Amazon Prime Day is here once again. This time, however, it is called Amazon Prime Big Deals Days, which is more accurate than the singular Prime Day of the past – but there is one way that it is no different from past iterations: there are plenty of gaming hardware deals.
When events like Prime Day roll into town, it’s a great opportunity to get the best SSD for gaming, to add the best gaming headset to your setup, or to grab that piece of hardware you’ve been meaning to buy for months. Well, if you’re a Prime subscriber that is, but if you’re not, you could just take out a Prime free trial (and get all the deals).
This is ideal for anybody who can’t hold out until the Black Friday gaming deals start in November. The Prime Big Deals Days run across October 10 – 11, so bookmark this page and check in to see our cherry-picked list of all the most mouth-watering deals, covering everything from the best gaming mouse to the best gaming monitors. Don’t forget, there’s always the Amazon Daily Deals page too.
The best Amazon Prime Day PC gaming deals
Prime Day deals can be found on the official Amazon Prime Day page. To save you the trouble of sifting through the sea of sales, we’ve specially sourced the cream of the crop for you.
Best Amazon Prime Day deals
WD_BLACK SN850X – 2TB (US: 19% off / UK: 4% off)
Western Digital’s flagship NVMe SSD has long stood as our favorite drive for gaming, in part due to its specs, but also because of how frequently it has been available below its MSRP for a great value buy. Now, the 2TB model is available for just $99.99 / £108.99.
HyperX Cloud II (US: 40% off / UK: 29% off)
If there was ever a headset hall of fame, the HyperX Cloud II would sit upon the most prestigious perch within it. Simply one of the best pair of cans to grace gamers’ ears around the world, it is now available with a 40% discount, making it a steal at $59.99 / £52.99.
ASUS ROG Delta S EVA Edition (US: 29% off)
Even if you’re not a fan of the Evangelion anime, it’s hard to resist the allure that ASUS ROG’s EVA Edition peripherals conjure, the Delta S wireless headset especially. It’s not just a pretty face either, supporting Hi-Res audio and leveraging AI Noise Cancellation technologies to keep its microphone sounding as crisp as its drivers. With a 29% discount, it’s going for just $169.99, well below its usual asking price of $239.99.
Steelseries Arctis Nova 4 Wireless (US: 30% off / UK 24% off)
SteelSeries is among the best gaming headset brands on the market, and this speaks true within almost their entire Arctis Nova range. Whether you’re looking to spend a lot or a little, SteelSeries can match a damn good product to your budget. For Prime Day, we’re highlighting the Arctis Nova 4 Wireless, not the top of the mountain, but a great mid-to-high range headset that is a huge step up if you’re used to budget options. The headset retails for $119.99 / £119.99 but is down to just $83.99 / £89.99 during Amazon Prime Day.
Razer DeathAdder V2 Pro (US: 55% off)
The Razer DeathAdder V2 Pro easily ranks among the best wireless gaming mice ever to have graced the palms of gamers. Packing both optical switches and 7o hours of battery life, it has both the speed and endurance to carry your clicks across the web and desktop for those sessions that just keep going. It’s down to $58.99, thanks to a stonkingly large 55% discount.
Logitech G Pro X Superlight (US: 31% off / UK: 36% off)
With CS2 now available for all to play, it’s never been more important for FPS fanatics to have a reliable clicker in their setup, and the Logitech G Pro X Superlight more than fits the bill. Weighing in a 63g, it is light enough to pull off the quickest of flick shots with reliable tracking thanks to its Hero 25K Sensor. It can be yours for only $109.99 / £89.90.
MSI Katana 15 (US: 25% off / UK: 15% off)
The MSI Katana 15 packs just about everything you could want in a midrange gaming laptop, including an Intel Core i7 CPU and Nvidia GeForce RTX 4070 graphics card. This combination of specs is capable of handling pretty much anything you throw at it, especially when Nvidia DLSS 3 enters the equation. At $1,199.99 / £1,399.99, it offers great value in the here and now as well as into the future.
HP Victus 15 (UK 19% off)
The HP Victus 15 is easily one of the best budget gaming laptops you can find, and we even highlighted it as one of the best CS2 laptops as it has perfect specs for high-performance gameplay. It was already at just under £800 but has now dropped all the way to just £629.99. The only downfall of the Victus is its 512 SSD, but you only have to scroll to our SSD section in this list to find a solution to that!
Asus ROG Strix Scar 15 (US 27% off)
We’ve reviewed the Asus ROG Strix Scar 17 and loved it, so its smaller sibling gets just as much love from us, especially with over a quarter of the price being knocked off. Packed with an Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070 Ti, an Intel Core i9 12900H, and 16GB of RAM, you’ll have no issues running the latest games for years to come. For $1499.99, down from $2049.99, this is a great time to upgrade your old gaming laptop if the time has come.
Zotac GeForce RTX 4080 (US: 24% off)
The GeForce RTX 4080 has slowly seen its price fall from its eye-watering MSRP, and now this Zotac model has never been cheaper. If you’re after a GPU that handles both ray tracing and rasterized workloads with ease, look no further. At $989.99, you can’t go wrong.
AMD Ryzen 9 7950X3D (US: 14% off / UK: 24% off)
The most powerful Zen 4 CPU is joining in on the shennanigans that is Prime Day savings, armed with 3D V-Cache and a copious amount of cores (well, 16, to be exact). It’s an absolute monster when it comes to gaming and productivity, making it an ideal pick for creatives and gamers alike. It can be yours for only $599.00 / £529.99.
Intel Core i5 12600KF (US: 18% off)
If you’re looking to build your first PC, the Intel Core i5 12600KF provides ample performance that’s worth well above its price point. Now just $163.00, there are few if any other cheap and cheerful chips that can compete with it. Just bear in mind you’ll need to have a separate graphics card and cooler on hand to use it.
What is Amazon Prime Day?
Amazon Prime Day is two days of deals on almost every single category on Amazon, including PC gaming. The event happens a few times each year, and the deals are exclusively available to those with a Prime membership, unlike the Black Friday peak trading shopping event which is open to anyone – and of course, an event shared by hundreds of major retailers.
When is Amazon Prime Day?
Amazon Prime Big Deals Days will take place from October 10 – 11. This is likely to be the last Prime Day of the year, so make sure you don’t miss it.
How do I get the best Prime Day deals?
You need to sign up for an Amazon Prime membership to access the deals across the site. Get a free 30-day trial below.
Once you’ve signed up as a Prime Member, keep your eyes on PCGamesN throughout the event on October 11-12 and we’ll make sure you don’t miss anything exciting. It’s a good idea to sign up in advance, just so you don’t miss any limited-time deals while getting set-up on the day.
If you’re after more bargains, we also recommend taking a peep at our VPN deals page, where you’ll find cheaper ways to protect your internet privacy.