft keys, some old phones used to have similar keys. I am bad at explaining what they are like lol. It might be best to have a look at them in store to make sure or have a look on YouTube as some people have done demonstrations and unboxings of this model.


What are the buttons like to use? The older models had actual keys, but this new style seems to have narrower keys on one giant pad. They look as though it would be difficult to avoid hitting the neighbouring keys.


Just picked one up from my local Ryman store, they had one left on the shelf, paid £14.87.

Deal Alerts!
Want the hottest deals in your inbox?
Subscribe to receive an overview of the hottest deals posted each day.
Brother MFC-9140CDN All-In-One Colour Laser Printer - Amazon reduced to £207.59
Found 11th SepFound 11th Sep
Save time with high speed 22 ppm mono/colour printing Save paper with automatic two-sided printing as standard Flexible paper handling with 250 sheet paper capacity and single sh… Read more
Get dealGet deal

there is only one point i am making. £275 is a rip off, quite simple. As for the ferrari tyres there are lots of brands you could use. Ferrari don't specify a brand. Also you are years behind the times if you think remould tyres can't be used on high performance cars. You can get V rated remoulds safe up to up to 149mph (twice the uk speed limit) Tell me, what are the "manufacturers standards" and where do the copy toners fall short. What exactly is the problem with copy toners? Also please tell me why my printer will shut down if i use the "wrong" toner surely it should be my choice to use whatever toner i like. If you put remoulds on a ferrari the car won't shut down will it?


You are missing the point here.... the printer manufacturers DO NOT APPROVE the use of refurbished refilled toners because they don't meet the manufacturers standards. So the car examples that you use are irrelevant. Yes you can buy any tyres you like for a Ferrari but the point is, after spending so much for the car, you wouldn't unless you are a complete idiot... remolds used in my analogy, would NOT meet any quoted standard or be suitable for the performance and speeds that a Ferrari would put on the tyres and you would probably end up with a wrecked car.. all for the sake of saving a few pounds on cheap tyres... Are you starting to see what I'm pointing out?


have to disagree i'm afraid. You can buy any tyres you like for a ferrari as you can with any car. Also with any car your warranty is valid as long as the parts you use meet the quoted standard. So you can put any fuel in your car, any oil in your car, any brake pads etc as long as the meet a standard. Why is it that my canon printer will shut down if i put non canon ink in it? That goes even beyond invalidating warranty. If you bought a ford and went to halfords instead of ford for your oil do you think that would invalidate your warranty, nope, no chance, you wouldn't stand for it..


I agree, I appears to be a rip off but the manufacturers (I work for the largest global Print provider) make their profits from the consumables not the sale of the actual print device. That's the reason that the cost of printers has become so low for the smaller desktops. For the larger enterprise and business printers the customer usually takes out an extended service pack but that also requires the customer to use ONLY genuine supplies. Those devices are expensive so damage caused by refurbished supplies and maintenance parts would be a very expensive repair as they are not covered under the warranty. You wouldn't buy cheap remolds for a Ferrari so the same applies here on a smaller scale.


Manufacturers are "holding a gun to your head" by voiding warranty if you use non genuine toners. So if you want a warranty it isn't "your choice" to buy or not. If someone is just buying their "first ever laser" then it is hard for them to make an inform argument as they cannot qualify their argument "most of us are happy" as they have never actually used a copy cartridge in a laser printer. I myself have used laser and inkjet as i do now and 100% can say copy inks are not as good quality (sometimes failing all together) and i am still of the opinion that £275 is over priced for four toners in a machine selling for £207.

Brother DCP-9020CDW All-In-One Colour Laser Printer - Amazon reduced to £189.99
Found 11th SepFound 11th Sep
Save time with fast 18 ppm mono/colour printing Save paper with automatic two-sided printing as standard Flexible paper handling with 250 sheet paper capacity and single sheet by… Read more
Get dealGet deal

paid £30 for one of these 2 years ago on gumtree :D


Compatible toners for brother are some of the cheapest for colour laser printers. A set of 4 colours are for £24.20 on ebay: Each compatible colour will print approx 2400-2500 pages based on 5% coverage.


Think the info you're reading is probably wrong. The official toners for this seem to be the TN241 (1,400 pages) or TN245 (2,200 pages) so look for compatibles for those. I've never seen a toner cartridge that's only good for 40 pages.


Wondering about the toner costs. Found a compatible toner for £11 each color but they only seem to hold enough for 40 pages,therefore 29p a page. Seems expensive to someone used to Inkjets What is the average price per page for a soho laser printer?

