Expand your console storage space with these Prime Day hard drive discounts

Ends today.

Today is the last day of Amazon's Prime Day offerings for 2018, so if you did have a real itch to spend some cash, you may want to jump on board before the day is out. With that in mind, there are some nice discounts on hardware that can let you expand the storage space on your consoles, specifically a range of Seagate external hard drives.

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In the US, you can check out the entire range of discounted hard drives for Prime Day. There, you'll find a big batch of hard drives of both internal and external styles.

As far as external hard drives go, you will be able to pick up one of these and simply plug it into your Xbox One or PS4 via a USB cable, instantly expanding your storage space and allowing you to download many more titles and have them stored on your system, ready to play, at once.

Specifically, you can pick up these:

  • Seagate Backup Plus Ultra Slim 2TB external hard drive for $62.99
  • Seagate 2TB Game Drive for PS4 for $62.99
  • Seagate Backup Plus Ultra 2TB external hard drive for $58.99
  • Seagate Backup Plus 4TB external hard drive for $89.99

Head over to the hub page and take your pick, but any of those drives will work with your PS4 or Xbox One console, and those prices are pretty damn nice, even if the offer is fleeting.

Over in the UK, there are a lot fewer deals on external hard drives, but if PC gaming is more your style you can grab an internal 500GB Samsung 860 EVO SSD for Ł84.99 (its lowest ever price)

You can find these deals and many more over at our guide to the best Prime Day gaming deals, as well as Digital Foundry's own top picks for Prime Day.

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Jamie is the Commerce Editor for Gamer Network and can usually be found writing about games, tech and his belief that there were never enough Jet Set Radios.

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