Amazon Prime Day, the two-day shopping bonanza that puts hundreds of thousands of products on sale, is over for this year. We brought you the best products and discounts in the tidal wave of tech deals, but the sale officially finished at midnight PT on Wednesday, July 13. However, there are still some products on sale that you may want to pick up.

All of Amazon's devices have gone back up to full price, but you'll find below the leftover deals that you can still snag today, including some of the best Android phones, smart home tech, Chromebooks, wireless earbuds, and more. Don't expect these deals to stick around for long, so you'll have to buy as soon as possible if you do want to pick any of these up. Remember that you need to be an Amazon Prime member for some of these deals, but fear not! You can sign up for a free trial in less than a minute and take full advantage of all the discounts.

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The best Prime Day deals you can still buy today

Google Pixel 6 and 6 Pro — up to $200 off (up to £200 off in the UK)

Two of the best phones on the market, the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro, are seeing deep discounts at Amazon on both sides of the Atlantic. Google's first flagship to feature its own chipset, the Google Tensor, has worked out its early bugs and proven itself a stellar phone with some of the best cameras on a smartphone today. I'm counting the days until I can go back to my Pixel 6; it's a good size, it works more consistently for me than the S22 Ultra I'm currently on, and Call Screening in the U.S. lets you kiss spam calls goodbye with a better spam blocker than anyone else (even Apple).

Update: Only the Stormy Black 128GB Pixel 6 remains $100 off at Amazon, and that is temporarily out of stock. The Pixel Buds A-Series are also down to their lowest price ever — likely because the Pixel Buds Pro will be arriving on June 28, but those will cost $200 — so if you want some of the comfiest budget earbuds ever, now's the time.

Samsung Galaxy A53 5G — $100 off

One of the best budget Android phones available today is the Galaxy A53 5G. It features a best-in-class 120Hz display, 6GB of RAM, and an Exynos 1280 processor; it's got solid performance for its usual $450 price tag. The camera can be a touch inconsistent, but with four years of security promised security updates, this is a phone that you can trust to stay secure and sturdy (so long as you grab a great A53 case) no matter how crazy life gets. On Prime Day, this was available at a lower price of $325, but it's still a solid deal at $350.

$350 at Amazon

Moto G Power (2021) — $90 off

The Moto G Power (2021) launched with a solid mid-range chipset, the Snapdragon 662. It retailed for $200 for the 3GB/32GB model and $250 for the 4GB/64GB version. For the price, it wasn't a bad phone by any means. But the existence of similar-priced budget devices like the Samsung Galaxy A13 5G with a better display, longer-lasting software support, and slightly better cameras made it hard to recommend. We saw this lower over Prime Day at $150, but it's still worth picking up at its new price, which is $10 higher.

$160 at Amazon

jabra-elite-7-pro-wm-5 Jabra Elite 7 Pro — $60 off

Jabra's latest and greatest buds are not only among the best wireless earbuds on the market today, but they're also hands-down the best buds for calls (video or voice). Two mics for your voice, two for active noise canceling, and a "Voice Pickup sensor" that uses bone conduction to be extra-sure when you're speaking all combine to help you sound more natural and clear than its competitors. You can read the gushing review from our Editor-in-Chief, but first, grab this Prime Day deal before it's gone.

$140 at Amazon

Sennheiser CX True Wireless Earbuds — $49 off

The CX True Wireless earned its place as one of the best cheap wireless earbuds with sound quality that punches above its weight class and up to 9 hours of playback before it needs to go back in the case for a top-off. In fact, the audio quality here darn near matches Sennheiser's Momentum True Wireless 2, but without ANC, waterproofing, or wireless charging.

$76 at Amazon

Sony WH-1000XM4 ANC headphones — $110 off

These are no longer Sony's flagship over-ear headphones, but the WH-1000XM4s deliver fantastic sound quality and noise cancelation with excellent battery life. The Sony WH-1000XM4 supports Sony's LDAC codec, so you can stream high-quality music to get the best possible listening pleasure. And with a claimed battery life of 30 hours, you can use them for weeks without worrying about charging them. Earlier on Prime Day, these were cheaper at $228, but they're still discounted.

