Amazon Prime Day 2022 in Singapore: best extended deals still available

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How to shop during Prime Day 2022

The only way to maximise your savings during the Prime Day sale is to become a Prime member. Click on the link below to sign up in the lead up to Prime Day 2022 and you'll get a 30-day free trial, plus access to a lot of other Amazon services, including Prime Video, Prime Reading and Prime Gaming (previously called Twitch)
Sign up for Amazon Prime now (opens in new tab)

UPDATE: Amazon Prime Day has officially come to a close for 2022. If you're looking for a bargain that's available right now, your best bet is to head over to our dedicated Singapore tech deals page, where we've highlighted the best of what's available now. On this page, you'll find a sample of what was available over Amazon Prime Day.

Our original article continues below – please note, all the deals listed have since expired.

While Amazon Prime Day 2022 has technically wrapped up in Singapore, there are still quite a few discounts that are still live from the world’s largest online retailer, but you best be quick if you want to snatch up a bargain!

Prime Day sales are the perfect opportunity to save big on whatever you might need, with laptops, cameras, smart home devices and so much more on the cheap. 

However, to shop during Prime Day, you'll need to be a Prime member. Signing up for Amazon Prime not only gets you access to Prime Day discounts, it also gets you free shipping on all Prime-eligible items. If you’re not a member, the good news is that you can try it free for 30 days (opens in new tab) – even during Prime Day!

Best Amazon Prime Day 2022 deals

Google Pixel 6 | (opens in new tab)

Google Pixel 6 | SG$899 SG$739 (opens in new tab) (save SG$160)

In our Pixel 6 review, we were particularly impressed by the photos produced by Google's latest handset – this is hands down one of the top phones for taking snaps ever created. Otherwise, Google's taken a fairly sedate approach; while it's a slick device, its doesn't have the most powerful innards and it only comes in one variant with 8GB of memory and 128GB of storage. Thankfully, it's also very affordable, especially with this SG$160 discount for Prime Day.

Note that this is a Lightning Deal that ends at 12pm SGT today (Wednesday July 12).

Phones & accessories

Apple iPhone 13 (128GB) (opens in new tab)

Apple iPhone 13 (128GB) | SG$1,299 SG$1,073 (opens in new tab) (save SG$226)

It's rare to see Apple's latest iPhones get a significant discount and we honestly weren't expecting much for Prime Day, so this 17% off deal on the 128GB iPhone 13 took us by pleasant surprise. To give an indication of how good this price is, Amazon's selling the equivalent iPhone 12 for only SG$74 less (SG$999 (opens in new tab)). Why you'd go for that over this new model is anyone's guess.

The 128GB model is available at this price in two colours: black (opens in new tab) and red (opens in new tab).

Apple iPhone 13 mini (256GB) (opens in new tab)

Apple iPhone 13 mini (256GB) | SG$1,319 SG$1,074 (opens in new tab) (save SG$220)

It might not be the most popular iPhone, but the iPhone 13 mini is still getting some solid discounts post-Prime Day. The 256GB models in green (opens in new tab) and pink (opens in new tab) are reduced down from SG$1,319 to SG$1,074 (19% off) (opens in new tab), while the red (opens in new tab) and white (opens in new tab) models are down to SG$1,099 (17% off) (opens in new tab). The 512GB models in red (opens in new tab) and green (opens in new tab) are now going for SG$1,359 (18% off), while the blue (opens in new tab) version is down to SG$1,369 (17% off).

Apple iPhone 13 Pro Max (256GB) (opens in new tab)

Apple iPhone 13 Pro Max (256GB) | SG$1,969 from SG$1,677 (opens in new tab) (save up to SG$292)

Lastly, for those who like their handsets on the large side, the beastly iPhone 13 Pro Max is also reduced, with the 256GB model in blue (opens in new tab) available for SG$1,677, or 15% off. Do note that while it's currently listed as temporarily out of stock, you can still order it now to lock in this discount.

