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Amazon Prime Day PC gaming deals: the best UK and US hardware deals

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It’s the second and final day of Amazon Prime Day today, and the time to grab this year’s best PC gaming deals in the UK and US is quickly running out. With Prime Day due to end at 11.59pm on Tuesday June 22nd, there’s not long left to grab some of this year’s lowest prices on the best SSDs, gaming monitors, mice, keyboards and headsets available right now. To help you find all those great PC gaming deals, I’ve rounded up the best from the UK and US below. I’ll also be highlighting individual deals throughout the day, and updating this hub as and when deals expire or better ones come in, so be sure to check back regularly for more updates. For now, though, here are the best Prime Day PC gaming deals you can get right now.

Naturally, you’ll need to be an Amazon Prime member to take advantage of Amazon’s Prime Day deals, and UK readers can sign up here (and US folk over here) if you don’t have it already. Remember, you can always sign up for the 30-day free trial and cancel it as soon as Prime Day’s over if you don’t want to sign up for a whole year.

Alternatively, if you’d rather avoid Amazon altogether, then be sure to check out our best Anti Prime Day deals round-up as well, as there are several other UK and US retailers out there who have price-matched Amazon on a number of product listed below.


To help you find the best Amazon Prime Day PC gaming deals, I’ve rounded them up into their respective product categories below. You can either click the links to go straight to the component in question, or just carry on reading the whole thing.

Best Prime Day PC Gaming deals

  • Best SSD deals
  • Best gaming monitor deals
  • Best mouse deals
  • Best keyboard deals
  • Best headset deals
  • Best gaming laptop deals

Prime Day SSD deals


UK deals:


Best NVMe SSD deals:


WD Blue SN550

  • (500GB) – £51 from Amazon UK (down from £54)

Crucial P2

  • (500GB) – £35 from Amazon UK (down from £43)
  • (1TB) – £68 from Amazon UK (down from £94)

WD Black SN850 Heatsink

  • (500GB) – £105 from Amazon UK (down from £148)

Samsung 980 Pro

  • (500GB) – £90 from Amazon UK (down from £125)

Best SATA SSD deals:


Samsung 860 Qvo

  • (1TB) – £70 from Amazon UK (down from £99)

Samsung 870 Evo

  • (1TB) – £85 from Amazon UK (down from £135)
  • (2TB) – £148 from Amazon UK (down from £205)

Crucial MX500

  • (1TB) – £68 from Amazon UK (down from £85)
  • (2TB) – £140 from Amazon UK (down from £175)

US deals:


Best NVMe SSD deals:


WD Blue SN550

  • (1TB) – $85 from Amazon US (down from $125)

Crucial P2

  • (250GB) – $33 from Amazon US (down from $50)

WD Black SN850

  • (500GB) – $90 from Amazon US (down from $150)

Samsung 980 Pro

  • (2TB) – $313 from Amazon US (down from $430)

Best SATA SSD deals:


Crucial MX500

  • (2TB) – $171 from Amazon US (down from $230)

Samsung 870 Qvo

  • (4TB) – $323 from Amazon US (down from $400)

Prime Day gaming monitor deals


UK deals:

The best gaming monitor deal from last year’s Amazon Prime Day is back. Samsung’s Odyssey G7 monitor has returned for the same price – £429 – and gets you a 2560×1440, 240Hz, Nvidia G-Sync Compatible display with HDR support – a saving of £120 off its normal price.

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  • Samsung Odyssey G7 – £429 from Amazon UK (down from £550)

However, there are plenty more monitor deals taking place this year, the best of which I’ve rounded up below:

  • Samsung Odyssey G9 – £1049 from Amazon UK (down from £1280)
  • LG UltraGear 27GL83-A – £340 from Amazon UK (down from £440)
  • Asus TUF VG27AQ – £324 from Amazon UK (down from £450)
  • AOC C27G2ZU – £215 from Amazon UK (down from £268)
  • MSI Optix MAG342CQRV – £379 from Amazon UK (down from £450)

US deals:


Much like the gaming monitor deals in the UK, the pick of the bunch today over in the US is the Samsung Odyssey G7. The model that’s on sale right now is the larger 32in version, I should note, but $560 is still the lowest price it’s ever been on Amazon, according to my price tracker, making it a great time to pick one up.

