2016 Desk Calendars

Want a calendar but can’t hang it on your wall? Our guide has the best desk calendars available on the net.

Calendars are incredibly useful whether you’re forgetful or not. They help you better prepare for approaching events, family functions, or work deadlines. Unfortunately, not everyone has the ability to hang one on their wall. This is where a desk calendar comes into play. Not only can these types of calendars be useful to you and help you become more organised, but they can also add some flair to your desk.

The calendars below are all from our featured retailers. This means you benefit in two ways. Firstly, they can all be purchased online and secondly, because they’re our featured retailers, we regularly find promotional codes and other sales which can save you money.

Read on to view some of the best desk calendars we found.

Top five desk calendars

Words to Live by Daily Stand Up Desk Calendar
Custom desk calendars
2015 someecards Daily Desktop Calendar
Amazon US site
AT-A-GLANCE QuickNotes Desk Calendar Refill 2015
Amazon US site
Brownline 22 X 17 Inches 2015 Monthly Desk Pad wi...
Amazon US site

Desk calendars by type

There are a number of different desk calendars to look for. These include desk pads, box calendars and regular stand-up desk calendars. Here’s a few examples of each.

Desk pads

AT-A-GLANCE Compact Monthly Desk Pad Calendar 2015
Amazon US site
Secret Garden Weekly Desk Pad Calendar
The Book Depository
AT-A-GLANCE Tropical Escape Desk Pad
Amazon US site
House of Doolittle Earthscapes Birds Compact Desk...
Amazon US site

Box and diary calendars

Dodo Acad-Pad Desk Diary 2014 - 2015 Week to View...
The Big Bang Theory Desk Calendar
The Book Depository
Insight from the Dalai Lama 2015 Day-to-Day Calendar
Amazon US site

Stand-up calendars

2015 Easel Desk Calendar
Amazon US site

Best retailers to shop for desk calendars at

The following retailers who we feature on finder.com.au sell calendars.

Booktopia Logo
Book Depository
Booktopia is an Australian online bookstore which also sells calendars. It features flat rate shipping of $6.50 per order.Visit Booktopia NowBook Depository is a UK-based online bookstore which has a large range of calendars. It has free shipping on all itemsVisit Book Depository
Amazon Logo
Vistaprint Logo
Amazon is a large American-based online department store with a huge number of items. Part of this offering is a large array of calendars.Visit Amazon NowVistaprint offers a range of custom business cards, logos and websites. They also have a number of calendars availableVisit Vistaprint Now

Current deals and specials

Why shop at finder.com.au for desk calendars?

As mentioned above, there are a number of benefits to buying a calendar from one of the online retailers featured on finder.com.au. Because these retailers are based online you can shop for a calendar at any time of the day or night and rest easy knowing your order will come to you. This avoids you having to spend time looking at the hundreds of stores that could potentially sell calendars in your city.
We also try to save you more off your purchase by sourcing discount coupons and other promotions regularly. This way you know you’re getting the best deal.

Jeremy Cabral

Jeremy is a publisher for finder.com.au, he is also a personal finance all-rounder specialising in: Credit Cards, Savings Accounts, Personal Loans, Home Loans & Online Shopping.

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