Apple AirTag (opens in new tab)

Apple AirTag | SG$45 SG$33 (opens in new tab) (save SG$11)

Apple's answer to the Tile tracker has proven super popular; you can pop one on a keyring, slip one in a bag or put them just about anywhere and, with the help all the other Apple mobiles, trace each tag's location with fine precision. Amazon's got a 27% off deal on the single tag (opens in new tab) for this final Prime Day, or 22% off the four-pack at SG$129 (opens in new tab) – that's SG$32.25 each.


Nintendo Switch OLED (opens in new tab)

Nintendo Switch OLED | SG$549 SG$426 (opens in new tab) (save SG$123)

Nintendo's most recent Nintendo Switch variant can still be docked to plug into your TV, but it also packs a bigger 7-inch OLED display, meaning it provides a premium handheld experience too. Although it was down to around SG$410 at the peak of Prime Day, there's still a healthy SG$123 off the neon (opens in new tab) model.

Nintendo Switch Joy-Cons (opens in new tab)

Nintendo Switch Joy-Cons | SG$124.90 SG$89.90 (opens in new tab) (save SG$35)

Given their (exceedingly annoying) habit of developing drift, you'd be forgiven for needing another pair of Joy-Cons for your Nintendo Switch. There's a Prime Day deal on the blue/yellow colour (opens in new tab), taking SG$35 off the regular price – pretty decent.

Ring Fit Adventure for Nintendo Switch (opens in new tab)

Ring Fit Adventure for Nintendo Switch | SG$129 SG$89 (opens in new tab) (save SG$40)

If you missed the Prime Day low of SG$80.30, Ring Fit Adventure is thankfully still available for a considerable discount. Nintendo has a bit of a knack for making fun fitness-centric video games and this is the spiritual successor to Wii Fitness, utilising a ring accessory to house your Joy-Cons and explore a virtual fantasy world while getting fit in real life.

Nintendo Switch games (opens in new tab)

Nintendo Switch games | SG$79.90 from SG$62.90 (opens in new tab) (save up to SG$17)

If your Nintendo Switch games library is due for an update, we’ve spotted a few popular Mario titles on sale at 21% off. Each is going for SG$62.90, including Mario Party Superstars (opens in new tab), Super Mario Party (opens in new tab) and Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury (opens in new tab).

Logicool G G603 Wireless (opens in new tab)

Logicool G G603 Wireless | SG$86.60 SG$48.20 (opens in new tab) (save SG$38.40)

Prime Day is a great opportunity to grab a wireless gaming mouse for a fairer price, and this right-hander from Logitech (under its Japanese name 'Logicool') has scored favourably in reviews, and its more sedated design means it won't look out of place at the office. And while its price has increase by SG$8 since yesterday, it's still over half off.

Razer gaming peripherals – up to 38% off (opens in new tab)

Razer gaming peripherals – up to 38% off (opens in new tab)

We've highlighted a few of our favourite Prime Day Razer deals below, but in truth there's simply too many for us to write them all up, with a range of more than 40 mice, keyboards, headsets, speakers and more discounted, with some deals still available on Day 3. Hit this link (opens in new tab) for the full list.

Razer Basilisk X Hyperspeed (opens in new tab)

Razer Basilisk X Hyperspeed | SG$89.90 SG$46.50 (opens in new tab) (save SG$43.40)

We rate the Razer Basilisk X Hyperspeed among the best gaming mice we’ve tested, and it’s a particularly good choice if you want to go wireless. You can connect to your computer via Bluetooth or Hyperspeed Wireless, which cuts down the time it takes to send data between your mouse and PC by 25%. While you could snag one for SG$36 yesterday, it's still down by SG$43 for this last Prime Day – that's 48% off.

