Can't wait for the best Amazon Garmin Prime Day deals 2024? What's on offer right now

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If you're looking to buy Garmin tech and can't wait for this year's best Amazon Prime Day deals then there are still some great offers available right now, whether you've  watches, bike computers, or satellite communicators on your hit list. 

Scroll down to find links to all the best bargains we've spotted, and don't forget to come back for Amazon Prime Day 2024, when we'll be hand-picking the top offers on the site and putting them all together right here to save you time and effort.

The exact date for Amazon Prime Day 2024 hasn't been unveiled yet, but it normally takes place around the second week of July, so we've marked that in our calendars. And don't be fooled by the name. The event actually runs for two days, with deals starting at midnight on the first day and finishing at 23:59 on the second. 

To get the 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.

If you need some help choosing, our roundup of the best Garmin watches will give you the information you need. All the watches in the list have been tested by our experts for weeks, so you can be confident that you're getting the best advice.

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If you can't wait until Amazon Prime Day, there are lots of other deals on Garmin tech running throughout the year. Here are the best sales running right now.


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.

Rosee Woodland
Senior Staff Writer

Rosee Woodland developed a taste for adventure at a young age, growing up in a home where camping was the default holiday, and good weather was a vacation bonus rather than a necessity. After bike-packing the length of France in her mid teens with her family, she started to undertake solo forays in her 20s, usually without the benefit of much technical gear at all. Happily, the years she later spent as a mountain biking journalist eventually gave her an appreciation of decent kit! These days she loves a water-based adventure, and is an outdoor swim coach, and a keen free diver. She has a soft spot for Northern Ireland's Mourne mountains, and can also be found hiking and kayaking in Pembrokeshire and the South West of the UK.