The Amazon Prime Day laptop deals are officially over, but that doesn’t mean they’re gone for good. You can still save plenty if you know where to look, and that’s where we come in. Our bargain-hunters remain on-call to find you the best offers, and we’ve listed these below. Just be sure to move quickly. These discounts won’t last for much longer, so we’d highly recommend hitting checkout soon to avoid missing out.
Prime Day laptop deals
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Prime Day laptop deals usually mean sales with other retailers, as well, so we’ve gathered a few of those here, too. At the end of the day, it’s about the consumer getting a great deal, and that’s what we’re aiming to provide for you. We’ve spotted record low prices on top Asus rigs as well as a few sweet on the Acer Aspire range. But it’s not just Acer products on sale, as we’ve seen savings for Chromebooks, Windows laptops, and more during Prime Day 2022.
We’ll be keeping this page stocked up with all of the latest offers, and adding to it as soon as more come in. So if you’re on the hunt for a laptop for a great price, keep checking in to see if a deal pops up that’s right for you.
The best Prime Day laptop deals available now
- Under $100: Renewed Chromebooks from under $80 (opens in new tab)
- $100 – $300: Up to 47% off Lenovo, HP, and more (opens in new tab)
- $300 – $600: Over 50% off Lenovo rigs (opens in new tab)
- $600 – $900: HP Pavilion and Acer Aspire 5 up to 17% off (opens in new tab)
- $900+: Browse all the lowest prices (opens in new tab)
- Asus: Save up to 30% (opens in new tab)
- Gigabyte RTX 3060 laptops: Save up to 12% (opens in new tab)
- MacBook: Get $200 off 2021 Pro models (opens in new tab)
- Samsung: Save on Chromebooks (opens in new tab)
- Dell: Inspiron laptops from just $249.99 (opens in new tab)
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The best Prime Day laptop deals in the USA
Samsung Chromebook 4 11.6-inch laptop |
$229.99 $127 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $102 – If you’re after a simple and super cheap laptop, look no further than the Samsung Chromebook 4. While that 11.6-inch display isn’t going to work out for more demanding productivity tasks, this is a solid spec for everyday web browsing and streaming. You’re getting a baseline Intel Celeron N4000 processor, 4GB RAM, and 32GB of eMMC storage under the hood.
HP 14-inch laptop |
$249.99 $178 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $71 – If you’re after a super cheap Windows laptop for everyday browsing, Amazon has already knocked just over $70 off the 14-inch HP. This is an entry level spec, with an Intel Celeron N4020 processor and 4GB RAM, but you are getting 64GB of storage for a price usually reserved for 32GB.
Acer Chromebook Spin 311 11.6-inch laptop |
$249.99 $199.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $50 – The budget Acer Chromebook Spin 311 is at a great price right now, with $50 off the final price. That’s the cheapest we’ve ever seen the 4GB RAM / 64GB storage configuration – previous sales have only ever dropped to $209.99.
HP Pavilion x360 14-inch 2-in-1 laptop |
$779.99 $682 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $98 – With just under $100 off the final price, this 2-in-1 HP Pavilion x360 is down 13% in Amazon’s latest Prime Day laptop deals. You’re getting a solid mid-range configuration here, with an 11th generation i5 processor, 8GB RAM, and 256GB SSD.
HP 17.3-inch laptop |
$563.11 $498 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $65 – This 17.3-inch HP laptop has just dipped below $500, thanks to a $68 discount at Amazon. That’s solid value if you’re after a larger display for multi-tasking, as well as 8GB RAM and a 256GB SSD.
Asus Vivobook Pro 14-inch OLED laptop |
$749 $599 at Walmart (opens in new tab)
Save $150 – Away from Amazon, there are gems popping up too like this here deal: if you’re after a laptop for watching all your favorite shows, you’ll want to check out this $150 discount on the Asus Vivobook Pro at Walmart. This is a great deal, especially if you’re looking for that OLED screen.
Samsung Galaxy Book 2 Pro 13.3-inch laptop |
$1,249.99 $1,049.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $200 – This is one luxury laptop, and it’s just $10 more than its lowest ever price ahead of Amazon’s official Prime Day laptop deals this week. Packing the latest 12th generation Intel i7 processor, there’s plenty of power under the hood here.
MSI Summit E13 Flip |
$1,599 $1,150 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $360 – Complete with stylish gold trim, the MSI Summit E13 Flip comes with a 13.4-inch 1200p Full HD display, 11th gen Intel Core i7 processor, 512GB SSD, 16GB RAM, and Iris Xe graphics. This is the lowest price we’ve seen for this excellent laptop.
