Amazon Prime Day: The Best Tech Accessory Deals

Yesterday we highlighted some of the best Apple-related product discounts that you can find on Amazon during Prime Day, and now we're focusing on third-party accessory markdowns during the event. In this article you'll find all the best accessories for charging, smart homes, smartphones, and more.

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Shoppers should remember that Prime Day sales are typically time sensitive, so purchase quickly if you're interested. Remember that you'll need an Amazon Prime membership to get Prime Day deals. You can sign up for a free 30-day trial of Prime on Amazon if you're a new customer; afterwards the service runs for $14.99/month or $139/year.

Anker

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As expected, Anker is offering a massive sale on its best accessories for Prime Day. We've highlighted some of the best products on sale below, including Bluetooth trackers and portable batteries.

Bluetooth Trackers

Cables and Wall Chargers

Portable Batteries

Hubs and Charging Stations

TVs

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Beats

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There's a big collection of Beats headphones discounted for Prime Day this year, starting with the Beats Studio Buds for $89.99, down from $149.95. The newer Beats Studio Buds+ are on sale for $149.99, down from $169.95.

The Powerbeats Pro are available for $149.99, down from $249.95 and the Beats Studio3 Headphones are on sale for $159.99, down from $349.95. Lastly, the Beats Solo3 Headphones are discounted to $108.95, down from $199.95.

Monitors

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Samsung's popular 32-inch Smart Monitor M8 (Model M80B) is down to the best price we've ever seen it on Amazon, available for $379.99, down from $699.99. Back during the 2022 holiday season we tracked this monitor at $399.99, so today's Prime Day discount is a new all-time low price.

In addition to the Smart Monitor M8, Amazon has a wide array of monitors and PCs on sale from HP, Acer, Samsung, and more for Prime Day. One of the highlights is Samsung's 49-inch Odyssey G9 Curved Gaming Monitor for $899.99, down from $1,399.99.

Satechi

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Satechi's Prime Day sale includes big savings on USB-C hubs, docking stations, chargers, keyboards, cables, and more.

Amazon Devices

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Of course, some of the best discounts can be found on Amazon's own line of products. This includes Kindle e-readers, Blink security cameras, Fire tablets, and more.

Memory and Storage

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SanDisk, LaCie, Seagate, WD, and more are offering great discounts on hard drives, microSD cards, memory cards, USB drives, external and internal SSDs, and more. In total, you'll find up to 58% off these accessories during Prime Day.

Plugable

Plugable's Prime Day deals focus on the brand's docking stations, and you can find even more discounts than those listed below on Plugable's Amazon storefront.

Google Nest Thermostat

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Amazon has the Google Nest Thermostat for $84.99, down from $129.99 during Prime Day. This is one of the lowest prices we've seen for the Nest Thermostat, and it's available at this price in all four colors.

Philips Hue

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More Sales

Audio

Smart Home

Computer Accessories

Keep up with all of this week's best discounts on Apple products and related accessories in our dedicated Apple Deals roundup

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Top Rated Comments

icanhazmac Avatar
13 months ago
Thanks to MR for filtering through the crap Amazon day brings to find the things we might be interested in.
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Alfredo_Delgado Avatar
13 months ago

How rich must people be to pay $139 per year for Amazon Prime? Imagine how much that is over 50 years.
Like with Costco, it's a matter of what you're buying and how much. If you have a handle on the going prices for necessities and you can get a deal from these vendors, then it doesn't take an excessive amount of purchases to justify not just subscribing, but committing to one of their cash back schemes. If you're not spending enough to at least cancel out the membership fee then your argument stands.
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jz0309 Avatar
13 months ago

You have to buy at that vendor then though. That is the problem with that scheme. You basically pay Amazon $139 per year plus a guarantee that you will spend a lot of money on deals to get back those $139. That very much restricts your freedom of choice.

In Germany they offer a Canon EOS R6 Mark II for €2.199 Euros for Prime members, but only today. That is a very cheap price, as the cheapest price anywhere else is €2.629 at the moment. So Prime members get a €430 discount. That sounds nice, but the psychological pressure is the problem. Having just until midnight to decide if you really need that camera might lead to panic buying for some.

That is very American. Here people pay €60 or so for cable TV, phone and internet combined. The fees in the US are so over the top. I remember there was a boxing fight on cable TV in the US and they charged $99 just for streaming that one fight. Personally I do not have any streaming service subscription. All that stuff is available somewhere for free. Netflix even pays millions to criminals for their story. I do not support that.
different markets, big deal, tell me then whenever my relatives from Germany come to the US they bring an empty suitcase and go shopping here and take it home full? because some items (eg clothing) are MUCH cheaper here than in Germany ...
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sw1tcher Avatar
13 months ago

How rich must people be to pay $139 per year for Amazon Prime? Imagine how much that is over 50 years.
Why imagine when you can do the math?

$139 x 50 = $6,950

But that's not accounting for the price increases -- it's gone up $20 every 4 years since 2014 when the price went from $79 to $99. If you've been a members since the beginning (in 2005 at $79 per year), and if Amazon sticks to their $20 price increase every 4 years, in 50 years you'll have spent just under $10,000.

But Amazon Prime isn't just about shopping and the free same-day or 2-day shipping benefits. There's also Prime Video, Amazon Music, Prime Reading, and more. If you don't have a need/use for those services (or shop at Whole Foods / Amazon Fresh), then Amazon Prime doesn't make sense for you.

It doesn't for me. But it does for 170 million-plus people in the U.S. (or 200 million-plus around the world).
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jz0309 Avatar
13 months ago

How rich must people be to pay $139 per year for Amazon Prime? Imagine how much that is over 50 years.
same could be said for so many other things, like in the older days $200+/month for cable TV, or for cloud services, or streaming music etc etc ...
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svish Avatar
13 months ago
Happy to see discounts on many products including some very good SSDs and Satechi products.
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