$236 at Amazon

Lenovo Chromebooks — Up to $150 off

These aren't at Amazon, but they're the best Chromebook deals we've seen this Prime Day. The Lenovo Chromebook 3 is down to $99, but it'll be updated and secure until June 2027, and 64GB of storage means you have enough room for educational apps and downloaded content from Google Play. Its only flaw is it doesn't have a touchscreen, which is the best way to interact with apps on a Chromebook. Earlier on Prime Day, we saw this at $79, so this isn't the best possible price for the Chromebook 3. Thankfully, the Lenovo Flex 3 is down to a jaw-dropping $99 and comes with a touchscreen and an extra year of Chrome OS updates.

Acer Chromebooks — Up to $300 off

There are two generations of the Acer Chromebook Spin 514, and both are deeply discounted today. The first generation (1H) — which arrived in the spring of 2021 — is a steal at $200; the Ryzen 3 can easily keep up with the average browsing session, and the only drawback is the 4GB of RAM rather than 8GB. The second generation (2H) debuted in fall 2021 with a much more premium slant. Fanless Intel Core i3 and i5s paired with 8GB of RAM and ample SSD storage make the Spin 514 (2H) worth a pretty penny, and the model has seen barely any sales in the last year, so get it while it's here.

Update: The $200 Spin 514 (1H) is sold out online, but if there are units in a nearby Best Buy Store, you can order them for pickup and still get the deal.

  • Acer Chromebook Spin 514 (1H) (Ryzen 3/4GB/64): $200 at Best Buy ($300 off)
  • Acer Chromebook Spin 514 (2H) (i3/8GB/128GB): $500 at Amazon ($200 off)
  • Acer Chromebook Spin 514 (2H) (i5/8GB/256GB): $600 at Amazon ($200 off)

Kasa Smart Plug Power Strip HS300 — 40% off

Individual smart plugs are fine and good, but if you want to control many appliances in a single area, you'll run out of space quickly. That's where Kasa's smart strip comes in: not only do you get surge protection for all your devices, you can turn them on/off via Alexa, Google Assistant, or the Kasa app. That's especially handy when paired with scheduled routines that can turn off the TV at bedtime or turn on your coffee maker and the humidifier in the morning.

$47 at Amazon

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE tablet — $180 off

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE is historically a little overpriced for what it offers, which means this Prime Day is one of the best times for us to recommend the tablet. While the 64GB model is on sale as well, we highly, highly recommend getting the 256GB version because the tablet's internal storage can fill up fast once you start downloading lots of games or movies, and external storage can't hold as many types of data as it used to. We saw this lower during Prime Day at $475, but this discount is still worth considering.

$500 at Amazon

Fitbit Charge 5 — $45 off

The Fitbit Charge 5 was the first Fitbit fitness band to gain a color display, and oh, what a difference it makes in everyday use. Watch faces pop more, fitness data is easier to glance at, and it's much easier to read outdoors. Add in week-long battery life and Fitbit's tried-and-true tracking prowess, the Charge 5 more than earns its title as the best premium fitness tracker on the market today.

Update: The Steel Blue/ Platinum is sold out, but Lunar White/Soft Gold is still $105, and Graphite/Black is $110.

$105 at Amazon

SanDisk Ultra microSD cards — up to 50% off

SanDisk has long competed with Samsung for the title of best microSD card, and they've put their most popular series on sale today. The SanDisk Ultra has been around for a few years now, but the cards are fast and reliable, both things we need in a card that might hold the only copy of that dashcam accident footage or your vacation photos off your camera. From 128GB up to 1 terabyte, most Ultra models are between 40-45% off.

From $17 at Amazon

Amazon Fire TV Omni 65-inch smart TV — 40% off

Another big area where Amazon discounted this year was its range of smart TVs powered by Amazon Fire TV, the company's streaming device OS. The Amazon Fire TV Omni Series were the standout deals, and luckily one of them remains on sale today. It's the 65-inch version, which has Dolby Vision and hands-free Alexa.

