Prime Day is over, but that doesn't mean the turntable deals are! Throughout the event we saw discounts and savings on a huge range of record players, some of which are still kicking around today.
If you're in the UK, there's still a few quid to be saved on gear from House Of Marley and Lenco, while a couple of portable record player options from Crosley and Victrola are also still discounted.
For US readers, the best deal is 36 bucks off a Crosley T400A stereo turnable (opens in new tab). Gra one while you still can!
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Prime Day turntable deals: UK deals
House of Marley Stir It Up Turntable:
£229.99, now £219 (opens in new tab)
Hit up Amazon today and you'll save a tenner on this sustainably crafted bamboo record player. It also boasts Bluetooth pairing for hooking up to your wireless headphones or speaker, plus USB recording so you can digitize your favourite records. An average score of 4.4 out of 5 via over 100 reviews means there's little to dislike about this budget turntable (opens in new tab).
Prime Day turntable deals: US deals
Prime Day turntable deals: Quick links
- Amazon UK | Make big savings on top choice decks (opens in new tab)
- Currys | From Audio Technica to Sony and Denon (opens in new tab)
- Argos | Explore their budget record players (opens in new tab)
- John Lewis | Shop turntable deals (opens in new tab)
- Amazon US | Audio Technica, ProJect, Sony and more (opens in new tab)
- Best Buy | Options for all budgets and setups (opens in new tab)
- Walmart | Save cash and spin your wax in style (opens in new tab)
When is Prime Day?
Prime Day usually takes place around July each year, with the exception of 2020 when Covid understandably meant a shift to October instead of mid-Summer.
This year, Amazon has confirmed that Prime Day will happen a little earlier than usual on 21 and 22 June.
Prime Day starts a 00.01am BST on Monday and ends at 11.59pm BST on Tuesday 22nd June. If you're in the US, Prime Day kicks off at 00.01am PT on Monday and ends 11.59pm PT on Tuesday 22nd June.
Do you need a Prime subscription?
If you want to take advantage of the best Prime Day turntable deals on Amazon, then yes you will need to get yourself an Amazon Prime account.
Right now, a monthly Prime subscription will cost you £7.99/$12.99 (which can be cancelled at any time) and a yearly option is £79/$119.
We're not suggesting you do this of course, but you could always sign up for your free trial, bag all the bargains you want, then cancel before you have to start paying the full subscription amount...
Prime Day turntable deals to look out for
The turntable discounts to look out for this year will be on gear from Sony, ProJect, Rega and Audio Technica.
If you have a little more in the budget , you'll be winning if you can find a good deal on the Technics SL-1500C, Pro-Ject T1 or Clearaudio Concept.
Whatever you're looking for, we'll be sharing all the best offers on this page.
Looking for something else? While we’re covering all the best Prime Day turntable deals, our pals at TechRadar will be hunting down the best deals on everything else - from video doorbells and pet food, to coffee machines and smart watches - so head over to their Amazon Prime Day deals page (opens in new tab) for the latest offers.
Prime Day turntable deals: Last year's best deals
Here's a quick taste of the calibre of Prime Day turntable deals you can expect to see this year, based on the events of last year:
House of Marley Wireless Turntable | Was £229.99, now £179.99
The design of the Stir It Up Wireless turntable features natural bamboo for a warm look and a built-in pre-amp that's compatible with any of the company's speakers – and those from other manufacturers – for easy connection.
Sony PSHX500.CEK Turntable
Everything about this turntable screams class, from the sturdy tonearm for accurate tracking, to the ability to record your vinyl as high-res audio. It supports phono and line output, too.
Audio-Technica AT-LP120XUSB | Was £239, now £229
This wasn't a huge discount, but this manual direct-drive turntable regularly features in buyer's guides, thanks to excellent manual control and USB functionality to convert your records to digital format, not to mention that Audio Technica is a huge name in the turntable world.
The Cheapest Turntable Of the Day| Was £64.99, now £51.99
(opens in new tab)The cheapest turntable we found on Prime Day was this VIFLYKOO Bluetooth portable turntable and digital encoder. We couldn't vouch for the quality and features personal for this was crazily cheap and had plenty of decent user reviews.
Audio Technica AT-LP60XBT | Was $208.60, now $149.00
This fully automatic belt-drive stereo turntable has the added convenience of Bluetooth wireless connectivity. So you can set up your turntable in one room and listen to it in another without having to run a bunch of cables. Result.
Audio Technica AT-LP120XUSB | Was $348.60, now $279.00
Like many manufacturers, Audio Technica have produced a clone of the classic Technics LP12, and this is their version. Features a direct-drive motor, an adjustable dynamic anti-skate control, a selectable phono preamplifier and USB output. With decent money off, this was a bargain.
Crosley C200 Direct-Drive Turntable | Was $279, now $188.95
Crosley has been wowing us with it's wares lately, offering quality, features and sound over and above what their budget reputation suggests. The C200 looks more like a DJ deck, with it's balanced S-shape tone-arm. You could grab it with a $90 Amazon discount during Prime Day.
Crosley C-10 turntable | Was $399.99, now $270.99
This belt-driven record player enjoyed a chunky $124 discount at Best Buy. The mahogany finish gives this deck an old school vibe, while the tonearm and platter design makes it look like a turntable worth much more.