Amazon Prime Day 2020 UK video game deals include cheap Nintendo Switch consoles

Cheap video game and console bundles are a big part of Amazon Prime Day this year, including PS4, Xbox, and Switch bargains.

It’s Amazon Prime Day again and for those that just can’t hold on till Black Friday that means a whole day of hanging around the Amazon website, hoping that a bargain turns up. Or you can just peruse the list below, that we’ll keep updated throughout the day.

There’s already been one good deal, for a Switch and Ring Fit Adventure, that’s been and gone but in the main Amazon has opted for the same approach as last time: year-old games at not much of a discount.

Things are cheaper but not by much and the only PlayStation 4 console deal has also already sold out, although offers are added throughout the day so there’s a good chance something better will come along later.

The Switch deals, especially the one that includes Animal Crossing, are pretty good though and it won’t be surprising if that disappears pretty quickly too.

Do bear in mind that for all these offers you need to be an Amazon Prime member to take advantage of them, which costs £7.99 a month.

Amazon Prime Day 2020 PS4 deals

Doom Eternal with steel poster (Amazon exclusive) – £19.99
The Yakuza Remastered Collection – £19.99
Dark Souls Trilogy – £33.99
PlayStation Now 12-month subscription – £49.99

Amazon Prime Day 2020 Xbox deals

Xbox One S 1TB console + FIFA 21 – £249.99
WD Black 5TB P10 Game Drive for Xbox One – £99.99
FIFA 21 + 1,050 FUT Points – £49.00
Doom Eternal with steel poster (Amazon exclusive) – £19.99
Dark Souls Trilogy – £33.99

Amazon Prime Day 2020 Nintendo Switch deals

Nintendo Switch Lite (grey) + Minecraft – £199.00
Nintendo Switch + BioShock: The Collection and Borderlands Legendary Collection – £299.99
Nintendo Switch + Sports Party + Rayman Legends + Monopoly – £279
Nintendo Switch + Animal Crossing New Horizons – £289
SanDisk 128GB microSDXC card for Nintendo Switch – £17.99

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