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Amazon Prime Day deals 2020: super low prices on TV, laptops, gaming, and more

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So you want to know what the best Amazon Prime deals are in 2020? Well, you’re in luck as right here we’ll be pulling out the finest discounts in the USA and UK across the world of tech, gaming, audio, gadgets, TV, laptops, and much more besides.

Amazon Prime Day 2020 is a 48-hour event starting October 13 and ending at midnight (or 23:59 to be precise) on the 14th. We wouldn’t take that to mean you can just saunter in at your leisure towards the last few hours though as many of the best Prime Day deals get snapped up within the first few hours of them going online. We’ll be updating this guide throughout the Prime Day sale to make sure you get the latest info rather than having to browse the tens of thousands of new deals. We expect some of these deals will be even better than the Black Friday deals coming later this year, and seeing as we had advanced noticed of most of the deals, we’re in a great place to tell you about the best ones having had a good chance to check them out properly. No fake deals here, folks.

Don’t forget, the Amazon Prime Day deals are for members only. Thankfully, you can get a free trial that will see you through the sale and beyond. Give it a whirl to enjoy the exclusive deals, Prime Video streaming library, super-fast delivery, and more perks.

With other stores increasingly taking advantage of the shopping buzz the Prime Day deals generate, there are usually some great offers elsewhere too. A great deal is a great deal to us, so if we spot something tasty elsewhere, we’ll include it below too.

Check out our highlights of the best Prime Day deals so far below. But if you’d rather have a browse at Amazon yourself, here are links directly to Amazon’s latest deal listings: Amazon US | Amazon UK | Amazon CA.

The best Prime Day deals in the UK

We’ve spotted a few cracking Prime Day offers in the UK already. We’re expecting this to be a seriously busy shopping day for Amazon, and the best deals could sell out very fast indeed. Not a Prime member yet? Check out the free trial option.

Amazon Prime Day TV deals – UK

Samsung 43-inch TU7110 4K TV | £399 £349 at Amazon UK
While it’s not a massive discount in terms of pounds off the price tag, this is a 13% reduction on a quality Samsung TV of this year. One of 43-inches is fast becoming perfect for a bedroom TV too now, and with Samsung’s latest gubbins inside, it’ll be reliable as heck too.View Deal

Philips 58-inch Ambilight 4K TV | £749 £575 at Amazon UK
The extra colour show and immersions that Philips’ Ambilight televisions provide is an excellent feature for entertainment and gaming. There’s £200 off the list price today of the 58-incher today, but you can also save on the 65-inch (down to £699), the 50-inch (down to £499), and the 43-inch (down to £445) elsewhere. Great TVs at these prices. View Deal

Philips 55-inch 4K TV | £455 at Amazon UK
This is a stupendous price for a solid and reliable 55-inch 4K TV. If this size isn’t to your liking the savings area elsewhere on this variant with the 43-inch one down to £385, the 50-inch down to £389, and the 65-inch beast dropping to £625.View Deal

TCL 50-inch QLED 4K TV | £499 £399 at Amazon UK
TCL’s QLED televisions offer an entry-level opportunity into the realm of premium picture 4K TVs and getting a healthy 100 quid off one today is a good deal. You can save the same amount on the 65-inch size, which is down to £722.View Deal

Panasonic 43-inch HX580BZ 4K TV | £499 £339 at Amazon UK
While the more obvious brands get more of a look in on 4K TVs nowadays, Panasonic is still out here making decent value-for-money screens. And this is one: a solid 43-inch 4K TV for under £350! The 55-inch variant is also reduced, down to £439.View Deal

Panasonic 50-inch HX800BZ 4K TV | £799 £629 at Amazon UK
This is Panasonic’s more premium range of 4K TVs and offers excellent panels for entertainment and gaming. The slightly bigger 58-inch screen is also reduced, with its price dropping to £749.View Deal

Hisense 65-inch AE7000 4K TV | £749 £498 at Amazon UK
Solidifying itself as an offerer of affordable and good quality 4K TVs Hisense has done the business here again with a 65-inch beast for less than 500 quid. Other sizes are reduced too: the 55-inch is down to £368, the 50-inch is down to £318 and the 43-inch is down to a measly £268. Great deals.View Deal

Hisense 55-inch AE7400 4K TV | £599 £378 at Amazon UK
This Dolby Vision 4K television from Hisense is excellent value and a great deal for those looking to get something a bit better than basic, but still without breaking the bank.View Deal

Hisense 55-inch Quantum Series ULED 4K TV | £899 £548 at Amazon UK
Hisense’s own premium 4K TVs, their ULED range, is a great option for premium panels without the price tags, and today is an even better demonstration of that  with £350 coming off the price of this 55-incher. Nice.View Deal

LG 43-inch UN7100 4K TV | £480 £268 at Amazon
LG make some of the best TVs going and even though this is outside their premium OLED range, it’s still a great offering. A panel of 43-inches is great for a small console-gaming setup or as a second TV for the house.
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Sony Bravia 49-inch KD49X70 4K TV | £699 £530 at Amazon
Sony’s TVs are consistently some of the best and Bravia range are the cream of the already-premium crop. Therefore, saving £168 on a panel from their newest range is an excellent offer before Prime Day.View Deal

Hisense 50-inch AE7000FTUK 4K TV | £449 £318 at Amazon UK
A fine offer to get your teeth into before Prime Day kicks in properly. Hisense TVs have grown in stature in recent times offering affordable, but solid, options on the 4K TV market. A whole 100 quid off is not to be sneered at either.View Deal

LG 55-inch CX OLED 4K TV | £1,699 £1,399 at Currys
A tremendous early Prime Day tv deal from Currys (who will be trying to counter Amazon’s price cuts, surely) on one of LGs infamously excellent OLED televisions. Arguably some of the best you can get for any entertainment or media, this 300 quid discount is a very solid one indeed.View Deal

Amazon Prime Day laptop deals – UK

Acer Chromebook Spin 13 | £850 £599.99 at Amazon UK
As premium Chromebook’s go this is from the top tier. The extra flexibility that the flip-screen mechanism offers is excellent and it’s got the gumpf to offer more of a laptop-level of performance too. With 250 quid off this is a great deal.View Deal

ASUS Chromebook C223NA | £210 £149.99 at Amazon UK
This 11.6-inch Chromebook is a no-fuss, budget, entry-level machine. It might not have all the bells and whistles that others have but if you’re looking for an easy-to-use and convenient machine that you can use wherever then this is a great shout.View Deal

ASUS Chromebook C523NA | £360 £249.99 at Amazon UK
This laptop-sized Chromebook is perfect for those looking for a machine for work or home that is competent, sizeable, and easy to use. They’re super light and handy too so it’ll be ideal for taking with you.View Deal

ASUS ZenBook 14 UX434 | £1,100 £699.99 at Amazon UK
This is an enormous saving on a quality laptop of more than a third (400 quid!) off the list price. The dual-screen flexibility that the screen pad is a real highlight of this machine, meaning you can up the productivity and enjoyment.View Deal

Microsoft Surface Pro 7 | £899 £659.99 at Amazon UK
This machine is part-laptop, part-tablet, and offers excellent flexibility and productivity. It’s powered by a 10th-gen Intel processor and 8GB of RAM so will have the guts to do all your home and work tasks. Good discount here, too.View Deal

Microsoft Surface Laptop 3 | £999 £779.99 at Amazon UK
This touchscreen laptop has all the makings of a great home and work machine. There’s a new 10th-generation Intel processor, 8GB of RAM, a 128GB SSD, and an ultra-thin design housing a 13.5″ screen. With more than 200 quid off today, it’s great value.View Deal

Samsung Galaxy Book S (Mercury Grey) | £999 £799 at Amazon UK
Samsung’s laptops are great machines. This is a 13.3-inch model that is powered by 8GB of RAM and an Intel i5 processor and weighs less than one kilogram. Crazy light. The Earthy Gold colour is at the same price too.View Deal

