Prime Day monitor deals are officially over for another year but there are still plenty of discounts still going – thanks for all the hype Amazon. Though don’t see it as purely taking the sheen off the deals that came in the last two days, merely a continuation of some still-awesome offerings on great screens.
Whether you’re after a budget display to work from or a mega gaming panel, there’s still something for everyone and some serious price cuts up for grabs. The past two days offered up a massive range of record low prices and deep discounts across plenty of sizes, shapes, and spec sheets, and the post-Prime Day monitor deals seem to be continuing on into the rest of the week.
Given that the deals have officially ended, we would strongly recommend just jumping on a deal now if you’re eyeing one up – in all likelihood, the price are only going to go one way now and that’s back up.
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The best Prime Day monitor deals still available in the US
Samsung Odyssey CRG5 |
$249.99 $149.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $130 – Looking to get Samsung quality but keep the price tag right down? Then this neat, small, and fast monitor is for you. It’s got solid gaming chops and it’s at a lowest ever price right now.
Acer Nitro XZ270 Xbmiipx monitor | 27″ 1080p 1500R | 1ms 240Hz |
$329.99 $245.72 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $84 – This one is still the same as yesterday so the saving is still a-go. It was a bit cheaper on the first day of Prime Day but this is still the second lowest ever price as far as we can tell so it’s still got good value to it.
Sceptre 30-inch UIltrawide monitor |
$269.97 $234.97 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $35 – If you’ve ever wanted to change to a single ultrawide monitor setup (it is amazing, I can tell you that much), then this is probably the best value way of doing it, and also getting a decent monitor more generally at the same time.
Gigabyte AORUS FI32U 4K gaming monitor |
$999.99 $649.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $350 – This is a great deal for anybody who has been eyeing up a one-and-done, quality 4K monitor – but without the massive price tag. This has all the gaming chops you could want and is now at a lowest ever price -by a good $50.
Sceptre 24-inch monitor |
$129.97 $90.22 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $40 – We’ve only ever seen this budget Sceptre monitor cheaper back in 2019 – and now it’s even cheaper than it was yesterday! Getting this for a smidge over $90 is ridiculous value. You’re getting a smaller display here, but it’s still perfect for a more affordable work setup.
Sceptre curved 27-inch monitor |
$174.97 $139.97 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $35 – We don’t often see curved monitors under $150, but Sceptre is proving us wrong in this week’s post-Prime Day monitor deals. You’re getting a 75Hz display here, with built in speakers – all for $35 off the MSRP.
Acer Predator XB271HU |
$469.99 $289.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $180 – This is a great big saving on a quality monitor that really nails the sweet spot of 1440p and offers it at a lowest ever price. As well as that 1440p resolution, you’re also getting a 1ms response time, G-Sync, and it’s a sweet, vivid IPS panel. Nice.
Samsung CRG9 gaming monitor | 49″ QHD | 4ms 120Hz |
$1,199.99 $899.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $300; lowest ever price – Already back at its lowest ever price ahead of the Prime Day monitor deals, this is an enormous deal. Literally. While not as new as the Odyssey line, the CRG9 still has solid gaming chops as a monitor, but will also fill out a whole desk and be great for work, play, and creativity too.
AOC C27G2Z monitor | 27″ 1080p | 0.5ms 240Hz |
$299.99 $239.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $60 – This is another great curved 1080p gaming monitor option. AOC has long been accepted as one of the best in making speedy monitors that won’t break the bank and this has both qualifiers for that: fast specs, and, with this discount, not a wallet-breaking price.
Samsung G7 gaming monitor | 32″ 1440p 1000R | 1ms 240Hz |
$799.99 $579.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $220 – Prime Day monitor deals have a $220 discount on the premium Samsung G7 right now. This monitor is excellent for anyone looking for a larger display – or pair of larger displays! – and the latest in QHD fast-refresh panel tech. Samsung’s quality shines through, literally, and this monitor will not disappoint.
BenQ EW3280U monitor | 32″ 4K | 5ms 60Hz |
$799.99 $649.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $150 – If you’re not chasing speed in your next gaming monitor, then Ben Q’s 4K panels can be just the ticket. A healthy investment, but one that will have you seeing your games and entertainment in beautiful 4K fidelity, with excellent colors, contrasts, and viewing angles provided by this IPS panel. Nice.
LG GN950-B Ultragear UHD gaming monitor |
$799.99 $596.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $203 – With a chunky 25% discount, this is a cracking offer on an aggressively good panel. The screen has literally never been this cheap before, so you’re getting excellent value for money.
BenQ Mobiuz EX3415R |
$999.99 $799.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $200; lowest ever price – This is one of our favorite ultrawide monitors and this price means it’s as close to a no-brainer as it gets if you’re hunting for an ultrawide this year. The monitor has never been this low in price s this is a top model to consider now – and to keep an eye on over Prime Day.
LG Ultragear 38GL950G-B |
$1,799.99 $1,396.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $403 – 38-inch ultra wides are things of beauty and if you have the budget to stretch to this (get it?) then this LG Ultragear panel at its lowest ever price is a heck of a deal.