Brother MFC-J5335DW Colour Inkjet Printer £109.99 with promo + £50 cashback (£59.99) @ Office Outlet
Found 4th SepFound 4th Sep
Office Outlet currently have a promo with £10 off £50 /£20 off £100 spend on most goods on-site (including laptops) - Auto applied at checkout PLUS until the 30th Sept you'll ge… Read more

Has the £20 off £100 expired now? As it is not coming up when I go to checkout :-(


How would the actual ink page yields be in normal usage (is there much wastage in print head cleaning etc)? Trying to decide between this and a laser printer


8% TopCashBack


If you click on the link it says it has A3 print capability.


Hamster, what sort of costs are the cartridges and how many does the printer need? It needs to be a good quality colour printer

Brother DCP-1612W Wireless All-in-one Mono Laser Printer @ Argos £75.99
Found 17th AugFound 17th Aug
ABOUT THIS PRODUCT With 150 sheet paper tray and optional 1,000 page toner, this wireless all-in-one Mono Laser printer is the economical choice for shared users needing a profess… Read more
Get dealGet deal

I bought this for someone after seeing this deal but after setting it up for them it doesn't work and is faulty. Every time you try to print anything it says Paper Jam Inside 1 and the paper has jammed and bunched up inside the machine. Clearing the paper jam is of no use, as it immediately does the exact same thing again EVERY time. I was unable to print a single page and had to return it to Argos. I looked online trying to find a solution and there were other people with the exact same fault and no solution. Someone said Brother sent them a different printer as a solution(??). This printer is crap and not fit for purpose - did anyone else get this same problem? Also, the warranty registration documents inside were for Ireland and not the UK. Anyway, I wasted huge amounts of time and energy on this - I would say to AVOID this printer. I was getting exactly the same problem this person had with this printer - identical fault that couldn't be resolved. Their faults also couldn't be resolved. I think this is why it's discounted:


I've got the non wireless version of this, had it about 2 years now. Toner is dirt cheap, no double sided printing and the paper sticks out the front rather than going all teh way in. Cheap simple printing though!


Another thing I forgot to mention: It seems like both these printers can be used with brother's scanning smartphone app. Which means... scanning is possible without needing the integrated scanner (for the other one). Still not sure if it does / does not double sided printing. Going by the model number alone would suggest not. But maybe they plan to release a double sided version, in the future.


Hi there. * Does this printer do double sided printing? * Apart from the scanner, how does this *laser printer* part of this device, compare to this other more expensive one: Because just this morning, I was looking at the 2375DW instead. Thinking: this must be the best one to get eh? Well it's more expensive and does not have the scanner. So I'm in 2 minds now. Also: If this #75 DCP-1612W does not have the double sided printing, then is there a more expensive version of it, that does have the missing feature(s). Like a 'DCP-1612DW', for example? Does such a model exist, as an AIO with the scanner? And how much more does it cost (than this one, on offer at #75). Please let me know. We all understand the the brother ones are the best cheap / small / home / soho mono laser printers to get... but it still remains quite a few different models to choose from.


Plenty of cheap generic toner cartridges available on Ebay @ £6 for one or £8 for two. The downside of this model is that it appears to be not Apple Airprint or Google Cloud Print compatible. So when using an iPhone, iPad or Android device you will likely only be able to print from the Brother iPrint & Scan App. Also worth noting is that the drum unit in this printer is only got for ~ 10,000 pages but is fairly cheap to replace @ < £10.

Brother HL3140CW Color Laser printer - £107.98 @ ebuyer
Found 15th AugFound 15th Aug
Saw that there is a great price on this Colour Laser printer currently at e-buyer, just over £100 for a decent colour laser (with cheap compatible cartridges available) is a bargai… Read more

I pay just thirty odd pound for complete set of ink cartridges and they last me atleast a year


Yup, it's gone up now. The £99 at Amazon was actually sold by Co-op.


I can only find it at £107.99 at Amazon But agree - £99 at Co-op :)


It's £99 delivered at both Amazon and Co-op.


That's typical of Viking, why post pre-vat prices anyway, it's not as if you don't have to pay it even if you're vat registered, you always (with UK traders) pay it upfront.

BROTHER HL3150CDW Colour Compact Wireless Laser Printer £129.99 @ Ebay/Currys PC World
Found 2nd AugFound 2nd Aug
Connect the HL-3150CDW locally via USB or connect it via LAN or WLAN in your network. Take advantage of the many opportunities the HL-3150CDW to connect to your mobile devices, suc… Read more

Brother printers are usually the easiest to refill & so replacement toner can be cheap if you go down that route. Check out this. On top of that you can reset the original toner counter and keep using it until it is actually empty. Hot from me.


Yes, automatic duplex printing. It does slow it down quite considerably though.


