The best Amazon Prime Day camping deals 2024: the event is over, but deals are still running

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Amazon Prime Day is officially over for another year, but some of the best camping deals are still running and you can find them all right here. Amazon cut the price of heaps of tents during the Prime Day sale, and we've spotted that several are still available for the sale price. These offers could end any time, so don't hang around!

If you can't see the tent or sleeping bag you want, Amazon is likely to run another sales event for Prime members in October, as it has done for the last two years.

To grab any of those deals, you'll need to be an Amazon Prime member. You can join Amazon Prime for $14.99 per month in the US, or £8.99 per month in the UK, and there's a free 30-day trial available that will see you through the event if you're not sure you want to commit long-term.

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Amazon isn't the only retailer with great deals on camping gear. so we've put together a list of all the best sales running right now.

US deals

Amazon: deep discounts updated daily
Backcountry: up to 60% off hiking and camping
Cabela's: Father's Day deals on camping gear
Coleman: budget-friendly camping essentials
Dick's Sporting Goods: tents and sleeping bags
REI: up to 40% off gear from big brands

UK deals

Amazon: Trespass, Campingaz and Vango deals
Blacks: over 50% off selecting camping essentials
Cotswold Outdoor: save 30% for a limited time
Go Outdoors: 15% off sale prices for members
Millets: up to 60% off camping gear

Camping deals

Prime Day might be over, but the offers aren't. The offers below were still running when we checked, but they could end any time.

Coleman Skylodge 10 Tent:$419.99$199.99 at AmazonSave $220

Coleman Skylodge 10 Tent: $419.99 $199.99 at Amazon
Save $220 Another extra large tent for less than half price post-Prime Day. It can be assembled in about a minute with some practice, has full-height windows with mesh screens to keep bugs at bay, and includes a room divider.

Coleman Cabin 6 Tent: $299.99$149.99 at AmazonSave $150

Coleman Cabin 6 Tent: $299.99 $149.99 at Amazon
Save $150 This six-person tent is just half price for Amazon Prime Day. Features include a waterproof tub-style floor, covered vestibule for your gear, panoramic windows, and detachable rainfly.

Yeti Rambler 14oz Mug: $30 $19.50 at AmazonSave $10.50

Yeti Rambler 14oz Mug: $30 $19.50 at Amazon
Save $10.50 This insulated camping mug is still on offer the day after Prime Day. It includes a Magslider lid to keep the heat in (or out). It's dishwasher-safe, so cleanup is a piece of cake with no risk of the outer coating peeling or cracking.

Yeti Rambler 20oz Travel Mug:$38$26.60 at Amazon
Save $11.40

Yeti Rambler 20oz Travel Mug: $38 $26.60 at Amazon
Save $11.40
This colorful Yeti mug is specially designed to fit neatly into your car's cupholder, and resist damage from knocks and drops when you're enjoying your coffee on the road. Prime Day is over, but it's still on sale.

Yeti Rambler 25oz Tumbler:$38$26.60 at AmazonSave $11.40

Yeti Rambler 25oz Tumbler: $38 $26.60 at Amazon
Save $11.40 Another Rambler that's made to slip into your vehicle's cupholder with ease, this 25oz tumbler has double-wall insulation, a condensation-resistant finish to keep your hands dry, and a lid with reusable straw for easy sipping.

Today's best prices

We've found today's best prices on the camping essentials you need to a successful trip. All the products below have been personally tested and recommended by the team here at Advnture, and prices are updated daily.

FAQ

What is Amazon Prime Day?

Amazon Prime Day is a two-day sales event, when Amazon gives Prime members special discounts on thousands of products. Some deals run for the full 48 hours, while others are Lightning Deals that only last for a brief time.

How long does Amazon Prime Day last?

Amazon Prime Day lasts 48 hours, usually starting at 3am EDT on the first day in the US, and 12am BST in the UK.

Cat Ellis
Editor

Cat is the editor of Advnture, She’s been a journalist for 15 years, and was fitness and wellbeing editor on TechRadar before joining the Advnture team in 2022. She’s a UK Athletics qualified run leader, and in her spare time enjoys nothing more than lacing up her shoes and hitting the roads and trails (the muddier, the better), usually wearing at least two sports watches.