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Prime Day monitor deals could be coming round again

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We thought the best Prime Day monitor deals for 2022 had been and gone, but there are rumours bubbling that suggest that, for the first time, Amazon may run a Prime Day 2 this year, offering a second chance for subscribers to grab some member-only deals. 

A good monitor is an essential for most working creatives, and they tend to be expensive, so if you missed out last time round, it makes sense to stay posted for a possible second round of Prime Day monitor deals, possible in October. During the original Prime Day 2022 in July, we found some genuinely good Prime Day monitor deals on displays from BenQ, Samsung, HP and more. So if the rumours are true and we do get a second Prime Day this year, we expect to see something similar. 

So whether you're in the market for a curved ultra-wide or regular-sized monitor, bookmark this page and come back regularly because we'll be updating it with direct links to the best Prime Day monitor deals if they do emerge – for now we've linked to the best monitor deals – and there are some decent deals to consider even if they're not part of Prime Day.

Remember that the best Prime Day monitor deals are for Prime members only, but you can sign up for a free Amazon Prime Day trial (opens in new tab) And make sure you follow our full guide to the best Prime Day2022 deals for more offers. And if you don't want to wait to find a saving, make sure you check out our guide to the best back to school 2022 deals.

Monitor deals – US

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SAMSUNG 32" Odyssey Gaming Monitor: $329.99 $235.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
28% off:
This super economical Samsung monitor has an impressive 165hz refresh rate, stunning borderless design and is even ergonomic. Its previous lowest price was $270 so you're saving a tidy $30 even on that. Definitely worth a look.

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BenQ 24" 1080p FHD IPS Monitor: $249.99 $199.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
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This space-saving widescreen with Full HD has an in-built noise cancellation mic and an ultra-slim bezel to allow for multi-panel configuations. We saw this slightly cheaper during the last Prime Day, but it's still great value now.

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LG UltraWide Monitor 34": $349.99 $299.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $55:
This is another monitor that we saw reduced slightly further during the last Prime Day, but it still has a discount now – and one that's available to everyone. With a 34in ultrawide screen, this is a great option for multi-panel working with 99% sRGB.

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BenQ 37.5" WQHD Ultrawide Curved Monitor: $1,049.99 $907.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $42:
This was one of the highlights of the last Prime Day monitor deals, when it was reduced by $250. There's a much more modest discount at Amazon at the moment, but this is one to watch if Prime Day comes around again.

Monitor deals – UK

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HUAWEI 34'' Ultrawide Curved Gaming Monitor: £449 £399.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £49:
This image-focused monitor has a fast 165hz refresh rate, brightness of 350 nits and 1.07 billion colours. It was reduced to £349.99 during the last Prime Day, so we suspect it might be reduced again.

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Samsung  LED monitor 34.1": £349.99 £322.39 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £27.60:
An ultra-wide monitor that has great connectivity, this also has AMD Freesync and WQHD quality. Again, this was cheaper during the last Prime Day, so it's one to watch if we get a second sale.

Looking for more deals?  See the TechRadar Prime Day hub (opens in new tab) on our sister site.

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Georgia Coggan is currently Creative Bloq's Acting Deputy Editor. Georgia started her freelance career working for CB in 2018, and since then has worked across the site on news, ecom, SEO content... basically anything and everything. Now covering the Dep Ed role for three months, Georgia is a slave to the style guide, a logo geek and loves all things London Underground (its branding history, and not at rush hour).