Samsung Galaxy Book Ion laptop | £1,249 £999 at Amazon UK
This is a great discount on one of Samsung’s quality laptops. This has a new Intel i5-10210U processor and *GB of Ram powering it, all set in a super thin and lightweight chassis. Very neat. The 15.6-inch version is also on offer, reduced to £1,049.View Deal

Samsung Galaxy Book Flex laptop | £1,349 £1,099 at Amazon UK
With £250 off the list price, this Samsung laptop is a great call for those who want something premium in their portable machine. It’s also in that bold Samsung blue aesthetic which is fun and different too. The more run of the mill coloured silver one is also on offer at the same price.View Deal

ASUS TUF FX505 gaming laptop | £1,000 £629.99 at Amazon UK
This is one of the best deals of Prime Day’s gaming products right here. A reliable and solid gaming-first laptop for just over 600 pounds is an absolute no-brainer for a machine that can be a reliable home or work laptop but that has enough under the hood to give a great gaming experience too. It won’t be running the latest and greatest at the highest levels but it’s a wicked little machine at this price.View Deal

HP Pavilion 15 gaming laptop | £1,150 £999.99 at Amazon UK
This is a great price for a 1660Ti powered laptop. For proper gaming laptops, we rarely see anything more powerful go under the four-figure mark so this marks good value. It’s also from a trusted manufacturer, has a 10th-gen Intel processor, and a 512GB SSD.View Deal

Razer Blade 15 Base Model | £1,600 £1,358.99 at Amazon UK
The most modest of the Blade 15 laptops on offer today but by no means a slouch, and still plenty of value for money. It might not offer ray-tracing gaming, but it offers the best experience, graphically, without that with its GTX 1660Ti GPU. This is probably one of the cheapest price tags you’ll see on such a premium laptop.View Deal

Razer Blade Stealth 13 laptop | £1,800 £1,398.99 at Amazon UK
The ‘baby’ of the Razer Blade Stealth laptop line-up, the 13-inch lappy still packs a punch with its 1650Ti graphics card and 10th-gen Intel processor. It’s perfect for a small work and play machine that captures the essence of a Razer laptop design and build, as well as performance. Getting 400 quid off is cracking too.View Deal

HP Omen 17 gaming laptop | £1,700 £1,399.99 at Amazon UK
If you’ve had your eye on a big gaming laptop, then this might be for you. Powered by a new 10th-gen Intel processor, 16GB of RAM, an RTX 2070 graphics card this will future proof you for a good while and provide a great gaming experience for the money – 300 quid off!View Deal

Razer Blade 15 Base Model | £2,300 £1,898.49 at Amazon UK
This is good value for a 2070-powered laptop from Razer’s quality wheelhouse. A healthy saving of 400 pounds gets you Razer’s typical sleek design and build, but also 16GB of RAM, a 512GB SSD, and a gorgeous 4K OLED screen. Mmm.
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ASUS ROG Strix G532LWS gaming laptop | £2,200 £1,899.99 at Amazon UK
If you’re on the scout for a premium gaming laptop then this ASUS ROG Strix model could just about do it. With £300 off the usual price, this laptop with a 2070 Super graphics card, 16GB of RAM, an i7-10875H processor, and a superfast 300Hz HD a screen is an excellent offering.View Deal

Razer Blade Pro 17 laptop | £2,900 £2,398.99 at Amazon UK
The larger beasts of the Razer Blade laptop this 17-inch mother hubbard has a 2070 graphics card, a 10th-gen Intel processor, 16GB of RAM, a 512GB SSD, and a 300Hx FUll HD screen. Very nice, and with about 500 quid off today too! If you’re something even more potent, another model with a 2080 Super GPU is also on offer at £2,898.99 (a reduction of £301).View Deal

ASUS ZenBook Duo UX581 laptop | £4,000 £2,499.99 at Amazon UK
This is a weird and wonderful machine featuring two touchscreen panels. It’s excellent for anyone who is a creative and a gamer given its 4K glory, as well as it’s 2060 graphics card, i9-9980HK processor, 32GB of RAM, and 1TB SSD. Probably the desire for many but always out of reach, today it has £1500 off its listing price.View Deal

ASUS ROG Strix G732LXS gaming laptop | £3,500 £2,699.99 at Amazon UK
With a whopping 800 quid off the price, this 2080 Super-powered machine is a solid offering but still demands a high price tag. However, it’s a premium gaming machine and goes a long way to justifying its price tag with a 32GB of RAM, a 17.3″ 300Hz screen, an i7-10875H processor, and a 1TB SSD.View Deal

Razer Blade 15 laptop | £3,000 £2,798.49 at Amazon UK
A big selling point of this particular Blade 15 laptop is it’s blisteringly fast 300Hz screen. It’s a big investment but games won’t be any crisper or smoother on a quality laptop. Plus that 2080 Super graphics card is just *chef’s kiss*.View Deal

HP Pavilion 15 gaming laptop | £900 £799.99 at Amazon UK
This is a pretty good deal for an early Prime Day offering: a lean mean gaming machine with a 1650Ti graphics card, a brand-new 10th-generation Intel processor, 8GB of RAM, and a 512GB SSD. Not bad for a proven HP machine.View Deal

MSI GE66 Raider laptop | £1,699 £1,599 at Currys
If you’re on the hunt for a top-performing, immensely powerful, and ridiculously capable gaming laptop right now, then you could do way worse than this MSI GE66 Raider laptop. It’s a powerhouse very much of this year and offers some of the best gaming experiences you can get in a portable machine from this year.View Deal

Acer Aspire 3 A314-21 (14″) | £279 £199.97 at Currys
Just get a load of that price – the £79 discount has brought the cost of this laptop tumbling down to become a no-brainer purchase. Although it might not be the most powerful device on the block, it’ll do the job very nicely for school or work tasks.View Deal

Amazon Prime Day tech deals – UK

Kindle Paperwhite | £119.99 £79.99 at Amazon
This is a members-only Prime Day deal and likely the best price you’ll find on the Kindle Paperwhite this year. £90-£100 is the usual sale price, so don’t miss out on this chance to get an even bigger discount on one of our favourite devices in black, plum, sage or twilight blue colours.
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Samsung Galaxy Watch | 46mm Bluetooth | £199 at Amazon
I have this smartwatch and it’s great. Lots of features and apps, a good size, and a three-day battery life. This still often sells for near it’s original £300 price mark, and despite the price fluctuating wildly in recent months, this is still a super low and great price.View Deal

Samsung Galaxy Watch | 42mm Bluetooth | Midnight Black | £179 at Amazon UK
This is a great deal for the smaller of the smartwatches that Samsung has in its repertoire – below the brand-new Galaxy Watch 3, that is. The Rose Gold version is at the same price too if that’s more your style.View Deal

Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2 | 44mm Bluetooth | Aqua Black | £209 at Amazon UK
This is a good price for the Watch Active2. It’s got a great lean towards sports and fitness with plenty of pre-loaded apps and fitness-tracking options to get your teeth into. The Pink Gold colour is the same price.View Deal

Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2 | 40mm Bluetooth | Aqua Black | £189 at Amazon UK
The smaller version of the Watch Active2 is basically the same and will suit anyone who is worried about having a large smartwatch on their wrist. Once again the Pink Gold equivalent is on offer at the same price too.
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Samsung Galaxy Watch Active | 40mm Black | £139 at Amazon UK
The ‘oldest’ of Samsung’s Watch Active range, but that doesn’t mean they’re any less worth it, and at this price, they represent an excellent bargain, particularly for anyone who wants to dabble in the world of smart wearables. The Rose Gold and the Silver colours are the same price.View Deal

Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2 Golf Edition | 44mm Black | £339 £259 at Amazon UK
Ooh this is a real tempter for any golfers out there. Perfect for working your way around hundreds of compatible golf courses in the UK, this is a great sports-centric smartwatch. The 40mm Pink version is available at a 25% discount too, down at £239.View Deal

Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2 | Under Armour Edition 40mm | Mod Grey | £299 £219 at Amazon UK
For anyone that wants a slightly different style and aesthetic on their smartwatch, this Under Armour-styled one is excellent. The larger 44mm version in Aqua Black is also on offer, down £80 to £239.
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Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra | £1179 £1095 at Amazon
Update: this has gone back up a little, but this sort of dithering, usually means we can expect to see something better once Prime Day lands
. If a few hundred gets knocked off, we’d seriously consider bagging one. It’s a phenomenal phone that we recently awarded ‘best gaming phone of 2020’ and it’s got a brilliant camera too.
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Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 |£419 £370 at Amazon
A saving of nearly £50 is amazing value so soon after this excellent smartwatch was released a few months ago. The 45mm version of Samsung’s best smartwatch comes with additional battery life and is the one we’d go for. You’re also getting health monitoring, LTE, GPS, message alerts, music playback (via your Bluetooth headphones) and a range of other high-end features found in competitor watches.
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Apple Watch Series 3 | 38mm | £195 at Amazon
The Apple Watch Series 3 is a fantastic first smartwatch that can also be a great upgrade from older versions of the Watch or Android-powered devices. It comes in silver or space grey with either white or black Sports Bands. If you’re an iPhone user and looking to get into smartwatches, this is hundreds cheaper than the new 6 series and still a great buy in 2020.
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Apple Watch Series 3 | 42mm | £219 at Amazon
If you have a slighter bigger wrist, this is the version for you: 4mm isn’t a world of difference, but it definitely shows on the larger display. This is one of the cheapest prices we’ve ever seen for this version, too.View Deal

Kindle Unlimited | 3 months for FREE at Amazon
That’s a massive discount saving you £23.97 compared to the usual price. Kindle Unlimited has over a million ebooks to read on your Kindle, tablet, mobile, or PC and is a must for any avid reader. Membership also includes thousands of audiobooks and plenty of mags too. Give it a go with this super long free trial. Once the three months are up, it’s £7.99 a month, but you can cancel at any time.
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Samsung Galaxy A21s | £179 £139 at Amazon
For an aggressively affordable new phone, the Samsung Galaxy A21s is a strong contender. It’s dropped in price by £40, but you’re not getting something cheap and nasty – it has a respectable camera setup and a wider, longer screen that isn’t hemmed in by a large bezel. You can choose from three colours: Black, White, or Blue.

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Samsung Galaxy M31 | £245 £200 at Amazon
Samsung’s M31 is another very affordable phone that still provides quality design and specs. This one has a higher resolution screen than comparable phones like the A21s, so we’d recommend going for this one if your budget can stretch to it. Two different colours are on offer, including Red and Blue.

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Samsung Galaxy A41 | £269 £209 at Amazon
The Samsung Galaxy A41 is very similar to the A21s, but the main difference lies in the camera; this one has a much better front lens for selfies. If you’re interested in how good your phone is for taking pictures, the A41 won’t disappoint. There are a few different colours available for the same price, ranging from Prism Crush Black and Prism Crush Blue to Prism Crush White.

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Samsung Galaxy A51 (5G) | £429 £364 at Amazon
With an excellent camera to go with a high resolution screen, the A51 is a great Samsung phone to go with during the Amazon Prime Day sales. The addition of 5G is also worthy of note, because it future-proofs you for when the network is more widely available. You can get the phone in Prism Cube Black or Prism Cube White.

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Samsung Galaxy Note10 Lite | £529 £369 at Amazon
The Note10 is unusual as far as phones go, but in a good way; it provides you with an additional S Pen stylus. This is perfect for everything from notes to drawing, and it’s quite the novelty. The triple camera is also notable. It’s currently available on offer in Aura Black or Aura Glow.

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Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite | £579 £434 at Amazon
Samsung’s S10 Lite range aims to make the phone as accessible as possible, so it lowers the power of the S10’s tech ever so slightly to drop the price. It’s still a brilliant phone though, with an excellent camera and a large, gorgeous screen. You can get it in Prism Black, Prism White, or Prism Blue.

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Samsung Galaxy S10 | £527 from £469 at Amazon
Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S10 phone range has received a tasty discount this Amazon Prime Day. It still stands tall as one of the better devices you can get right now. A couple of alternate colours and a different model with 5G capability is also on offer, so we’ve listed them below. Quite a few colours are available; you can get the standard S10 in Prism Black, Prism White, or Prism Green, while the S10 5G (in Majestic Black) is £499 instead of £1099. Meanwhile, the S10 512GB Hybrid-SIM (Black) is £499 at Amazon.

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Samsung Galaxy S10+ | £569 £499 at Amazon
The slightly larger, beefier version of the Samsung Galaxy S10 is also on offer for £70 less than normal as a part of the Amazon Prime Day sale. We’ve got two different versions available as a part of these deals: the Prism White or Prism Green colour-scheme.

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Sony Xperia 5 | £699 £499 at Amazon
The Want to move away from Apple and Samsung? Sony have a competing range in the Xperia line, and the 5 offers a FHD+ HDR OLED display, a powerful triple camera system, ‘cinematic’ Dolby Atmos sound, and more internal storage than usual for a phone – 128GB, in this case. Thanks to the Amazon Prime Day sale, it’s a good $200 less than normal.

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Samsung Galaxy S20 | £799 from £649 at Amazon
The new and improved Samsung Galaxy S20 is also available for less as part of the Amazon Prime Day sales. It provides a much faster 120Hz screen for smoother scrolling, world-beating cameras, and a speedy processor. Two colours are currently available, and they are Cosmic Grey and Cloud Pink.

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OnePlus 8 Pro (5G) | £799 from £649 at Amazon
OnePlus phones are worthy contenders to the Samsung Galaxy range, and none more so than the 8 Pro. It offers super-smooth scrolling thanks to a 120Hz AMOLED screen, a quad-camera setup, Alexa built in, and 5G functionality. A great deal at £150 less than normal.  You can get a version in Black with 8GB RAM for £649 on Amazon, while the Glacial Green (12GB RAM) is £749 instead of £899.

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Sony Xperia 1 II + Wena Pro watch | £1,674 from £1,099 at Amazon
Besides a very nice 4K High Dynamic Range OLED screen, this offer for Amazon Prime Day gets you a Wena Pro smart strap and a Wena Wrist Solar Head attachment as well. That means you’re getting a smart phone and a smart watch, which isn’t bad going considering the massive £575 saving.

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WD My Passport (2TB) | £70 £52.99 at Amazon
The My Passport range from WD is among our favourites, and these hard drives usually top our ‘best of’ lists when it comes to expanding your console storage. 2TB is more than enough to keep you going, even on next-gen systems, and if you only have 500GB or less of internal memory on your Xbox One or PS4, this will be a revelation.

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WD Black P10 (5TB) | £135 £99.99 at Amazon
Western Digital is the go-to choice when it comes to hard drives, and the Black range is the result of their years of expertise. With 5TB of storage space, you don’t need to worry about running out of room on your PC, next-gen console, or current-gen machine. Speaking of which you can get an Xbox-branded version for the same price as part of the Amazon Prime Day gaming deals.

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Seagate Portable External HDD | 4TB | £109.99 £76.42 at Amazon UK
This is a very straight-forward, good deal if you’re after some extra storage from a known maker of good HDDs. This 4TB offers great bang for buck, but the 2TB is down to £51.99 and the 1TB is a snip at £36.84.View Deal

G-Technology ArmorATD Rugged (5TB) | £200 £119.99 at Amazon UK
Five whole terabytes of storage for just £120! That’s immensely good value from a pound-to-terabyte point of view, but it also comes in the form of a tough, rugged, water-resistant, and shock-proof hard drive. Excellent stuff this. Other capacities are discounted too: the 4TB is £109.99; the 2TB is £74.99; and the 1TB is £59.99.View Deal

WD Black SN750 (500GB) | £99 £64.99 at Amazon
For the cheapest version of the super-fast SN750 NVMe SSD, you can enjoy a discount of £24 – the 500GB model has dropped from almost £100 to just £75. Although you won’t be able to store loads on there, pairing this with a HDD for games or programs you’re not actively using will allow you to take advantage of its speed. It’s available by itself in the Amazon Prime Day gaming sales, or you can invest in a version with a heatsink for £74.99.

