For at least the foreseeable future, there are going to be great Chromebook deals available. But those deals shift, move and change frequently. In response to this, we try our best to highlight individual deals that are not just a great savings, but a great value as well. But our posts for those deals are more about highlighting certain Chromebooks, and it can be hard to sort through it all when the time comes to make a purchase.
Hence, this post that will be updated on a near-daily basis to reflect the best Chromebooks out there that are currently on sale. We want to shine a consistent light on Chromebooks that offer great value and give you – the consumer – an easy way to sort through deals that can sometimes get a bit confusing to parse.
I wrote a buying guide of sorts on wading through the rough waters of good and bad deals on new and old devices, and if you don’t find what you are looking for on any given day, I’d recommend giving that a read so you can go and make your own decisions across multiple retailers.
But for those of you who simply want the best deals on any given day in one place that is easy to see, understand, and digest, this will be your spot. Bookmark it for later and be sure to make this a priority spot to visit down the road when the time comes to shop for the right Chromebook at the right price. Also, unless otherwise noted, the listings that are manufacturer refurbished come with all original accessories, are free of any cosmetic blemishes, and carry a 90-day manufacturer warranty.
10 BEST CHROMEBOOK DEALS TODAY
Lenovo Chromebook Duet 5 ($349)
For the Duet 5, the superlatives are numerous, including a 13.3-inch OLED screen, a thin/light build, quad speakers, and an included keyboard case that makes this tablet truly usable both on a desk and in your lap if you need to get some work done. With the Snapdragon 7c Gen 2, 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, you’ll be able to knock quite a few tasks out with ease when needed.
Lenovo Slim 3i Chromebook Plus ($339.99)
From the exceedingly firm chassis to the surprisingly-good 14-inch IPS touchscreen, the Slim 3i nails nearly every part of the Chromebook experience in a way that few other devices manage to pull off. With a stellar backlit keyboard, solid trackpad, quick internals (Intel Core i3-N305, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD), punchy/vibrant screen (300 nits), and top-notch build quality, I’ve enjoyed using this Chromebook more than nearly any other device I’ve ever tested.
Samsung Galaxy Chromebook 2 ($299)
The Samsung Galaxy Chromebook 2 was an oddball when it first showed up a year after the original Galaxy Chromebook. But it wasn’t without its charms, and the QLED display is chief among them. The $699 asking price felt out of place back then, and this device was never an easy recommendation because of it. Today, however, the price has been wildly slashed, and it puts the Galaxy Chromebook 2 back into the conversation.
Lenovo Chromebook Duet 3 – 8GB ($339.99)
Imagine taking all the good stuff I just said about the Duet 5 and shrinking it down to an even more portable size. The Duet 3 manages this and still delivers a fantastic overall experience as a tablet and as a Chromebook on the desk. With the Duet 3’s smaller 11-inch size and 16:10 aspect ratio, you also get a bit of a better one-handed tablet experience, too.
HP Chromebook Plus x360 14c ($469)
The HP Chromebook Plus x360 14c comes with a slim body, great speakers, a 16:10 14-inch IPS screen, 1080p webcam, fast internals, and an expanded 256GB of storage. The attractive chassis also comes with one of the comfiest keyboard/trackpad combos you can buy and the entire package comes together for a fantastic Chromebook experience.
HP 15.6-inch Chromebook Plus ($299)
With the HP 15.6-inch Chromebook Plus, you’re getting the fast Intel Core i3-N305, 8GB of RAM, 128GB of storage and FHD 15.6-inch anti-glare screen. With a solid keyframe, numeric keypad and decent trackpad, this Chromebook won’t wow you with premium features, but it will comfortably get the job done.
Acer Chromebook Plus 515 ($299)
The Acer Chromebook Plus 515 is a solid Chromebook that – like all Chromebook Plus models – delivers a great experience overall with fast internals, great connectivity, upward-firing speakers, and an anti-glare touchscreen that’s large and 1080p. It’s not flashy, but this Chromebook will deliver a great experience, especially at this price.
Acer Chromebook Spin 513 (refurb $439.99)
The Acer Chromebook Spin 513 is the beloved 713 with a slimmer chassis and a powerful MediaTek Kompanio 1380 inside. The bright, sharp 3:2 screen, great build quality, and overall enjoyable user experience is here, and with the ARM processor inside, you get a fanless design that lasts a long, long time on battery.
Acer Chromebook Spin 714 (refurb $429.99)
This year’s iteration of the Spin 714 continues the already-great equation from last-year’s model, delivering a 13th-gen Intel Core i5, 8GB of RAM, and 256GB of NVMe with a 14-inch 16:10 FHD screen that hits a reported peak brightness of 340 nits, a stellar backlit keyboard, Gorilla Glass trackpad, QHD webcam, upward-firing speakers, solid port assortment, and a firm, metal chassis. It’s one of the best Chromebooks available, and deeply discounted as a manufacturer refurb.
Acer Chromebook 516 GE (Refurb $299.99)
The Acer Chromebook 516 GE is without doubt one of my favorite Chromebooks on the market right now. The unique combination of a huge, 16-inch QHD 120Hz screen with a solid keyboard, massive trackpad, upward-facing speakers, wildly-light chassis (3.75 pounds), and ultra-fast Core i5-1240P, 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage make this device an absolute joy to use every single day. This manufacturer refurbished version is a staggering deal at $299.