Prime Day UK deals: last remaining deals on Amazon

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Amazon—the best deals right now
These are the best deals you can still get on Prime Day in the UK. If you see something you like, you should absolutely pick it up, because it may not be on sale in a couple of weeks.

***Update: Amazon Prime Day is over. Here's what you missed***

There are only a couple of hours left of the Prime Day deals in the UK. Anyone looking to bag a bargain on a new PC, laptop, SSD or just a handful of games, well, now is the time to visit Amazon because the sale ends at midnight. There are still heaps of deals up for grabs, especially if you're looking for a new headset, keyboard, or mouse. Just remember to sign into your Amazon Prime account, or you won't get access to any of the Prime Day deals. If you haven't signed up? Well, there's a 30-day free trial, but you'd better hurry.

The best Prime Day deals for PC are centred on peripherals, as most of the top laptops and PCs have sold out. You can grab a Samsung 860 EVO 1TB SSD for less than £100, which is the best ever price. If you only buy one thing on Prime Day to upgrade your gaming PC, we'd absolutely recommend that. In terms of games, you can still get Assassin's Creed Odyssey Deluxe Edition for £20, which is a saving of 70% on the normal price. It's a fantastic game, and well worth it at that price. Check out all the remaining Prime Day PC deals below, and make sure you buy whatever you need before midnight, which is when Prime Day ends.

Here is a link to the US version of our Amazon PC deals

Here is a link to the Australian version

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Best deals now

Samsung 860 EVO 1TB SSD | £100 (save £163)
So, no, you'd never pay £260 for a 1TB Samsung EVO, but £100 is the cheapest we've ever seen and that's what Amazon is offering now.View Deal

HyperX Alloy Elite | £81 (save £69)
A quality gaming keyboard for about a third off its RRP. That's a great deal enabling you to get your hands on one of the best in the business, and one of our favourites of last year.View Deal

Logitech C920 Pro webcam | £25 (was £85)
You save a massive £60 on this webcam, which handles 1080p streaming with ease, at 30fps. Not pro-grade, sure, but a great price for this.View Deal

Corsair M1100 Qi wireless charging mouse mat | £37 (save 50%)
This is an excellent deal on one of the best mouse pads you can buy. It brings wireless charging, and you can pick it up for half price right now.View Deal

ASUS TUF FX505GM | £779 (save £520)
A great price for 1 144Hz IPS gaming laptop with Nvidia 1060 graphics and a six-core Intel CPU, plus both a 256GB SSD and 1TB HDD.View Deal

ASUS Dual GeForce GTX 1660 Ti OC Edition | 6GB | 1,830MHz | £226 (save £74)  

Clocked up to 1,830MHz and based on Nvidia's fastest not-RTX chipset, this Asus board offers killer bang for your buck. The perfect partner for a 1080p or 1440p gaming panel.  View Deal

PC games

Assassin's Creed Origins Deluxe Edition | £20 (save £45)
Get 75% off Origins at checkout, when you buy the Deluxe Edition. It's an older Creed but still well worth buying at this price.View Deal

Ghost Recon Wildlands Ultimate Edition | £30 (save £54)
You get a hell of a lot of Ghost Recon here, and save 65% at checkout. Well worth it if you're yet to sample this open-world shooter. Save at checkout.View Deal

Star Wars Battlefront 2 | £5 (save 85%)
Yes, it had issues with loot boxes, but Battlefront 2 is a different game now, and at £5 it's well worth a look. Save the money at checkout.View Deal

Watch Dogs 2 | £10 (save 80%)
A surprisingly decent open-world game at a very tempting price. Normally £50, you now get this one for a tenner. Well worth a look. Save at checkout.View Deal

Gaming monitors

ASUS ROG Swift PG279Q gaming monitor | £625 (save £101)
This is an exceptional price for a 4K monitor. It's an IPS panel, has a 4ms response time, and comes with G-sync enabled.View Deal

Acer Predator XB321HK gaming monitor | 27" | IPS | 4K ready | £520 (save £230)
It's a stand out deal for a reason. This is just a great 4K monitor that will give you some of the best pictures money can buy, and on a terrific IPS panel.

Acer Predator XB271HUbmiprz monitor | 27" IPS | 1440p |  165Hz | 4ms | £480 (save £220)
This is a good price for a high-quality IPS model. It hits the swet spot, we think, for gaming, with fast response and refresh rates while resisting the temptation to jump up to 4K and staying at a delightful 1440p resolution.View Deal

HP Omen monitor | 24.5" TN | 1080p | 144Hz | 1ms | £195 (save £55)
Another great option if you;re on the look out for a budget gaming monitor. This HP panel will serve you very well for the speedy multiplayer games and battle royales that prevail at the moment while looking crisp in HD.View Deal

AOC AGON AG352UCG6 | £730 (save £78)
A high-at-first-glance pricetag perhaps but extra budget will add more time and durability to your options. And this AOC is such a model, perfectly placed with a widescreen 1440p resolution, 120Hz refresh rate and a 4ms response time.View Deal

ASUS MG279Q | £470 (save £40)
This is a fine 1440p IPS panel gaming monitor with a 4ms response time 144HZ refresh rate and FreeSync to improve your picture. A little money off now too to sweeten the deal.

