October Prime Day is over, but these deals are still live on Amazon

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UPDATE: Oct. 12, 2023, 7:30 a.m. EDT This story has been updated with the top deals picks, pricing, and availability after Amazon’s Prime Big Deal Days.

Best October Prime Day deals that are still live:

Insignia 32-inch F20 Smart HD Fire TV

iRobot Roomba j6+

the Apple AirPods Pro (2nd Gen, USB-C) with their charging case

Just like crunchy leaves, pumpkin-spiced everything, and 12-foot skeletons, a second Amazon Prime Day sale is now a sure sign that fall has arrived.

Below, we’re keeping a running list of the very best deals still available after the Prime Big Deal Days event on Thursday, Oct. 12. The special sale has officially come to an end, so if you see something you like, you’ll want to grab it before the deal disappears for good — or wait until Black Friday comes around in just over a month.

The best deals to shop during October Prime Day

Note: All newly added deals are marked with a ✨, while deals with a 🔥 have dropped to an all-time low price. Amazon’s exclusive invite-only deals are marked with a 📨. Deals with a strikeout were either sold out or expired at the time of writing.

Why we like it

This is a still a low price for Apple’s latest AirPods Pro, some premium noise-canceling earbuds featuring dust resistance, support for lossless audio with the upcoming Apple Vision Pro, and a USB-C charging port. (Other than that, they look exactly the same as their predecessors with a Lightning port.) Those small tweaks were enough to earn them a Mashable’s Choice Award upon release in September.

Read our full review of the Apple AirPods Pro with USB-C.

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Apple Watch


TV deals

Why we like it

If you weren’t able to snag Amazon’s invite-only deal on the 50-inch Omni TV, this 43-inch TV isn’t a bad option for someone on a budget. This $110 markdown only makes the 4-Series TV even more affordable, and even at this ultra-low price, you’ll still get 4K resolution and support for Dolby Digital Plus.

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Headphone and speaker deals

Why we like it

Our biggest qualm about the Bose 700 headphones is their price, so we’re always stoked to see them get knocked down during a sale. (And now they’re just $10 away from last December’s record-low price on Amazon.) True to form for the brand, these headphones offer excellent active noise cancellation, but unlike their other headphones, they offer 10 different levels of it, so you can customize your ANC to what feels exactly right for you. Whether you’re looking for headphones to take with you on a plane or simply need to upgrade from an older pair, the Bose 700s are a great pick.

Read our full review of the Bose 700 headphones.

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  • JBL Clip 4$44.95 $79.95 (save $35) 🔥

  • JBL Go 3$24.95 $49.95 (save $25)🔥

Vacuum deals

Why we like it

The Roomba s9+ is still available for under $700.

The only Roomba series that beats the s9 Series in suction power is the j9 Series, which starts at $889.99 and just came out in Sept. 2023 — which is proving to be far too recent to warrant a Prime Day price drop. And if your main goal in getting a robot vacuum is to keep up with shedding on carpet, we’d recommend the s9+ over the smarter but less powerful j6+ or j7+. The s9+ cleans with 40 times the suction of 600 Series Roombas while the j7+ offers 10 times the suction.

Read our full review of the iRobot Roomba s9+.

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Robot vacuum and mop hybrids

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Laptop deals

Why we like it

This year’s 15.6-inch Galaxy Book 3 360 is a lightweight 2-in-1 laptop with a pretty AMOLED touchscreen display, a 13th-generation Intel Core i7 processor, and a virtually unrivaled 22-hour battery life. (For an even longer-lasting laptop, you’d have to go with something like the 16-inch, M2 Max-powered MacBook Pro, which starts at $3,499.)

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Home security camera and smart home deals

Why we like it

The Google Nest Cam has built-in intelligence and can tell the difference between a person, animal, and vehicle and send alerts directly through the Google Home app. And you don’t even need a subscription.

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Home security

Smart home

Smartwatch deals

Why we like it

The latest smartwatch from Samsung launched only this past August, but in classic Prime Day fashion, it already has a markdown. Mashable’s Alex Perry deemed it “the Android smartwatch mountain” back in September, praising its large always-on display, simple UI, and excellent lineup of fitness and health features (including sleep tracking).

Read our full review of the Samsung Galaxy Watch 6.

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Home and kitchen deals

Why we like it

This popular air fryer unlocks the ability to cook larger proteins and meals that feed your whole family all in one basket. It’s perfect for families or entertaining, and it’s still available for under $120.

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Air fryer and multicooker deals

Vitamix and blender deals

KitchenAid stand mixer deals

Gaming deals

Why we like it

This Nintendo Switch bundle has popped up around the holidays for the past few years, and we’re happy to see it again: It gets you a standard (non-OLED) Switch, a copy of Mario Kart 8, and a three-month Nintendo Switch Online membership (a $367.97 combined value) for the price of the console alone.

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Nintendo Switch



Beauty tech deals

Why we like it

Dyson deals are rare, so a $100 discount is significant. The Dyson Supersonic hair dryer is engineered to protect hair from extreme heat damage for fast drying and precision styling.

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Invite-only deals (update: no longer available)

Note: Prime members could request access to these invite-only deals in the weeks leading up to Prime Big Deal Days. All invitations were claimed at the time of writing.

Frequently Asked Questions

Prime Big Deal Days is a 48-hour sale for paid and trial members of Amazon’s Prime subscription service. Per a press release, it serves as the retail giant’s formal kickoff event for the 2023 holiday shopping season.

Prime Big Deal Days runs from Tuesday, Oct. 10 at 3 a.m. ET through Wednesday, Oct. 11. That’s three months after Amazon’s flagship Prime Day sale in July and about six and a half weeks out from Black Friday.

This marks the third time Amazon has held a Prime-exclusive sale in the fall, and the second time it’s hosted two Prime events in the same year: It moved Prime Day 2020 to October because of the COVID-19 pandemic and followed up Prime Day 2022 with the Prime Early Access Sale this same time last year. That name didn’t stick, evidently.

Prime Day will officially end at 11:59 p.m. PDT / 3 a.m. EDT. Historically, we’ve seen plenty of deals rolling over into the next day after Prime Day ends though, so you might not be completely out of luck if you happen to miss the sale.

Nope! Prime Day is a bit of a misnomer, because it actually lasts two days from 3 a.m. ET on Oct. 10 to 3 a.m. ET on Thursday, Oct. 12 (or midnight PT on Oct. 11). All in all, Prime Big Deal Days 2023 is a 48-hour sale.

You can participate in Prime Big Deal Days without committing to a paid Prime membership by scheduling a 30-day free trial around the event. Just remember to cancel it as soon as the sale is over to avoid getting charged.

Leah Stodart

Leah Stodart is a Senior Shopping Reporter at Mashable. She covers shopping trends, gift ideas, and products that make life easier, specializing in vacuums, TVs, and sustainable swaps. She graduated from Penn State University in 2016 and is watching horror movies or “The Office” when she’s not shopping online herself. You can follow her on Twitter at @notleah.

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Haley is a Mashable shopping reporter based in Chicago. Before joining the team, she covered politics for The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, wrote about exotic pet ownership for the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism, and blogged for several Jersey Shore stars. In her free time, she enjoys playing video games and hanging out with her parrot (Melon) and dog (Pierogi). You can follow her on Twitter at @haleyhenschel or reach her via email at [email protected].

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Bethany Allard is a shopping reporter at Mashable covering beauty tech, dating, and sex and relationships. She graduated from New York University with a B.A. in Journalism and English Literature. You can follow her on Twitter @betallard and reach her by email at [email protected]

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