Razer BlackShark V2 X Gaming Headset (opens in new tab)

Razer BlackShark V2 X Gaming Headset | SG$94.90 SG$59 (opens in new tab) (save SG$35.90)

Razer's wired Blackshark V2 X is a crowd pleaser: this gaming headset that'll work with almost any device – Nintendo, Xbox, PlayStation or PC, it does it all – and is powered by 50mm drivers and virtual 7.1 surround. It even packs a noise-isolating mic. With over 16K Amazon user reviews an an average score of 4.6, this is a great budget option.

Headphones & speakers

Sony WH-1000XM5 (opens in new tab)
Unreal deal

Sony WH-1000XM5 | SG$569 SG$485 (opens in new tab) (save SG$84)

Sony's newest flagship headphones, the WH-1000XM5, received their first discount ahead of Amazon Prime Day 2022, with SG$50 discounted from the usual retail price. We're pleased to report that the silver (opens in new tab) colour option has dropped to SG$485 post-Prime Day, pretty incredible in our books.

Sony WH-1000XM4 (opens in new tab)

Sony WH-1000XM4 | SG$499 SG$379 (opens in new tab) (save SG$130)

Sony's XM5 headphones may be the company's new flagship headphones, but the still-amazing XM4s have a far more appealing price point. With incredible noise cancellation, up to 30 hours of battery and a foldable design that makes it perfect for travelling, the Sony WH-1000XM4 should not be overlooked. While the price has gone up SG$10 since yesterday, this discount is now available in black (opens in new tab).

Jabra Elite 85h (opens in new tab)

Jabra Elite 85h | SG$428 SG$298 (opens in new tab) (save SG$130)

These headphones offer top-notch battery life, terrific noise cancellation and good sound quality, all wrapped up in a stylish-looking package. You won’t get support for high-end audio codecs here (for that, you’ll want to look at the Sony WH-1000XM5 discounted above), but these are a much more affordable option. Available in black (opens in new tab).

Apple AirPods Pro (opens in new tab)

Apple AirPods Pro | SG$379 SG$269 (opens in new tab) (save SG$110)

If you missed the SG$244 AirPods Pro deal on Prime Day, Amazon still has them at a discount, albeit a less appealing one, because it's SG$25 dearer. As Apple's best in-ear headphones to date, the renowned AirPods Pro offer incredible audio, terrific battery life and excellent noise cancellation that features a clever Transparency Mode. Get up to 24 hours of battery life with the included charging case.

Apple AirPods (2019) (opens in new tab)

Apple AirPods (2019) | SG$199 SG$157 (opens in new tab) (save SG$42)

You'll pay SG$9 more today than on Prime Day, but if you're after a paid of standard AirPods this is still a good deal.

If you’re not fussed on noise cancellation and you just want an affordable pair of true wireless buds, these have excellent connectivity for iPhone users, and offer quick access to the Siri voice assistant. Sound quality is generally good, though bass can be a little underwhelming.

Sony WF-C500 (opens in new tab)

Sony WF-C500 | SG$139 from SG$99 (opens in new tab) (save up to SG$40)

Sony's WF-1000XM4s are fantastic, but admittedly pricey. If you like Sony's style and approach to sound quality, you may want to consider a pair of WF-C500 wireless earbuds instead, which may lack noise cancellation but offer impressive sonics nonetheless. They're cheapest in green (opens in new tab), but you can also get them in black (opens in new tab), white (opens in new tab) and orange (opens in new tab) for SG$109.

Sony WH-XB910N 'Extra Bass' Wireless Headphones (opens in new tab)

Sony WH-XB910N 'Extra Bass' Wireless Headphones | SG$269 SG$219 (opens in new tab) (save SG$50)

Designed with fans of club music in mind, Sony's WH-XB910N wireless headphones are here to deliver punchy, thumping bass that will bring your hip-hop, EDM and house music to earth-shaking life. Now discounted by SG$50 for Prime Day.

