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These are the few Prime Day deals you can still get

These are the few Prime Day deals you can still get


Most of the best price cuts are gone, but the pickings aren’t totally slim — yet

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Prime Day 2021 is over. Most of the deals that we covered over the past two days are no longer available. You’ll certainly have another guaranteed shot to score similar discounts around Black Friday and Cyber Monday later in the year. However, that doesn’t mean that all of the Prime Day deals have up and disappeared. There are a few leftovers hanging around, and I’m going to point them out to you. You don’t need a Prime membership to access these deals.


This 2018 Apple Magic Keyboard comes with a built-in numeric keypad as well as scissor key switches, which work well with either an iPad or Mac.

Apple’s new Beats Flex earbuds, pictured in yellow.

Beats Flex

$7030% off

The Beats Flex neckband wireless earbuds offer USB-C charging and work on Android phones nearly as well as they do on an iPhone or iOS device.

  • Sony’s 55-inch A8H 4K OLED is $1,298 at Amazon (usually $1,900).
  • LG’s 48-inch CX OLED TV is $1,300 at Best Buy (usually $1,500).
  • Demon’s Souls for PS5 is $50 at Amazon (usually $70).
  • Super Mario Odyssey for Nintendo Switch is $40 at Amazon (usually $50). 
  • The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening for Nintendo Switch is $40 at Amazon (usually $60).

Microsoft’s first Android phone was its ambitious foldable Surface Duo. It features two OLED displays, and its high-end design fits in with the greater Surface family of products.


Nest Thermostat

The latest Nest Thermostat does away with advanced features in favor of a simpler feature set. As a result, it’s more affordable than previous models, but it’s a much more stripped down experience comparatively.