The Best Prime Day Gaming Deals Still Available (Friday Update)

Amazon Prime Day ended earlier this week, but there are still some great deals to be found on video games, tech, and entertainment in its wake. A fair number of Prime Day deals are still available at Amazon and competing retailers who hosted anti-Prime Day sales. This includes some of the best game deals, such as Pokemon Sword and Shield for $40 and NBA 2K21 for $35. We’ve rounded up the Prime Day 2020 deals that you can still take advantage of now.

Since Prime Day is over, though, there’s no telling when the following deals will expire. If you see anything you’re interested in, it’d be smart to snag it as soon as possible.

Game deals

We’ve separated the best game deals still available, by platform. As you’ll notice, some of the best Nintendo Switch deals are still up for grabs, including first-party exclusives for as low as $40.

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Google Pixel 5’s wimpy camera is driving me to the iPhone 12

I’ve used Google Pixels and Apple iPhones for my daily smartphone photography needs for years. I’ve mostly relied on Pixels because of Google’s pioneering computational photography software, which wrings superior image quality out of limited hardware. My current iPhone, an XS Max, has been relegated to occasions when I’ve needed a telephoto lens.



a close up of a cell phone: Google's Pixel 5 smartphone has ultrawide and wide-angle cameras, but no telephoto for more distant subjects. Stephen Shankland/CNET


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Google’s Pixel 5 smartphone has ultrawide and wide-angle cameras, but no telephoto for more distant subjects. Stephen Shankland/CNET

But two recent smartphone launches — of¬†Google’s Pixel 5 and Apple’s iPhone 12 lines — have changed my mind. The midrange camera hardware on the Pixel 5, and the high-end array of cameras on the iPhone 12 Pro Max, along with the gadget’s large image sensor and new software options, are pushing me to the Apple camp.

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It wasn’t supposed to be this way. I’ve been impressed by Google’s ability to

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