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Amazon Prime Day 2022: date and the best early deals

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Amazon Prime Day 2022 is now only two weeks away and the number of deals has ramped up over the last few days. You can already find some big savings well ahead of the main summer sale, which is scheduled to take place across Tuesday July 12 and Wednesday July 13. That's a return to the usual mid-July slot for the deals extravaganza for the first time in two years. And while that's when the bulk of offers go live, you can already save today with a number of early Prime Day deals.

We've highlighted them right here, including savings of up to $700 off a selection of Fire TVs. There are over a dozen options and prices start at just $89.99 so it's worth a look if you want a budget set or a more high-end display. Some are reduced to their cheapest ever prices, including a QLED TV for just $299.99. Just today, we also saw the launch of a Ring Video Doorbell and Echo Show 5 bundle for just $74.99 - an unbeatable low price for smart home tech pairing.

Just be cautious of some offers, especially many of the Amazon devices that are also on sale as they are not as good as they seem - we expect better offers on these next month. We know this as we've covered Prime Day for over eight years and have a solid understanding of how the sale goes. 

We'll use this knowledge to ensure you only see the best deals and pay the lowest prices this Prime. We know that many products cost more than they did a year ago, but we continue to see genuinely good deals on some tech, home and lifestyle products at Amazon. Our goal is to help you to decide whether a deal is right for you.

What if this is your first Prime Day? Well, just to let you know, it's Amazon's biggest sale of the year and held exclusively for members of its Prime subscription service. If you're not signed up - and haven't been in the past 12 months - you can get access to the deals live today and coming next month with a 30-day free trial of Prime (opens in new tab)

If you need to pay, be sure to have a read of our Amazon Prime money saving tips so you get a membership for the cheapest price and get the most out of that subscription fee. After that, be sure to complete the Prime Stamp Card to get a free $10 coupon to spend during Prime Day.

You'll definitely appreciate that extra money as we're expect Amazon Prime Day 2022 will be another massive sales event, despite the effects of inflation. According to data collected by Adobe Analytics (opens in new tab), online retail sales in the US exceeded $11 billion during last year's Prime Day. That's 6.1% higher than the previous Prime Day, and slightly more than was spent during that year's Cyber Monday (although Cyber Monday is a 24-hour event, rather than 48 hours). 

Until it all starts later this July, here are our expert tips for preparing for Amazon Prime Day 2022 - as well as the three common mistakes you want to avoid. If you can't wait until Prime Day, there are plenty of bargains to browse today.

Today's best deals at Amazon

Today's best early Prime Day deals

Amazon Fire TV 55-inch Omni Series 4K TV: $559.99 $299.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $260
- This is the cheapest price ever for the 55-inch Amazon Fire TV Omni Series 4K TV. We think it's one of the best early Prime Day deals and a bargain for an advanced set that will improve your home cinema experience. This TV features support for 4K resolution, HDR and Dolby Digital, as well as Dolby Vision. This significantly improves the picture quality with a richer and wider color palette, and is usually reserved for more expensive sets. The fact you can get it on a TV this cheap and the reason why we'd pick this up over anything else.

Insignia 50-inch F30 Series 4K Fire TV: $399.99 $239.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $160
- This Insignia F30 Series Amazon Fire TV is a good choice if you're on a tighter budget and can now also be picked up for its cheapest price ever. It's slightly cheaper compared to the Omni Series above and lacks some of the more advanced features in the premium display. However, it's a fine TV for your general everyday viewing.

Ring Video Doorbell and Echo Show 5: $184.98 $84.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $100
- Get a huge saving on a beginner-friendly smart home package that includes the Ring Video Doorbell and Echo Show 5. With the discount, you effectively get one device for free. Both of them can be paired up, so you can see, hear and speak to anyone at your front door using the smart display. It can also be used to play all sorts of entertainment, display your favorite photos, read the news, ping alerts and even control other smart devices in the home.

Apple Watch 7 (41mm, GPS): $399 $329 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $70 -
Although it's not specifically a Prime exclusive deal, we have to shout about the $70 discount on the best-selling Apple Watch 7. It's now on sale for $329 – the lowest price we've seen for the 41mm smartwatch. The Apple Watch 7 features a larger display and faster charging compared to other models, whilie and tracking heart rate, sleep, stress and blood oxygen.