  • Samsung Odyssey G7 – $560 from Amazon US (down from $800)

I should note, though, that there are plenty of other great 2560×1440 gaming monitors on sale as well, alongside some 1920×1080 and 4K displays, too. I’ve picked out the best ones below.

  • Samsung Odyssey G5 – $295 from Amazon US (down from $350)
  • Samsung CRG9 – $900 from Amazon US (down from $1200)
  • Asus TUF VG27AQ – $330 from Amazon US (down from $430)
  • LG 27UN850-W – $380 from Amazon US (down from $450)
  • Acer Predator XB253Q – $300 from Amazon US (down from $380)
  • Acer Predator XB271HU – $420 from Amazon US (down from $500)
  • AOC C27G2Z – $240 from Amazon US (down from $300)

Prime Day gaming mouse deals


UK deals:

What’s the best gaming mouse deal of Amazon Prime Day, I hear you ask? Well, look no further than the Logitech G502 Hero. You voted it your favourite gaming mouse of all time when we put the question to readers, and today’s deal of just £35 is the cheapest it’s ever been. It’s a great buy, and you can read more about it in our Logitech G502 Hero review.

  • Logitech G502 Hero – £35 from Amazon UK (down from £57)

There are plenty of other great gaming mouse deals happening this Prime Day, though, many of which rank on our best gaming mouse and best wireless gaming mouse lists, which I’ve listed below:

  • Logitech G203 Lightsync – £16 from Amazon UK (down from £35)
  • Logitech G305 Lightspeed Wireless – £25 from Amazon UK (down from £52)
  • Logitech G502 Lightspeed Wireless – £61 from Amazon UK (down from £130)
  • Logitech G Pro Wireless – £67 from Amazon UK (down from £130)
  • Steelseries Rival 650 Wireless – £73 from Amazon UK (down from £100)
  • Corsair Harpoon Wireless RGB – £35 from Amazon UK (down from £55)
  • Razer DeathAdder V2 – £39 from Amazon UK (down from £70)
  • Razer Viper Ultimate with Charging Base – £87 from Amazon UK (down from £170)
  • Razer Viper Mini – £28 from Amazon UK (down from £40)
  • Razer Basilisk X Hyperspeed Wireless – £34 from Amazon UK (down from £60)
  • Roccat Burst Pro – £35 from Amazon UK (down from £50)

US deals:


There aren’t as many good Razer deals in the US for Amazon Prime Day this year, which means the Logitech G502 Hero is once again one of the best gaming mouse deals for folks across the pond. It’s a new all-time low, too (just), beating its previous Black Friday low of $40 by a couple of dollars.

  • Logitech G502 Hero – $38 from Amazon US (down from $45)

Of course, there are still plenty of other great options available if you’re looking for something wireless, or something that’s even cheaper than the G502 Hero. To help you find the best gaming mouse deal for you and your budget, I’ve picked out my top highlights below.

