Amazon Prime Day 2020 is now over. Held later in the year than usual, the retail giant's 48-hour deals extravaganza still delivered a barrage of gaming bargains. We saw offers on the Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PS4 accessories, plus a whole host of PC gaming components and peripherals. If you were looking, I hope you snagged something good!
While we wait for the event to inevitably roll around again next year, we're going to leave this page in place so you can see what the top Prime Day gaming deals were for 2020. It'll also be a good point of comparison for Black Friday later in the year, although we already know that some of these deals will be repeated in November by Amazon - but not beaten.
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Prime Day Nintendo Switch deals
A selection of Switch bundles went on sale during Prime Day. The highlight was a featured flash deal of a Nintendo Switch with Ring Fit Adventure for £314.99. After that sold out in two hours, you could also get a Switch with Animal Crossing New Horizons for £289.99 or Mario Kart 8 Deluxe for £299. There was also the Nintendo Switch Lite with Minecraft for £199. In the US, things were a lot quieter, as it was mostly game deals that were available. The likes of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Fire Emblems Three Houses dropped to $40.
Prime Day PS4 deals
With no console bundle offers over Prime Day, it was very quiet for anyone looking for a PS4 bargain. Instead, it was games and accessories that were blessed with discounts. Leading the way was a selection of DualShock 4 and PS Hits bundles - featuring Horizon Zero Dawn, God of War or Last of Us Remastered. Next to that, you could pick up a 12-month membership to PlayStation Now or save on games such as Fifa 21, Doom Eternal and Yakuza.
Prime Day Xbox deals
While there was some expectation that Microsoft could use Prime Day as an opportunity to clear any old console stock ahead of the Xbox Series X/S release, it didn't seem to fall that way. Instead, there was an Xbox One S and Fifa 21 bundle, but at the same price of the Series S, it didn't really make for a tempting purchase. It also seems that the factory refurbished Xbox Series X deal from earlier in the year was set to go live on Prime Day, but Microsoft pulled the trigger early due to the event's delay.
Prime Day PC deals
It was all about monitors and storage in this year's Prime Day PC deals. Offers from Samsung, Western Digital and Crucial were some of the best-sellers over the two days. Not surprising really, considering how good some of the discounts were if you wanted a bigger hard drive or SSD.
To get an understanding of it all, do check out Digital Foundry's picks for the best Prime Day PC deals that were on offer in 2020.
Prime Day TV deals
Televisions once again became a top ticket item this Prime Day. Funnily enough, it wasn't Amazon that ended up with the best offers for the most part, though. As we're seeing more and more, other retailers look to take advantage of the increased spending habits during the event, so we actually saw some better offers at Currys, Walmart and Best Buy
For more info, do check out Digital Foundry's look at the entire list of Amazon Prime Day TV deals.
And that about covers all noteworthy gaming deals that we saw during Amazon Prime Day 2020. Before you head off, do follow Jelly Deals on Twitter for all the latest updates on all sorts of bargains from across the web!