Mark your calendars and prepare those mouse-clicking fingers. Amazon Prime Day is set for June 21 and June 22 and outside of E3, it’s the most wonderful time of the year for gamers!
Whether it’s extending your PS Plus subscription for cheap, snagging a few great games for less, picking up some accessories to improve your gaming, or even investing in a brand new gaming laptop or desktop, you can expect to see some big deals across all areas this Prime Day.
Last year, we saw PlayStation, Microsoft, Nintendo and PC all face the price-cut chopping board. We expect 2021 to be the same, so get this page bookmarked along with our Prime Day hub and prepare to shop.
And don’t forget — you need an Amazon Prime subscription to snag these offers.
Amazon Prime Day 2021: Quick links
What are the best Amazon Prime Day gaming deals?
Not only that but there are some discount console bundles and gaming laptops, too!
Best Amazon Prime Day gaming deals right now
Nintendo Switch: was £299 now £279 @ Amazon UK
Both a great home console and portable gaming machine, sporting an insanely good library of games, the Nintendo Switch is a must-have for any gamer! From Mario Odyssey to Zelda: Breath of the Wild, there’s nothing quite like them out there.View Deal
Hitman 3 (PS5): was £59.99 now £34.99 @ Amazon UK
Jump into the shoes of Agent 47 for the best entry in the World Of Assassination trilogy! Hitman 3 takes you across the globe for the creative killing action that IO Interactive is famous for. Plus, regular monthly challenges keep the game fresh.View Deal
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla (Xbox): was £57.99 now £31.23 @ Amazon UK
Another kind of assassin story, which is far more of a grand adventuring RPG, Valhalla takes you on a journey as a Norse berserker on his quest for revenge — spanning hours of gameplay and with a visceral combat system and a gorgeous visual style that draws you into the dark ages.View Deal
How do I get these Amazon Prime Day gaming deals?
As the name “Amazon Prime Day” may suggest, you need Amazon Prime to get access to these offers.
Normally it’s £7.99, but Amazon is offering a 30-day trial to see what the service is like and make the most of these discounts. That means if you just want the sale, you can cancel straight after. But, for Prime Video, music, Kindle books and the free next-day delivery, you may want to stick around.