  • Logitech G502 Hero Lightspeed Wireless – $95 from Amazon US (down from $110)
  • Logitech G305 Lightspeed Wireless – $28 from Amazon US (down from $40)
  • Logitech G Pro Wireless – $95 from Amazon US (down from $130)
  • HyperX Pulsefire Core – $19 from Amazon US (down from $30)
  • Razer Basilisk X Hyperspeed Wireless – $33 from Amazon US (down from $60)
  • Razer Viper Mini – $19 from Amazon US (down from $30)
  • Razer Viper – $40 from Amazon US (down from $80)
  • Razer Viper Ultimate – $71 from Amazon US (down from $130)
  • Razer Deathadder Essential – $20 from Amazon US (down from $30)
  • Razer Deathadder V2 – $38 from Amazon US (down from $50)
  • Razer Deathadder V2 Pro Wireless – $76 from Amazon US (down from $130)
  • Razer Naga Pro Wireless – $95 from Amazon US (down from $150)
  • Roccat Kain 122 Aimo – $38 from Amazon US (down from $70)
  • Steelseries Rival 3 Wireless – $36=5 from Amazon US (down from $50)
  • Steelseries Sensei 310 – $37 from Amazon US (down from $50)
  • Steelseries Rival 600 – $54 from Amazon US (down from $80)
  • Steelseries Rival 650 Wireless – $76 from Amazon US (down from $120)

Prime Day gaming keyboard deals


UK deals:

My personal pick from this year’s Prime Day keyboard deals is the Logitech G815 Lightsync, which is a fantastic wired keyboard with low-profile switches, a lovely volume wheel and loads of dedicated media keys, RGB profile buttons, macro keys and more. It’s the keyboard I’m typing on right now, in fact – that’s how much I love it. It’s effectively the same keyboard as the equally brilliant Logitech G915 Lightspeed Wireless – just the wired version rather than the wireless.

  • Logitech G815 Lightsync (Romer GL Tactile switches) – £98 from Amazon UK (down from £170)

For those after a cheaper membrane keyboard, or something a bit smaller, here are the rest of this year’s Prime Day keyboard deals highlights:

  • Razer Huntsman Tournament Edition – £79 from Amazon UK (down from £130)
  • Razer Cynosa Lite (Membrane) – £21 from Amazon UK (down from £45)
  • Razer Blackwidow V3 (Green Tactile Click switches) – £95 from Amazon UK (down from £140)
  • HyperX Alloy Core (Membrane) – £28 from Amazon UK (down from £50)
  • HyperX Alloy Elite 2 (HyperX Linear switches) – £105 from Amazon UK (down from £130)
  • Roccat Vulcan TKL Pro (Titan Linear switches) – £110 from Amazon UK (down from £150)

US deals:


It’s slightly slim pickings on the keyboard deals front this year, but the best deal of the lot is almost certainly Roccat’s Vulcan 100, which has hit a new historic low of $100 today. Previously $230, that’s a decent saving of $50 for this most excellent gaming keyboard (seriously, it’s one of my favourites), and a great buy for those after something a bit different to your usual run-of-the-mill Cherry MX clackers. To read more about it, check out my Roccat Vulcan review.

  • Roccat Vulcan 100 (Titan Brown switches) – $100 from Amazon US (down from $150)

There are, of course, plenty of other good keyboard picks to choose from this year outside of the Roccat Vulcan 100, the best of which I’ve rounded up below.

  • Razer Blackwidow V3 (Green Tactile switches) – $85 from Amazon US (down from $140)
  • Razer Blackwidow V3 Pro (Green Tactile switches) – $171 from Amazon US (down from $230)
  • Razer Huntsman Mini (Optical Linear switches) – $38 from Amazon US (down from $60)
  • Razer Ornata Chroma (Hybrid Mechanical switches) – $57 from Amazon US (down from $100)
  • Razer Cynosa Chroma (Membrane switches) – $38 from Amazon US (down from $60)
  • Corsair K95 Platinum (Cherry MX Brown switches) – $140 from Amazon US (down from $200)
  • Logitech G815 Lightsync (Romer GL Clicky switches) – $150 from Amazon US (down from $170)
  • HyperX Alloy Origins (HyperX Red switches) – $76 from Amazon US (down from $110)
  • HyperX Alloy Origins Core (HyperX Red switches) – $62 from Amazon US (down from $90)

Prime Day gaming headset deals


UK deals:

Our best gaming headset champion, the Logitech G432, is cheaper than ever right now at just £35, and is by far the best PC gaming headset deal I’ve seen so far this year in the UK. For more details on why it’s our top headset recommendation, have a read of my Logitech G432 review.