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Samsung T7 Portable (500GB) | £87.99 at Amazon UK
We are big fans of Samsun’s T-series portable SSDs – they are easily some of the best going, all things considered. this is a superb price for one too, and they work with all consoles as well as traditional PC use. You can also get the 1TB version for £157.99 right now, and the same drives but in red are available for also £87.99 (500GB) and £157.99 (1TB) too if that’s your preference.View Deal

WD Black SN750 (1TB) | £191 £159.99 at Amazon
If you’re looking to upgrade your rig with super-fast storage, the WD Black range is where you should start. This particular SSD is an NVMe model, which makes it one of the most advanced solutions on the market. You can get it by itself in the Amazon Prime Day gaming sales, or with a heatsink for £134.99.

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WD Black SN750 (2TB) | £426 £299.99 at Amazon
If you’d rather have a bit more storage space from your SSD, the 2TB version of the WD Black SN750 is the perfect choice. It’s got ample space for storage, and because it’s an NVMe model, it’s much more efficient. You can get it in the Amazon Prime Day gaming sales, or with a heatsink for £319.99.

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BaByliss 3Q professional hairdryer | £120 £45.99 at Amazon
Forget the insanely-priced Dyson Supersonic dyer, this is much better value at half price today. Capable of drying even super thick hair and with a 10-year guarantee this is ideal for both home and professional use.
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Amazon Prime Day audio deals – UK

Amazon Echo Dot | £49.99 £18.99 at Amazon
Amazon regularly knocks money off its most popular smart speaker, so you rarely have to pay £50. £25-£30 is the most common sale price, so today’s offer is tremendous value. You can get it in a range of colours too.
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Amazon Echo (4th-gen) and Philips Hue bulb bundle | £104.98 £89.99 at Amazon
The new Amazon Echo is one of the most complete rethinks offered by the company for one of its best devices, tying together a variety of smart home elements into a classy design, with improved voice recognition and speakers to boot. Pre-orders are open now. This bundle also comes with a white Philips Hue bulb that’ll you’ll be able to activate via voice alone with the Echo speaker.View Deal

Amazon Echo Dot | £49.99 at Amazon
Like the Echo, the Dot benefits from many of the tweaks Amazon has managed to cram into the spherical design but for a lower price in a smaller size. Rest assured, Alexa is still just as capable, making this a bit of a smart home bargain. Pre-orders are live now with one option for an extra £10 including a clock display which we find very handy.
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Sony WI-C310 | £45 £24.99 at Amazon
Want good, high-quality headphones without having to spend a fortune? The Sony WI-C310 might be what you’re after. It offers wireless functionality, a 15-hour battery life, “stream quality sound all day”, a mic for taking calls, and hands-free functionality. Plus, it’s had a discount of 46% for Amazon Prime Day. Bargain. If you want to choose a specific colour, you can get the same offer in Black, Silver / White, Blue, or Gold.

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Philips Ear Pods SHB2515BK/10 | £110 £55.99 at Amazon
This is a tremendous saving on great earbuds from a respected manufacturer; you’re getting £54 (or 49%) off the list price with this Amazon Prime Day deal. These Bluetooth headphones provide passive noise reduction a charging case, and up to 10 hours of battery life. If you want a cheaper alternative to AirPods or Galaxy Buds, this is it.

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Razer Hammerhead True Wireless earbuds | £100 £56.99 at Amazon UK
When I was on my daily commute – remember those? – I often relied on the Hammerheads for wireless audio and radio listening. They’re comfortable, have great audio for little things, and feature Razer quality throughout. Nice. View Deal

Sony WH-CH700N | £150 £71 at Amazon
As a noise-cancelling, wireless, over-ear set of headphones, the Sony WH-CH700N is a great choice if you want to shut away the world while working or on your commute. Three different colours have had a discount of between £29 and £79 for Amazon Prime Day, making them a great choice if you want to save some money but still get top quality. Plus, a 35-hour battery life doesn’t hurt either! You can get it in Grey, Black, or Blue.

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Samsung Galaxy Buds | £99 £89 at Amazon
A £10 saving on the Samsung Galaxy Buds? Don’t mind if we do. As Samsung’s premier earbuds, these sync easily to your phone and are perfect for everything from the commute to gym sessions. They also feature an ambient mode to help you tune in to the world around you. Nice! A few different colours are on offer for Amazon Prime Day – you can get it in Black, White, or Yellow.

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Panasonic RZ-S500WE-W | £150 £99.99 at Amazon
Earbuds are all the rage at the moment, and Panasonic is getting in on the action with the RZ-S500WE-W. They feature a more comfortable, rounded shape, touch control, and a built-in virtual assistant. With a discount of £50, how could we say no? You can get it in White or Black.

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Bose SoundSport Free | £180 £110.99 at Amazon
Bose is well known as one of the most popular brands in the business when it comes to headphones, so getting a massive £70 on the SoundSport Free is a great way to start the Amazon Prime Day deals. It’s wireless, sweat and weather resistant, and has specially-tuned EQ for better audio. You can get it in Black, Midnight Blue, or Bright Orange.

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Sony WF-SP800N | £180 £148 at Amazon
As noise-cancelling, truly wireless earbuds that are both water and dust resistant, the Sony WF-SP800N (catchy, we know) is a high-end piece of kit that’s ideal for exercise or the commute. They also have “multi-size arc supporters for a secure fit.” Handy! They now have 25% off in a variety of colours, including Black, White, and Yellow.

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Sony WH-H910N | £250 £159 at Amazon
Now this is a bargain. The Sony WH-H910N is a wireless, noise-cancelling set of headphones with touch controls and high-res audio to go with adaptive sound control and a 35-hour battery life.  Thanks to a £91 discount, this premium device just got much more affordable. Five different colours are available: Black, Green, Red, Blue, and Orange.

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Amazon Prime Day gaming deals – UK

Nintendo Switch Lite | £200 £189.99 at Amazon
If you’ve been struggling to find the standard Nintendo Switch during the pandemic, you aren’t alone. Luckily, the Switch Lite was far more readily available – and it’s now been discounted by £10. A modest saving, yes, but a saving nonetheless. We’ll take whatever we can get!

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Nintendo Switch with Animal Crossing | £319 £289 at Amazon
For just a tenner more than the console itself you get the Switch’s hottest game of 2020. We expect this one to sell out first. The best we’ve seen this bundle go for in the past was over £300.
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Nintendo Switch (Neon Blue / Red) + Rayman Legends (code) + Sports Party (code) + Monopoly (code) | £279 at Amazon
If you want to pick up the standard Nintendo Switch, this is by far and away the best offer you’ll find for multiple games – it gets you the console and three game codes for the price of the console by itself. A bargain by any other name.

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Nintendo Switch | £280 £269.99 at Amazon
Looking for the standard Nintendo Switch console by itself? This is your cheapest option – it’s £10 less than normal. Yes, we know the listing says it’s £30 cheaper. But don’t believe the hype; Amazon artificially raised the price from the £280 RRP just before Prime Day to make the discount look bigger (yes, this is a thing).

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Nintendo Switch | £279 at Amazon UK
If you just want the console, Amazon has you covered with a deal on the standard Nintendo Switch for £279. Yes, there’s no money off, but it’s been sold out for months meaning scalpers have been grossly overcharging, get it for the proper price while stock lasts.View Deal

Orzly Nintendo Switch Lite Accessories bundle (case, screen protector, headphones, and more) | £50 £20.99 at Amazon
If you’ve just got a Nintendo Switch Lite, this is the perfect starter bundle to go with it – you’re getting a carry case, screen protector, headphones, a USB charger, grip case, and more. It’s really quite generous, especially for just £21.

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Orzly Grip Case (for Nintendo Switch Lite) | £25 £8.42 at Amazon (grey) / £25 £9.99 at Amazon (green set)
To keep your Nintendo Switch Lite safe while you’re playing, the Orzly Grip Case is a fair shake. It’ll stop your console from taking any knocks or bumps if it’s dropped, and that’s ideal if you use it on the go or the system belongs to a younger child.

