Despite a rough start filled with downtime, glitches, and boycotts, Prime Day 2018 looks like it was a success for Amazon. The online retailer says it sold “more than 100 million products” during the 36-hour “day” of deals in a press release July 18.

Amazon’s own Fire TV stick and Echo Dot were the top sellers, which is no surprise given their extremely low $30 or less price points. The Instant Pot and LifeStraw (still on sale, see below) were also top sellers.

Prime Day officially ended as of 3 a.m. ET July 18, but after doing an audit of all the deals we recommended, we noticed that quite a few are still on sale for at or near their Prime Day prices. Below are the very best sales from all of our Prime Day articles, spanning many tech and entertainment categories. Up top, we’ve hand-picked deals we really love—because they’re products we’ve written about or already have experience with, so you’ll be sure to not accidentally pick a dud of a deal.

Be sure to also check out our Post Prime Day Deals from Apple, Walmart, and Other Stores.

Our Favorite Post-Prime Day Deals

Bose Noise-Cancelling Cans for Cheap

Bose Quiet Comfort 25 Headphones


These wired Bose headphones are perennial best-sellers and today they’re almost a steal. Usually priced at $300, you can get them today for less than half their MSRP. If you or someone you know fly a lot, then you’ll want these headphones. They sound good, and the noise cancellation helps your ears feel just a little bit better after a trans-continental trip in coach class.

Buy the Bose QC25 Noise Cancelling Headphones for $198 (were $299)

The Greatest R2-D2 Toy for a Real Bargain

Sphero R2-D2


Want to own the coolest Star Wars toy ever? You’ll be able to get a Sphero R2-D2 for way less than its $180 introductory price. It rolls around, lights up, and warbles in authentic astromech fashion. Artoo works with any Android or iOS phone with an feature-packed app. You’d have to be a moofmilker to turn down a deal like this one.

Buy the Sphero R2-D2 App Connected Droid for $81 (was $100)

The Best Android Tablet for Way Cheap

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3


When we sampled a wide array of tablets earlier this year, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 was easily the best Android tablet of the bunch. With a vivid 9.7-inch OLED screen, included S-Pen, and powerful specs, it’s a good buy at its MSRP but a great deal at $445.

Buy the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 Tablet for $445 (was $548)

A Solid Deal on a Good Fitbit

Fitbit Alta HR


We thought the Fitbit Alta HR was pretty good when we took it out for a spin last year, but with today you’ll save 40 percent, making it even sweeter. It’s compact, has the features we’ve come to expect from a Fitbit, and manages to last a week on a single charge.

Buy the Fitbit Alta HR for $120 (was $149)

Post-Prime Day Deals by Category

Best Smartphone Deals

Best Home & Health Deals

  • LifeStraw Personal Water Filter for $15 (was $25). Whether you’re camping, hiking, or traveling internationally, a light, small, portable, and packable water filter can save your life (or at least save you from a night or two of terrible tummy trouble). This is a great price for a water filter that doesn’t require any batteries and won’t make your water taste weird.

  • 23andMe Health and Ancestry Genetic Service for $139 (was $300). 23andMe’s genetic reports are wildly popular.

  • Tile Mate and Slim Combo Pack for $45 (was $60) – Add to cart to see additional discount.

  • Furbo Dog Camera for $169 (Was $249) – Is your stay-at-home dog so over frozen dog food in Kongs? We loved the Furbo when we reviewed it. It’s clean, simple, easy to use, and you can also remotely toss Cheerios at your crawling infants in a pinch.

  • August 3rd-Gen Smart Lock for $113 (was $150). We loved August’s pill-shaped, silver, Alexa-enabled smart lock when we reviewed it last year.

  • Black and Decker Lithium Drill for $35 (was $99). A surprisingly powerful cordless drill for the weight, and the price.

Best Kitchen Deals

Best Gaming & Entertainment Deals

We have more active gaming deals in our Non-Amazon Deals roundup. They’re from other stores, but you may still want to check them out.

  • Complete Harry Potter Film Collection for $41 (Was $79) – Relive Harry’s years at Hogwarts in stunning HD.

  • Persona 5 (PS4) for $42 (Was $60) This is a very good Japanese RPG with near universal critical acclaim.

  • Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle for $30 (Was $60) – Yes, this is a Walmart deal, but it’s a good one. It’s a WIRED Pick for Best Switch Games

  • Nintendo Switch + Game on Walmart for $330 (Was $360) – It’s also not an Amazon deal, but we thought you might want to know about this deal anyway. Normally the Switch is $300 by itself, but for $330, you get the system and a $60 game—your choice of Super Mario Odyssey, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, Zelda: Breath of the Wild, or Splatoon 2. These are four of the Best Games on Switch.

  • WD 2TB External Hard Drive (PS4) for $63 (Was $90) – If your PS4 hard drive is anywhere close to filling up, and it’s not hard if you own games like GTA V, you should consider an external hard drive. This one is compatible with PS4 and at a very good price.

  • Logitech G920 Racing Wheel & Pedals (Xbox One) for $247 (Was $400) – This racing wheel is highly reviewed. Here are the racing games it’s compatible with.

Best PC and Laptop Deals

Best Audio Deals

Best Amazon Device & Services Deals

  • Ring Doorbell Pro + Echo Spot for $278 (Was $380) – We liked both of these devices. Read our Echo Spot review.

  • Kindle for Kids Bundle $100 (Was $125) – Comes with 2-year warranty, no ads, a cover, and some other software bonuses just for kids.

  • 3 Months of Kindle Unlimited for $1 (Was $30) – If you read more than one Kindle book a month, it might be cheaper to pay a $10 subscription and get access to a million of them.

  • 3 Months of Kids FreeTime Unlimited for $3 (Was $9) – This service offers more than 10,000 vetted games, movies, TV shows, and apps for a child. Expect stuff like Nickelodeon, Disney, and PBS content. This works best if you own a Fire Tablet. Amazon is also offering 1 Year of Kid’s FreeTime Unlimited for $49 (Was $83)

  • Free Games if You Subscribe to Twitch Prime – Amazon is offering a free game every day, and exclusive pieces of in-game gear, for those who sign up for Twitch Prime. The service gives you ad-free game watching, free channel subscriptions, and other perks.

More Prime Day Coverage

Updated on July 18: We revamped this post to only feature deals still active after Prime Day ended.

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