I've scoured Amazon, these are the best 15 Prime Day monitor deals I can find

Prime Day monitor deals
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Amazon Prime Day is here, and there are Prime Day monitors deals on some screens that we would very happily buy. They include monitor deals on displays from Dell, Samsung, BenQ, Philips and more. We're updating this page regularly to track the best Prime Day monitor deals for creatives, including 4K monitors, gaming monitors, curved monitors and ultrawide monitors. 

Prime Day runs over 11 and 12 July with the Prime Day deals available to Prime members. But the good news is that we're also seeing deals from other retailers, and these offers are open to everyone. See our Apple Prime Day hub for more tech discounts, but in the meantime, here's our pick of the best Prime Day monitor deals so far.

The best Prime Day monitor deals

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Prime Day 4K monitor deals


ASUS ProArt Display PA32UCX-PK: $2,999 $2,040.52 at Amazon
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We're big fans of Asus's ProArt Displays, and this stunning 4K monitor for creative pros is no exception. With colour coverage of 99% DCI-P3 and 99.5% Adobe RGB, 1,200-nit brightness and a calibrator included, it has photo and video editors covered. It's naturally expensive, but this deal gets you a massive third off the regular price. You'll need to hurry though. There were only 10 left in stock at the time of writing.

Price check: Walmart $2,999


Dell S3221QS Curved 4K monitor: Was $399.99 now $329.99 at Amazon
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We rate this Dell display as the best cheap 4K monitor in our guide to the best 4K monitors on the market. Right now, it's even cheaper with 18% off. With a contrast ratio of 3,000:1, support for 1.07 billion colours, it offers vibrant visuals and plenty of useful features like Picture in Picture, picture by picture and EasyArrange, which lets you organise apps and tabs. The downside is the lack of USB-C, but we can't argue with this price, which is the lowest we've seen in months.

Price check: Walmart $538


BenQ SW321C 4K Photo + Video Editing Monitor: Was $1,999.99 now $1,899.99 at Amazon
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Sure, this photo editing monitor is still
very pricey, but we think it's great value for the specs it offers and a much more affordable option compared to pro monitors from the likes of Eizo. When we reviewed it, we were hugely impressed by the image quality and colour accuracy at this price. The price was actually slightly lower last week, but this Prime Day monitor deal is still a reasonable saving.

Price check: Best Buy: $1,999.99 

Prime Day gaming monitor deals


Sony InZone M9 4K 27in Gaming Monitor: Was $899.99 now $798 at Amazon
Save $101.99:
This Sony monitor tops our list of the best monitors for PS5 thanks to its fast specs, DisplayHDR 600 rating and all-important HDMI 2.1 port. A $102 saving might not seem massive, but this is the lowest price we've seen since a very brief drop to $788.99 for just two days in early December last year. We think the display was already great value for the specs it offers, so with 11% off it's really the obvious choice for 4K PS5 gaming at 120fps, and it will serve for PC gaming too.

Price check: Best Buy $799.99


Samsung Odyssey G7 27in Gaming Monitor: Was $699.99 now $449.99 at Amazon
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if you're on a tighter budget, we also highlight this monitor in our PS5 monitor guide as the best mid-range option. The 27-Inch WQHD (2560x1440) display boasts a super fast 240Hz refresh rate and 1ms response time and G-SYNC and FreeSync Premium Pro support to avoid dropped frames. With an immersive curved panel, it provides for a seamless gaming experience at what is now a very reasonable price with this pre-Prime Day monitor deal. Best Buy is matching the price.

Price check: Best Buy $499.99


Dell S3422DWG WQHD 34in curved gaming monitor: Was $499.99 now $347.99 at Amazon
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This is a bit of a cheeky one. When we started tracking Prime Day monitor deals, this was reduced to $349.99 but the deal was open to everyone. Suddenly it's just $2 cheaper but only available on offer for Prime members. Anyway, if you're looking for a gaming monitor Prime Day deal on a larger curved display, this is still our top pick. We've reviewed so many Dell displays over the years that we can be fairly confident of the build quality and performance. With a 144Hz refresh rate, 1ms MPRT and AMD FreeSynch, it should be fast and smooth. This is the lowest price on record, according to our price tracker.

Price check: Walmart $458.99

Dell S2721H 27-inch gaming monitor: Was $199.99 now $163.99 at Amazon
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Dell S2721H 27-inch gaming monitor: Was $199.99 now $163.99 at Amazon
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This is one of the cheapest gaming monitors you'll see out there without a discount, but 18% off makes it even more tempting. We haven't reviewed this one personally but it gets 4.7 stars from Amazon customers and we know that Dell makes quality monitors. It's also a lot more expensive at Walmart.

Price check: Walmart $340

Gigabyte G27Q 27 1440p Gaming Monitor: Was $329.99 now $229.99 at Amazon
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Gigabyte G27Q 27 1440p Gaming Monitor: Was $329.99 now $229.99 at Amazon
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We rated this as the best mid-range option in our pick of the best gaming monitors overall, but this pre Prime Day monitor deal shifts it into the budget category with a whopping 30% off. With a fast response time of 1ms, 144Hz refresh rate and FreeSync support, we think this 27in display punches well above its price range.

Price check: Best Buy $259.99| Walmart $499.98


Acer SB272 FHD Gaming Monitor: Was $169.99 now $119.99 at Amazon
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Want a gaming monitor Prime Day deal on a budget display that can also moonlight as an office monitor? We think it will be hard to find a better deal than this, almost a third off an already well-priced display. This isn't one for anyone who wants super-detailed images or lightning speed, but if you're looking for a cheap monitor to handle basic work or study needs and with reasonable specs for gaming, they don't come cheaper than this.