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PS4 Slim 3-game bundle | £254.99 at Amazon
The PS4 has been sold out for most of this year, so we’d snap this one up while you can if you’ve been meaning to get one. You’re getting Horizon: Zero Dawn (plus the DLC expansion), Uncharted 4 and The Last of Us Remastered -three stone-cold classics.
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Razer Kraken X gaming headset | £50 £29.99 at Amazon UK
A fuss-free headset that’s compatible with everything due to the 3.5mm audio jack, this is still a headset worthy of the Kraken name. It’s got great audio and is supremely comfortable and, at this price particularly, offers great value for money in the headset game.View Deal

ASUS TUF Gaming H3 headset | £50 £34.99 at Amazon UK
A great little budget gaming headset from a quality gaming manufacturer. If you want a bargain of a backup headset or something to see you through until next-gen safely then this is it. Great gift material too.View Deal

Razer Kraken Tournament Edition (Green) | £100 £37.99 at Amazon uk
This is one of our favourite headsets of recent years. The soundcard gives you lots to play with and it’s great with PCs and consoles too, and the audio quality is absolutely of the Kraken standard and means this is still a high-grade headset even after it’s initial release – and certainly at this crazy price. The Black version is on offer too, down to £43.99.View Deal

ASUS ROG Delta RGB gaming headset | £180 £158 at Amazon UK
I’m a big fan of this headset, having worn it for gaming and work for the early part of this year and late last year. The sound is great, the RGB is fun, the design is robust and the software is very useful too. A great PC headset.View Deal

Razer Kraken | £80 £56 at Amazon UK
A premier, no-nonsense quality headset from the specialists in game audio, this. It’s arguably great value at its normal price of £80, let alone with this hefty discount. At under £55 quid, this is  excellent bang for buck for a headset that can have you covered whatever your platform.View Deal

HyperX Cloud X gaming headset for Xbox One | £70 £59.99 at Amazon UK
One of the top-performing ranges from one of the best gaming audio brands. The HyperX Cloud X headset is absolutely worth the investment with this handy discount.View Deal

HyperX Cloud Revolver gaming headset | £140 £94.99 at Amazon UK
The Revolver has studio-grade sound so you can pinpoint your enemies and navigate your way through environments clearly and crisply. The USB audio control offers great flexibility, and with £45 off, this is a handsome deal right now.View Deal

ASUS ROG Swift PG35VQ ultrawide monitor | £2,500 £1,799.99 at Amazon UK
Now is the time to strike if you’ve been after a quality ultra-widescreen gaming monitor: with 700 quid off the RRP of this great ASUS panel, you can have more game – or spreadsheet – in your life than ever before.View Deal

AOC C32G1 curved gaming monitor | £235 £189.99 at Amazon UK
This is a speedster of a gaming monitor offering a 1ms response time and a 144Hz refresh rate. It’ll look glorious too on a 32″ 1080p VA panel. AOC is known for its great quality gaming monitors that offer excellent pictures for smooth gaming and this is one to get on if you value that too.View Deal

AOC 27G2U5/BK gaming monitor | £176 £139.99 at Amazon UK
This is a great gaming monitor that will be best for those that value image quality over a bit of speed, mainly due to its IPS panel. This will offer rich colours and strong contrasts, and great viewing angles. This is such good value for a 27-inch 1080p resolution, it’s tempting to get two for a dual-screen setup…
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Acer Nitro XV340CKP ultrawide monitor | £650 £499.99 at Amazon UK
Ultra-wide monitors can often cost a fortune thus shutting a lot of folk out who just want one mahjor screen for their screen. Not today though! This Acer Nitro 34-inch ultrawide has come down by 150 quid to be wholly affordable. Nice.View Deal

Acer Predator Z35P curved ultrawide monitor | £900 £619.99 at Amazon UK
Acer’s Predator range makes some of the best monitors for gaming around. And this one is no exception. An immersion-enhancing curve gives this ultrawide monitor something extra too. And a saving of £370 to boot. Nice.View Deal

Acer Predator XB273GX monitor | £400 £319.99 at Amazon UK
On the hunt for a super premium 1080p monitor this Prime Day? Then this might be it. Nailing gaming at the Full HD resolution, this Acer monitor has an IPS HDR-enabled panel for excellent image quality, but also a 240Hz refresh rate and 1ms response time for smooth pictures. Most excellent at this price too.View Deal

Acer Nitro VG270Sbmiipx monitor | £250 £199.99 at Amazon UK
Ignoring the letter soup for its name, this Acer Nitro monitor is a solid deal and total bargain at this price. This is also perfect double-screen setup material too with really pacey numbers (165Hz and 2ms) on a FreeSync IPS panel. Very good value.View Deal

Acer Predator XB271HUbmiprz monitor | £700 £480 at Amazon UK
Get 30% off this cracking monitor from the familiar field of Acer’s Predator range. A 1440p panel is on offer here, but one that really packs a premium punch: G-Sync, 165Hz refresh rate, 4ms response time, and an IPS panel.View Deal

HP Omen 27i monitor | £500 £424 at Amazon UK
This 1440p 27-inch monitor is from HP’s new (ish) Omen range of gaming gear and has all the hallmarks of a quality screen. There’s a 1ms response time, G-Sync compatibility, a 165Hz refresh rate and a cool design to boot. A decent chunk off the price here too.View Deal

HP Omen X 25f monitor | £350 £279 at Amazon UK
If you want a fully kitted out 1080p monitor then this could be a great match for you. This 25-inch TN panel has a 1ms response time, a 240Hz refresh rate, is G-Sync Compatible, and has £70 off today. WIn.View Deal

Samsung LC27JG52QQUXEN curved gaming monitor | £300 £199.99 at Amazon UK
Catchy name isn’t it? Beyond that, this is a bargain. A whole 100 quiid off this monitor reduces its price by a third, and you get Samsung TV quality into your PC gaming setup. A 1440p, 144Hz, 4ms gaming beast. Great deal.View Deal

LG Ultragear 27GL83A-B monitor | £431.85 £329.99 at Amazon UK
LG makes some of the finest gaming televisions, so it’s no major surprise that they have translated that into gaming monitors. This one is a 1440p 27″ IPS panel with G-Sync compatibility, a 1ms response time, and a 144Hz refresh rate.View Deal

LG Ultragear 27GL63T monitor | £274.98 £224.99 at Amazon UK
If you fancy a 1080p monitor from the television specialist, LG< then this is a great shout. At a little over 200 quid, this 1080p 27-incher has HDR, a 1ms response time, an IPS panel, and a 144Hz refresh rate too. Perfect for speedy HD gaming.View Deal

LG 29WL50S-B ultrawide monitor | £235 £175.99 at Amazon UK
If you’re after a great value, entry-level ultrawide screen for work, and play then this is a really good deal. For just the £175 mark you can get a 29-inch ultrawide with actual gaming chops too. A few compromises are present but the value is undeniable.

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Razer Viper mouse | £90 £32.99 at Amazon UK
Probably the best ambidextrous gaming mouse out there right now, this is unbelievable value at just over 30 pounds. I used this mouse daily before getting my lefty Naga and it was by far the most comfortable, smoothest, and quickest ambi mouse I’ve used.View Deal

SteelSeries Sensei 310 | £40 £39.99 at Amazon
The Sensei is a borderline-classic gaming brand, and SteelSeries brought it back with the revamped, retooled 310. Fitted with a TrueMove3 12,000 DPI sensor capable of 350 IPS and an ambidextrous grip, it’s a worthy successor to the legacy – especially with 12% off in the Amazon Prime Day sale.

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Corsair M65 ELITE RGB | £60 £39.99 at Amazon
Pitched as an FPS mouse, the Corsair M65 ELITE RGB aims to help you improve your performance in the likes of Call of Duty and beyond. This discount saves you £20 on the mouse, and you’re getting an 18,000 DPI sensor as well as tunable weights for your trouble. A great option for those looking to upgrade.