Jabra Elite 85t (opens in new tab)

Jabra Elite 85t | SG$348 SG$228 (opens in new tab) (save SG$120)

The Jabra Elite 85t earbuds deliver active noise cancellation (which is adjustable too) and great audio with impressive bass for some pocket-sized buds. Our review found the fit isn’t perfect, and that’s largely due to noise cancellation being squeezed in. We still think they look great though, and if you have ANC turned off you’ll get seven hours of play time.

Jabra Elite 7 Active (opens in new tab)

Jabra Elite 7 Active | SG$268 SG$202.15 (opens in new tab) (save SG$65.85)

If you’re looking for some earbuds you can take to the gym, the Jabra Elite 7 Active are a good affordable option, particularly at this discounted price. They’re secure, compact and comfortable, though our review found the sound quality is lacking some detail and the noise cancellation is good but not great. For workout buds though, they’re not bad at all.

JBL Flip 5 Bluetooth Speaker (opens in new tab)

JBL Flip 5 Bluetooth Speaker | SG$179 SG$135 (opens in new tab) (save SG$44)

It isn't the latest Flip speaker that JBL has come out with, but at this price, the JBL Flip 5 is definitely worth a look at if you're after portable music in a rugged, ready-to-go housing. It has an IPX7 waterproof rating so it's fine to take out to the pool or in the rain, and the sound quality is surprisingly good for its compact portable size. Note that while this is still a decent 24% off, these were cheaper yesterday, when you could score SG$70 off. 

Smart home

Arlo Ultra 2 (2 pack) (opens in new tab)

Arlo Ultra 2 (2 pack) | SG$1,199 SG$899 (opens in new tab) (save SG$300)

We rate the Arlo Ultra 2 at #3 in our best home security camera guide. That’s because it captures extremely detailed colour footage with a 180-degree field of view (and in 4K UHD at that). This deal includes two of the cameras which also have a spotlight, and the package is now 25% off, which will save you SG$300.


Fitbit Versa 2 (opens in new tab)

Fitbit Versa 2 | SG$248 SG$189 (opens in new tab) (save SG$59)

Amazon is offering 24% off the Fitbit Versa 2 post-Prime Day 2022 – that's not as good as the SG$85 saving from Prime Day itself, but still an OK deal. It may not be the latest model, but you're still getting a fitness watch that's got 24/7 heart rate monitoring and comes with Alexa built-in.


Dyson Pure Cool Purifier Tower Fan (TP00) (opens in new tab)

Dyson Pure Cool Purifier Tower Fan (TP00) | SG$599 SG$399 (opens in new tab) (save SG$200)

We could also use fresher air indoors, and Dyson's Pure Cool Purifier Tower Fan provides just that. Here's a fan that circulates cool, clean air while a replaceable 360º Glass HEPA filter removes 99.5% of the allergens and gases in your home to improve its air quality. While it's gone up by SG$10 since Prime Day, this is still an impressive 33% off.

Roborock S7 (opens in new tab)

Roborock S7 | SG$799 SG$699 (opens in new tab) (save SG$100)

In our glowing 4.5-star review of the Roborock S7 we were impressed by its simple setup, powerful cleaning and smart routing capabilities – and it's also apparently a crowd-pleaser too, as it's the #1 robovac on Amazon SG right now. It both vacuums and mops, never gets above hair-dryer volume and is 14% off for Prime Day. You can't argue with that.

PC peripherals & accessories

Netgear Orbi RBK50 Router and Expander (opens in new tab)

Netgear Orbi RBK50 Router and Expander | SG$649 SG$389 (opens in new tab) (save SG$260)

One of the best mesh Wi-Fi routers around, the RBK50 has earned many accolades in reviews across the web, and that means that even though it uses the older Wi-Fi 5 (aka 802.11ac) wireless protocol, it's still #8 on our list of the best mesh routers you can currently buy. This two-device pack can cover up to 465m² in 3,000Mbps Wi-Fi, and this 40% off deal makes the usual premium price much more palatable.