Toshiba 75-inch M550-Series 4K Fire TV: $1,399.99 $699.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $700
- A double whammy: this Toshiba is the biggest TV in Amazon's early round of Prime Day deals and also has the largest discount at a massive $700 off. Surprise, that brings it back down to it's lowest ever price. For the money you get a sharp 75-inch 4K LED display with HDR that offers excellent picture quality, a smooth 120Hz refresh rate that's ideal for gaming, hands-free voice controls and all major streaming apps. It's an unbeatable price for a premium TV of its size.

Fire TV Stick Lite: $29.99 $19.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $10
– Amazon's basic and most affordable Fire TV Stick Lite is now 33% off ahead of Prime Day - that's only $1 more than the cheapest price ever. It's a no frills way of adding smart features to your TV, including access to streaming apps in HD, Alexa voice controls and the ability to control other smart home devices. Other versions of the Fire TV Stick are also reduced right now. However, we've seen those for less in the past so we recommend holding off for now until we're closer to Prime Day for a bettter deal.

Kindle (Certified Refurbished): $79.99 $39.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $40
– Prime members can get a certified refurbished Kindle for only $39.99 at Amazon. These second-hand devices have been checked, tested and restored to work like new so it's a great way to get the basic ereader for a budget price. Today's exclusive deal gets you a $50 saving over a brand new Kindle.

Insignia 32-inch HD Smart Fire TV: $179.99 $99.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $80
- At only $99.99, this is a new record low for a basic budget display that would work well in a smaller room. Sure, it's not going to give you the finest picture quality as it's just a 720p HD TV, but it comes with all the major streaming apps, so it's a cheap and serviceable option.

Insignia 50-inch F50 Series 4K QLED Fire TV: $369.99 $299.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $70
– This is the only QLED TV on sale in this early wave of Prime Day deals at Amazon and at just $300 it's an incredible price for an upgraded display. QLED sets offer better contrast, brighter colors and more vivid images - which also makes them a great choice for a brighter room or for serious TV and movie lovers who want to get the best from what they watch. Today's offer knocks the TV down to its cheapest ever price, so get it if you want the improved display tech for less.

Amazon Echo Show 5 (2nd Gen, Certified Refurbished): $74.99 $44.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $30 -
In this year's early Prime Day deals, you can snag a refurbished Amazon Echo Show 5 smart display for just $44.99. Use it to stream music, make and receive video calls, and display your favorite photos. This impressive $30 discount drops the popular latest version of the smart display down to its cheapest ever price if you're happy to buy second-hand. These items have been checked, tested and renewed to function as if they were fresh out the box.

Amazon Fire TV 43-inch 4-Series Smart TV: $369.99 $199.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $170
– There's some good news if you're not a Prime member. As a little taster, Amazon has a few TV deals available for all in the early round of its sale. This includes a fairly standard and budget-friendly 43-inch Amazon Fire TV. It may be cheap, but it does support 4K resolution and HDR 10 for improved picture quality, better lighting and more vivid colors. It's a fine inexpensive option if you just need a basic TV for streaming shows and films from your favorite apps.

Fill out the Prime Stamp Card and get a $10 voucher to spend on Amazon Prime Day (opens in new tab)
Complete four quick and easy tasks across your Amazon Prime account to get a $10 voucher to spend during this year's Amazon Prime Day. The tasks include making a Prime-eligible order of $5 or more, watching a show on Prime Video, listening to a song on Prime Music and borrowing an ebook through Prime Reading. Credit will be added to your account within a few days and then it can be spent on Prime Day deals when they go live across July 12-13.

Amazon Prime Day 2022: all you need to know

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When is Amazon Prime Day 2022?

Amazon Prime Day 2022 will take place from Tuesday, July 12 - Wednesday, July 13. The retailer confirmed the dates in a press release (opens in new tab) at 1am ET on Thursday, June 16. This means that this year's Prime Day deals are now less than a month away. 

We believed that Prime Day would return to July in 2022: we predicted it would take place from Monday, July 11 - Tuesday, July 12 (so we were one day off) after the sale had changed date for the previous two years. It was held earlier last year, in June, and pushed back to October during the pandemic in 2020. 

