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Amazon Prime Day brings with it a host of deals and a lot of savings to be had. One category that will surely be rife with options, based on previous years, is monitors. There’ll not only be your basic office and home working displays, but also gaming models, and we’ll have the best deals right here.
Don’t forget, that as Amazon Prime Day is for Prime members, you will need to be one to take advantage of the key offers. Nab yourself a 30-day free trial if you’re not already signed up.
Best Amazon Prime Day Monitor Deals
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- ViewSonic VA2247-MH 22 Inch Full HD 1080p Monitor with Ultra-Thin Bezel – Save $34.60 CAD
- Samsung 24-inch LED-Lit Monitor 75Hz Freesync – Save $36.39 CAD
- LG 27-inch Monitor with16:9 Full HD, IPS Display, 75Hz Refresh Rate, AMD FreeSync – Save $20 CAD
- MSI Full HD 27-inch Curved Gaming Monitor, 1ms, 165Hz Refresh Rate Free Sync Premium – Save $90 CAD
- BenQ MOBIUZ 27-Inch Curved QHD 165Hz VA Gaming Monitor – Save $358 CAD
- HUAWEI MateView 28.2” 4K+ UHD Real Colour Monitor – Save $70 CAD
- BenQ 28” 4K UHD IPS HDRi Monitor – Save $91.50
- LG UltraWide Monitor, 49 Inch 32:9 Dual WQHD 5ms 60Hz – Save $400 CAD
- MSI Optix G241 Esports Gaming IPS Monitor, 23.8-inch, 16:9 Full HD – Save £66.45
- Samsung M50A Series LED monitor, Smart, 24-inch, 60Hz IPS – Save £43.99
- Samsung CF39 Series LED monitor, curved, 24-inch 60Hz, 3000:1 – Save £50.99
- MSI Optix G272 Esports Gaming IPS Monitor, 27-inch, 16:9 Full HD, 144 Hz, 1ms – Save £54
- Acer Nitro 27-inch Full HD Gaming Monitor, 165Hz, 0.5ms – Save £60
- Samsung UJ59 Series 32-inch LED monitor (31.5″ viewable), 4K, 60 Hz 3000:1, 4ms – Save £110.99
- HUAWEI MateView GT 34” Ultrawide Curved Gaming Monitor, 165Hz, 21:9, 3K+ – Save £99.01
Is Amazon Prime Day 2022 The Best Time To Buy A Monitor?
In our opinion, Amazon Prime Day is the perfect opportunity to pick up a new monitor. Not only is it one of the only chances to secure yourself a pretty hefty discount, but you’re also actually more likely to snap one up before they go out of stock.
This is down to the fact that while Prime Day is a big event, it pales in comparison to Black Friday thus making it a little less popular. Therefore, this means that there will be fewer people virtually queuing to pick up these discounted displays. Moreover, Prime Day is only available to those that are Prime subscribers, making the pool of potential customers that bit smaller.