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The Best Prime Day Gaming Deals Still Available (Friday Update)

Even though Amazon Prime Day is over, you can still snag some great deals, including Pokemon Sword and Shield for $40.

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Amazon Prime Day ended earlier this week, but there are still some great deals to be found on video games, tech, and entertainment in its wake. A fair number of Prime Day deals are still available at Amazon and competing retailers who hosted anti-Prime Day sales. This includes some of the best game deals, such as Pokemon Sword and Shield for $40 and NBA 2K21 for $35. We've rounded up the Prime Day 2020 deals that you can still take advantage of now.

Since Prime Day is over, though, there's no telling when the following deals will expire. If you see anything you're interested in, it'd be smart to snag it as soon as possible.

Game deals

We've separated the best game deals still available, by platform. As you'll notice, some of the best Nintendo Switch deals are still up for grabs, including first-party exclusives for as low as $40.

Best Nintendo Switch deals

Best PS4 deals

Best Xbox One deals

Subscriptions

A couple of solid discounts on PlayStation Plus and Xbox Live Gold are still available after Prime Day.

PC gaming deals

While most PC gaming Prime Day deals have ended, there are still a few hardware deals up for grabs at great prices.

4K TV deals

If you're looking for a new 4K TV to complement the PS5 or Xbox Series X, there are some holdover deals on stellar 4K TVs from top brands. For more info, check out our guide to finding the best 4K TV for next-gen gaming.

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