[Updated on July 13 at 11:00 a.m. CT with latest deals and price checks]
IMPORTANT: Amazon Prime Day is now over, but these deals are still active right now
It's easy to forget your monitor when building a powerful gaming PC or carefully selecting all your accessories and peripherals, but your gaming monitor is your window into the world of video games. It's crucial you have a gaming monitor that fits your needs and your PC's capabilities, and Amazon Prime Day 2023 is the best time to find one. You need to act fast, though, as this year's Prime Day is ending soon.
You don't have to worry about choosing between the best gaming monitors, becauseI'll be hand selecting all the best deals this Prime Day to help you save as much money as possible when buying a great gaming monitor for your setup. There are also awesome Prime Day deals on 4K and ultrawide monitors, but I'll be focusing on monitors that balance high refresh rates, fast response times, and critical features like NVIDIA G-SYNC or AMD FreeSync.
I'll also be including monitors of all different display times, so be sure to read up on them all with our guide on OLED vs QLED vs AMOLED vs LED displays.
The best Prime Day deals right now
- Crucial P5 Plus 500GB PCIe Gen4 SSD: was $99.99 now $47.99 at Amazon
- ASUS ROG Zephyrus 14: was $1,399 now $799 at Best Buy (Save $700)
- Seagate 1TB Expansion for Xbox Series X|S: was
$219now $139 at Amazon
- Amazon 43" Omni 4K Fire TV: was
$399now $99 at Amazon
- Ring Video Doorbell w/ Chime: was
$79now $49 at Amazon
- eufy Video Doorbell Dual: was
$199now $129 at Amazon
- Google Pixel 6a (Charcoal): was
$349now $249 at Amazon
- LG A2 48" 4K OLED TV: was
$1,299now $599 at Best Buy
- Up to 58% off Samsung SSDs, memory cards, and more.
- Up to 58% off drives and memory from Seagate, Crucial, and more.
- Up to 50% off Logitech productivity and Logitech G gaming.
- Up to 50% off LG monitors, laptops, and earbuds.
- Up to 48% off PC components from AMD, Corsair, and more.
Today's best Prime Day gaming monitor deals
ASUS TUF Gaming 27" (VG27AQA1A): was
$269.99 now $199.99 at Amazon w/ coupon
This 27-inch QHD gaming monitor impresses with its overclocked 170Hz refresh rate and various gaming features like extreme low motion blur and shadow blur for reduced latency and enhanced contrast. Discounted to $220, this monitor is already a great deal, but you can get an extra $20 taken off with a coupon.
Price check: $199.99 at Newegg w/ coupon
LG UltraGear OLED 27" (27GR95QE-B): was
$999.99 now $923.67 at Amazon
OLED monitors are still relatively uncommon, so it's great to see this fantastic option from LG's UltraGear gaming brand go on sale. It's a 27-inch 1440p monitor with a 240Hz refresh rate, 0.3ms response time, NVIDIA G-SYNC, and so much more. It isn't perfect, but a lowered price makes it a far easier buy.
Price check: $999.99 at Best Buy
Corsair XENEON OLED 27" (27QHD240): was
$999.99 now $899.99 at Amazon
As amazing as the above monitor is, this model from Corsair is even better. It still uses a 27-inch, 1440p OLED display from LG with a 240Hz refresh rate and 0.3ms response time, but also brings fantastic color accuracy, HDR support, port selection, and ergonomic design.
LG UltraGear 32" (32GN650-B): was
$349.99 now $299.99 at Amazon
For those who prefer a larger monitor, this option from LG is an excellent value. It's 32-inches, QHD, 144Hz, supports HDR 10 and AMD FreeSync, and uses a VA panel for great contrast levels. Its picture quality isn't as good as more expensive monitors, though.
Price check: $349.99 at Best Buy
Acer Predator 28" (XB283K KVbmiipruzx): was
$599.99 now $549.99 at Amazon
Acer's higher-end Predator line is packed with great monitors, and this 28-inch 4K model is perfect for PC and Xbox gamers alike, thanks to AMD FreeSync and NVIDIA G-SYNC, a 144Hz refresh rate, and HDMI 2.1. It's not the best-looking display, but it's an excellent performer.
Samsung Odyssey G7 28" (G70A): was
$799.99 now $689.99 at Amazon
Samsung is well-known for making some of the best displays, and now that's true for gaming monitors as well with its Odyssey line. This high-end monitor is a ultra-crisp 4K with a 144Hz refresh rate and HDR support. While its Amazon discount is great, you can get it for even less at Best Buy right now.