Prime Day date history

Eighth: July 12-13, 2022
Seventh: June, 21-22, 2021
Sixth: Oct 13-14, 2020
Fifth: July 15-16, 2019
Fourth: July 16-17, 2018
Third: July 11-12, 2017
Second: July 12, 2016
First: July 15, 2015 

As we predicted, Amazon Prime Day 2022 will once again be a 48-hour mega-sale with thousands of daily deals during the middle of July.

Last year, Prime Day was moved to June 21-22 for the first time. The event came just eight months after Amazon was forced to postpone Prime Day until mid-October, following stock shortages and delivery delays caused by the coronavirus pandemic in 2020.

Prior to this, Prime Day was always held in July and it looks like the retailer is ready to return to that month again in 2022. It started as a 24-hour shopping event back in 2015, before growing to 30 hours in July 2017 and later expanding to a full two days.

What is Amazon Prime Day?

Prime Day is Amazon's biggest sale of the year. The annual two-day deals event is regularly held in the summer months and is exclusively available to Amazon Prime members only. There are non-Prime offers on the site throughout the sale, but all of the best discounts are specifically Prime Day deals.

How to sign up for a free 30-day Amazon Prime trial

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1. Go to Amazon Prime (opens in new tab)
2. Select: Start your free trial
3. Follow the instructions
4. Start browsing deals (opens in new tab)

To be eligible for these deals, you need to sign up for Prime membership (opens in new tab). It's currently $14.99 per month, or $139 per year, after a price increase back in February. It used to be $12.99 per month, or $119 per year.

You can also start a free 30-day Prime trial (opens in new tab) closer to the date once it's been announced, as long as you haven't been a member in the past. Make sure you then cancel it within the one-month trial period if you don't intend to remain signed up after the sale. Do read our Amazon Prime review for full coverage of what you get as part of a membership, including free shipping, access to Prime Video and so much more.

Prime Day originally started in 2015 as a celebration of Amazon's 20th anniversary. Designed to encourage people to spend outside of the October-December holiday season, the online retailer says its only goal was to "offer a volume of deals greater than Black Friday".

Since then, it's ballooned into one of the biggest sales in the global retail calendar, with many other large retailers launching promotions of their own to take advantage of the huge online audiences around Prime Day. 

In fact, the $11 billion that was spent during the last Amazon Prime Day is more than what was spent online during the last two Cyber Monday sales (that's $10.7 billion and $10.9 billion, specifically). Of course, it's important to point out that Prime Day does last 48 hours rather than just a single day. The numbers are still astounding, though, for what is effectively a single retailer event.

We'll round up the best Prime Day deals at Amazon here once they start - and we'll also bring you the biggest offers from the likes of Walmart, Best Buy, Target, Home Depot and others too.

What are this year's best Prime Day deals?

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Along with the recent date confirmation, Amazon has revealed the first wave of this year's Prime Day deals.

As predicted, the best offers will be found on Amazon devices once again this year – and Amazon is actually making these available early from June 21. There will be savings of up to 55% on the Kindle Paperwhite, Echo Show 5, Fire 7 Tablet, Echo Dot and more. The retailer has also announced that a selection of its budget-friendly Fire TVs will also be on offer with prices starting at just $89.99.

4 key stats from Amazon Prime Day last year

Total items bought worldwide:
More than 250 million globally

Most popular item: Fire TV Stick 4K with Alexa Voice Remote

Best-selling categories worldwide: included tools, beauty, nutrition, baby care, electronics, apparel, and household products

Back to school stats: one million laptops, one million headphones, 600,000 backpacks and 240,000 notebooks sold

Data source: Amazon

We expect some of these to be the most popular offers once again. Our data from last year shows that Echo Dot (4th Gen) was a Prime Day favorite for readers of TechRadar, Tom's Guide, T3 and other Future websites. It hit its cheapest ever price last June, dropping to $24.99 from $49.99 (opens in new tab) - so look for something similar in 2022.

Meanwhile, the Fire TV Stick 4K was the most popular item purchased last Prime Day, according to Amazon. On sale at half price ($24.99, down from $49.99 (opens in new tab)), the streaming media player was bought by more people on Prime Day last year than on any previous event. Although it's not mentioned in this early Prime Day deals window, we're positive it will feature when the sale begins proper on July 12.

Away from Amazon's own products, deals on major brands such as Samsung, Sony, Bose and SharkNinja will also feature. Amazon promises up to 50% off and some of the products from these manufacturers will be down to their lowest prices ever. There are no specifics yet, but these are the deals we'll have a close eye on when launch day arrives.