Prime Day ultrawide and curved monitor deals


Philips Brilliance 499P9H 49in SuperWide monitor: Was $1,399.99 now $979.99 at Adorama
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There's ultrawide and there's superwide. This massive 49in screen got an honourable mention in our pick of the best ultrawide monitors, so we've been tracking its price since release, and this is the cheapest it's ever been. You'll need to have the space for it, but it can be more convenient than using multiple separate screens. We don't expect to see a better price than this.
Price check: Best Buy $1,399| Walmart $1,246.82

LG 49GR85DC 49-inch curved monitor: Was $1,299.99 now $899.99 at Amazon
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LG 49GR85DC 49-inch curved monitor: Was $1,299.99 now $899.99 at Amazon
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This huge ultrawide screen has a whopping $400 off this Prime Day. It has a 32:9 aspect ratio and is also ideal for gaming as well as creatives who want to be able to see their work really big. The colour and contrast are excellent and did we mention this is a big saving? We haven't reviewed this monitor ourselves but it's one to add to our wishlist.

Price check: Best Buy $1,299


Samsung ViewFinity S6 34-inch ultrawide monitor: Was $699.99 now $434.61 at Amazon
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A wider screen can be a (literally) big convenience for anyone who works across multiple programs or windows allowing you to save time by keeping more work on screen. his curved screen from Samsung offers UHD resolution and plenty of space for working in multiple windows. With HDR10 support and 1 billion colours, colour and contrast are exceptional. The Thunderbolt version is more pricey but also has a decent discount.
Price check: Best Buy $599

Prime Day general monitor deals


ASUS ProArt Display PA248QV: Was $239.99 now $189 at Amazon
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We're big fans of Asus's ProArt Displays, and this WUXGA (1920 x 1200 resolution) 16:10 monitor offers great value. The built-in USB hub makes it a great docking station, and 100% sRGB/Rec.709 colour coverage will have many content creators and photographers covered, and all for under $200 in this pre-Prime Day monitor deal! The deal isn't exclusive to Amazon: Best Buy and Walmart are almost matching the price. There's also $30 off the larger 27in version.

Price check: Best Buy $189.99| Walmart $189.99

Acer KC242Y: Was $119.99 now $89.99 at Amazon
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Acer KC242Y: Was $119.99 now $89.99 at Amazon
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If you don't want a monitor with all the bells and whistles as some of the options on this list, but still want something decent, then this 23.8-inch offering from Acer could be just the thing. It has a speedy response time (1ms) a brightness of 250 nits and you can also tilt it to get the angle you want. 

Price check: Walmart $111.50


Dell P2419H FHD monitor: Was $249.99 now $178 at Amazon
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If you're looking for a monitor for general productivity rather than design or photo and video editing, you might only need an FHD screen rather than 4K or WUXGA. And you might not need to spend a lot of money at all, thanks to this massive 40% discount. The monitor has the usual quality build we expect from Dell, it's highly adjustable and provides a great picture for such a bargain price.

Price check:
Walmart $389

Need to know

How do we pick our top Prime Day monitor deals?

Our main aim here at Creative Bloq is to be a helpful and inspiring resource for creatives around the world. And that means for all creatives that work with computers and monitors – as we do. We've got several years' experience reviewing the best and the worst monitors, whether that's screens that will do what you need them to do for basic work, or the pro-level best monitors for video editors

So, before we report on a monitor deal, we will consider a host of different things. First, is the monitor any good? We look at the brightness, resolution, panel technology, contrast ratio, supported colours, colour space coverage, viewing angles, connectivity, general build and, of course, the price you're being asked to pay for all this. 

We take all these specs, and give you our informed opinion on how this monitor sits in context to its competitors, at the price that's being asked. Once we've found a good monitor, and a good deal price, we make sure that the deal price isn't bettered by any other retailer. You see, we don't just report on Amazon deals over Prime Day. Deals can be from any retailer out there – we're just interested in bringing you great deals.

What to expect from the best Prime Day monitor deals

Monitor prices vary massively. You can pay anything from around $100 for a budget screen to over $5,000 for a pro display with super broad colour coverage for photo and video editing. We expect to see Prime Day monitor deals across a range of devices from big brands, and the size of savings will usually be proportionate to the original price. We can expect to see savings of around $20 to $40 on cheap FHD screens and discounts of up to around $300 to $400 on large and expensive 4K screens. 

While we may get some official Prime Day deals for Amazon Prime members only, the majority of monitor deals during Prime Day are likely to be general discounts that are available to everyone. Even retailers other than Amazon are likely to offer some discounts to compete with the commerce giant.

Prime Day monitor deals: everything you need to know

Amazon Prime Day 2023 takes place on 11 and 12 July. To get official Prime Day deals, you'll need to be an Amazon Prime member (you can always sign up for a free trial), but many of the deals around, including those listed above are not exclusive Prime Day deals are open to everyone. 

To get the best Prime Day monitor deal for you, make sure you've considered what type of monitor you want, be it a 4K monitor for entertainment or creative work, a curved monitor or ultrawide monitor or a gaming monitor. Deals can come and go quickly, so bookmark this page and keep checking back to catch all the updates on the latest monitor deals.

Georgia Coggan

Georgia is lucky enough to be Creative Bloq's Editor. She has been working for Creative Bloq since 2018, starting out as a freelancer writing about all things branding, design, art, tech and creativity – as well as sniffing out genuinely good deals on creative technology. Since becoming Editor, she has been managing the site on a day-to-day basis, helping to shape the diverse content streams CB is known for and leading the team in their own creativity. 

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