Price check: $549.99 at B&H Photo (slightly different model)
Today's best Prime Day curved gaming monitor deals
Samsung Odyssey Neo G7 32" (LS32BG752NNXGO): was
$1,299.99 now $849.99 at Amazon
This Samsung gaming monitor seems like it has it all. A gorgeous 32-inch, mini-LED, 4K display supported by a tight 1000R curve and Quantum Dot technology... It's safe to say this monitor is gorgeous. It has 1,000 local dimming zones for insane contrast levels, an incredibly high max brightness, and still excels at gaming with a 165Hz refresh rate and 1ms response time.
Price check: $849.99 at Samsung
Dell Curved 32" (S3222DGM): was
$349.99 now $299.99 at Best Buy
This 32-inch, QHD, 1800R curved gaming monitor from Dell uses a VA-style panel to get great contrast ratio on top of DisplayHDR 400 support, a 165Hz refresh rate, and as low as 1ms response time. It's a competitive monitor at this price, and now it's even cheaper. It also gets decently bright and has solid picture quality.
Price check: $289.99 at Dell
LG UltraGear Curved 49" (49GR85DC-B): was
$1,299.99 now $899.99 at Amazon
In many ways, this monitor is a dream come true for some gamers. It's a true ultrawide with a 1000R curved 49-inch 32:9 Dual QHD display, but it still boasts a 240Hz refresh rate, a 1ms response time, and fantastic brightness and HDR support. Short of a much more expensive OLED alternative, this is among the best true ultrawide gaming monitors.
Price check: $896.99 at B&H Photo
Acer Nitro Curved 27" (XZ270 Xbmiipx): was
$329.99 now $244.98 at Amazon
If you really need a 240Hz refresh rate in your gaming monitor, this 27-inch, 1080p, 1500R curved gaming monitor from Acer is one of the most affordable ways to do it. With this absurd Prime Day deal, it's basically a steal.
LG UltraGear Curved 34" (34GP950G-B): was
$1,296.99 now $776.99 at Amazon
With a gorgeous curved 1900R panel, a 144Hz refresh rate you can overclock to 180Hz, DisplayHDR 600, an attractive design with narrow bezels, built-in RGB, and more, this monitor is simply fantastic. And thanks to Prime Day, you can get one for over $500 off.
Price Check: $776.99 at B&H Photo
Dell Curved Gaming Monitor 34" (S3422DWG): was
$499.99 now $346.99 at Amazon
Dell makes a ton of incredible monitors, and many of them are surprisingly great for gaming. This is a prime example with plenty of real estate, a 144Hz refresh rate, an anti-glare screen coating, and one of its lowest prices yet.
Price check: $346.99 at Dell
Samsung Odyssey G7 27" (LC27G75TQSNXZA): was
$699.99 now $427.99 at Amazon
Personally, I think that a 1440p QHD resolution at 27-inches is the sweet spot for a gaming monitor, and this ticks all my boxes. An incredible 240Hz refresh rate, a lovely curved display, and all the crucial gaming features are here in a beautiful, discounted package.
Samsung Odyssey G5 34" (LC34G55TWWNXZA): was
$549.99 now $399.99 at Amazon
Want a widescreen, curved gaming monitor on a budget? This discounted offering from Samsung still boasts a 165Hz refresh rate and AMD FreeSync, but its discounted price makes it more affordable than a lot of other curved monitors this size.
Price check: $399.99 at B&H Photo
Alienware Curved QD-OLED Gaming Monitor 34" (AW3423DWF): was
$1,099.99 now $899.99 at Dell
I personally use this curved QD-OLED gaming monitor from Dell, which combines a gorgeous ultrawide display with a 165Hz refresh rate for a fantastic gaming experience. Right now, it's $200 off.
Price check: $899.99 at Best Buy
Prime Day 2023: Dates and important information
If you're in the market for a new gaming monitor, either to upgrade or complete your PC gaming setup, Amazon Prime Day 2023 is a prime time to pull the trigger (pun intended). A ton of different top gaming monitor manufacturers like Samsung, Dell, Acer, and more are bound to participate in this year's Prime Day with sweet savings.
Amazon Prime Day has almost always happened in July, rescheduled to October 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and closer to summer in June 2021. The specific days vary, and 2023 sees Tuesday and Wednesday chosen for the 48-hour sales bonanza. Discounts don't necessarily wait for the official start date on Amazon, so some deals are already live across the store, but Prime Day officially closes at midnight on the last day in your region. Not just anyone can take advantage of the savings, though, so make sure you're ready.
When did Amazon Prime Day happen?
This year, Prime Day ran between 00.01 on July 11 and 23.59 on July 12 for '48 hours of great savings across all categories on everything they need for summer and beyond,' detailed in an official Amazon press release.
Could anyone take advantage of Prime Day?
To have qualified for Prime Day savings, you needed an active Amazon Prime subscription. You could either pay $14.99 a month or $139 annually, although if you were signing up for the first time, you'd be eligible for a 30-day Amazon Prime free trial which could be used during Prime Day and cancelled afterward.
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