ASUS VG248QE gaming monitor| £200 (save £44)
This is our favourite gaming monitor for smaller budgets and also our favourite monitor for purely 1080p gaming. Coming in at under the 2000-pounds mark makes this a great deal. Perhaps even better as a quality second monitor.

Samsung LU28H750UQUXEN 28-Inch 4K Ultra HD monitor | £260 (save £70)
This QLED monitor features 1ms response time and a 4K display. It's got a 60Hz refresh rate, but it might be a good fit if you want 4K on a budget. View Deal

Samsung LU32H850UMUXEN 32-Inch 4K Ultra HD monitor | £355 (save £165)
You're only getting a 60Hz refresh rate on this 3840 x 2160 monitor, but if you're after size rather than specs, that's a steep discount.  View Deal

SSDs and HDDs

Samsung 860 EVO 1TB | £100 (save 62%)
Our top SSD for gaming, in terms of speed vs value, is down to less than £100. That's the cheapest we've seen it in the UK, and a steal at this price.View Deal

WD Black 500GB NVMe M.2 SSD | £105 (save £24)
A fairly hefty saving on this SSD, which ranks as our second favourite you can get for gaming. View Deal

Samsung 970 Pro 512GB | £134 (save 52%)
Saving you half price on this Samsung SSD is going to be hard to beat even once Prime Day starts properly. A truly excellently fast M.2 SSD with exceptional durability rated to have 300TB of writes.View Deal

Gigabyte UD Pro 512GB SSD | £62 (save £37)
A mid-range SSD in all respects—performance and speed. However it is very attractively priced and would certainly suit a fist-timer PC gaming rig or a secondary machine.View Deal

Sandisk SSD Plus 240GB | £43 (save 39%)
Cheap and cheerful, this smaller SSD from Sandisk is now £46 less than the retail price. It's small storage, but if you're on a budget, you're getting a great deal.View Deal

WD Black SN750 250GB| £63.50 (save 23%)
This is a brilliant NVMe model and if you're budget is under 100 quid, then odds on you'll end up buying this. Really solid timings as well as decent monitoring software make this a strong contender.View Deal

WD Blue 2TB | £280 (save £280)
On the pricier end of the scale but it offers mega capacity at a reasonably price all things considered. The gigabyte-to-pound ratio is strong in this one.View Deal

Graphics cards

You won’t get very far without the best graphics cards; they’re a linchpin that make modern games the eye-catching beauties they are. Even though there are a staggering number of GPUs around (to say nothing of rival brands, variants, and the capacity for 1080p or 4K) there are some on offer now, even before Amazon’s event starts.

ASUS Dual GeForce GTX 1660 Ti OC Edition | 6GB | 1,830MHz

Clocked up to 1,830MHz and based on Nvidia's fastest not-RTX chipset, this Asus board offers killer bang for your buck. The perfect partner for a 1080p or 1440p gaming panel. View Deal

Asus Dual Geforce RTX 2080 8GB OC Edition | £620 (save £270)
A beast of a card but offering a healthy discount to boot. This Asus GPU brings a variant of nearly the best graphics card of them all dangerously close to the 600 quid mark and very tempting indeed.View Deal

MSI AMD Radeon RX 570 Armor 8G | £160 (save £108)
We're really big fans of the AMD cards as they can offer exceptional value for money. This one is no different and the discount exaggerates this further. Great for a 1080p gaming on a  budget.View Deal

EVGA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti XC Black Gaming 6GB | £250 (save £30)
dOne of the newest kids on the block but it went straight into our high regards as it offers a newer alternative and slightly upward improvement on the 1060 cards.View Deal

Asus Strix RX Vega 56 O8G Gaming | £310 (save £380)
While the extraordinary saving here is off an original list price this is still an excellent bang for buck deal particular if you're gaming in the 1440p realm. View Deal

Gaming keyboards

Corsair K95 RGB mechanical gaming keyboard | £126 (save £59)
Our favourite gaming keyboard at a far cheaper price than normal. It's north of 100 quid so will feel like a considerable investment - but it is just that. A big keyboard with all the features from RGB aesthetics to a whole host of designated extra controls. Excellent.