MacBook Pro (2021) 14-inch laptop |
$1,999 $1,799 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $200 – We’re just $50 away from a record low price on the 2021 14-inch MacBook Pro right now, with a $200 discount kicking that $1,999 MSRP down to $1,799. That’s an excellent rate on a luxury laptop with Apple’s M1 processor, 16GB RAM, and a 512GB SSD.
The best Prime Day laptop deals in the UK
Asus Zenbook Duo 14-inch laptop |
£999.99 £949.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £50 – We haven’t seen the 14-inch Asus Zenbook Duo drop below its £999.99 RRP ever, which makes this discount in today’s Prime Day laptop deals all the more special. You’re getting a particularly fancy machine here, with that extra display running along the top of the keyboard, as well as an 11th generation i5 processor, 16GB RAM and a 512GB SSD.
Asus touchscreen Chromebook |
£179.99 £129.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £50 – You’re getting a fully touchscreen Chromebook for a lot less in Amazon’s latest Prime Day laptop deals – that’s a rare steal. This is a baseline spec with an Intel Celeron N4020 processor, 4GB RAM, and 32GB of storage, but that’s still excellent value.
Asus Chromebook CX1100 11.6-inch laptop |
£229.99 £129.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £100 – This is a mad, mad price on this 64GB – and it’s a record low. A massive100 quid off brings this down to a price we very rarely see on a machine with this much storage.
Acer Apire 5 15.6-inch laptop |
£699.99 £549.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £150 – There’s an incredible 1TB SSD hiding inside this £549.99 Acer Aspire 5 – that’s something we never see in a machine this cheap. That means Amazon’s £150 discount is working particularly hard for you here, bringing this model back down to its lowest price yet.
Lenovo IdeaPad 5 |
£379.99 £279 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £100; lowest ever price – This is a cracking price for this FHD IdeaPad from Lenovo. Sporting some solid chops that’ll handle most work and productivity tasks this is a great price to jump on now – just be aware of the slated delivery time; it’s a bit of a waiter currently. Features: Intel Pentium, 4GB RAM, 64GB storage, 14-inch Full HD screen.
Lenovo IdeaPad 3i 15.6-inch laptop |
£549.99 £399.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £150 – You’re getting a solid set of specs for under £400 here – 8GB RAM and a 256GB SSD. Amazon’s £150 discount brings the final price of this mid-range rig to just £399.99 – that’s just 99p more than the lowest price we’ve ever seen here.
HP Envy 13.3-inch laptop |
£799.99 £729 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £70 – The HP Envy is a particularly premium machine, so this £70 discount is a very solid discount today. We’ve only ever seen this model £10 cheaper in the past, and that was during a really, really brief flash sale in the summer, so you’re getting an i5 processor and 512GB SSD for a strong price here.
Amazon Prime Day laptop deals: what to expect
Which laptop should you buy on Amazon Prime Day?
You can easily score hundreds of dollars in discounts on some of the most powerful laptops on the market during Prime Day, but that money is going to be wasted if you simply won’t use them. The best Prime Day laptop deals are the ones that offer you the highest value when it comes to specs, features, and form factor. That’s why we’re helping you work out exactly which laptops you should be concentrating on this summer.
We’ve broken this guide down by use-case, running through the specs and features you should be on the lookout for if you’re after a budget, everyday machine, a PC for working from home or study, a content creation tool, or something that will make your Steam library sing. You’ll find the recommended spec lists for each of these uses, and the prices we would expect to find them at, just below.
What to expect from budget Prime Day laptop deals
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- Acer Chromebook Spin 11: $200 / £300
- HP Stream 14-inch: $300 / £200
- Dell Inspiron 15 3000: $250 / £250
If you’re just on the lookout for a simple web-browsing / note taking machine, you’ll be shopping in the budget section this Prime Day. You won’t be breaking past $400 / £400 here, though you’ll likely be moving away from Intel’s Core processors and AMD’s Ryzen series, and could be picking up smaller hard drives rather than 256GB SSDs. Still, if you don’t need the power those components can offer, there’s no point in buying them.
The Acer Chromebook Spin 311 pops up time and time again during Prime Day laptop deals, usually dropping that $300 / £300 MSRP down to around $200 / £300. We often see this model featured in flash sales as well, which means you could be breaking past that $200 / £200 budget, hitting prices like $179 / £179. Of course, this is a super budget Chromebook, but it does offer a 2-in-1 design for additional functionality.
