Amazon Prime Day 2021 has come to a close after 48 straight hours of record-low discounts on practically every type of product, from TVs and monitors to laptops, SSDs, and smartwatches. On the gaming side, there were quite a few notable deals worth taking advantage of, from markdowns on Game Pass Ultimate to next-gen PS5 games and first-party Switch titles. Though it wasn't a huge range of gaming deals, many of the deals that did pop up were a pleasant surprise, offering best-ever prices on a ton of titles. And if you're sitting here thinking, I wish I'd spent a little longer digging around the deals, you're in luck, because we've gone through everything we covered earlier this week to find the very best Prime Day deals still available.
From monitors to laptops and games, we're still seeing a handful of great discounts still available past Prime Day--for whatever reason, these products are still sticking to the price they were at during Amazon's blowout sale. The remaining deals could end at any time, and stock is running low for some products.
One of the best Prime Day deals for Xbox owners is still available, letting you add more time to your Game Pass Ultimate subscription for less. Amazon still has 3-month codes knocked down to $30 on Wednesday. New subscribers should first sign up at Microsoft to get their first three months for $1, a limited-time offer.
One of Prime Day's best monitor deals is still hanging around on Wednesday, with the LG 27GN750-B still on sale for $280, its lowest price on record. It could go back up in price at any time. This 27-inch IPS monitor is tailor-made for performance, with a 1080p display and 240Hz refresh rate for the smoothest gameplay experience possible. It also supports FreeSync and is G-Sync compatible to minimize stutter and tearing. It's not just one of our favorite gaming monitors on the market right now--the LG 27GN750-B is also highly rated on Amazon with 4.8 out of 5 stars and over 7,000 reviews.
Select PS5 games are $20 off at Amazon, including the wonderful Demon's Souls remake. Bluepoint created an authentic remake of the From Software classic. It's still as challenging as ever, but it does look a whole lot more stunning on PS5.
LG has carved out a space in the market exclusively for its OLED TVs, and for good reason. The CX might be 2020's consumer model, but it's still one of the best 4K TVs you can buy today for any content, and especially if you're looking for a premium experience for movies and games. With its support for Dolby Vision, incredible contrast and color reproduction, and inclusion of four HDMI 2.1 ports, it's a good investment for the future, too. It's currently at its lowest price yet on Amazon, though stock has been going in and out on Wednesday. If it sells out again, Best Buy still has the LG 65" CX OLED for $1,900, just $50 more.
Post-Prime Day, the Razer Blade 15 Base laptop in Mercury White has held onto its steep discount. The Razer Blade is as close as you can get to a gaming laptop with the profile of a MacBook, and even though it's due for a hardware refresh, it's not often you see it for $600 off. This powerful Razer Blade 15 Base configuration comes equipped with an RTX 2070 Max-Q, a 10th-generation Intel Core i7 (6 Cores/ 12 Threads) CPU, 16GB of RAM, and a 512GB SSD. It also has a 4K OLED display. That should be more than enough horsepower for popular shooters like Apex Legends and Fortnite, while also providing enough processing grunt for mobile video rendering and editing.
Surprisingly, one of Prime Day's best Apple deals is sticking around, though likely not for long, as the listing says "in stock soon" (you can still purchase it though). Apple's latest 13-inch MacBook Air with its in-house M1 chip is still on sale for $100 off. This MacBook Air features an 8-core processor, 256GB SSD, and 8GB of RAM. All three colors--Space Gray, Silver, and Gold--are available.
The Beats Studio3 over-ear, noise-canceling wireless headphones are still just under $200 after Prime Day. Available in multiple colors, the Beats Studio 3 features pure adaptive noise canceling so you can completely block out the world and focus on your work or music. It has up to 22 hours of battery life and also comes equipped with Apple W1 chip to easily connect to Apple devices (it's compatible with Android as well). The Studio3's on-ear controls also let you activate Siri, take calls, skip songs, and control volume.
Amazon still has a fantastic deal on Panasonic's RZ-S500W true wireless earbuds, dropping the typically $180 pair to $80. They feature dual hybrid noise canceling and ambient sound mode for letting in some external noise, easy touch sensor controls, and six microphones built-in for superb audio quality during calls.
Still available for $10 off, the Hori Split Pad Pro is one of our favorite third-party Switch controllers, with each controller sliding onto the side of your Switch, similar to Joy-Cons, but giving you a larger, more comfortable grip for handheld mode. The Split Pad Pro also gets you assignable rear triggers, a traditional D-pad, and Turbo functionality. Conveniently, you can also slide it into your Switch dock with the controllers still attached.
Nintendo's charming remake of The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening is still down to $39.88 post-Prime Day, though it's available to ship in 1-2 days.
Super Mario Odyssey is one of those first-party Switch games that's not always included in $40 promotions, but it's sticking around $39.88 for a while longer.
If you've yet to play the latest Fire Emblem game, now's as good a time as any to snag it while it's still on sale. It features excellent turn-based combat, memorable characters, and Persona-like relationship elements.
The Nioh Collection includes both Nioh games in an enhanced, remastered collection for PS5 with all six expansions included. It's still down to $49.94 today, despite normally selling for $70.
The Last of Us Part II is the brutal, complex conclusion to Ellie and Joel's story, and it's one of the best games of the PS4 generation. You can still pick it up for less than $30 today.
The Razer Kishi is one of the best phone controllers you can buy, and this particular model that's on sale for $70 was designed specifically for Xbox cloud gaming on the go. It features zero latency by connecting directly to your phone's charging port, an ergonomic design, and clickable analog thumbsticks.
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