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SanDisk microSD cards – up to 35% off

If there's one thing you can count on Prime Day having, it's deals on SanDisk microSDs. Annoyingly, there's no single hub rounding up all the deals available, so you may need to hunt a bit, but to make things easier here's some of the better discounts we've found:

400GB Extreme | SG$135 SG$97.70 (opens in new tab)
400GB Ultra | SG$105 SG$70.90 (opens in new tab) [SOLD OUT]
256GB High Endurance | SG$76 SG$51.50 (opens in new tab)
128GB Extreme Pro | SG$52 SG$33.90 (opens in new tab)
128GB Extreme | SG$41 SG$28.80 (opens in new tab)

Netgear Orbi RBK13 mesh Wi-Fi system (opens in new tab)

Netgear Orbi RBK13 mesh Wi-Fi system | SG$299 SG$139 (opens in new tab) (save SG$160)

Netgear's Orbi RBK13 is the networking company's most affordable mesh networking system and it's designed for mainstream appeal – while it doesn't have the fastest speeds, its three nodes mean it can cover a huge area (up to 1,400 square metres) and it's very affordable... even moreso with this final Prime Day deal, which drops a whopping 54% off the regular price.

Logitech MX Master 3 (opens in new tab)

Logitech MX Master 3 | SG$160 SG$117 (opens in new tab) (save SG$43)

The third-gen model of Logitech's premium productivity mouse is hands down our favourite non-gaming pointer, and it includes some great tweaks from its forbear (the MX 2S, below), including a slightly smaller, lighter and sleeker body, plus an improved scroll wheel and connectivity features. Normally asking a premium price, it's (a little) more affordable with this 27% discount. Note that the discount was a little bigger (SG$13) yesterday.

What is Amazon Prime Day?

It all began in the US back in 2015 as a celebration of Amazon’s 20th birthday. Prime Day then offered more deals than Black Friday and, since then, has become Amazon’s mid-year sale event when the company thanks its Prime members by offering exclusive discounts on a wide range of products.

Another reason why Amazon hosts Prime Day each year is so it can shift staggering amounts of stock while giving eager shoppers a reason to spend their money.

While it began as a one-day sale, by 2018 it was extended to 36 hours and, and eventually it extended to 48, even in Singapore.

Prime Day isn’t just about selling Amazon-branded products – several brands and third-party sellers also save their best deals for Prime Day as they know thousands of extra shoppers will be hitting the online marketplace, looking for anything from groceries to electronics and clothes.

To participate in the Prime Day shopping spree though you’ll need to be an Amazon Prime member. If you haven’t already signed up, then you can do so now (opens in new tab) and you’ll be entitled to a 30-day free trial before you need to start paying the monthly fee.

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What does Amazon Prime offer Singapore shoppers?

Singapore has one of the cheapest Prime memberships in the world. After the 30-day free trial, you’ll be paying just SG$2.99 a month and this gets you a few perks, the biggest being free and fast delivery on products labelled ‘Prime eligible’.

When we say “fast”, we do mean “fast”. If you’ve spent SG$60 or more, you can have your Prime eligible shopping delivered to you in two hours! If, however, you haven’t spent that much, you’re still entitled to free delivery for any Prime eligible purchase (no minimum spend), but they will arrive in a day or two. 

If you happen to shop for items being imported from other markets, then you’re eligible for free expedited international shipping for purchases of SG$60 and more. 

Prime members also get exclusive early access to deals on Amazon and, more importantly, get to shop during Prime Day.

While you’re paying for the privilege of free, swift delivery (although that’s currently being slowed down to make space for the essential items people are ordering), signing up for Prime means you’ll also have free access to Amazon’s streaming services, namely Prime Video and Prime Gaming (formerly known as Twitch). Unfortunately, that’s all the privileges Singapore Prime members are eligible for – other regions, in comparison, get free access to more Amazon services with their Prime subscriptions but they also pay way more for the privilege.

When is Amazon Prime Day 2022 in Singapore?

