Amazon Prime Day is officially over for another year, but some great PS5 deals are still available for those who missed the main sales period.
Prime Day is usually a great time to pick up an excellent gaming deal and, while this year's offering wasn't quite what we hoped, we have seen a bunch of discounts on PS5 games, PS5 accessories and even official PS5 hardware (which is rarely a guarantee).
- Browse the latest PS5 sales at Amazon US (opens in new tab)
- View all the latest PS5 offers at Amazon UK (opens in new tab)
Unfortunately, Amazon didn't roll out a PS5 restock and we didn't see any discounts at the retailer for the PS5 console itself. The latter case might have been a spot of wishful thinking on our part, though. If you're in the US and still on the hunt for a console, however, you can request an invite to the next PS5 restock (opens in new tab) to make sure you don't miss when stock becomes available again.
If you are lucky enough to already own Sony's coveted console, then it's worth taking advantage of the remaining discounts on PS5 games or accessories that will take your PlayStation experience to the next level.
So make sure to check out the PS5 deals still available today just below.
Prime Day PS5 deals in the US
PS5: request an invite to the next PS5 restock (opens in new tab) | request invite for Horizon bundle (opens in new tab)
Amazon has completely changed how it handles PS5 restocks in the US - and we're hopeful it will be available again over Prime Day. Right now, you can request an invitation to buy the PS5 console or the PS5 Horizon Forbidden West bundle. Once it is in stock, you'll have up to 72 hours to make use of your exclusive invite, but you aren't guaranteed a console so you'll have to move fast. In another change, you do not have to be an Amazon Prime member to request an invite.
Back 4 Blood:
$59.99 $11.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $48 – The makers of Left 4 Dead return with, well, essentially a new version of that familiar and iconic co-op zombie shooter. Back 4 Blood does bring a few new features, including a card system that allows you to customize your character or the game to surprise you with unique events. Not all of them work, but the core gameplay loop of pushing through hordes of zombies to reach a safe room is still as compelling as ever.
$69.99 $29.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $55 – EA's latest large-scale shooter hasn't had the greatest reception so far. However, EA has committed to working on Battlefield 2042 until it is fixed, so if you want to see how the game is for yourself or buy it now to have it ready for when the game is fixed, then it's now available for under $30. Though we did see it down to $14.99 during the main sales period.
Prime Day PS5 deals in the UK
The Quarry (PS5):
£64.99 £49.95 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £15 - Released last month, The Quarry sees Until Dawn developer Supermassive once again capture the heart of schlocky horror movies and recreate it in a game. This is a decent discount for a game released so recently, though we did see it fall to £44.99 during the main sales period.
Thrustmaster T.Flight Hotas 4 - Joystick and Throttle for PS5 / PS4 / PC:
£99.99 £74.67 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save 25% - This isn't the lowest price we've seen for this set, with it dropping £10 below its previous sale price of £59.99, but if you're looking to up your game when it comes to flight combat then this is a great entry-level joystick and throttle, and this is still a substantial saving.
Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga Deluxe Edition (PS5):
£49.99 £44.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £5- This edition dropped to just £29.99 during the main sales period, but a £5 is still available right now. If you're looking for a light co-op game to play with your friends or partner, this is a great pick. You don't have to be a Star Wars buff to enjoy its varied gameplay, but any fans of the galaxy far, far away will be keen to grab the Classic Character DLC that comes with this Amazon edition.
Logitech G435 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Headset:
£69.99 £48.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £21 – Here's a good price for the Logitech G435. For less than £50 you can be free of wires with this low latency gaming headset that's also lightweight, features a noise-canceling microphone, and boasts an 18-hour battery life. It's also compatible with PC and other consoles, should you want to use it on other platforms.
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order:
£44.99 £16.95 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £28 – A terrific low price for Respawn's action-RPG set in the Star Wars universe. Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order borrows liberally from the Souls series with some tight and deliberate combat that feels right for the tense lightsaber-focused battles. Exploration is strong, too, with a handful of diverse and some familiar worlds to explore.
£34.99 £24.69 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £10 - This is nearly the lowest price we've seen Judgment, Sega's hard-boiled detective game. Back in February it dropped down to £21, so this Prime Day deal isn't too far off. If you're a fan of the Yakuza games, Judgment is a great spinoff.
Alan Wake Remastered (PS5):
£24.99 £20.54 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save 18% - Alan Wake Remastered dropped to its lowest price yet during the main sales period: just £12.99. By comparison, this discount isn't anywhere near as good but if you've not yet played Rare's cult classic this is a great opportunity to pick it up and give it a go. While the original game is more than a decade old at this point, the remaster makes it look crisp on modern consoles.
Amazon Prime Day PS5 deals: FAQs
Do you need an Amazon Prime membership to buy Prime Day PS5 deals?
You do indeed. A Prime membership is required to access all of the Prime Day PS5 deals offered by Amazon during the two-day sales bonanza. The one good bit of news for non-members who have never signed up before is that you can register for a 30-day Amazon Prime free trial.
Get a free 30-day trial of Amazon Prime (opens in new tab)
You can pick up a free 30 day trial of Prime right now, but we'd suggest holding off until closer to July so you can take part in this year's Amazon Prime Day sale. Even with a free trial, you get the same benefits as paid members: free delivery, early access to lightning deals, plus video streaming, music, Prime gaming and more. You can cancel at any time during the trial. After 30 days, Prime costs $14.99/£7.99 per month.
It's not all bad news for those who do not want to pay for a membership or are without the option of a free trial. Over recent years, we've seen more and more retailers launch their own sales alongside Prime Day to get a slice of the increased spending during those two days. And the offers they have can rival or even beat Amazon in some cases.