Skip to main content

Amazing Wacom deals are now live, and they're the best we've ever seen!

Wacom One Prime Day deal
(Image credit: Future/Wacom)

Wacom's Cintiq remains one of the best drawing tables on the market, and it just got  more affordable with a hefty 20% off in the UK this Amazon Prime Day deal - taking the price down to just $422.99

This is the first time we've seen discounts on a Wacom One drawing tablet during Amazon Prime Day, and working out at a saving of £107, it's worth grabbing now. 

Amazon also has a Prime Day deal on the budget entry-level One by Wacom student drawing tablet – it's down to just £37.99 in the UK – see below for more details.

We'll be adding more deals as they go live on Amazon. You can see more of the best Prime Day deals in our constantly updated roundup, but you'll want to hurry to bag the Wacom One deal below, as we expect this one to sell out quickly.

Best Wacom deals: UK

Wacom Cintiq 16

Wacom Cintiq 16 £529.99 £422.99 at Amazon
Save £107:
Wacom's Cintiq still offers one of the best pen displays on the market. It boasts an anti-glare HD display and comes with Wacom's Pro Pen 2, with its 8,192 levels of pressure sensitivity. With 20% off the 16-inch model, this is the best price we've seen yet.

One by Wacom

Wacom Intuos Small £66.49 £52.99 at Amazon
Save £13.47:
Wacom's Intuos range offers an affordable entry point to drawing tablets, and this small model just got even cheaper this Amazon Prime Day. Pay barely over £50 for this accurate budget tablet that connects instantly to a Mac or PC via USB or Bluetooth.

  • Not an Amazon Prime member? Sign up here to access this deal and more.

You can see more Wacom tablet options in our guide to the best cheap Wacom tablet deals, or explore more tablets in our best drawing tablet roundup.

For more of the best Prime Day deals, check out our sister site T3's Amazon Prime Day hub

Meanwhile, take a look below to check for more of the latest deals on graphic tablets.

Read more:

Joseph Foley

Joseph is a regular freelance journalist at Creative Bloq. He also works as a writer and translator, as well as a project manager at a design agency based in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where he spends his nights dancing tango and drinking malbec. His interests include graphic design and social media.