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Razer Basilisk X mouse | £60 £40.99 at Amazon UK
If you’re after a quality wireless gaming mouse for playing this autumn – or for working too – then the Basilisk X is a great shout. With Razer’s Hyperspeed wireless technology you’ll have little-to-no latency for a wireless rodent and benefit from Razer’s optical sensor and have six programmable buttons at your disposal.View Deal

Razer Basilisk V2 mouse | £80 £47.99 at Amazon UK
A great quality mouse that’s built for first person shooters. The Basilisk V2 features a customisable wheel, a 20,000 DPI Optical sensor and a removable DPI switch giving you plenty of flexibility and sheer speed.View Deal

Logitech G703 LIGHTSPEED | £85 £59.99 at Amazon
Logitech really know what they’re doing when it comes to great gaming mice, and the G703 LIGHTSPEED is no exception. A fantastic wireless gaming mouse that is also superb for home or office use, it provides 16,000 DPI, 400+ IPS,  and 1:1 tracking. It can also support up to 35 hours of continuous play on one charge. Not bad, considering the extensive 43% discount.

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ASUS ROG Gladius II Origin | £80 £55.99 at Amazon
The ROG Gladius II Origin stands out for a couple of reasons, but the gorgeous Aura Sync RGB lighting, push-fit switches, and wireless functionality make it a worthwhile consideration. You’re getting 30% off with this Amazon Prime Day deal, which isn’t bad going at all.

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Razer Cynosa Lite keyboard | £45 £28.99 at Amazon UK
A terrific budget way into gaming keyboards, the Cynosa Lite is a qualioty membrane keyboard that has all the earmarks of Razer’s quality – and of course the RGB goodness that we all know and love. A snip at less than 30 quid.View Deal

Razer BlackWidow Elite keyboard | £180 £75.99 at Amazon UK
This is one of the best gaming keyboard deals of the autumn right here. Amazing value with £104 off one of Razer’s best planks. I use this every day and it’s a blindingly good one. We cannot recommend this enough.View Deal

Razer Huntsman Tournament Edition keyboard | £150 £88.99 at Amazon UK
The Huntsman range are really up there with the BlackWidows as some of Razer’s best gear. The Tournament Edition of this keyboard is a little version of the plank, ditching the numpad, but still offering super-quick Opto-Mechanical Keys and premium keys. Note this is a US layout.
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Corsair K70 RGB MK.2 | £150 £94.99 at Amazon
Corsair is incredibly well known for their best-in-class keyboards, so a discount of 37% (or £55) on one of them isn’t to be passed up. The K70 offers the same aircraft-grade anodised brushed aluminium frame as other Corsair keyboards, but this one features dedicated volume controls, Cherry MX Blue switches for superb gaming and typing, USB pass-through, and a wrist rest as well. Perfect.

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ASUS ROG Strix Scope TKL Deluxe | £140 £111.99 at Amazon
ROG is throwing their hat into the ring with the Strix Scope TKL Deluxe keyboard, and it’s been discounted by 20% for the Amazon Prime Day gaming deals. Designed with FPS gamers in mind, this one is tenkeyless for a smaller form factor. It still has excellent Cherry MX switches, though. ROG keyboards are some of our favourites, so this is worth considering.

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Logitech G502 gaming mouse | £79.99 £47 at Amazon
The G502 is a fantastic mouse for any task. That super-fast 16,000 DPI is great for first-person shooters and the contoured design with thumb-rest is excellent for extended sessions. We really like using the unlockable scroll wheel at work too for fast-scrolling through, super long Excel sheets. I’ve used one every day for the last four years and it’s still going strong.
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Razer BlackWidow Elite gaming keyboard | £174.99 £75.99 at Amazon
This is one of Razer’s best gaming keyboards and that’s a huge £105 discount. With programmable functions and lighting effects and super-responsive keys, this is a great way to upgrade your setup. You’re also getting a built-in wrist rest for extra support.
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Rose Gold DualShock 4 Wireless Controller (PS4) | £49.99 £39.99 at Amazon UK
A £10 saving here is one of the better controller deals for one of the better controllers out there. The Rose Gold DualShock 4 controller looks sleek, and it’s definitely one of the best-looking controllers around.View Deal

Razer Firefly V2 mouse mat | £50 £34.99 at Amazon UK
The best ‘hard’ mouse mat you can get from Razer and quite probably one of their best overall. this is a swish bit of kit, and can now be yours for way less than it usually is.View Deal

Razer Seiren microphone | £190 £87.99 at Amazon UK
The full-blooded Seiren mic is a terrific bit of kit that’s primarily aimed at pro streamers or at east folk aiming to really kit out their streaming setup. With more than 100 quid off its list price, it now comes into a whole different price category and the value here is amazing.View Deal

Razer Seiren X microphone | £100 £55.99 at Amazon UK
I use this microphone an awful lot at home and it’s a cracker. It’s crispness and clarity and compact size go a long way to justify its usual price, but at nearly half price, this is a steal.View Deal

Trust Mantis streaming mic | £34.99 £19.99 at Amazon
That’s a lot of kit for less than £20 and going off the high-user score, probably worth a shot if you want to dip your toe into the world of game streaming without spending much, or if you don’t like using headsets in meeting or online gaming this could be a nice alternative.
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Trust Dominus gaming desk | £149.99 £104.99 at Amazon
Tired of using the kitchen table or that super narrow/shallow old desk? Treat yourself to a desk with some breathing room, with plenty of space for a dual-monitor setup thanks to dimensions measuring 116x75x76cm. Also comes with a hook for your headset and an off-surface drinks holder. A bit much at £150, but the £45 discount and £104.99 Prime Day deal is much more appealing.
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The best early Prime Day deals in the USA

We might still have a few days to go before Prime Day officially begins at 12am PT / 3am ET on Tuesday, October 13 but that doesn’t mean there aren’t some great offers available right now. Some of them don’t require Prime membership, but if you’re not a member and spot one that you do like, we’d advise signing up for a 30-day free trial, you can always cancel it after Prime Day after all.

Amazon Prime Day TV deals – USA

Samsung 43-inch 7 Series 4K TV | $300 $279.99 at Best Buy
Samsung is the best in the business when it comes to TVs, so this offer is pretty eye-catching. Although it’s not as high-quality as the company’s QLED range, this 43-inch panel is still a great choice.View Deal

Toshiba 55-inch Fire TV | $449.99 $299.99 at Amazon
That’s arguably the best value TV deal we’ve seen on Prime Day. $300 for a 55-inch $K smart TV is exceptional value, especially one with the Fire TV/Alexa experience built-in in along with a voice-remote. Naturally, it comes with Prime Video, Hulu, Netflix, Disney Plus, and more options. Amazon has knocked money off the 43 and 50-inch models too that are also great picks if 55-inch is too big.
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LG 55-inch OLED55CXPUA 4K TV | $1999.99 $1596.99 at Amazon
Originally costing $2000 on release, this is the best price we’ve ever seen thanks to the $403 discount. Saving 20% on an OLED TV of this caliber is a rare sight for sure. With a 120Hz 4K display this is arguably the best TV for next-gen consoles.
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Samung 55-inch 8K QLED TV (QN55Q900RBFXZA) | $3,498 $2,297.99 at Dell
This deal gets you a very respectable screen with 8K HDR capabilities, all for hundreds less than the list price – that’s a real win, particularly when going 8K is a good way to future-proof yourself moving forward.View Deal

Samsung 65-inch curved TU8300 4K TV | $748 $677.99 at Amazon
For those looking for a curved screen, then this is one of the best deals we’ve seen for a little while. 65-inch of any type of television is great value but for a cruved one – they often demand a little bit of an added premium still – this is excellent value.View Deal

Sony 65-inch X750H series 4K TV | $1,000 $698 at Amazon
This is an excellent deal! That price for most 65-inch 4K televisions would be worth considering, but given that this is Sony -levels of quality, this is an awesome deal. The kind of deal that’s so tempting even if it’s just for a second or third TV for the home…View Deal

