The best Prime Day graphics card deals 2023: GPU discounts on NVIDIA and AMD

PC gamers are generally willing to grab the best graphics cards at any discount, seemingly immune to the effects of price hikes besides vocalizing well-deserved frustrations. Amazon Prime Day 2023 brings early deals on GPUs and will undoubtedly see many reductions on more cards when the two-day sale event begins, so it’s the perfect time to bag an upgrade.

Probably the most expensive component you’ll find inside a gaming desktop PC, besides a custom-built water cooling loop, graphics cards tend to be a worthwhile investment due to their capability to stay relevant for multiple years. The more you invest, the longer your new GPU will handle the latest games at higher graphical settings.

I’m rounding up the best early deals and keeping my eyes peeled for the hottest GPU discounts during Prime Day, updating the lists below with my recommendations. I’ll likely be subjecting my own wallet to the deals mania, too.

Today’s best Prime Day NVIDIA GPU deals

Today’s best Prime Day AMD GPU deals

Prime Day 2023: Dates and important information

Amazon Prime Day 2023 promotional image

(Image credit: Amazon)

Amazon Prime Day has almost always happened in July, rescheduled to October 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and closer to summer in June 2021. The specific days vary, and 2023 sees Tuesday and Wednesday chosen for the 48-hour sales bonanza. Discounts don’t necessarily wait for the official start date on Amazon, so some deals are already live across the store, but Prime Day officially closes at midnight on the last day in your region. Not just anyone can take advantage of the savings, though, so make sure you’re ready.

When does Amazon Prime Day start?

As confirmed by Amazon, Prime Day will be live between 00.01 on July 11 and 23.59 on July 12 for ’48 hours of great savings across all categories on everything they need for summer and beyond,’ detailed in an official Amazon press release.

Can anyone take advantage of Prime Day?

To qualify for Prime Day savings, you must have an active Amazon Prime subscription. You can either pay $14.99 a month or $139 annually, although if you’re signing up for the first time, you’ll be eligible for a 30-day Amazon Prime free trial which you can use during Prime Day and cancel afterward.

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