Grab these Dungeons and Dragons Prime Day deals for new players while you still can

New Dungeons and Dragons players, heed these Prime Day D&D deals while you still can. Amazon is about to draw its two day sales event to an end, which means all of these essential rulebooks and handbooks are about to rise in price. Whether you’re coming in because you’re obsessed with Stranger Things or want to recreate that iconic episode from Freaks and Geeks, D&D is good for players of all ages and everybody deserves some Prime Day gaming deals

Here’s just a selection of the Prime Day deals about to go offline at midnight. You can currently grab the D&D starter set for $13.29 at Amazon (opens in new tab) it’s a great place to start your adventure. While the Dungeons and Dragons Rules Expansion Gift Set, which has been reduced by a massive $80 (opens in new tab), is a good place to continue it. 

But that’s just the start. If you want some adventurers to represent your party, you can get the WizKids Icons of the Realms Epic Level Starter pack for $12.99 at Amazon (was $24.99) (opens in new tab) right now. And as for a cool set of dice, the Witchlight Carnival Dice and Miscellany box has fallen to $22 from an MSRP of $28.99 as part of the Prime Day deals.

We’ve gone into further detail below on the Dungeons and Dragons books you should take a look at below, and there are other Prime Day gaming deals available further down the page.

Prime Day deals for D&D beginners

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D&D Starter Set | $19.99 $13.29 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $7 – Although we’re expecting a new D&D starter kit to hit shelves at the end of July, it’s still worth considering this OG pack. It’s still the ideal entry-point to the series with an easy-to-follow adventure, a rulebook, pre-generated characters, and dice.

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D&D Essentials Kit | $24.99 $18.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $6 – Wondering what the difference is between this and the starter set listed above? Well, they’re similar but this one differs thanks to being more of a sandbox adventure (in other words, you can go wherever you like and tackle missions in any order). It also has all the info you need to run or play in a game, and includes dice.

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D&D Core Rules Gift Set | $169.95 $85.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $84 – Like you might assume judging by that name, this pack brings together all of the core rules in one place with cool foil covers, a neat slipcase to keep them all in, and a fancy, unique Dungeon Master screen. It’s really rather lavish, so is perfect if you want to treat yourself or someone else this Prime Day.

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D&D Rules Expansion Gift Set | $169.95 $89.97 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $80 – Once you’ve mastered the essentials of D&D, you can get into more advanced rules to improve the game with these bonus books. This pack gets you Tasha’s Cauldron of Everything with new subclasses, Xanathar’s Guide to Everything containing fresh character backstories and Dungeon Master tips, and Monsters of the Multiverse with its new player races. Plus, everything comes in a shiny slipcase with foil covers and a unique DM screen. As it so happens, that’s its lowest ever price too.

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D&D The Young Adventurer’s Collection | $32.99 $20.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $12 – Got a young gamer wanting to try D&D for the first time? This pack of four books is perfect because it’s designed to be a much more accessible way into the game. It comes highly recommended at that price as well, so it stands out in today’s Prime Day deals.

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D&D Player’s Handbook | $49.95 $22.95 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save 55% – Mastered the basic rules? You absolutely should grab this tome next. It contains everything you need to know about playing D&D (with a lot more detail than the basic rules), so it’s an essential purchase for everyone that wants to play long-term.

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D&D Dungeon Master’s Guide | $49.95 $27.97 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save 44% – If you’ve been inspired by Stranger Things’ Eddie to run your own games, this is the book you want. Besides giving you useful rules for being a Dungeon Master, it’s got loads of inspiration for worldbuilding, creating characters, making adventures, and constructing storylines. It’s pure gold even if you’re interested in writing fantasy content, so we can’t recommend it enough.

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D&D Monster Manual | $49.95 $26.90 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save 46% – When you start creating your own D&D campaigns, you’ll need to fill them with nasty creatures for your players to battle. And that’s where this one comes in. It’s crammed with hundreds of creatures (including stats and how to use them) that’ll give your sessions a unique flavor. There are classic monsters in here as well as some bizarre alternatives your players will remember for a long time, so it’s a solid purchase for beginners.

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Monsters of the Multiverse | $49.95 $29.97 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save 40% – Tired of the standard races like elves, dwarves, and humans? This book allows you to create adventurers outside of the standard ones featured in the Player’s Handbook. Owl people? Goblins? Centaurs? You’ve got it. It’s super helpful as a result so is worth a look.

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Tasha’s Cauldron of Everything | $49.95 $27.18 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $23 – Want something a little different for your games, or to roll a more unusual character? This book offers loads of cool new subclasses to spice things up in combat. It’s an essential purchase and hasn’t ever been cheaper.

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This is just the beginning when it comes to discounts – we’re also rounding up Prime Day video game deals, Prime Day board game deals, and Prime Day Lego deals as well.

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