These are the best Prime Day deals for Apex Legends players

There are some great Apex Legends Prime Deals available right now that fans of the battle royale may way want to take advantage of. Whether you want a collector’s version of the game that comes with some extra goodies, or a console to play Apex Legends on (it is multiplatform, after all), we’ve gathered the best deals here. There are even some adorable Funko pops for you to show off your love of Apex Legends. And, of course, while searching for all of these Prime Day deals, we also included discounts on the best controllers and keyboard and mouse options to make sure every type of player can enjoy a deal.

After checking out these legendary savings, make sure you also check out our best gaming Prime Day deals to make the most of the gaming-related savings no matter what platform you prefer. 

It’s important to note that in order to take advantage of these deals you need to be an Amazon Prime member. If you’re not already subscribed then don’t worry, you can grab yourself a 30-day free trial further down the page. So without further adieu, here are the best Apex Legends Prime Day deals we could gather up. 

The best Prime Day deals for Apex Legends players

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Apex legends Champion Edition for PC| $40 $27.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save 30% Apex Legends may be free-to-play, but buying one of these special editions can get you some great extras. This one in particular includes all the legends through Season 7, exclusive times, and 1,00 Apex Coins. Keep in mind this is for PC only. 

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Apex legends PS4 Bloodhound Edition| $20 $17.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save 10% Apex Legends Bloodhound Edition comes with 1,000 Apex Coins, a Legendary Bloodhound skin and weapon skin, and a few more extras. If you wanna look good in the battle royale, you may want to snag this deal.

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Apex Legends Wireless Controller| $54.99 $49.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $5 PowerA’s wireless controller can help step up your Nintendo Switch gaming experience. With wireless connectivity and a cool, Apex-themed colorway, this will have you winning battle royales on the handheld in no time.

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Apex Legends Funko Pops | $18.93 $9.49 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save 50% If you’re looking for adorable Apex Legends Funko Pops, Amazon has several on sale for Prime Day. The savings vary depending on the character, but you can save 50% on this adorable Pathfinder, and apply a coupon for an extra 5% off.

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Apex Legends Heirloom Toys| $99.99 $49.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $50 If you love the Heirlooms in Apex Legends, you may want this for your home office. Make sure you tick the coupon box for an extra $3 off, and you’ll save more than 50% on these gorgeous toys. 

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Xbox Series S + SteelSeries Arctis 3 Wired Gaming Headset | $369.98 $294.98 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $75 – This deal gets you the little brother to the Xbox Series X as well as an excellent mid-range gaming headset for less than the price of an Xbox Series S alone. Hard to argue against that logic.

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PowerA Play & Charge Kit for Xbox | $17.99 $13.99 at Amazon
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Save $4This may not sound like the biggest saving in the world but it actually equates to over 20% off. If you’re a controller player like me, then you know that the worst thing ever is being in the middle of a build battle and your controller just dies. I use this play and charge kit so I can quickly swap out without worrying about batteries.

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Apex Legends Shield battery Stainless Steel Water Bottle | $26.99 $23.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $3Maxer has made a handful of Apex-themed water bottles to make your hydration cooler. Whether you want a shield battery, a thermite grenade, or a Phoneix kit, there are options to save a couple of bucks on a cool stainless steel water bottle. 

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Nintendo Switch Lite + 128GB microSD | $234.98 $219.49 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save 6% – If all you care about it gaming on the go, then it’s time you took a look at this fantastic Nintendo Switch Lite bundle. For just $219, you can get a console and a 128GB microSD card to increase the storage (and the amount of games you can fit in your pocket). Nintendo Switch’s are rarely in stock, let alone discounted – you know what to do!

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PowerA GameCube style wired Controller for Nintendo Switch | $24.99 $19.88 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $5 – If you’re looking to recreate some of those GameCube memories on your Nintendo Switch, you’ll want to check out this smaller saving on the PowerA wired controller. It’s only $5 off ahead of official Prime Day Switch deals, but that brings it below $20.

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Keyboard and Mouse Combo Set Adapter for PS4 / Switch/Xbox One | $54.99 $43.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
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– This 20% saving on this set brings it down to less than $45 and allows you to use a keyboard and mouse on your console. It’s easy to see that controller players are at a disadvantage in Fortnite so if you want to compare to PC players then be sure to pick this up. 

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If you want to get your hands on the best Prime Day Fire Stick deals then an Amazon Prime membership is the way to go. Fortunately, you can try out the service risk-free for 30-days risk-free. A subscription costs $14.99 / £7.99 per month, should you want to keep the Amazon benefits rolling once the trial time is done. 

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