Typically Amazon Prime Day is held in the middle of July each year, but the last couple of years have been... well, different. The effects of the ongoing pandemic were felt quite strongly in 2020 and Amazon postponed Prime Day 2020 to October and kicked it off on a Tuesday – a first for Amazon either way. The tech giant was able to bring Prime Day 2021 forward to June last year – earlier than its usual mid-July timetable – and start it, as usual, on a Monday.

That said, we now know that Prime Day 2022 will be happening in July this year, which means things are starting to go back to normal. While an exact date is unknown at this point, it's possible that the next edition of Prime Day could start at 12am AEST on Monday, July 11. If so, that means Prime Day 2022 might officially end its Singaporean sale at 11:59pm SST on Tuesday, July 12.

Of course, it must be noted that these dates are as yet unconfirmed and is simply speculation based on what Amazon has historically done (with the exception of the last two years, of course). We'll be sure to update this page as soon as we have official word on when Prime Day 2022 will take place in Singapore.

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What to expect from Prime Day 2022

With Amazon constantly adding to its catalogue of products, it’s not easy to predict what kind of deals to expect. However, we can make educated guesses based on what happened last year. And we think gamers are going to be in for a treat.

Not only will we be able to find big discounts on the Nintendo Switch, we’re expecting Amazon to discount the smaller Switch Lite as well.

We don’t think Amazon will stop at just Switch consoles, either. Last year, PC components saw a whopping 40% off a wide selection, including cooling fans, motherboards and memory cards from the likes of Corsair and Asus.

Given the worldwide chip shortage, we wouldn't expect many graphics cards to get the discount treatment this year. That said, other PC and gaming accessories will likely be available for less – for example, a HyperX gaming mouse and headset saw a pretty steep 54% price drop during a previous Prime Day, while routers from DLink, Asus and Netgear saw discounts of up to 36%. 

If you’re looking for backup devices to save your files, then portable storage from Sandisk, Seagate and Western Digital will also likely be on offer, and hopefully with similar discounts of up to 43%.

Anyone looking for audio gear should also be excited as last year saw selected speakers and headphones from well-known brands like Jabra, JBL, Sennheiser, Klipsch, B&O, 1MORE and Plantronics available for less than half price, and we’re expecting the same again this year. Soundbars from Sonos, Bose and Sony were marked down by up to 55% last year, and we see no reason why Amazon can’t repeat that feat again.

Also keep an eye out for fitness wearables (the Fitbit Blaze got a massive 60% off last year) and vacuum cleaners, including robot vacuums from iRobot and Ecovacs Robotics.

What happened during Prime Day last year?

Last year's Prime Day sales event saw some incredible discounts on a wide range of in-demand items, from headphones and soundbars, to routers and PC gaming peripherals, and everything in between.

Below you'll find just some examples of the deals that were offered during the last Prime Day, and these should give you a good indication of what you can expect to see reduced during Prime Day 2022.

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Sony WH-1000XM3 ANC Wireless Headphones | SG$394.84 SG$289 (save SG$105.84)

Although they've been superseded by the new WH-1000XM4 headphones, Sony's previous WH-1000XM3 cans are still absolutely magnificent and better than anything else in their category. Last year, they received a massive Prime Day discount of over SG$100, and we expect to see similar savings this year.

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Sennheiser CX 400BT True Wireless | SG$299 SG$135.62 (save SG$163.38)

Sennheiser is one of the most respected audio brands in the world, and its CX 400BT earbuds are among the best mid-range true wireless options around. Amazon Prime members were able to pick these up right last year at the discounted price of SG$129, which was 33% off the original listing price.

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All-new Echo (4th generation) International Version | SG$141.28 SG$85.31 (save SG$55.97)

Offering big sound and even bigger smarts, Amazon's All-new Echo (4th generation) is an excellent smart speaker for larger rooms in your household. Given Amazon's tendency to discount its own products on Prime Day, we fully expect this one to get discounted again in 2022.