And then outside of the bigger brands, Amazon continues to make an effort to boost its marketplace sellers in this year's sale after the previous Prime Day was the biggest two-day period ever for Amazon’s third-party sellers, according to the retailer

To encourage spending this time around, from June 21 through July 11, every $1 you spend on eligible small business products puts you in a draw for prizes such as tickets to Super Bowl LVII, a screening and a cast meet-and-greet for the upcoming Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power series, and Amazon gift cards.

Amazon Prime Day 2022: our predictions

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There are more Amazon deals every year - but not all products receive good discounts on Prime Day. Amazon's own range of smart home devices and tablets are the easiest to predict. Every year we see new record-low prices on the vast majority of Amazon devices – and we expect to see that trend continue in 2022.

Last year, Amazon's Echo smart speakers dropped to a new record-low price. The latest fourth-generation Echo Dot was half price at $24.99, while the more powerful Echo was down from $99.99 to $59.99. In 2022, we expect prices will fall a little further, with the Echo Dot potentially dropping close to $20 and matching the previous generation model. Plus, we expect more savings on Fire tablets, the latest Kindle (opens in new tab) e-readers, and brands like Blink, Ring and Eufy.

If you're looking to buy a top-of-the-line 4K TV though, think again. Amazon rarely offers big discounts on mid-range and high-end TVs over Prime Day. There are usually plenty of excellent deals on cheaper Fire-enabled TVs, though. Still, we're always hopeful - and with the incredible deals on LG OLED TVs lately, there is some hope for July. We'll be tracking the best Prime Day TV deals (opens in new tab) on the day, so stay tuned.

Amazon rarely offers big discounts on mid-range and high-end TVs over Prime Day - although there are usually plenty of excellent deals on cheaper Fire-enabled TVs.

What about this year's Prime Day laptop deals? Well, Prime Day isn't usually the best time to buy a laptop, but last year saw an improvement in the quality of offers compared to the year before. Last year's range of slightly better laptop deals included sp,e cheap Chromebooks, premium ultrabooks and gaming laptops. 

It doesn't look like the global chip shortage is going to end any time soon, as we reported (opens in new tab) previously. However, some of the pressures caused by the pandemic have eased and we're hopeful that laptops will become more of a focus for Prime Day 2022.

If you've got a new Apple device in mind, though, timing is going to be critical. The quality of Prime Day deals usually depends on Apple's own release schedule. The launch of new generation devices could mean some excellent prices on older models, although stock might run out incredibly quickly. 

With the brand new Macbook Air M2 pre-orders set to start in July, it could be the right time for some big reductions on the older M1 version that match the record low we saw over Black Friday. The iPad Air (2022) and iPad mini (2021) have both had plenty of time to mature on the shelves so we may see even better prices on these Apple devices over Prime Day 2022.

How to prepare for Prime Day 2022: pro tips

As we're about a month away, there are a few steps you can take right now to prepare for Amazon Prime Day. These may seem very basic and straightforward – and may not apply to everyone – but could be things you overlook ahead of the big day.

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1. Find an Amazon Prime free trial...
Amazon Prime Day is reserved for Prime members only. However, if you've not subscribed in the past, Amazon offers a free trial that you can activate in the lead-up to the event. Just be careful that you time your membership to run over the period of Prime Day. Once Amazon confirms when that is, you can work back to decide when to start your free trial

2. ...but don't rely on it
Last year we saw more retailers participating in similar Prime Day sales in order to steal a little of Amazon's pie. We expect stores like Walmart and Best Buy will run their own discounts over the same period this year, which means you can shop around to find the best Prime Day deals possible. Ultimately, you could find a big saving on exactly what you want outside of Amazon where membership isn't required.

3. Know what you want to buy...
Going into big sales events such as Amazon Prime Day with an idea of what you want to buy is a great place to start. Sure, we all like to do a bit of digital window shopping, but knowing what you're after means you can filter out all that noise, dodge the lightning deals and get straight to the good stuff right away. Take the time now to research the price history of your chosen product, as well as the prices of its competitors over the last year - both cheaper and more expensive versions. With that in mind, you can go into Prime Day knowing for yourself what is a good deal.

4. ...but stay flexible
Even if you know everything about the one product you really want, it's unwise to assume that the particular TV, tablet or whatever it is you're after will be on sale. Your heart may be set on a product but the big day can roll around and no savings are found on it. Does that mean you should give up? No way. 