The 11-inch HP Stream is another dirt cheap option, but we’d actually recommend eyeing up the 14-inch model instead. Price differences between these machines are usually negligible, at around $40 – $50 / £40 – £50, and that’s money well spent to avoid the cramped layout of a smaller device. The latest iteration has only ever seen its $329 MSRP drop to $319 in the US so far, however we’re still optimistic. Previous generations have fallen far further than that, and the UK £329 RRP on older models has given way to £179 – £200 costs in the past as well.
Moving away from Amazon, though, we’d always keep a close eye on the Dell Inspiron 15 3000. This budget machine is usually the brand’s flagship for headline-grabbing super cheap Prime Day laptop deals, working to break attention away from Amazon itself. You’ll often find an Intel processor with 4GB or 8GB RAM and a 128GB SSD for around $250 / £250 but they do sell quickly.
What to expect from mid-range Prime Day laptop deals
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- Acer Aspire 5: $400 / £400
- HP Pavilion 14: $400 / £400
- Asus Vivobook 15: $500 / £500
- Lenovo IdeaPad 3: $350 / £350
The Acer Aspire 5 and HP Pavilion 14 are two of our top recommendations any time someone asks for a solid laptop that doesn’t break the bank. No time is this more true than during sales events like Prime Day laptop deals. The mid-range is generally classed at between $400 – $800 / £400 – £800, though the lower boundary of that range does blur slightly with entry level depending on the machine and configuration you’re choosing. The Acer Aspire 5 and HP Pavilion are both already cheap machines just nudging this boundary, offering solid mid-range specs (16GB RAM and 512GB SSDs) for around $400-$500 / £400-£500, so further savings are a bonus.
However, we’d also recommend keeping an eye on the Asus Vivobook 15. This seems to be an Amazon favorite, regularly appearing during Prime Day laptop deals with some of the best value on offer. List prices put an 8GB RAM / 512GB SSD configuration at around $700-$800 at the time of writing, but we regularly see these specs at around $500 / £500 during sales events.
The Lenovo IdeaPad 3 is also another regular during larger discounts. These are simple laptops that pack mid-range Ryzen 5 / i5 processors, 8GB RAM, and 256GB / 512GB SSDs into a price point that can sometimes near $350 / £350. These rigs are sold by the boat load whenever Prime Day laptop deals roll around, so expect some excellent value for money if you’re not too invested in a premium chassis.
What to expect from high-end Prime Day laptop deals
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- M1 MacBook Air (2021): $800 / £800
- MacBook Pro 14-inch (2022): $1,700 / £1,700
- Dell XPS 13: $1,300 / £1,300
High-end machines generally start at around $800 / £800 and continue well past $2,000 / £2,000 in some cases. The justification for these costs can come from two places; powerful components and luxury designs. Machines like the MacBook and HP Spectre x360 may not pack the biggest SSDs or copious amounts of RAM, but they certainly feel luxurious and offer chassis features that others simply can’t. Meanwhile laptops like the Dell XPS 13 cram high-end components into impossibly tiny shells for additional value on top.
We’d recommend keeping a look out for four high-end machines in particular this year; the 2020 M1 MacBook Air, 2021 MacBook Pro 14-inch, Dell XPS 13, and the HP Spectre x360.
At two years old, the M1 MacBook Air is ready for some serious discounts, and with the M2 processor reportedly round the corner, sales prices could start to seriously slip soon. We’ve seen costs hovering at around $950 / £880 over the last few months, but we could see a return of that record low $799 sales price from November.
If you’re after something a little more recent in this year’s Prime Day laptop deals, the MacBook Pro 14-inch could offer up some of its first substantial discounts. Price cuts have been more forthcoming over the last two months (this machine was launched in October 2021, so we’re due some initial savings), dropping down to a record low $1,749 in March / £1,735 in April. With an MSRP of $1,999 / £1,899 on the base model, we’re hoping for an additional $50 / £50 off in the summer.
The Dell XPS 13, meanwhile, is the holy grail of slimline ultrabooks with a premium price tag. However, we’re still waiting for those 12th generation Intel processors to hit the 13-inch model, and, should they do so before Prime Day laptop deals kick off, those 11th generation configurations will drop their prices dramatically. A 16GB RAM / 512GB SSD i7 model could well push past a figure of around $1,300 around the web, and more entry level machines may drop to three-figure prices as well.
Of course, Prime Day gaming laptop deals and Prime Day PC deals will also slot into this high-end category, so if you’re planning on firing up Steam any time soon we’d recommend you head over to our full guide on what to expect from MSI, Razer, Asus and more.
Of course, an Amazon Prime day wouldn’t be complete with lots of Prime Day TV deals and Prime Day board game deals. If you’re after something more portable, though, we’d recommend checking out Prime Day iPad deals.