Sony 65-inch X900H Series 4K TV | $1,600 $999.99 at Best Buy
Yup, it will have that Sony premium on the price tag but if any televisions go a way to justifying their price, it’s Sony’s ones. This is a supremely quality, large 4K TV set which will be great for games and entertainment alike, and it has a handy $600 off.View Deal

Hisense 75-inch H65 Series 4K TV | $1,000 $749.99 at Best Buy
An absolute bargain for 75-inches of solid 4K TV. This will fill a wall and not break the bank for the size of the screen you’re getting. While it often pays to look at the more ‘premium’ brands at this size, Hisense has made a great niche for itself by offering good quality TVs for value-busting prices so this is worth a look if you want to stretch your budget.View Deal

Sony 75-inch 4K LED TV (75X800H) | $1,798 $1,398 at Dell
A premium 75-incher from Sony. This will cost a bit more but the quality from Sony’s rich history in creating some of the best TVs comes to the fore with this panel. You won’t look back.View Deal

Hisense 75-inch H65 Series 4K TV | $1,000 $749.99 at Best Buy
An absolute bargain for 75-inches of solid 4K TV. This will fill a wall and not break the bank for the size of the screen you’re getting. While it often pays to look at the more ‘premium’ brands at this size, Hisense has made a great niche for itself by offering good quality TVs for value-busting prices so this is worth a look if you want to stretch your budget.View Deal

Amazon Prime Day laptop deals – USA

ASUS VivoBook (11.6″) | $289.99 on Amazon
We’ll be very lucky indeed if we can get a laptop at this price or less during the Amazon Prime Day laptop sales. This currently-active offer gets you a device with 64GB of storage and 4GB of RAM. That means it’s only for light work use, but if you want something cheap and cheerful, you could do a lot worse. View Deal

ASUS VivoBook (15.6″) | $599 $479.99 at Best Buy
This is a currently-active offer that’ll be the sort of deal to expect during the Amazon Prime Day laptop sales. You’re getting a 15.6-inch screen to go with over 500GB of lightning-fast SSD storage, making the $479 price a real bargain.View Deal

HP Spectre x360 15-inch laptop | $1,499 $1,349.99 at HP
This was over $1600 last week before getting knocked down to $1349 and now it’s even lower. A fantastic series of savings on HP’s premium end laptop is certainly a tempting proposition. The Spectre x360 can do it all too: crunch through work task, be a central home hub, and also provide a solid portable gaming experience with that GTX 1650 Ti graphics card. Nice.View Deal

Gigabyte AERO 15 OLED laptop | $2,200 $1,771 at Amazon
This is a worthy investment for a creator, graphic designer, and gamer. If you straddle these areas of hobby and interest, then this AERO laptop with its 4K screen and 2060 graphics card are well placed to serve you.View Deal

2020 Apple MacBook Air: $999 $949 at Amazon
Discounts of any order on this year’s MacBook Air are a rare thing, so we’d give this one some serious thought if you’ve been looking to give the most important device in your home office a serious upgrade. This is for the 256GB SSD version, but you’ll find $99 has been knocked off the 512GB model, bringing it down to $1199 if you need the extra space.View Deal

MacBook Pro 16-inch: $2,399 $2,099 at Amazon
If you need some serious power under the hood of your laptop though, the MacBook Pros are the way to go. Generally favored by creatives in media editing, the Pro can handle pretty much anything you can throw at it thanks to the 6-core i7 processor and 16GB of RAM. Storage isn’t an issue either with a speedy 512GB SSD inside. Don’t miss this chance to save $200 in this Prime Day deal.
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Amazon Prime Day tech deals – USA

Amazon Echo Show 5 | $89.99 $44.99 for (Prime members only) at Amazon
If you’re looking to step up your smart home game, this is a great place to start, or even continue: a lovely touchscreen display powered by Alexa that can act as something as simple as a clock but with so much more besides. View Deal

iPad (2020) | $329 $299 at Amazon
Apple’s latest entry-level iPad has only been out a few weeks so we’d snap up any discount and $30 off already is great offer. The new iPad has a 10.2-inch Retina display and the A12 Bionic chip making it a seriously fast device for multitasking and gaming.
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iPad Mini 64GB | $399 $336 at Amazon
This is a much more appealing price for the latest iPad Mini. We’d generally go for this one over the regular-sized iPad around this price-range as you’re getting double the storage at 64GB which will let you get plenty of games and media files installed.
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iPad Pro 11-inch | $799 $749.99 at Amazon
Need a larger screen or a boost in power for editing images and video. Then the iPad Pro is the way to go and you can save $50 today on the 11-inch 2020 model with 128GB of storage. There’s also $50 off the 256GB version.
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Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 | 45mm | Silver, Bronze, and Black | Fitness tracking | Health monitor | $429.99 $399.99 at Amazon
The 45mm version of Samsung’s best smartwatch comes with additional battery life. The rest is the same as the smaller version, offering Bluetooth, LTE, GPS, and a range of other high-end features found in competitor watches. Or if you’re in the UK, it’s £374 at Amazon today.View Deal

Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 | 41mm | Silver, Bronze, and Black | Fitness tracking | Health monitor | $399.99 $369.99 at Amazon
The smaller of the Watch 3 sizes is also the cheapest on offer here, but that doesn’t mean it’s the worse model. In fact, basically everything else about the Watch 3 is identical, bar slightly less battery life due to its smaller size. View Deal

Apple Watch Series 3 (Silver or Space Grey) | 38mm | GPS | $199 $169 at Amazon
The Apple Watch Series 3 is a fantastic first smartwatch that can also be a great upgrade from older versions of the Watch or Android-powered devices. It comes in silver or space grey with either white or black Sports Bands.View Deal

Apple Watch Series 3 (Silver or Space Grey) | 42mm | GPS | $229 $199 at Amazon
If you have a slighter bigger wrist, this is the version for you: 4mm isn’t a world of difference, but it definitely shows. This is one of the cheapest prices we’ve ever seen for this version, too.View Deal

Amazon Echo (4th-gen) | $99.99 at Amazon
The new Amazon Echo is one of the most complete rethinks offered by the company for one of its best devices, tying together a variety of smart home elements into a classy design, with improved voice recognition and speakers to boot. Pre-orders are open now and if you’re quick you can get one with a free Philips Hue bulb that you can activate via voice command on this Echo speaker.
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Amazon Echo Dot | $49.99 at Amazon
Like the Echo, the Dot benefits from many of the tweaks Amazon has managed to cram into the spherical design but for a lower price. Rest assured, Alexa is still just as capable, making this a bit of a smart home bargain. If you fancy picking up two of them, you can save $20 with this coupon code: DOT2PACK.View Deal

Echo Dot | $49.99 $18.99 at Amazon
Amazon has just made the Echo Dot cheaper than ever before. It’s clearly clearing out and discontinuing this popular flat-shaped Echo Dot smart speaker for when the new spherical version arrives at the end of the month. You’ve no excuse at this price, this is a red hot Prime Day deal that will surely sell out before the sale finishes.View Deal

Amazon Echo Spot $129.99 $89.98 at Amazon
Update: Amazon has put the price of a single unit back up at the moment, but you can still get two for $149.98 with the code. The diminutive Echo Spot smart speaker with a display is perfect for bedside tables or home-office desks. Or better yet, how about both. Use the coupon code ECHOSPOT2PK at checkout to get a pair of them for just £149.98.
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Instant Pot Duo 7-in-1 cooker | $99.95 $79 at Amazon
Got a small kitchen or just don’t like having too many devices in the cupboards? Then it’s time you checked out a super popular Instant Pot. This multi-use device can be used as a pressure cooking, sterilizer, slow cooker, Saute, rice cooker, steaming, or making yogurt.View Deal

Shark ION robot vacuum: $219.99 $149.99 at Amazon
Take a load off and let your very own robot vacuum cleaner keep your floors clean across hard and carpeted surfaces. We’ve never seen this go for less and it should easily be able to get everything done thanks to its two-hour runtime.
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Amazon Prime Day audio deals – USA