  • Logitech G432 – £35 from Amazon UK (down from £70)

For more great gaming headset deals, however, check out the rest of my highlights below:

  • Steelseries Arctis 3 – £52 from Amazon UK (down from £74)
  • Steelseries Arctis Pro – £109 from Amazon UK (down from £133)
  • Fnatic React – £48 from Amazon UK (down from £80)
  • HyperX Cloud II – £55 from Amazon UK (down from £75)
  • Razer Kraken – £54 from Amazon UK (down from £80)
  • Razer Blackshark V2 X – £40 from Amazon UK (down from £60)
  • Roccat Elo X Stereo – £22 from Amazon UK (down from £40)

US deals:


Once again, it’s a similar picture to what’s going on in the UK, with the Logitech G432 leading the way on great gaming headset deals. Now down to $38, this is a new all-time low for this excellent headset, and just a smidge cheaper than what it cost during last year’s Black Friday sale, too, where it went for $40.

  • Logitech G432 – $38 from Amazon US (down from $50)

Naturally, the Logitech G432 isn’t the only great gaming headset deal happening this year. For more highlights, I’ve picked out some of my top picks below.

  • Razer Kraken – $45 from Amazon US (down from $80)
  • Razer Kraken Ultimate – $63 from Amazon US (down from $130)
  • Razer Kraken X – $31 from Amazon US (down from $50)
  • HyperX Cloud II – $76 from Amazon US (down from $100)
  • HyperX Cloud X Flight Wireless – $120 from Amazon US (down from $160)
  • Steelseries Arctis 5 – $66 from Amazon US (down from $100)
  • Steelseries Arctis 1 – $35 from Amazon US (down from $50)
  • Corsair Void Elite – $60 from Amazon US (down from $80)

A photo of the Asus ROG Strix Scar 15 G533Q gaming laptop

Prime Day gaming laptop deals


UK deals:

Hands down the best gaming laptop deal of this year’s Amazon Prime Day is the Asus ROG Strix G513QM, which has had £300 shaved off its usual price of £1600. Not only is that a great saving, but it’s also one of the few brand-new RTX 30 laptops on sale this year, making it one of the most powerful laptops that’s currently being discounted. With this model, you get an RTX 3060 graphics chip, a powerful AMD Ryzen 7 5700H processor, 16GB of RAM, a 1TB SSD, and a 300Hz refresh rate display. That’s a great set of specs for £1300, and well worth considering if you haven’t had much luck upgrading your PC recently due to the ongoing component shortages.

  • Asus ROG Strix G513QM (RTX 3060, 300Hz) – £1300 from Amazon UK (down from £1600)

Of course, if you’re looking for something a bit cheaper, then there are some great older models on sale today for less than £1000. There aren’t a huge number to pick from, all told, but I’ve rounded up my highlights below.

  • Razer Blade 15 2020 (GTX 1660 Ti, 120Hz) – £800 from Amazon UK (down from £1100)
  • Dell G5 15 (GTX 1660 Ti, 120Hz) – £879 from Amazon UK (down from £1050)
  • HP Omen 15 (RTX 2060, 144Hz) – £1100 from Amazon UK (down from £1300)

US deals:


There aren’t many great laptops to choose from this year unfortunately, but there are some decent savings to be had on a couple of RTX 20 laptops that I’ve listed below. Really, you’d probably be better off finding a newer RTX 30 laptop for the same kind of price than settle for one of these, but if you’re determined to get one that’s discounted, this is the best of an underwhelming bunch.

  • Razer Blade 15 Advanced (RTX 2070 Super, 300Hz) – $2000 from Amazon US (down from $2100)
  • Asus ROG Strix Scar 15 (RTX 2070 Super, 240Hz) – $1740 from Amazon US (down from $2200)
  • MSI GS75 Stealth (RTX 2060, 240Hz) – $1370 from Amazon US (down from $1750)

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