Amazon Prime Day is kicking off a little later than usual this year – you can probably guess why – pushing it back from its usual mid-July slot to October 13 and 14. You’re probably wondering whether it should be called ‘Prime Day’, now that it spans two whole days of discounts, but you’ll need to take that up with Amazon itself.

During this time, you’ll see a slew of sales across all your favourite tech brands, whether you’re in the market for a brand new headset, monitor, graphics card, or pretty much anything to take your setup to the next level. Not all Amazon Prime Day deals are equal, though, as the daily deals are accompanied by Lightning Deals, which work on a first-come-first-served basis until stock depletes, and flash sales that only last a couple of hours.

There is one unsurprising catch, however, given its name – these deals are exclusive to members of Amazon Prime. The subscription costs $12.99 / £7.99 per month or $119 / £79 per year and comes with a host of benefits, from same- and next-day delivery to Prime Video, Prime Music, and more.

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