Genuinely good info' to know as I was thinking of getting a colour laser printer for photos. My cheap Samsung B&W laser printer actually printed pictures rather well, I assumed (obviously wrongly) a colour laser printer would do the same.


According to Brother's own information, it does: I believe the 'D' in the models name stands for Duplex (C for Colour and W for Wireless). More convenient. If you are looking for a cheap laser for home, most printer drivers will allow manual doubled sided even if they don't have an automatic duplex built-in. You just tell the printer to print double-sided, the printer prints all the even pages, pauses, you pick the paper and reinsert it in the paper feed, press ok and the printer prints the odd pages. For limited home usage, it works fine allowing you to save paper with minimal manual effort. For business use, that would become inconvenient.


Brother - great printers last for years and years - well made! Before you buy a scanner ask yourself the question "how many times will i actually use it" and do you have a phone with a decent megapixel camera - if so no point in using a scanner - even ocr will work on an A4 smartphone pic! CamScanner, DocSanner and Google Drive have versions for iOS, Android and Windows Phone.

Brother MFC-J5730DW All-in-One Inkjet A3 Printer duplex scanning & printing £149.99 @ Argos plus £50 cashback + 3 year warranty via claim
Found 27th JunFound 27th Jun
Claim process: An all-in-one with A3 printing. Auto 2-sided print, copy, scan, fax. Fast print speeds of up to 22ip… Read more

Would this print good quality colour photos?


Please be aware there is a mistake on the Argos website. On their site it does say £50 AND 3 years warranty, but in reality it is the money OR 3 years warranty. If you click the link on Argos: It takes you through to Brother, and it does say that it is a choice you have to make.


That model (J6530DW) doesn't do duplex scanning like this model (J5730DW) does... so a deal-breaker for me.


The Brother MFC-J6530DW is also on sale at Very for £150 - if you're a new customer and you use the 10% off code it comes down to £135, then you should get £60 cashback (Very website says £50 but Brother website says £60), bringing the total cost post-cashback to £75. It's also eligible for 9 months Buy Now Pay Later, with no interest if you pay it off within that time.


Yeah, I realised that after posting! Still, as happy.tourist says, at least it takes 3rd party ink.

Brother MFC-J6530DW All in one printer - £139.01 Delivered @ Printernet
Found 16th JunFound 16th Jun
£79 after £60 cashback or you can get 3 year warranty Very cheap to run
Get dealGet deal

Brother printers are designed to be left plugged in and switched on. If you don't use them they do maintenance cycles and never go wrong but do use ink, best to keep them busy. well not quite the paper drive broke on my last brother.. got mine on the John Lewis clearance with cash back


Apparently yours MFC J59 10DW has been replaced with MFC-J6530DW.


Ive had a MFC J59 10DW for 5 years, nothing ever breaks, which is cool but it rarely picks up the paper for more than 20 sheets before I get either a jam or it cant get sheets out of the tray. The heads block quite frequently as well. Like most printers it is a real head wrecker, but al least it is less headwrecking than most.


​MFC-J6530DW All-in-one Wireless Inkjet Ideal for cost-savvy businesses Promotion  BackNext           £382.80 Inc. VAT£319.00 Ex. VAT

know1 £60 off is price exc VAT @Ben_W dream on

Epson Expression Premium XP-530 All in One Wireless Printer £46.94 delivered / Brother MFC-J5920DW A3 All in One Inkjet Printer plus cartridges £99.99 @ Box
Refreshed 18th JunRefreshed 18th Jun
*Updated 18th June - offer still on the Epson printer, also price drop on the Brother A3 printer with Duplex printing to under £100* Looks pretty decent for the spec, trays hold 1… Read more


Looks like the price has gone up to £52.94 I can not get the price listed on here anymore. I will link the image of price on a separate post because the forum seems to stop posts with images :(


Bought one, was looking at hp ones with ink cartridge subscriptions, but the reviews on this seem pretty goodthanks..


How much are replacement cartridges and can compatibles be cheaply sourced?


Bought one. Have been looking for the right combination of size, front loading and individual colours. :)

Brother HL-3150CW Colour Laser Printer - £129.99 @ Amazon
Found 29th MayFound 29th May
Colour laser printer with duplex, wi-fi and ethernet. Well regarded manufacturer Cheap compatible cartridges available - a full set of high yield compatible cartridges available fo… Read more

This is back at £129.99 (y) 🏼


What toner does this come with please? I have a hl-l8250cdn which is now shouting out for toner so might take the plunge, just need to work out toner costs.


Erm. Lowest ever price £101.99 on Nov 28, 2016.


tierihave you seen the deal I posted for all in one with fax as well as scanner? The price has now fallen to £190.72 before £60 HP cashback from Printerland at the same Amazon link. You will also get a free 3-year onsite warranty from HP - link to cartridges in the deal below: You shouldn't look at the total cost of a set of cartridges, but at the cost per page (the price of the cartridges divided by the number of pages it will print) to get best value. Everyone says Brother cartridges are cheap to buy but how many pages can they print?