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Sonos Beam soundbar with Amazon Alexa Built-in | SG$699 SG$599 (save SG$100)

In our 4-and-a-half star review, we praised the Sonos Beam's excellent compact design and impressive audio punch, calling it the "Sonos soundbar we've been waiting for." Last year, the Sonos Beam was significantly reduced on Amazon Prime Day, so there's a good chance that could happen again this time around.

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Amazon Kindle Oasis (International Version) | SG$373.65 SG$278.17 (save SG$95.48)

Like with the All-new Echo we mentioned above, we totally expect Amazon to discount its Kindle Oasis on Prime Day once again. It's the best ereader money can buy, with a premium-looking metal chassis and page-turn buttons that are perfect for one-handed use. Last year, it was discounted by around SG$95, and we hope to see a comparable deal in 2022.

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Razer Kiyo Pro streaming webcam | SG$268.25 SG$217.56 (save SG$50.69)

Webcams are still in huge demand as people continue to work from home, so any discount you see on one is worth considering. During last Prime Day, Razer's Kiyo Pro saw a very decent discount, we we have every reason to believe that there will be more webcam deals during this year's sales event..

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Logitech G815 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard | SG$299 SG$199 (save SG$100)

Logitech's excellent G815 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard had its price slashed in the lead-up to last year's Amazon Prime Day, which is a good reminder that you don't always have to wait until the actual day to nab a great bargain.

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Netgear Orbi (RBK50) Tri-band Mesh WiFi System | SG$649 SG$359 (save SG$290)

If you're on the lookout for a new mesh router system, we suggest waiting until Prime Day, because Amazon traditionally offers massive savings on networking gear. Take this Netgear Orbi (RBK50) Tri-band Mesh WiFi System for instance, which was slashed by almost SG$300 last year.

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Fitbit Charge 4 Activity Tracker (Rosewood) | SG$248 SG$135.43 (save SG$112.57)

Prime Day is also a good time to make that lifestyle change you've been thinking about, thanks to the many deals and discounts we tend to see on fitness trackers each year. Last year saw the Fitbit Charge 4 heavily reduced, and we expect to see it and other activity trackers discounted again in 2022.

How to shop during Prime Day 2022

1. Check out our deals predictions and, eventually our Prime Day deals list
There are also too many deals available on Prime Day. It's never a problem finding discounts, it's always an issue of figuring out what deals are worth your money. That's why we always set up a curated list during the sales marathon, and you’ll find it right here on this very page.
We spent some good time last Black Friday thinking about smart ways to shop on Amazon – they're still some great Prime Day tips and tricks.

2. Amazon Prime Day has historically required being a Prime member, so be sure to have a subscription on Prime Day
Amazon started Prime Day as a clever way to drive up its Prime subscription count, and this online shopping marathon – conveniently opposite Black Friday – accomplished just that. You'll need to sign up for Prime (opens in new tab) (you can get a free 30-day trial), which comes with free shipping and Prime Video access.

3. Create a wish list to curate what you want, as there will be loads of deals
You're also going to want to create a wish list ahead of time, which will let you sort out what you want and how much everything costs. This will give you a head start. You'll be able to see which deals dropped in price and which did not. 

4. Snap up the best Prime Day 2022 deals before they're gone
We often find the best deals to go in a matter of minutes, at which time Amazon rolls out a waitlist for those who were just behind the curve.

Stephen Lambrechts
Senior Journalist, Phones and Entertainment

Stephen primarily covers phones and entertainment for TechRadar's Australian team, and has written professionally across the categories of tech, film, television and gaming in both print and online for over a decade. He's obsessed with smartphones, televisions, consoles and gaming PCs, and has a deep-seated desire to consume all forms of media at the highest quality possible. 

He's also likely to talk a person’s ear off at the mere mention of Android, cats, retro sneaker releases, travelling and physical media, such as vinyl and boutique Blu-ray releases. Right now, he's most excited about QD-OLED technology, The Batman and Hellblade 2: Senua's Saga.