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Best Prime Day Monitor deals in the UK

Prime Day monitor deals
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Amazon Prime Day is in full swing and the monitor deals keep pouring in, with all of them set to expire at the end of today.

Whether you need something with a lightning quick response time and smooth refresh rate for gaming, a colour-perfect panel with blue light filtering tech for hard working or something cheap and cheerful for all your home needs, you will find something that’s perfect for you in this sale.

Make sure you have our Prime Day hub bookmarked, as the deals are going to continue all the way up to the last minute and take your pick from the best monitor deals below.

And don’t forget — you need an Amazon Prime subscription to snag these offers.

Best Amazon Prime Day monitor deals right now

LG Ultragear 27GL83A-B: was £369 now £339 @ Amazon UK
This is different to other gaming monitor recommendations, as I own this one myself and can heartily recommend it! From its sleek design and QHD resolution, to wide colour gamut, 144Hz refresh rate and HDR 10, there’s a lot to love about LG’s Ultragear!

HP 27mq Quad HD: was £249 now £199 @ Amazon UK
If you want to amplify your productivity, look no further than the HP 27mq Quad HD, which is at a £50 discount right now. This monitor features a 27-inch display, a 1440p resolution and a 5 millisecond response time. The high resolution is great for those that need to edit photos or if you want to enjoy some movie watching.

Samsung Odyssey G7 curved gaming monitor: was £549, now £449 @ Amazon UK
This 1440p curved gaming monitor from Samsung is perfect for any enthusiast looking to level up their setup, without breaking the bank. At £100 off, enjoy a buttery smooth 240Hz refresh rate, HDR, an industry leading 1000R curve and plenty of IO at a great price.

BenQ EW3270U: was £399 now £321 @ Amazon UK
BenQ is known for pumping out affordable monitors, and with a £70+ discount on the BenQ EW3270U, it’s a steal. This monitor features a 32-inch display clocked in at a sharp 4K resolution. It features HDR support as well as 95% DCI-P3, which means it has a pretty solid color range. You don’t want to miss out on this deal.

Acer Nitro VG270: was £249 now £219 @ Amazon UK
If you’re looking for an entry-level gaming monitor that won’t break the bank, the Acer Nitro VG270 with a £30 discount is totally worth it. This monitor stacks up to 27 inches and features a basic 1920 x 1080 resolution. However, what makes it a gaming monitor is its 165Hz refresh rate and AMD FreeSync compatibility.

MSI Mag Artymis 242X: was £219 now £199 @ Amazon UK
The £20 discount here may seem small, but given what you get here, this is insane value for money! The MSI MAG is a 1080p 23.5-inch VA panel with adaptive sync, blue light reducing tech and a buttery smooth 165Hz refresh rate.

Lenovo L24q-30: was £179 now £139 @ Amazon UK
If you’ve been on the lookout for a 23.8-inch monitor that won’t break the bank, the Lenovo L24q-30 should be on your radar. It’s now only £139.99, a £40 drop from its original price. The 1440p monitor has a 74Hz refresh rate, a zippy 4ms response time and two ports for your connectivity options: HDMI and DisplayPort. This Lenovo monitor’s sleek, edgeless design will look good in your office, but you’ve got to scoop it up quickly before it shoots back up to its pre-Prime Day price tag.

AOC e1659Fwu: was £99 now £84 @ Amazon UK
The AOC i601Fwux 16-inch portable monitor is the ideal solution for Prime Day deal seekers hoping to secure a budget-friendly, miniature display. This LED AOC monitor sports a 1920 x 1080-pixel panel, a response time of 8ms and three ports: VGA, USB and USB 3.0. Snag this portable monitor for £84.99 for Prime Day, which is £15.00 off the original price.

Asus TUF VG27AQ: was £449 now £324 @ Amazon UK
Gamers, this is the monitor that will give you the competitive edge over your rivals and keep you on the top of the scoreboard. The Asus TUF gaming VG27AQ monitor is a 27-inch beast that offers a 1440p, IPS display, a 155Hz refresh rate, an ultra-fast 1ms response rate and G-Sync compatibility to help eliminate screen tearing. This gaming monitor would have cost you £450, but now, it’s only £324.

Samsung Odyssey G9: was £1,279 now £1,049 @ Amazon UK
This is it. The final boss. A 35-inch ultrawide 1440p display with HDR and 1,000 nits of brightness, paired with a 180 Hz refresh rate and a sweet price given what you get here! If you’re a pro with the money to burn, there’s no better option.

 Jason brings a decade of tech and gaming journalism experience to his role as a writer at Laptop Mag. He takes a particular interest in writing articles and creating videos about laptops, headphones and games. He has previously written for Kotaku, Stuff and BBC Science Focus. In his spare time, you'll find Jason looking for good dogs to pet or thinking about eating pizza if he isn't already.