Take all that research you did in the days beforehand to look at similar products. Is there an equivalent cheaper item that's even less for Prime Day, or perhaps that slightly more expensive model is now reduced to a price more in line with your original item? Either way, you could get an even bigger saving or come away with a better product that you would have otherwise missed out on.

5. Get in there early...
When Prime Day begins, you want to be one of the first to check which offers have gone live at midnight - or at least first thing in the morning when you wake up. We don't think that anything is going to sell out in a matter of hours in this early window, but there's definitely a risk that the hottest deals will sell out as the first day goes on. If you see something you really want to buy, get it in your basket right away - you can always cancel the order if you change your mind.

6. ...but check back throughout the event
Just because you've managed to secure your dream deal straight out the gate doesn't mean Amazon is done. New Prime Day deals are released throughout the entire sales window and there are often limited-time lightning deals that may grab your attention. And sold-out products may come back at a later time if you missed out on something big.

How to find the best Prime Day deals

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Amazon doesn't always do a great job of promoting the best Prime Day deals. Sure, it will shout about many of its own devices and other well-known products that are on sale, but it's often worth looking beyond these highlighted deals for some even better savings. We do a lot of that searching for you and share our favorite offers right here, but here's some more advice on how to find the best Prime Day deals.

Before the sale begins is a good place to start. In the run-up, Amazon usually has a few offers live that are a tease for the big event. These aren't usually some of the biggest products, but can still be tempting bargains. We sometimes see reductions on its own subscription services such as Audible, Music Unlimited and Kindle Unlimited during this window, making it a good time to sign up.

We also strongly encourage you to keep an eye on Amazon Warehouse (opens in new tab). We often see store-wide discounts of up to 20% across this selection of second-hand, used and open-box products. All items are checked, tested and Amazon-approved before they go back on sale, plus they are covered by the standard returns policy, so you don't have to worry if you run into any issues. Generally, it's an excellent option to bag an even bigger bargain.

Prime Day vs Black Friday - should you wait?

Both Amazon Prime Day and Black Friday generally offer discounts on the same kinds of devices, but there are a few differences between the sales events.

Prime Day deals are largely focused on Amazon itself, while other stores like Best Buy and Walmart compete against them with a few of their own discounts. Competition among shoppers is also significantly reduced on Prime Day, which means that deals are generally easier to find, easier to price check and won't run out of stock so quickly. 

Black Friday, on the other hand, is set across a much larger range of retailers, with prices that tend to be a little cheaper across a wider variety of brands. That does mean putting in a lot more work to make sure you get the best offer possible and keeping a close eye out for limited-time flash sales that make up for most of those lowest recorded prices. With more competition between retailers, though, we do tend to see slightly heavier discounts in November. 

Of course, you may also simply want your tech sooner. If so, we wouldn't recommend waiting five months for the chance of a better discount. There's no guarantee that prices will be any different come Black Friday, especially on Amazon products. You may find some older tech for even less, but then you also run the risk of missing out on the best deals due to the increase in competition.

Last year's Prime Day deals

There was plenty to sink your teeth into over Amazon Prime Day this year, with discounts on everything from headphones to the Nintendo Switch. Some categories, however, did perform better than others. 

Laptop deals, for example, were available with some slightly better discounts than we were anticipating, whereas 4K TVs didn't seem to offer the variety and quality of discounts that we may have been used to before. We saw very few discounts on LG and Samsung's 2021 models and returning sales on older 2020 devices. If you were after a 4K TV on Amazon Prime Day this year, options were somewhat limited to the retailer's own Fire-enabled displays. 

Of course, Amazon's biggest sellers were its Echo and Echo Dot devices, both seeing brand new price lows at $59.99 and $24.99 respectively. However we also saw some excellent savings on previous generation Echo Show 5 and Echo Show 8 smart displays, meeting or just surpassing previous discount records.  

Here are all the best Amazon Prime Day deals we saw last year...

Last year's best Amazon Prime Day deals

Amazon Echo Dot (4th gen): $49.99 $24.99 at Amazon
Save $50 -
Our favorite Prime Day device deal was a massive 50% discount on the best-selling Echo Dot. That brought Amazon's latest smart speaker down to just $24.99, which is the lowest price we've seen and a fantastic deal for this Alexa-enabled feature-packed speaker.