Cheapest with a scanner I can find (with low cost replacement toner) is this: However at £239.63 its certainly not as cheap as it has been in the past (as low as £180 according to camelcamelcamel). Probably need to look around a bit more... EDIT - slightly better brother multifunction: @£224

Brother MFC-J5335DW £95.99 instore (possible £50 Cashback from Brother) @ Maplin Exeter
LocalLocalFound 6th MayFound 6th May
seemed a great price for this A3 Printer & looks like there is a possible £50 cashback promotion on it so techni… Read more
Get dealGet deal

thats true but you never know it might make a difference


I suppose it shouldn’t make a difference where it was purchased or the price paid, as long as the retailer Brothers approved list.


i dont know if it would qualify for that if maplin are in adminstration but il add it but dont think it will help


£50 cashback might want to add that to the title good printer

Brother MFC-J5335DW All-In-One Wireless A3 Printer for £119.99 @ Argos £69.99 AFTER CASHBACK
Found 1st MayFound 1st May
TO CLAIM CASHBACK USE THIS LINK A3 printing. Auto 2-sided print. Fast print speeds of up to 22ipm mono and 20ipm c… Read more
Get dealGet deal

Does anyone know the difference between this one and MFC-J5330DW?


Looks like you can get all four cartridges CMY+B(XL) third-party in a pack on eBay for £17-£20, individual ones around £5-£9.


how much is ink for this printer


Agree my last brother(DCP-340CW) lasted 10.5 years. I think one of the plastic paper feed cogs broke and it would be a strip down to check, might even repair. cheap compatibles. You leave them powered on and they do maintenance cycles if not used to stop the jets blocking. Loving the A3 replacement so far, according to the manual maintenance is once a month if not used (every time if you power it down)


I don't know but all I know is Brother are simply the most reliable printers I have ever owned. From their Inkjets to Laser Models for my business needs. I have tried nearly all printers so far, Epson are the worst in my opinion, they will do everything and anything to ensure you don't use compatibles. Canon just don't work well, HP quality is crap, OKI is expensive, Lexmark are economical but cartridge costs are high. Brother have very few issues, they rarely jam, connection whether wireless or cable never seems to cause issues, they are by far the easiest to use Compatibles with too. Their laser models can easily be topped up with cheap toner plus the compatibles toners for 20 quid also work no problem. The quality of printing of their Inkjets are not the finest quality but as an overall machine, they work well and play fair. One of my MFC models is about 5 years old and has taken a beaten, had pens jammed in the back, dissembled and dropped once, yet refuses to give up. The only gripe with it is that every 1000 pages or so it will jam. But overall experience is that Brother are one of the few companies that realise they are fighting a loosing battle with other ink manafacturers Plus they still allow you to print when 1 toner is down unlike the majority of others.

Brother MFCJ5335DW All-in-One Wireless Printer £104.99 at Maplin instore
LocalLocalFound 24th AprFound 24th Apr
Brother wireless printer. This printer is £200 everywhere else online. Maplin closing down sale almost 50% of. This store was at Manchester Fort.
Get dealGet deal

5 series are A4 with A3 print. 6 series full A3.


Got the 6530 last month on the JL £35 deal. really like it so far, can live without the NFC will miss no double sided scan. big footprint but seems well built. replaced a brother A4 allinone that lasted years.


Got two Brothers A3 printers, the MFCJ6530DW & MFCJ6930DW and had no issues with them. Good work horses and cheap ink. I believe this model has replaced the MFCJ6530DW (which seems to be identcial based on spec) which was on sale last month from John Lewis which worked out at £35 after cashback.

  1. Voting

    Deal temperatures are the heart of HotUKDeals. If you think a deal is hot, vote it up by clicking the red plus. Otherwise, cool it down by voting cold.

    Tip 1 of 6

    Read what other members have to say about a deal and share your own opinion.

    Tip 2 of 6
  3. Add Deal

    Have you found a good deal yourself? Share it here and other members will vote on how hot the deal is.

    Tip 3 of 6
  4. Deal Link

    If you think a deal is hot, click through to the shop to snap up the deal before it’s expired.

    Tip 4 of 6
  5. Layout

    Find here other ways to view the deals. You can view it in either grid, list or text only view.

    When clicking this gear icon you can find other ways to view the deals. You can view it in either grid, list or text only view.

    Tip 5 of 6
  6. Main Menu

    Through our main menu you can navigate to certain categories or shops you are interested in.

    Tip 6 of 6