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Amazon Prime Day Garmin deals 2023: what to expect

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The 2022 Amazon Prime Day deals are over, but you're in the right place to find out exactly what to expect during next year's event when it rolls around.

The date for next year's Prime Day isn't likely to be announced until a few weeks before it takes place, but it's likely to take place in July 2023. The event historically took place in June until the Covid-19 pandemic threw a spanner in the works, leading Amazon to push the 2020 sale back to October. It's now reverted back to a summer date, and if nothing else goes awry, we anticipate that continuing for 2023.

Although the deals won't be revealed until that date, we can make a few educated predictions about the offers for 2023. Amazon often takes the opportunity to clear some of its older stock of Garmin watches, so previous-generation devices like the Forerunner 245 and 945 are likely to see deep discounts, as is the Fenix 6.

There's a possibility that we might see the launch of a Garmin Venu Sq 2 later this year, in which case we'd expect to see a big price cut for the original Venu Sq as well.

Cycling computers, sat-sav systems, and heart rate monitors are all likely to get price cuts as well. At the time of writing, the Garmin HRM-Pro Plus has just hit the market, replacing the HRM-Pro, so it's quite likely that we'll see the older device on sale. THat would be a great deal if so; Garmin has just issued a software update that brings the best features of the newer devices to the HRM-Pro, so the two are almost identical.

To grab these special deals, you'll need to sign up for Amazon Prime now in the US (opens in new tab) or the UK (opens in new tab). You'll also get extras like free delivery, access to Prime Music, and TV and movie streaming. Not sure you want to commit? There's a one-month free trial that will cover Prime Day if you sign up now, so you can always cancel if you're not sure.

When the big day rolls around we'll also be rounding up the best Amazon Prime Day camping deals, so stick with Advnture to make sure you don't miss out.

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US deals

Amazon Prime Day 2023 is still a long way off, but you don't have to wait until July next year to get a big discount on a sports watch, cycle computer, or sat-nav.

UK deals

Today's best deals

Can't wait until Prime Day 2023? We've rounded up the best deals on a range of Garmin watches for you right here, with offers in your region updated daily.

Best deals of Prime Day 2022

There were some excellent Amazon Prime Day deals on Garmin watches in 2022, with many devices dropping down to their lowest ever prices. In the US, you could pick up the Garmin Enduro for $499.99 – a saving of $300 off the list price. The Garmin Fenix 6X Solar Sapphire was also going cheap, with a huge $250 off its MSRP.

In the UK, meanwhile,  you could pick up the Garmin Fenix 6 Pro for £304.99 (almost half price) and grab the excellent Garmin Instinct Solar for its lowest ever price of only £149.99.


When is Amazon Prime Day?

Amazon Prime Day 2023 is likely to take place in July, though we won't know for certain until nearer the time. It's not just Amazon, though. Over the last few years, Prime Day has evolved into a sales event similar to a mini Black Friday, with other retailers holding their own sales at the same time.

Some of those deals might even beat Amazon's, so we'll be rounding up all the best Garmin offers from around the web for you right here.

How long does Amazon Prime Day last?

Prime Day usually lasts 48 hours, with the deals beginning at midnight.

When does Amazon Prime Day end?

Amazon Prime Day usually ends at 23:59, 48 hours after it started, with most products returning to their original prices at midnight. In previous years we've seen some deals continue longer, but the vast majority finish as soon as the event is over.

Cat Ellis

Cat is the editor of Advnture, She’s been a journalist for 13 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).