$500 at Amazon

Roku Streambar — $40 off

Soundbars can be pretty expensive, especially if you're just trying to improve your bedroom TV experience. Thankfully, the Roku Streambar doesn't break the bank, and as part of this sale, it's even cheaper than usual. Combining the best of Roku's lineup of 4K-capable players with solid audio quality, this is as good a time as any to improve your movie-watching experience, no matter what room you're in.

$90 at Amazon

Looking for more Prime Day deals? Our colleagues over at XDA Developers and MUO have some more tech-focused deals — including Apple products, you cross-platform traitors — while GameRant has tons of games, desktop, and laptop accessories all rounded up and ready for you.

When is the next Amazon Prime Day?

Typically, Amazon Prime Day is once a year. The retailer often runs sales during Black Friday or Cyber Monday, but it often keeps its Prime Day moniker for its two-day summer shopping event. The timing has fluctuated in recent years, primarily due to the pandemic and its impact on the stock.

Rumors suggest there may be a second Prime Day sale during 2022. A note seen by CNBC showed that the company is working toward an event called "Prime Fall." Amazon has asked third-party merchants to submit their Lightning Deals picks by July 22, so it seems we may be seeing another sale sooner rather than later in 2022. The note doesn't confirm when this sale will occur, but that July deadline heavily suggests it'll be ahead of Black Friday.

It's currently unclear if this "Prime Fall" event will be as big as the regular Prime Day event, so we don't yet know whether you'll see such extensive discounts as we did in mid-July. If this event doesn't happen, we'd expect Prime Day 2023 to be the next big event with the Amazon name attached, which will likely take place in the middle of next year. We'd expect it to be around the middle of July.

What Prime Day deals did we expect in 2022?

Almost everything on Amazon gets some kind of discount or Lightning deal around the Prime Day sales event. Smartphones and smartphone accessories of every flavor will be discounted, as will smart TVs, tablets, computer accessories, and, of course, computers themselves. In previous years, Prime Day has been the perfect time to grab a good Chromebook as Amazon targets parents who need something for their children to do homework before school starts.

Fitness trackers and smartwatch deals are fast and frequent. With the Samsung Galaxy Watch5 expected to arrive in late August or September, the Galaxy Watch4 will likely reach its lowest prices ever on Prime Day 2022; the Galaxy Z Fold3 and Flip3 will be in the same position. The Pixel 6a also launches at the end of July, so Prime Day may be the last chance to grab the Pixel 5a on sale. That puts three of the best Android phones on the market at likely their lowest prices to date.

While you may not see deals on the PS5 or Xbox Series X, you're likely to find some of the best deals on games for both of these platforms — as well as Nintendo Switch and PC. MicroSD cards reach very low prices, which are necessities for your Switch, dash cam, phone, and camera. Speaking of dash cams, both they and all manner of indoor/outdoor security cameras will be primed for you to finally pull the trigger on. Almost all Amazon devices like the Echo Show 10 smart speaker, Kindle e-reader, and the Fire TV Stick 4K will almost certainly see a price cut.

Of course, there will be hundreds of thousands of Prime Day sales in every product category from clothing to coolers. Since we're an Android site, we'll primarily focus on all the best deals you need to see. From ridiculously low prices on USB-C cables to Lightning deals on 4K TVs, we'll comb through them all. Apple fans, however, need not worry since everything from Apple AirPods Pro to the Apple Watch have gone on sale in the past.

Do you have to be a Prime member to get Amazon Prime Day deals?

Yes. Amazon Prime Day deals are only for members. Although an Amazon Prime membership costs $140, students, EBT, and Medicaid recipients can score a discount. You can sign up for a free 30-day trial to get access to the deals. Just remember to cancel your free trial once the event ends and your packages have arrived.

That said, your Amazon Prime account comes with much more than just free shipping and access to incredible deals. It also includes discounts at Whole Foods, access to Amazon Prime Video and Prime Music, along with a lot of other perks. Plus, you may find it helpful over Black Friday 2022.

In previous years, Amazon has even added member-only concerts to Prime Day in order to amp up the two-day event. The company has also partnered with sports franchises to bring its Prime members NFL and MLB games.

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