HyperX Alloy Elite | £81 (save £69)
If the K95 isn't for you, our second choice of keyboard is the HyperX Alloy Elite, and it's a fantastic mechanical plank. You save £35 on Amazon Prime Day.View Deal

Razer Blackwidow Elite gaming keyboard | £122 (save £58)
A quality mechanical keyboard for a bit less this prime day. It'll brighten up your setup as well as add a genuinely fast and responsive keyboard to ensure your gaming inputs are as speedy as they come.View Deal

Logitech G910 Orion Spectrum RGB Mechanical Keyboard | £75 on Amazon (save £85)
This keyboard offers a fast response time compared to other mechanical keyboards and you can customise its look with the snazzy RGB lighting.View Deal

Gaming mice

Corsair M65 Elite gaming mouse | £40 (save £20)
This is a great gaming mouse, and now comes in at a tantalising price. The M65 gets you an 18,000 DPI Optical Sensor, some funky RGB lighting, and adjustable weights to make it just right for you.View Deal

Razer Deathadder Elite gaming mouse | £41 (save £29)
We called it our best gaming mouse for shooters, and here it is at a very reasonable price, about one pound short of its all-time low.

Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum | £33 on Amazon (save £37)
Add some colour to your gaming set-up with 'breathing light patterns' and the 11 programmable buttons will probably be useful too.View Deal

Gaming headsets

Razer Kraken Tournament Edition headset | £63 (save 35%)
Save yourself a massive £36 on this excellent gaming headset, one of the best for PC gaming. It's got superb 7.1 sound, and an in-line control.View Deal

Corsair Void Pro RGB wireless gaming headset | £70 (save £35)
If you're a bit fed up of your headset being tethered to your machine then this great wireless headset from Corsair is for you. Its a saving of 20 percent and get s you comfort, connectivity, audio quality and a stylish design, all in one.View Deal

SteelSeries Arctis 7 Wireless Gaming Headset | £93 (save £35)
This wireless headset provides lossless audio, zero interference, and a great gaming mic.View Deal

SteelSeries Arctis Pro Wireless Gaming Headset | £205 (save £75)
Enjoy 2.4G wireless lossless audio with this gaming headset.View Deal

Gaming laptops

When the Amazon Prime Day PC deals begin, this is where you’ll find the best laptop offers. It’s a good time to invest; the best gaming laptops are usually a bit pricey, so Prime Day discounts make them much more affordable. Just remember to move fast. These reductions don’t always last long, and that’s to say nothing of them going out of stock. Here’s a few that have caught our eye already that are offering decent deals before Prime Day begins in earnest next week.

ASUS ROG Zephyrus G GA502DU | GTX 1660 Ti | 15.6-inch 1080p 120Hz | AMD Ryzen R7 | 512GB NVMe | £999 (save £200)  
Thanks to an AMD CPU (it's actually AMD's fastest quad-core mobile processor), this Asus portable is remarkably affordable, despite packing Nvidia GTX 1660 Ti graphics and a hefty 512GB NVMe SSD, not to mention an IPS panel with 120Hz refresh. What a package.

ASUS TUF FX505GM-AL279T | 15.6" 1080p | i7-8750H | GTX 1060 | 8GB RAM | 256GB + 1TB HDD | £780 (save £520)
Save more than a third on this well-balanced and nicely specced gaming laptop. The specs might not blow your socks off at first glance, but getting that much power in a portable machine for that price is excellent value.

ASUS TUF FX705GM-EW019T | 17.3" 60Hz | Core i7-8750H | GTX 1060 | £930 (save £371)
This might have extraordinarily mind-blowing specs, but it's pricetag is attractive nearly a third off) and it will still serve you well enough to play all the latest games at good levels of graphical fidelity.View Deal

ASUS ROG Strix HERO GL504GV | 15.6" 144Hz | Core i7-8750H | RTX 2060 | £1,450 (save £109)
This is a healthy saving of about a quarter on a very capable gaming laptop. Packing an RTX 2060 graphics card and getting on the good side of 1500 quid are two reasons why this is a good deal.View Deal

HP Omen 15 gaming laptop | i7-8750H | GTX 1060 | 8GB RAM | 256 SSD + 1TB HDD | £999 (save £300)
A healthy saving off a solid gaming laptop. It's offering pretty good value given you;l be able to play all the latest games at good fidelity while also bagging that portable power factor too.View Deal

Gaming pre-built PCs

Want to dive into PC gaming without the hassle of building your own rig? No problem—the best gaming PCs come ready-made and prepared. This saves you the fuss of figuring out which components you need, gets you a machine built by pros, and it also means you can upgrade later as and when you see fit. We’ve listed the current top offers for these pre-built machines here (there's not many...yet).

Corsair One i160 | i9-9900K | RTX 2080Ti | 32GB RAM | 480GB M.2 SSD + 2TB HDD | £3,059 (save £341)
This remains a seriously capable, do-anything machine that will tide you over for the many years. Just look at those headline specs.