Amazon Echo (4th Gen): $99.99 $59.99 at Amazon
Save $40 -
If you're looking for more power, Amazon had the 4th Generation Echo smart speaker on sale for a record-low price of $59.99. The smart speaker delivers rich sound that adapts to any room and works with Amazon Alexa to become a smart home hub.

Sony WH-1000XM4 headphones: $348 $237 at Amazon
Save $111 -
These wireless headphones deliver excellent noise-cancellation and surprisingly great sound quality all in a lightweight, comfortable design. We think they're amazing and they can proudly claim their place at the top of our best headphones of 2021 list. At $237 they beat their previous record low of $278 by a considerable margin as well.

Sony 65-inch A8H BRAVIA OLED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV: $2,498 $1,798 at Amazon
Save $700 -
This gorgeous OLED TV packs a stunning picture and great sound quality with an ultrawide viewing angle making it a superb choice for a home cinema upgrade, especially at this record-low price.

iPad 8th generation (32GB): $329 $299 at Amazon
Save $30 -
Amazon returned to this wildly popular $299 price tag on the 8th generation iPad over Prime Day, but we had been seeing this price for a few months beforehand. Still, with $30 off you were getting a record low price here and stock seemed to hold out well on all colors throughout the event.

Samsung The Frame 43-inch 4K TV: $999.99 $797.99 at Amazon
Save $202:
The premium 2021 Samsung Frame 4K TV took its first ever price cut in this year's Prime Day deals - all the way down to just $797.99. We hadn't seen Amazon discounting this luxury Quantum HDR display before these sales so you were getting an excellent deal here.

AirPods Pro: $249 $189.99 at Amazon
Save $60 -
We hadn't seen the AirPods Pro drop down to this $189.99 position for a long time - they've been stuck at $199 for a few months now. However, you did have another chance to grab these premium ANC earbuds for an extra $10 off over Prime Day, before they quickly sold out.

Apple MacBook Air (M1, 2020): $999 $899 at Amazon
Save $100 -
The M1 MacBook Air dropped back down to its record low $899 price in this year's Prime Day deals, after weeks of being stuck at $949. This offer came courtesy of an additional $49 discount at checkout.

Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro: $199.99 $169.99 at Amazon
Save $30 -
Samsung only released the Buds Pro earlier this year, which is why this $30 discount was so impressive - especially considering it actually appeared the week before Prime Day. We had seen this price once before, but the ANC true wireless earbuds had never dipped below $169.99 in their short time on the market so far.

Apple iPad Air (2020): $599 $519.99 at Amazon
Save $80
 – This was the lowest price we had ever seen on the excellent iPad Air 4 at Amazon, and since then this $519.99 sales price has been fleeting. That made this a fantastic opportunity to snag a bargain on a great tablet.

Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales Ultimate Edition: $69.99 $49.99 at Amazon
Save $20 -
You could save 29% on Marvel's Spider-Man Miles Morales Ultimate Edition with this great Prime Day deal. The Ultimate Edition comes with Marvel's Spider-Man Remastered, so you can play both of Insomniac Games' unmissable Spider-Man games on your PS5.

iRobot Roomba 614 Robot Vacuum: $249.99 $211.49 at Amazon
Save $38 -
You can rely on great cleaning power with the Roomba 614 but you won't have to pay a fortune for fancy extras because this machine just gets the job done. With $38 off, this Roomba deal was great for those that want to keep it simple. 

Samsonite Omni PC Luggage: from $139.99 $105 at Amazon
Save $34.50
- There was a 24% discount on the 20-inch carry-on version of this super-popular hardback expandable luggage from Samsonite. It has spinner wheels for moving it around easily, plus a scratch-resistant shell, side-mounted locks and a 10-year warranty. There's also a two and three-piece set if you prefer. This one flew over Prime Day - and with a host of positive user reviews, it's well worth considering.

James Pickard is a Deals Editor at TechRadar. After many years of scouring the net for the cheapest games and tech for his own personal use, he decided to make it his job to share those bargains with you. James also has over five years of experience covering some of the biggest sales events of the year at Eurogamer and VG247, including Black Friday, Cyber Monday and Amazon Prime Day. When not deals hunting, James can be found on the PS5, watching a classic film noir or cheering on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.