Amazon Prime Day 2023 is now over, but there are still some great deals for monitors going strong. And in rare cases, you can even have prices lower now than they were during Prime Day. So it's still a good idea to check back on certain items to see if you can take advantage of any leftover deals.
While some deals are still running, the majority of them have now ended. We also expect the deals that are still live to either sell out or expire in the next few days, so time is limited if you want a new monitor for a low price. You may need to hold on for Black Friday 2023 instead, which will be at the end of November.
With time running out to get a cheap monitor deal, we're throwing you right into the mix so you can grab the last remaining deals before the clock runs out.
Amazon Prime Day sale: quick links
- Laptops: devices from $129.99
- Chromebooks: starting at just $179
- MacBooks: from $749.99
- Desktop PCs: from $539.99
- Routers and networking: from $35.99
- Webcams: from $8.05
- Mice: from $4.39
- Keyboards: starting at $11.19
Today's best Amazon Prime Day monitor deals: US
Mobile Pixels Trio Max Portable Monitor: was
$299.98 now $280
Though it's pricier than other portable monitor options, it's able to connect to Android smartphones and tablets as well as laptops. It doesn't require a driver as it instantly connects through USB-C. It can also slide on the side of a laptop screen and it's full HD, though no HDR support.
HP OMEN 27-inch QHD Curved Monitor: was
$449.99 now $384.99
Another well-priced gaming monitor, with an incredibly high 240Hz refresh rate, 1ms response time, several USB ports, and both HDMI and Displayport support, all within a curved 27-inch monitor. The price brings it below $400, which is a great deal.
Asus PA328QV ProArt Display 31.5-inch Monitor: was
$399 now $326.35
This is a great productivity monitor, with 100% sRGB and 100% Rec. 709 wide color gamut, color accuracy ΔE < 2, USB hub, and both HDMI and Displayport support. Coupled with the 1440p resolution and larger screen size, you have a monitor well-suited for editing and creative work.
Acer ED273U Abmiipx 27-inch Curved Monitor: was
$259.99 now $173.95
Another 1440p curved monitor suited for productivity work, though thanks to the resolution and 1ms response time, you can definitely play video games on it. You can upgrade the refresh rate from 75Hz to as high as 144Hz but it'll cost more too.
Acer EI322QUR Pbmiippx 31.5-inch Curved Gaming Monitor: was $292.85 now $249.99
Another 1440p, which is slowly becoming the standard in gaming monitors, with a large curved display size, 1ms response time, 165Hz refresh rate, and supports AMD FreeSync Premium Pro along with two HDMI and two Displayports.
LG 27GP95R-B 27-inch Gaming Monitor: was
$799.99 now $629
This UHD gaming monitor with 1ms response time, 144Hz refresh, Nvidia G-Sync and AMD FreeSync Pro support is a bit pricey but comes with a solid discount. However, unless you have money to burn it might be best to look over other options that offer the same specs.
LG UltraGear 32GQ950-B 32-Inch Gaming Monitor:
was $1,299.99 now $996.99
LG monitors generally are pricier but are some of the best monitors to buy. This one is quite costly but the price cut brings it under $1,000. It sports a 1ms response time, 144Hz refresh rate, and supports both Nvidia G-Sync and AMD FreeSync Pro. Stock is incredibly low with this monitor, so act fast if you fancy it!
LG 34GP950G-B 34-inch Ultrawide Gaming Monitor: was
$1,299.99 now $769.99
This is an excellent ultrawide 1440p monitor that's now $523 off from the MSRP. It features a 1ms response time, 144Hz refresh rate, is Nvidia G-Sync compatible, has a DCI-P3 98% color gamut, and a peak brightness of 500 nits in SDR, which can be brought up to 600 with HDR enabled.
Today's best Amazon Prime Day monitor deals: UK
Amazon Prime Day sale: UK quick links
- Laptops: devices from £94.99
- Chromebooks: starting at just £108.99
- MacBooks: from £779 - lowest ever price!
- Desktop PCs: from £229.99
KOORUI 24 Inch FHD Monitor: was
£105.99 now £85
If you're on a strict budget and need a monitor for the home or work office, this is a great deal to take advantage of. It's HD and a nice size of 24 inches. At its price point, it doesn't come with many bells and whistles but it's perfect for those who don't care about that.
Samsung Odyssey G4 LS27BG400EUXXU 27-inch Gaming Monitor: was
£299.99 now £263.98
This monitor is for gamers who are fine with 1080p resolution but with a far higher refresh rate of 240Hz. It also boasts a 1ms response time, two HDMI ports, and one Displayport. For the price, it's a great monitor for those who want heightened performance.
Prime Day monitor deals: FAQs
When will Prime Day monitor deals remain available?
Amazon Prime Day took place July 11 through July 12. Now that Prime Day is officially over, most monitor deals have now also ended, but there are a few still running. We're not sure for how long, so if there's one that takes your fancy, this might be the last chance to get it at a reduced price until Black Friday later this year.
Do you need Amazon Prime for Prime Day monitor deals?
In order to take advantage of the best Amazon Prime Day monitor deals, you'll need to be an Amazon Prime member.
Fortunately, Amazon usually offers a 30-day free trial leading up to Prime Day to ensure the largest possible customer base for Prime Day. So, if you're just looking to get the best deals possible, you can sign up now and cancel it after Prime Day if you're not interested in keeping the Prime membership — just don't forget to cancel before the 30 days are up, otherwise you'll be charged for the first month of membership.
There are also going to be plenty of Prime Day deals for non-Prime members, but these deals won't be as good as what Prime members get. Other major retailers are running sales right now to capitalize on consumer interest, and you won't need to be a member of anything to take advantage of those.
Get a free 30-day trial of Amazon Prime
You can still grab a 30 day free trial of Amazon Prime. You'll 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 will cost $12.99/£7.99 per month.
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