Amazon’s annual UK sales extravaganza is back for its fifth instalment, with the online retail giant stretching the shopping holiday across two days for Amazon Prime Day 2019.
From 15 July, gamers around the world will be able to take advantage of some of the best discounts and deals for consoles and games that Amazon has ever offered.
How to get the best deals for Amazon Prime Day 2019
For Amazon Prime Day 2019, The Independent has rounded up the best deals across Playstation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch consoles, games and accessories.
Our Tech team has hand-picked every deal featured here. We may earn some commission from the links in this article, but our selections have been made independently and without bias. This revenue helps to fund journalism across The Independent.
Amazon Prime Day best Playstation deals
PS4 500GB Fifa 19 bundle – was £249.99, now £219.99
Sony PlayStation 4 500GB Console with FIFA 19 Ultimate Team Icons and Rare Player Pack Bundle – was £249.99, now £2.19.99
Playstation 4 Gold Wireless Headset – was £68.98, now £49.99
PlayStation VR Mega Pack for PS4 – was £270, now £209.99
Fifa 19 for PS4 – was £37.99, now £17.99
Amazon Prime Day best Xbox deals
Xbox One S 1TB All Digital Console and extra controller and Game Pass Ultimate (3 months) – was £287.97, now £169.99
Assassins Creed Odyssey for Xbox One – was £24.99, now £19.99
Hitman 2 for Xbox One – was £19.99, now £16.99
Turtle Beach XO One gaming headset for Xbox One and Xbox One S – was £44, now £29.99
Amazon Prime Day best Nintendo deals
Nintendo Switch with £30 E-shop Credit and New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe – was £320.99, now £289.99
SanDisk 128GB memory card for Nintendo Switch – was £40.99, now £17.99
Wired controller for Nintendo Switch – was £24.99, now £19.99
Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy for Nintendo Switch – was £29.99, now £23.49
Visit our Amazon Prime Day guide to find the best deals across tech, home and garden and Amazon’s own devices.
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