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Here are our 17 favourite Prime Day deals that are still running

Here are our 17 favourite Prime Day deals that are still running
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The last 48-hours have been a whirlwind of Prime Day deals covering just about anything you can imagine. Amazon along with other online retailers have begun to wind down the bargains – but that doesn't mean you can't still pick up a bargain or two.

We've sifted through several sites and hand-picked 17 late Prime Day sales that are still running. Be warned: these could disappear at any time, so if something here piques your interest, get in quick.

Late UK Prime Day deals

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Cambridge Audio Melomania 1+ : Were £119.95, now £99.95 (opens in new tab)
For the first time ever, save £20 on a pair of our favourite budget earbuds. They boast comfortable fit, ridiculously good battery life and unbelievable sound for the money. If you buy one thing this Prime Day, these should top your list. Offer ends on 24 June, or earlier if stocks run out. 

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Apple AirPods Pro: Were £219, now £179, save £40 (opens in new tab)
If you want super fast pairing, clear audio and ace noise cancelling to turn down the outside world, these are the buds to go for. They're currently available with a massive £40 discount at Laptops Direct.

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Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700: £349.95, now £294.95 (opens in new tab)
The team over at Bose have lopped an impressive £55 off the price of their awesome 700 series. These are seriously good cans and are in our list of the best headphones for music for good reason.

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Philips Fidelio X3: Were £299, now £249.95 (opens in new tab)
Here at Louder, we love the Philips Fidelio X3 wired headphones. They’re robustly built for indoor use, are comfortable to wear and have superb sound. Get them from Amazon.

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JBL Boombox 2: Was £399, now £299 (opens in new tab)
The JBL Boombox 2 has a place in our loudest Bluetooth speakers guide thanks to its massive sound. Over at Currys PC World, you can save £100 on it right now!

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Marshall Stanmore II Speaker: Was £299.99, now £249 (opens in new tab)
If you live and breathe rock and roll you almost certainly appreciate the history of legendary amp brand Marshall. But did you know they make killer Bluetooth speakers too? The Stanmore II not only looks the part - and comes in black, natch - but it is capable of stream music from your phone with a range of up to 10 metres. What's more, it boasts a 50 watt class D amplifier driving its almighty subwoofer.

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Amazon Echo /w TP-Link Tapo Smart Bulb: £89.99, now £69.99 (opens in new tab)
Start up your smart home with this cracking deal on the Amazon Echo with a TP-Link Tapo Smart Bulb. The device itself is great and once plugged in, you'll be unsure how you ever managed without it.

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Apple TV 4K (32GB): Was £169, now £149, save £20 (opens in new tab)
If you have a 4K TV and have yet to dive into the world of Apple TV, then this is a pretty neat deal. Hook it up to your TV, log in and you’re away. You’ll also be able to dive into Netflix, BBC iPlayer, Amazon Prime Video, iTunes and more.

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Johnnie Walker Double Black: £42.50, now £29.90 (opens in new tab)
The Double Black shares many of the characteristics with the Johnnie Walker 12 year old but with the smokiness ramped up. No age statement on this blended whisky, but a dependable dram which for less than 30 notes is a must-buy at Amazon.

Late US Prime Day deals

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Beats by Dr. Dre: Were $349.99, now $189.99 (opens in new tab)
Best Buy have lifted the lid on this stunning deal on this pair of Beats Studio³ Camo Collection wireless noise cancelling over ear headphones. Save a whopping $160 right now.

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Beats Solo Pro headphones: $299 now $149 at Walmart (opens in new tab)
There are two levels of noise cancelling on board the Solos: Active Noise Cancelling for shutting almost everything out, and Transparency mode which lets in some of the outside world. Despite being power hungry settings, you'll still get up to 22 hours playtime. They look mean and lean, too.

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Audio Pro Addon T3: Was $199, now $149 (opens in new tab)
This chunky noise maker has 25% off the list price thanks to the team at Amazon. Build quality is brilliant and it boasts awesome audio.

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Samsung Galaxy Buds+: Were $149.99, now $99.99 (opens in new tab)
Best Buy have chopped a good chunk of change from the Samsung Galaxy Buds+. They’re water resistant, have built in mic and a battery life of 11 hours. True wireless at a great price.

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Skullcandy Indy True Wireless Earbud: $84.99, now $42.77 (opens in new tab)
Another brilliant deal from Amazon US on these Skullcandy earbuds. A nice little saving taking them to just over 40 bucks is quite a deal, especially when you factor in the fact they’re sweat resistant and have a 16 hour battery. Available in Mint, Black, Deep Red or Indigo

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Def Leppard: The Hysteria Singles: Was $99.98, now $72.99 (opens in new tab)
This brilliant box set contains all the 7-inch singles from Def Leppard’s massive Hysteria album and was released to coincide with the record’s 30th anniversary. Also includes a booklet with an intro by frontman Joe Elliott.

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AC/DC: Power Up: Was $34.98, now $19.80 (opens in new tab)
AC/DC's long-awaited 17th studio album Power Up was released in November last year and it gave everyone a much-needed boost after a pretty awful 2020. The boys at their very best – and there’s 43% off the 180g vinyl at Amazon. 

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Apple iPad mini Wi-Fi 64GB: Was $598.46, now $398.87 (opens in new tab)
Walmart have a not so small deal on the neat iPad mini - a model in Apple’s range we often feel gets forgotten about. This is the 64GB version which features a 7.9-inch Retina display, stereo speakers and up to 10 hours of battery life. The smaller size means it’s a bit easier to carry with you, but please don’t take it to gigs as it’ll only spoil the fun for the people behind you.

Scott looks after and updates Louder’s online buyer’s guides and also scouts out the best deals for music fans from every corner of the internet. He's spent more than 28 years in newspapers and magazines as an editor, production editor, sub-editor, designer, writer and reviewer. Scott joined our news desk in the summer of 2014, where he wrote extensively about rock, metal, prog and more, before moving to the eCommerce team full-time in 2020. Scott has previous written for publications including IGN, Sunday Mirror, Daily Record and The Herald covering everything from daily news and weekly features, to video games, travel and whisky.