Gaming accessories

Logitech C920 Pro webcam | £25 (was £85)
A fantastic webcam, with the ability to stream 30fps at 1080p resolution. And with a whopping £60 off, this is an absolute bargain.View Deal

Corsair M1100 Qi wireless charging mouse mat | £37 (save 50%)
If you're looking for the ultimate mouse pad, and need something to charge your wireless pointer... this has 50% off on Prime Day and is well worth grabbing.View Deal

Seagate 8TB External HDD | £110 (save £70)
Get this external HDD and (surely) all your storage needs will be met. This gargantuan hard drive is a relative steal at this price and will provide another backup point for all your important data and game saves.View Deal

Elgato Game Capture 4K60 Pro | £252 (save £108)
One of our favourite capture cards has a big old axe taken to its price tag here. It might not do 4K but maintaining a solid 60fps at 720p is still respectable for such a reliable card for amateur and pro alike.View Deal

Other tech

It is not just PC related stuff going on sale during the Amazon Prime Day deals in 2019, and you'll be able to save big in loads of other areas from 4K TVs to smart home tech to retro consoles and...the Instant Pot cooker. We've picked out a few non-PC highlights here.

Samsung T5 1TB portable SSD | £158 on Amazon (save £200)
Weighing in at just under 50g, this portable SSD is lightweight and compact with transfer speeds nearly 5 times faster than a regular external HDD.View Deal

Phillips Hue Ambience starter kit | £118 on Amazon (save £32)
Get some reactive, dynamic mood lighting going with this dramatically discounted starter set. Hue is compatible with Razer Chroma if you already have an RGB setup.

Amazon Echo Dot (3rd gen) | £22 (save £28)
Not strictly a PC part, but it's something cool to have in your home. And at £22 it's tough to refuse, so you should snap one up during Prime Day.View Deal

Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K | £25 (was £50)
Save yourself 50% on the Fire TV Stick 4K edition. Again, not really PC tech, but if you need something to plug into your TV and play streaming services, this is it.View Deal

Instant Pot Duo V2 7-in-1 Electric Pressure Cooker | £100 (save £70)
If you're looking for something non-PC gaming-related, PCG's Tim Clark swears by this cooking instrument, going as far as recommending this recipe to go with it.View Deal

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Amazon Prime Day PC deals UK - how long do they last?

The official start date for the Amazon Prime Day deals is July 15 at 12am, which is a Monday. Ouch, you need to sat an alarm clock to get those bargains. The sale event runs until midnight on Tuesday July 16, so you get 48 hours of deals for the UK. During that time, the deals are always split into two different categories: Prime Day Deals and Lightning Deals.

Regular Prime Day Deals will last for the full 48 hours (or until the item has completely sold out of stock, which does happen pretty frequently). While they're easier to get, the best Prime Day Deals sell out, so if you see something you really, really want it's best to just buy it right at the start of the event. Don't forget that you can always send the item back if you change your mind.

Lightning Deals are timed offers that begin and end at certain times. So, you'll have about 2-3 hours to buy something at a specific price before it returns to normal, or before stock runs out completely. These are the ones you need to watch out for, and can offer amazing value, but stock is always limited for Lightning Deals. You can watch for specific Lightning Deals, as you get about four hours warning before each one starts. Here's what the Lightning Deals page looks like. These will run throughout Prime Day.

Amazon Prime Day PC deals - Is Prime Day just Amazon?

No, actually. While Amazon Prime Day is the name of the event itself, most other online retailers like to take advantage of the fact people are looking to spend money on tech. That's why you see retailers like Argos, Currys, AO and loads more having their own sales—all great news if you're looking to buy something PC related, as you just get a bunch more sites to choose from. We'll be keeping an eye on all online retailers with sales around Prime Day, and calling out the best PC gaming deals wherever we find them.

And while Prime Day is a 48 hour sale, some other retailers are likely to offer savings all week, and maybe even beforehand, so you'll have loads of opportunities to pick up a bargain. We've already seen the likes of AO and Currys trying to spoil Amazon's party by having big summer sales, so you never know where you're going to find the next big deal or what will be on offer.

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Amazon Prime Day PC deals - Do I need a Prime subscription?

To take advantage of Prime Day you have to be a Prime member. But if you're not, you can still take advantage of the deals by signing up for a free 30-day trial. You won't need to pay the £79/year fee and you'll still get the deals. On some deals though, the discount you get will pay for the Prime membership itself, so you might want to take a wait-and-see approach.

Prime gives you free delivery on all Amazon goods while you hold the membership, and you get access to Prime Video, which is nice. It isn't Netflix nice, but it's just fine. Black Sails is on there, which is badass.

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