Digital Copiers

Digital Copiers

Real-World Copier Prices From BuyerZone Buyers

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There are a few different solutions when it comes to getting a copier for your home. Buying new, used, or leasing each have certain benefits. We've outlined each option below with some examples of what our visitors paid for using BuyerZone to solve their copier needs. Find out below which option will work for your business.

Copier Prices

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You generally have three options when you shop for a digital copier based on what you can afford to spend and how long you plan to keep the copier:

Most copier vendors will typically provide a limited-warranty on their machines; new copiers feature a one year warranty and refurbished units carry a 30-day warranty. Learn more about what to expect when buying a used copy machine.

To protect the copier after the warranty expires, vendors offer service contracts to cover parts and labor. Photocopier prices come in many flavors: either monthly or quarterly charges, up-front fees for the duration of the contract, or costs per copy. Service contract terms may detail a fixed number of copies over a period of time with nominal per copy charges for overages.

Shipping and installation is usually built into the costs. Training may also be included.

Used and refurbished copier prices

Digital copier pricing

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New copier prices

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Copier lease rates

The standard leasing contract runs three to five years. Many vendors will allow you to renegotiate prices in between terms. You also have the option to buy the copier at a cut rate at the end of lease.

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Want more information on choosing the right copier? Read our Digital Copiers Buyer's Guide.

Information was provided by BuyerZone users. Quotes have been edited for clarity only.

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