Amazon Prime Day 2020: Afternoon Deal Round Up
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Amazon Prime Day 2020: Afternoon Deal Round Up

Rory Mellon
13 October 2020

The best of Prime Day so far…

Amazon Prime Day 2020 is now in full swing! 

The annual sales event sees the online retailer knocking money off a whole range of products from televisions to headsets, streaming mics to hard drives and we’ve got a roundup of the best deals so far down below. 

It may be called Prime Day but Amazon are stretching the savings across 48 hours so make sure to follow @GfinityDeals for the latest deals as they go live. 

Also, do remember you need to be a Prime member to take advantage of these savings. Don’t worry if you’ve just got a regular Amazon account, you get can get a 30-day FREE trial of Amazon Prime and start saving without spending an extra penny. 

Now onto our picks of the best deals of Prime Day 2020 so far…

Philips 50inch 4K Smart TV - Was £500, Now £399

There’s a huge range of savings across a wide assortment of televisions this Prime Day, but our pick of the bunch has to be £101 off this 50inch 4K Smart TV from Philips. 

While it’s definitely not the most high-spec 4K display on the market, as an entry-level model it’ll do the job without breaking the bank. 

The next-gen consoles are designed with 4K gaming in mind so if you’re upgrading to PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X this winter, you really should be upgrading your television as well.

Razer BlackWidow Elite gaming keyboard - Was £179.99, Now £75.99

The Razer BlackWidow Elite might claim an RRP of £179.99, but it’s been hovering around the £105 mark for the last few weeks, however, Prime Day 2020 has at last seen this high-quality keyboard dip below £100. 

At £75.99, this is a real bargain for a mechanical keyboard with deep customisation options and a design that puts comfort first. 

We were shouting about the value of this keyboard when the price was north of £100, now that it's just £75.99 we can’t recommend it enough. 

WD_BLACK 5TB P10 Game Drive - Was £134.99, Now £99.99

Western Digital have been going sales crazy over the last few months, with money being knock of its storage products throughout the summer and autumn. 

You can view the full range on sale here, but if you’re after a recommendation we’d suggest the WD_BLACK 5TB P10 drive. This external drive will work on both console and PC, and with a hefty 5TBs of space, it’ll take you a long time to fill this hard drive up, even if you’re downloading Call of Duty: Modern Warfare in full! 

It’ll even work with the PS5 or Xbox Series X, though do note it’ll only be able to store backwards compatible games as it’s not an SSD. 

FIFA 21 + 1050 FIFA Points - Was £56.98, Now £49

While it’s not exactly a massive saving, considering FIFA 21 is not even a week old this small discount is not one to sniff at. 

If you were planning on picking up the latest entry in EA’s annual football franchise anyway then this deal basically gives you 1050 FIFA Points for free, as £49 is a quid shy of the games usual price point anyway.

If you buy a copy on PS4 or Xbox One you’ll get a FREE upgrade to the next-gen version at launch, and your FUT progress will transfer over so if you pack someone decent with those 1050 points you’ll not lose out.

SteelSeries Arctis Pro wireless headset - Was £299.99, Now £204.49

SteelSeries makes some of our favourite gaming headsets around, so we’re very pleased to see a discount across the range for Prime Day 2020. 

The Arctis Pro is our pick of the bunch though, and at nearly £100 off now is the perfect time to pick up this excellent wireless headset.

Razer Seiren X streaming microphone - Was £99.99, Now £55.99

If you’ve ever fancied yourself as the next big streamer then now is the perfect time to get your live streaming setup to a pro-level.

The Razer Seiren X is one impressive piece of kit, and it’s guaranteed to help you take your streaming game up a level. 

At its lowest ever price of just £55.99, there really hasn’t ever been a better time to grab yourself a mic and start streaming.

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