Thursday, June 30, 2022

HP Black Friday Deals 2017 – Full Ad Scan

The Hewlett-Packard Company, commonly known as HP, was originally founded way back on New Years Day 1938 by William Redington Hewlett and Dave Packard. The company had humble beginnings with operations originally taking place in a one-car garage. With an early product line centering around electronic testing equipment the founders wanted a business that not only made money, but also offered supportive and respectful employment to its workers. Apple founder Steve Jobs experienced this positive environment when he spent a summer working for the company aged just 12, after he had called William Hewlett to see if he could get work assembling frequency counters. Jobs later described HP as an admirable company that was built to last, not just to make money.

HP was ideally placed to take advantage of the technological revolution that has today led to most of us having personal computers at home and the workplace. From 2007 to 2013 HP was the World’s leading manufacturer of PC’s and also focused on many other computing-related areas, including storage devices, server technology, and data storage. In 2015 the company decided to split the PC and Printers side of their business from its enterprise and services side, and the newly formed computing side of the company was renamed HP Inc.

Recently, HP’s Black Friday ad was leaked, which gives us all the chance to preview some of the deals that HP will be putting out during Black Friday this year. It lets us plan out our purchases far ahead of time, and you can never really have too much planning when it comes to Black Friday. In this article, I’m going to be going over what I believe to be some of HP’s best Black Friday deals. I won’t be able to get to all of them, though, so if you’re interested in viewing their complete list of 2017 Black Friday deals, then scroll to the bottom of this article and click the image of the flyer in order to download the complete ad scan.

Best HP Black Friday Deals:


  • HP Envy Laptop – 17t Touch Laptop for $899.99, which is $600 knocked off of this laptop’s standard price of $1499.99. This is a seriously sophisticated and well made computer, and it’s powered by a 7th generation Intel Core i7 processor.
  • HP 15z with A9 for $319, which is $195 off of regular price. This is a more mid-tier laptop, but don’t mistake its price for weakness. It’s powered by an AMD Dual-Core A9 APU, which is plenty powerful for most applications.
  • HP Spectre x360 – 13t Touch Laptop for $899.99, or $250 off. This is a great two-in-one, powered by an 8th generation Intel Core i5 Processor and protected by a micro-edge Corning Gorilla Glass display. It comes in three different colors, too!


  • OMEN 880-160se by HP Desktop PC for $1299.99, for $400 in savings. This absolute beast of a desktop should be able to run just about any game that you throw at it. It’s powered by an 8th generation Intel Core i7 Processor, and it also uses an NVIDIA GeForce GTX1070 8 GB graphics card.
  • HP OMEN Laptop – 17t for $849.99, which is $250 off. If you’re looking to take your PC gaming experience on the go, then I think you should check this laptop out. Its specs include a 7th generation Intel Core i7 Processor and an NVIDIA Geforce GTX 10-Series graphics card.
  • OMEN X by HP 35 for $899.99, or $400 off. A high quality PC gaming setting is more than just a desktop. Your monitor is what’s going to be outputting everything in the first place! This is a gorgeous curved 35″ WQHD display, boasting a 100Hz refresh rate and NVIDIA G-SYNC technology.


  • HP 24uh 24-inch Monitor for $119.99, which is $130 off of regular pricing. This is one of the more affordable displays that you’ll be able to find during this Black Friday sale, but that doesn’t mean you’re sacrificing quality! HP is known for making some really high quality monitors.
  • HP ENVY 27 27-inch Display for $399.99, which saves you $100. One of the hottest trends in computers (and television) right now is 4K. 4K monitors are notoriously expensive, but you can get this one at a pretty sweet discount on Black Friday this year.
  • HP ENVY 24 23.8-inch Display for $189.99, or $90 off. This monitor isn’t 4K, but it’s still absolutely gorgeous. It has more than 99% sRGB color accuracy, and it also features compatibility with AMD FreeSync.


  • HP 1TB External Portable USB 3.0 HHD for $69, which is 33% off. Even if you already have the perfect desktop or laptop, the holiday season is a great time to pick yourself up some additional storage. This super sleek external, portable USB-enabled hard drive is a great place to start.
  • Z3700 Mice for $14.99, or 25% off of standard pricing. A lot of laptops have some nice touchpads, and more and more laptops are being made with touchscreens. However, if you’re like me, you’re always going to prefer an old fashioned mouse. These great wireless mice come in five different colors.
  • HP Bags and Cases starting at $14.99, for 50% off. If you plan on buying one of these laptop, you may have interest in protecting your latest purchase. It may seem silly to buy a case to protect your laptop, but it’s not quite so silly when you consider how much of a headache you may be saving yourself from in the future.

HP Black Friday Hours & FAQs:

When does HP open for Black Friday?

Since HP’s Black Friday sale is going to be taking place entirely online, you don’t really have to worry about sitting outside of a store in the cold, waiting for doors to open. HP’s sale begins on Thanksgiving, and although no specific time has been announced, I think that midnight is a good guess for now. Keep your eyes peeled for updates from HP, however.

2017 HP Black Friday Hours:

As I mentioned before, HP’s Black Friday sale is online, so there aren’t really any hours. If you’re concerned about deals running out though, it’s likely that most deals will stay in stock through the weekend. However, some of the most popular deals in this sale could possibly be sold out after Friday.

Can you shop online or is it in-store only?

It’s the opposite, actually. This is an online only sale. Although there are HP resellers, there’s no such thing as an HP physical store.

What is the HP return policy?

Like many retailers, HP has a special return policy for purchases made during the holiday season. This way, you can buy whatever you want knowing that a full refund can be received, even if you’re trying to make a return a couple of months after Christmas. HP allows you to return any purchases made between November 1st and December 25th until January 15th. This policy excludes some special items, though, such as gift cards and software downloads. If you’re concerned about these special cases, then you should check out HP’s website to get fully acquainted with their return policy.

If you would like to view the 15-page Black Friday 2017 ad scan for HP, then all you have to do is click the image below in order to see the complete full ad scan.'
Steve Dawson
Steve Dawson has been writing online for two years. He has an interest in anything that interests other people and a thirst for knowledge about all subjects. He lives with a grumpy cat called Bubbles and an addiction to chocolate.


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