The Best Amazon Prime Deals

Find the best deals on electronics this holiday season

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Amazon Prime Day has come and gone, and we're no longer updating these deals. Stay tuned for the next event!

In the meantime, check out our roundups below.

Razer Viper Ultimate Wireless Mouse

Normally $130; Now $60

The Razer Viper Ultimate Wireless features 20K DPI sensitivity, Razer's patented hyperspeed wireless tech for extremely low latency, and can last for up to 70 hours of battery life.

Beats Studio3 Wireless Headphones

Normally $350; Now $170

The trendy Beats line of headphones is typically synonymous with a high price tag, but not these. The noise-canceling, wireless, premium-quality headphones are available in various colors to fit any style.

Razer Kiyo Pro Webcam

Normally $200; Now $100

Proving that Razer isn't a brand just for gamers, the Razer Kiyo Pro Webcam has a fantastic collection of features making it an excellent investment for anyone looking to up their work-from-home game.

Microsoft Surface Pro 7 Plus with Black Type Cover

Normally $1030; Now $648

This Surface model can transform into a laptop with a keyboard or a portable tablet. It has a high-resolution display, ports to connect a 4K display and headphones, and a charging port for your smartphone.

Western Digital 6TB Elements Desktop External Hard Drive

Western Digital WD Elements Desktop Hard Drive HDD


Normally $190; Now $120

This WD hard drive is a great match if you need a massive backup drive for your desktop or laptop.

Beats Solo3 Wireless On-Ear Headphones

Normally $200; Now $130

These wireless headphones come in multiple colors and boast a 40-hour battery life.

Sony WHCH710N Noise Cancelling Wireless Headphones (Blue)

Normally $200; Now $148

Sony has long been a leader in the noise-canceling headphones market. The WHCH710N is one of the best sets in their catalog: excellent audio quality, best-in-class ANC, and superb wireless range and connectivity.

Acer Chromebook Spin 311 Convertible Laptop

Normally $250; Now $200

This entry-level Acer Chromebook is priced right for casual users or young students. Its 11.6-inch touch screen even rotates 360 degrees from laptop mode into tablet mode.

Apple AirPods Pro (2nd Gen) Wireless Earbuds with MagSafe Charging Case

Normally $250; Now $200

Apple's 2nd generation Airpod Pro earbuds include active noise cancellation that works and fantastic sound quality. It comes with a MagSafe charging case that gives you more than 24 hours of listening time.

Sony a7 III ILCE7M3/B Full-Frame Mirrorless Interchangeable-Lens Camera

Sony a7 III camera.


Normally $1998; Now $1698

Upgrade your camera tech with this mirrorless model from Sony's well-regarded a7 line. The a7 III has a 24.2MP sensor and a 3-inch LCD and is much lighter to carry than DSLRs.

What is Prime Day?

Prime Day is an annual sales event held by Amazon and its retail affiliates like Samsung and Apple that lasts 48 hours. Prime Day is responsible for some of the most significant discounts on must-have tech. Deals will include Amazon's proprietary tech like the Echo line of automation hubs and Kindle E-readers, and you can expect to see sales of laptops to wearables.

For those who already have an Alexa-enabled device in their homes, you can remain up to date by asking Alexa to "keep me posted on Prime Day."

You need an Amazon Prime membership to get the deals.

When is Prime Day 2022?

Amazon's Prime Early Access Sale happened on October 11 and 12, 2022. Sales began at midnight PDT on day one and ended at 11:59 PM PDT on day two.

What's on Sale for Prime Day?

We're likely to see deep discounts on many of Amazon's first-party products like Kindles and the Echo line of automation hubs. We'll also see exciting sales on high-ticket items like laptops, wearables, and holiday-related gifts.

See the full details in Amazon's Prime Early Access Sale press release.

What to Expect on Prime Day 2022

Tech and electronics always make up a large part of the best Amazon Prime Day deals, primarily because the company has such a significant footprint in the smart home and digital assistant markets.

Beyond all the sales on Amazon's lineup of products, tons of other excellent tech stuff is also likely to be available on the cheap. Previous years brought killer deals on some of the best tablets, earbuds, and smartwatches. Apple products tend to see rare discounts on Prime Day, so if you've been holding off on picking up Cupertino's latest, it may be the perfect time to open your wallet.

It's also an excellent time to keep an eye on the competition. Best Buy and Walmart traditionally run sales to counterprogram against Prime Day, so it's worth stopping by their sites (or dropping by a brick and mortar outlet, if you're feeling bold) to see what's on offer.

Are There Deals at Other Retailers?

In an attempt to counterprogram against Amazon's massive deals bonanza, outlets like Walmart have launched their own sales events. The Walmart Big Save promised huge discounts, particularly when paired with their Walmart Plus program, which will net you free delivery and access to a bunch of member-specific sales. Target has also run a similar promotion, alongside a handful of other smaller retailers, to try to capture some of that Prime Day zeitgeist (and some of that Big Buying Energy).

What to Watch Out for on Prime Day

While many of the best Amazon Prime Day deals are what they appear to be (great discounts on flagship products), some of these sales are too good to be true. Beware of sellers trying to offload inventory, including products not selling because of poor construction or deceptive claims. Before buying anything, look at reviews (both on Amazon itself and editorial sites like Lifewire).

It's also worth keeping abreast of tech news around new releases, as Prime Day is also an excuse for retailers and manufacturers to ditch stock of previous models of an item before the latest model launches. That's not necessarily a bad thing and can result in some pretty spectacular price cuts on the last iteration of a product. However, if you prize having the latest and greatest, educating yourself on when the next generation will arrive can prevent buyer's remorse.

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