Samsung Odyssey Neo G9 |
$2,299.99 $1,599.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $700 – This is a record low price on the super ultra-wide Samsung Odyssey Neo G9, dropping that lofty $2,299.99 MSRP down to $1,599.99 in today’s Prime Day gaming monitor deals. While still high, that’s a stunning rate for anyone looking to invest in today’s sales.
The best Prime Day monitor deals still available in the UK
HP 22m 21.5-inch monitor |
£119.99 £99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £20 – If you’re just after a smaller working from home monitor that won’t break the bank, this £20 discount on the HP 22m is offering up excellent value right now.
LG 24-inch monitor |
£139.99 £99.98 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £40 – While we have seen this LG monitor £10 cheaper in the past, that was back last year. This £99.99 sales price is the best we’ve seen all year, taking £40 off this budget, everyday display in today’s post-Prime Day monitor deals.
Acer ED320 32-inch curved gaming monitor |
£359.99 £279.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £80 – This 32-inch curved Acer monitor has just beaten its lowest ever price, dropping down to £279.99. This is a common deal price for this monitor so the value is pretty good on this 240Hz display.
LG UltraWide 25-inch monitor |
£169.99 £119.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £50 – You’re getting a wider 25-inch display here, which means your aspect ratio is 21:9. That’s perfect if you’re looking to multi-task your way through a work day, especially with £50 off in today’s post-Prime Day monitor deals.
Gigabyte G27QC |
£315.99 £229.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £85 – Even at their most ‘normal’ prices Gigabyte monitors offer some of the best bang-for-buck monitors going – but with this discount, this is a deal we are very tempted to say is a ‘jump on it now’ kind of deal. Get this sweet, curved 1440p 165Hz monitor into your setup now for a record-low price.
£249.99 £173.04 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £77 – Also offering some tremendous value is this Lenovo panel – this is an affordable curved monitor that doesn’t skimp on speed, and its 1080p resolution helps to keep things simple.
Huawei Mateview GT 27-inch curved gaming monitor |
£349.99 £199 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £150 – This Huawei gaming monitor is 43% off in the now post-Prime Day monitor deals, dropping the £349.99 RRP all the way down to under the £200 mark.
Acer Predator XB253QGX |
£349.99 £249.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £100 – This is one of our most favourite 1080p gaming monitors and it has stayed very discounted in today’s post-Prime Day monitor deals. Still a great price and absolutely one to pounce on right now.
Samsung Odyssey Neo G9 |
£1,749.99 £1,549 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £200 – Also quite close to its UK lowest ever price, this wonderful ultrawide has a chunk off of it at Amazon UK too. If you want one mega monitor to wrap around you and immerse you fully in games, then this is it.
Amazon Prime Day monitor deals – FAQs
Do I need to be a Prime member to access Prime Day monitor deals?
With each year that passes, this is less and less a straight-up ‘yes’. And it’s not necessarily complicated but multi-faceted. It’s highly likely that the very best Prime Day monitor deals will be behind Amazon’s Prime membership (opens in new tab), yes, but it’s also incredibly likely that we’ll see some deals accessible to all on Amazon and at other retailers.
More and more every year, other retail giants get involved as they want a piece of the pie too. And a lot of them will look to at least price match Amazon so as to try and attract your business – this means that we, the shoppers, often win out, and it also means that it’s worth keeping an eye on all the other major retailers in June and July as a result of this.
Nonetheless, that first point remains: this is a sale that has Prime membership in mind, and at its forefront. It’s almost certain that the best deals will be behind this gate so it’s worth considering activating a sub – even if it’s just the free trial. Just remember to cancel it before the fees kick in.
What will Amazon Prime Day monitor deals look like in 2022?
We of course don’t know exactly what the deals are going to look like this year, but we have always found that looking back at the previous year’s deals can paint some sort of picture – if nothing else but to get our eyes in and form a good reference point.
Nearer the top end of the price spectrum, excellent premium monitors like Samsung’s Odyssey range saw big discounts last year – and we feel confident saying we can expect the same again there. This is a particularly good example of those monitors that seem very expensive becoming infinitely more affordable in the big sales event.
We also think it’s very important to note that you will see monitors change price category completely during the Prime Day monitor deals – every year, screens that you might think are going to stay out of your price range, get their price tags slashed in such a way that they fall into the lower price category. This is great for those looking to get the most out of your money, and we always recommend having some elasticity to your budget to cater for those that come almost into your price range.
Budget monitors are always getting discounts in the Prime Day monitor sales too: if you’ve had your eye on a $150 monitor, for example, then this could be something that dips deliciously below the three-figure mark. Such margins are great for those looking for a quick budget fix, or a second (or third) monitor for home office use.
We’ve highlighted a few of last year’s deals below – we’ll likely see something similar on the newer models too. But remember: anything that’s even ‘slightly older’ could be just the ticket with a general fall in price teamed with a Prime Day discount. The value can get enormous.
What brands will be discounted during the Prime Day monitor deals 2022?
We can expect all the biggest and baddest – but also ‘budgetist’ and those at the entry level of the scale – to be getting price cuts, discounts, and offers during this year’s Prime Day monitor deals. No brand really gets special treatment in terms of either avoiding deals or having most of the deals – we just know for sure that be you after a Samsung, an ASUS, an LG, or any other major brand that makes monitors, you will have something to choose from this year.