Apple AirPods Pro | White | Wireless Charging Case | $249 $199 at Amazon
The AirPods Pro are great if you need small wireless earbuds for runs, walks, and whatever else; they’re perfectly designed with surprisingly good sound for their size, plus deep iPhone compatibility. Don’t miss this discounted price which is the lowest price yet.
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AirPods (wired charging case) | $159 $129 at Amazon
Looking for the vest value Airpods? It’s hard to argue with $129 for these today at Amazon with a $30 discount. This version comes with the wired charging case. See below for a wireless option.View Deal

AirPods (wireless charging case) | $199 $159.99 at Amazon
If you can afford to spend a bit more, the wireless charging case version of the AirPods is a good shout thanks to the added convenience of being able to put recharge on a wireless charger. Otherwise, the AirPods themselves are the same.
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Beats Solo Pro | $299.99 $199.99 at Best Buy
This super $100 discount serves as a great reminder that it’s not just Amazon vying for your money right now. Best Buy is unbeatable with this massive saving. You can get this same deal on a range of different color options too. A superb price for a lovely pair of wireless noise-canceling headphones.
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Amazon Prime Day gaming deals – USA

Nintendo Switch (Neon Blue / Red) | $299.99 at Amazon US
If you just want the console, Amazon has you covered with a deal on the standard Nintendo Switch for $299.99. Yes, there’s no money off, but it’s been sold out for months meaning scalpers have been grossly overcharging, get it for the proper price while stock lasts.View Deal

Logitech G502 SE Hero | $80 $49.96 at Amazon
Logitech tends to dominate best mouse lists thanks to their excellent and very user-friendly technology, so the G502 getting such a massive discount is worthy of note. This one offers a 16,000 DPI sensor, 11 customizable buttons, adjustable weight, and mechanical switch button tensioning. Marvellous.View Deal

Official 4TB Xbox Seagate HDD | $149.99 $104.99 at Amazon
Don’t miss a rare $35 saving on this official USB external Xbox One hard drive. With this drive, you’ll be able to play older games on your new Series X straight away without having to re-download them.View Deal

EPOS Sennheiser GSP 300 | $99.95 $82 at Amazon
You have to go a fair way to beat Sennheiser audio quality, and the GSP 300 is one of the most affordable ways into that. With a further lowering of its price through this reduction, you’re getting some of the best audio for a great price.View Deal

Corsair Void RGB Elite USB | $80 $59.99 at Amazon
Corsair have enough pedigree in gaming headsets to make picking up any of them a solid choice. Getting one for a whole quarter less than the list price, however, is tremendous value, and the Void RGB Elite is a great choice for PC gamers. Small note: this is not the wireless version, so still uses a wired USB connection to provide that tremendous noise.View Deal

Bengoo V-4 (Blue) | Wired| Console and PC support | $79.99 $28.98 at Amazon
With a saving of over $50, these Bengoo gaming headphones are pretty unmissable if you want some peace and quiet when immersed in a game. They’re not as feature-rich as items on our best gaming headset guide, but they’ll more than get the job done . Buying in the UK? Grab them for £23 from AmazonView Deal

There have been a few Amazon sales and deals events running already recently, although nothing on the scale of Prime Day of course. And this page is also the spot where we’ll be listing all of the best Prime Day deals on the day itself too, so feel free to bookmark us for the day itself on…

When is Prime Day 2020?

The big event usually takes place at some point within the first two weeks of July. Amazon waited until the end of September to finally confirm the official dates. This year, Amazon Prime day will take place at 00:01 October 13 and end at 23:59 October 14. That’s right, buckle up for 48 hours of Prime Day deals again, folks. That’s the latest Amazon Prime Day ever, and way too close to Black Friday for our wallet’s liking in all honesty.

It’s one heck of a delay, but the surge in online demand from March this year saw Amazon really struggle, globally, to meet demand and ship deliveries on time, even for Prime members. So Prime Day (traditionally Amazon’s biggest sales event of the year, even over Black Friday and Cyber Monday), would be almost impossible for it to pull off in the summer. Not to mention the impact on product supply has no doubt been affected by Coronavirus with factory closures and lockdowns in countries around the world.

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Is October a good time for Prime Day?

We think August would have been much better as it would have left a nice gap before the peak Christmas season kicks in. Instead, Prime Day this year is set to be the starting whistle on that busy shopping season and we don’t expect retailers to let up until that last shipping day before Christmas.

Is Prime Day 2020 a two-day event again?

Yes, Amazon Prime Day 2020 will be a 48-hour bonanza once again. In all honesty, we’re just glad it’s not grown into a week-long event – we’ve got to sleep at some point after all in-between all the deal hunting.

Do you have to be an Amazon Prime member?

Yes. Unlike regular sales events, Prime Day deals are reserved for Amazon Prime members. Never been a Prime member before? Then you could always time the free trial period to coincide with the big event, which will give you full access. 

Prime membership is actually a great value option though, that you might want to keep anyways. You get faster delivery, exclusive deals, access to the Prime Video streaming service, and more. You can sign up for free trials, monthly subscriptions (quit any time you like), or save a few bucks with a year-long deal if you like.

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What deals can we expect on Prime Day 2020?

First and foremost, Amazon’s own devices get the absolute best deals on Prime Day. We’re talking Echo speakers, Fire Tablets, Kindles, Fire TV Sticks, and more. Sure they get regular discounts throughout the year, but even the cheapest items like the ever-popular Echo Dot Alexa-enabled smart speaker went down past its previous cheapest price of around $30/£30 to a ridiculously hot $22/£22. If you’re after any sort of Amazon device, Prime Day is a great time to buy. Amazon recently announced some brand new Echo speakers, but the release dates are after Prime Day, but hopefully, we’ll see some pre-order price drops on them.

TVs, wireless headphones, smartwatches, fitness trackers, Instant Pot cookers, power tools, robo vacuums, smart lighting, and more all got some fantastic discounts. If you are in the market for headphones, we often see models highlighted in our best headphones guide get some decent offers, so it’s well worth checking for them on the day, or let us do it for you of course!

Here at GamesRadar though, you’d expect we had our eye out for Prime Day gaming deals and you’d be right. The thing is, Prime Day’s always a bit disappointing for gaming.

Prime Day’s gaming deals tend to focus on accessories. Headsets got a decent run last year, with the Razer Kraken Tournament Edition getting a sweet 38% discount. The official Magma Red DualShock PS4 controller price was knocked down to $44. Kingdom Hearts 3 was over 50% off in the UK and US.

Console deals were nothing particularly exciting, the main highlights being a PS4 Pro with God of War and Days gone for $350 and a PS4 Slim with Horizon, Last of Us and Uncharted 4 for £220 – currently on offer at £254.99 by the way.

If you’ve been trying to pick up a decent console deal lately you’ve no doubt noticed it’s slim pickings out there, to say the least. With more people staying at home either due to lockdown, shelter-in-place, or common sense over the last few months, console demand has skyrocketed. Bad news for lower prices when stock alone is like gold dust. Buyers are snapping them up at standard prices and even inflated ones from third-party merchants, so you can forget about any big discounts later this year if stock hasn’t recovered. And we would have been hoping for some tasty offers given the PS5 and Xbox Series X are coming in November.

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Do other stores have Prime Day sales?

Absolutely. In the US, we saw Walmart, Best Buy, and eBay all really go for it last year with a lot of price matching going on and some strong picks in the electronics departments, TVs especially.

Similar scenes in the UK, with Currys, in particular, rocking some strong deals. We’re particularly excited to see if ebuyer dust off its cheeky Optimus Day again. It’s probably a bit much to see John Lewis or Argos go for a Megatron Day though.

Generally, other stores know Prime Day creates a lot of buzz and people save up for the event and are generally in a mood to splash a bit of cash. And unlike Amazon’s sale, you don’t have to be a paid member to take advantage of the deals at these other stores.

We will of course be keeping an eye on these other stores and bringing you any highlights too. And if any of Amazon’s deals are available for less elsewhere, we’ll let you know where those thunder-stealing bargains are as well.

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