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Shop local Black Friday through Cyber Monday at Comprenew

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The biggest shopping weekend of the season is just around the corner! We're stocking up on our inventory to give you a wide selection for our biggest sale of the year.



Comprenew is excited to announce that they will have discounts throughout the weekend both in-stores and online! Shopping with us helps support our mission to keep retired electronic devices out of landfills, while also providing computer literacy and job-readiness training to under-served members of our community. Thank you!

IN-STORES: All 3 Comprenew retail locations will have 20% off store-wide!*  
Black Friday & Small Business Saturday

Store Locations

1454 28th St SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49508
Monday-Saturday 10AM-6PM

5157 Northland Dr. NE
Grand Rapids, MI 49525
Monday-Saturday 10AM-6PM

520 Butternut Dr. Ste 5
Holland, MI 49424
Monday-Saturday 10AM-6PM

* Excludes recycling fees, repair services, gift cards, and already discounted items. All inventories are on a first come first serve basis, limited to stock on hand, and vary by store.

Black Friday thru Cyber Monday

  • 20% off store-wide!
  • 30% off Desktops & Monitors!
  • FREE Mug with any purchase!

About us: Comprenew is a nonprofit electronics refurbisher and recycler, committed to giving your retired electronic devices new life, whenever possible. We maintain the highest international standards in electronics recycling and data security, ensuring your confidential data is never compromised. We offer affordable refurbished products at 3 retail locations in west Michigan, and have 23 e-waste collection sites throughout the Midwest. Additionally, we provide job-readiness and computer literacy programs to under-served members of our community.

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