Amazon Prime Day has officially ended in the UK, and has just a few more hours left in the US. Now's your last chance to get major discounts on Amazon stock — at least until Black Friday arrives.
You'll find all the best Amazon Prime Day deals right here on TechRadar, but with all this talk of countdowns and last chance deals it's easy to wonder - when does Prime Day officially end, and does it end early for east coast shoppers? And when will the Prime Day deals end? We're clearing all that up right here, as well as bringing you 14 of our favorite deals still live now, just below.
How long is Amazon Prime Day 2020?
Amazon Prime Day is a 48-hour event. The sale started at midnight PT (3am, EDT) October 13, and will run through midnight PDT on Wednesday, October 14, or 3am EDT on Thursday, October 15. That means there's now less than 7 hours left of Amazon Prime Day 2020.
And how long do Prime Day deals last?
Good question. As we've mentioned, this year's Prime Day deals officially end at midnight tonight. The good news is that Amazon will be continually releasing new deals between now and midnight, so there's plenty of time to bag a bargain. (You'll find our pick of the best Prime Day deals that are left below.)
Just bear in mind that these deals will run for differing amounts of time - firstly, depending on what type of Prime Day deal each one is; and secondly, on how long stock actually lasts. There are two main types of Prime Day deal:
Deals of the day
These promotions run for a set amount of time, or until the product sells out. New ones are released throughout the day, and you’ll see a timer on the product page, showing you have long you have left to claim each deal.
These are fast promotions in which a limited number of discounts are offered on an item for a short period. These deals don’t last long, but if you have Prime, you get 30-minute early access.
You’ll need a Prime membership to get access to most of these deals, but if you’re not signed up, you can still take part with a free 30-day trial of Prime. Amazon says it’ll be releasing lots of new deals throughout the entire 48-hour sale, so there’s still plenty of time left to grab a bargain. However, many deals have already sold out, too so if you see something you like, it’s a good idea to grab it while you can.
To save you time, we're currently tracking all of the best Lightning deals in our live blog. But for the best deals that won't expire until Prime Day officially ends, here's our selection of the best Prime Day deals we've seen so far...
14 of the best Amazon Prime Day deals you can still buy
1. Sony WH-1000XM4 Wireless Headphones:
$349 $298 at Amazon
At the top of our list has to be this $50 saving on the latest Sony WH-1000XM4 headphones. They're the best noise-cancelling cans on the market right now and they just hit their all-time lowest price yet. Amazon's not even stopping there, though - there's also a $25 gift card here as well. It's a no-brainer.
2. Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite:
$349.99 $249 at Amazon
Save $100 on the 10.4-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite this week. You're getting 64GB of storage here, with the S Pen included as well. That's a lot of value considering this is one of the lowest prices we've seen yet (it dropped down to $277 in September).
3. Samsung Chromebook Plus V2 with Intel Core m3 processor:
$599.99 $488 at Amazon
Chromebooks are like gold this Amazon Prime Day, thanks to the massive surge in demand over the last few months. This Samsung is still available for just $488 right now, though we can't see that particular offer lasting much longer. You're getting an Intel Core m3 processor, 4GB RAM, 64GB of eMMC flash memory in here.
4. Save up to 40% on furniture at Amazon
Looking to freshen up that home office or simply take the time to renovate before the holidays hit? Amazon has knocked 40% off a massive range of furniture items this week. That's perfect if you've been stuck for inspiration or you've had your eye on some of these featured items for a while.
5. TCL 43-inch 43S425 4K TV:
$329.99 $229 at Amazon
Cheap TVs have been flying off the shelves so far this week, which means this TCL isn't going to last much longer. Larger models have already run out of stock, which means this might be your last chance to grab the 43-inch 4K display over Amazon Prime Day.
6. Amazon Echo Show 5:
$89.99 $44.99 at Amazon
Prime members can pick up the Amazon Echo Show for its lowest price ever. Considering how popular this smart display is, that's quite an accomplishment. If you're looking to take your smart home beyond the standard Echo Dot and Philips Hue bulb setup, this is a must-see deal.
7. All-New Insignia 55-inch Smart 4K TV:
$429.99 $289.99 at Amazon
For a limited time, Prime members can get the 2020 Insignia 55-inch 4K TV on sale for $289.99. The smart TV has the Fire TV experience built in, which allows you to seamlessly stream your favorite movies and shows from the home screen of your set.
8. AirPods Pro:
$249 $199 at Amazon
The 2020 battle for the best AirPods Pro price will one for the history books. While we were all just settling into a new $219 sales price, however, Amazon was plotting this Prime Day deals manoeuvre. An extra $20 off brings the ANC Apple buds down to their lowest price yet this week, serving iPhone lovers across the country particularly well.
10. Garmin Forerunner 645 Music:
$449.99 $329 at Amazon
There's a reason the Garmin Forerunner 645 is so popular with fitness enthusiasts. The activity tracking smartwatch is a fantastic all-rounder, offering up in-depth monitoring features worthy of some of the most specialized tech alongside music functionality and Garmin Pay.
11. 2020 Apple MacBook Air:
$999 $899.99 at Amazon
There's a $100 discount on the 2020 MacBook Air at the moment. We're far more used to seeing a $949 sales price here, which makes this extra saving one of the best Prime Day deals on sale right now. On top of that, though, there's actually excellent value packed inside. With 8GB RAM and a 256GB SSD under the hood, this is an entry level machine with the capabilities of something much more powerful. If you're after more juice, however, you can save $100 on the 512GB model as well.
13. Razer Blade 15:
$2,599.99 $1,999.99 at Amazon
It's not every day that you can get a high-performance gaming laptop for under $2,000, but you're in luck. Amazon has the Razer Blade 15 gaming laptop on sale for $1,999.99. The Blade 15 comes with an Intel i7-10875H 8-core CPU, a GeForce RTX 2070 Super Max-Q, 15.6-inch FHD 300Hz display, 16GB of DDR4 RAM, and a 512GB PCIe SSD for high performance gaming on the go.
14. Echo Dot (3rd gen) with Alexa:
$49.99 $18.99 at Amazon
Save $31 on last year's (still excellent) Echo Dot smart speaker - now at its cheaper price ever. This is one great way to kickstart your smart home setup for less this week, with a whole array of excellent Amazon Alexa functionality being inside these little devices.
More Prime Day deals to consider
- Big-screen TVs: Big deals on large-screen TVs
- Chromebooks: Up to 20% off top Chromebooks
- Computing: 30% off laptops, monitors and more
- DJI drones: Big discounts on DJI drones and cameras
- Echo devices: Echo, Show and more at their cheapest ever price
- Furniture: Up 40% to help you work from home
- Kitchenware: Save up to 40% off popular kitchenware
- Kitchen Essentials: 40% from Amazon directly
- PC, PS4, Xbox One and Switch: PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch discounts
- PCs and MacBooks: already discounted discounted
- Razer PC Hardware: Grab great deals on Razer gaming hardware
- Sony headphones: Incredible deals, up to 50% off
- Shark vacuums: Nearly 60% off these suckers
- Subscription boxes: Save up to 60% on subscription boxes right now
There are also good deals on Amazon's subscription services...
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Tabs is a Deals Editor at TechRadar, bringing you all the latest savings on the tech everyone's talking about and covering deals on gaming, laptops, tablets and more in the US and UK. Happiest with a DualSense controller in her hand, she's also contributed to GamesRadar, Tom's Guide and T3 and specializes in gaming hardware and computing.