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The best Prime Day deals under $25 still available — recap

Save big with these budget buys at Amazon

Fire TV Stick 4K
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Prime Big Deal Days may be over, but that doesn't mean the deals have all dried up. In fact, there's still plenty of time to make some solid holiday gift purchases even though the event has come to an end..

To help you save some money and some time, I'm rounding up the best Prime Day deals you can still get for $25 or less. From Alexa devices to workout apparel, from video games to Blu-rays, we're on the lookout for deals that anyone would want. 

While there's a good chance some of these Prime Day deals will last through the week, nothing is guaranteed. So if you see something you like, but it on sight or it could expire at any time.

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Energizer AA Batteries: was $19 now $14 @ Amazon

Energizer AA Batteries: was $19 now $14 @ Amazon
Batteries always come in handy around the home, so if you can get them for a discount, you’re onto a winner. These Energizer AA batteries are reduced to just $14 this Prime Day, giving you a 30% discount. There’s 32 batteries in the pack in total, which works out at an affordable 44 cents per battery. 

CAP Barbell Coated Dumbbell Weight: was $23 now $19 @ Amazon

CAP Barbell Coated Dumbbell Weight: was $23 now $19 @ Amazon
Want to workout this Prime Day? Then this is the deal for you. This 15lb dumbbell is on sale for just $16, down from $23. With hexagonal heads, you don’t need to worry about it rolling away during your routine. Plus, the knurling on the handle gives added grip. I bought the 35-lb. pair of these dumbbells ($37) during the pandemic and still use them occasionally for my home workouts. 

Hanes Cool DRI Workout Shirts: was $28 now $16 @ Amazon

Hanes Cool DRI Workout Shirts: was $28 now $16 @ Amazon
The Hanes Cool DRI Workout Shirts are great for weight training and they're made of moisture-wicking material so they don't weigh you down. However, be warned that if you do HIIT/cardio workouts and sweat a lot (like me), they're not as great. Also, they run small so I would recommend buying via "Prime Try Before You Buy" so you can try on different sizes and just keep the ones that fit. 

Fire TV Stick 4K: was $49 now $22 @ Amazon

Fire TV Stick 4K: was $49 now $22 @ Amazon
Providing 4K resolution, HDR color palettes, and speedy navigation, the Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K makes for a great streamer — especially at this price. It’s a pretty versatile device too. You can stream your favorite movies, listen to music or play games straight from your TV. We’ve tested this model, and found that it delivers in terms of functionality, price, as well as performance. Note that there's a newer 2023 model, but it's not on sale. Check out our Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K review for more info.  

Portable Phone Stand with Speaker: now $25 @ Amazon

Portable Phone Stand with Speaker: now $25 @ Amazon
Having a way to prop your phone up while cooking or cleaning is awesome, but having a way to prop your phone up and make the audio louder is a real win-win. This portable phone stand with speaker does just that and it does it for a reasonably cheap price.

ASUS ROG Sheath Gundam Edition Mousepad: was $29 now $25 @ Amazon

ASUS ROG Sheath Gundam Edition Mousepad: was $29 now $25 @ Amazon
Do you need a special edition Gundam mousepad from ASUS? No, probably not. But should you still seriously consider buying one because of how cool it looks? Yes, you absolutely should. 

The Super Mario Bros. Movie: was $25 now $13 @ Amazon

The Super Mario Bros. Movie: was $25 now $13 @ Amazon
Looking for a way to keep kids entertained this holiday season? Don't miss this Lightning Deal on The Super Mario Bros. Movie. While it's a great deal at its regular price of $25, for a limited time you can get the Blu-Ray + DVD + Digital combo for just $12.99. 

Magic: The Gathering Lord of The Rings Starter Kit: was $36 now $13 @ Amazon

Magic: The Gathering Lord of The Rings Starter Kit: was $36 now $13 @ Amazon
The Lord of the Rings Magic: The Gathering set is one of the biggest in recent memories, giving players from every generation an opportunity to hop back into the game. This set packs two 60-card decks as well as codes for both people to unlock both decks and play each other online in MTG Arena.

Here to Slay: was $20 now $14 @ Amazon

Here to Slay: was $20 now $14 @ Amazon
Here to Slay is a fun party-slash-card game that combines the aesthetics of Dungeons & Dragons with the cuteness of puppies, kittens, squirrels and unicorns. You'll attempt to build a party that can defeat three evil boss monsters faster than your friends can. Gain an obvious advantage, however, and your friends might team up to take your heroes. 

Strixhaven: Curriculum of Chaos: was $49 now $19 @ Amazon

Strixhaven: Curriculum of Chaos: was $49 now $19 @ Amazon
If you ever wanted to play D&D but wasn't quite sure how to script your own adventure, check out the Adventure Books from Wizards of the Coast. One of the most fun starting places for a new adventure is Strixhaven, a college for adventurers. There's several adventures in the book and each one unfolds over the course of one academic year at Strixhaven. Expect student rivalries, campus hijinks, and a sinister plot brewing beneath it all.

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Anker Portable Charger, Power Bank, 10K Battery Pack with High-Speed PowerIQ Charging Technology and USB-C

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This deal is so good that our Deals Editor Rory Mellon purchased two of them. Simply put, the Anker PowerCore Slim 10000 is one of the best portable charges you can buy. It can repeatedly charge up your smartphone to full capacity before it runs out of juice. And with the 10,000 mAh battery contained in a durable and sturdy case, you won’t have to worry should you scratch it. At 30% off, this is an affordable as well as a useful investment. 

Anker PowerCore Slim 10000: was $17 now $12 @ Amazon

TMNT: Shredder's Revenge

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Cowabunga! If you miss the ol' Ninja Turtles NES beat-em-up game, Shredder's Revenge is absolutely the game you've been dreaming of. A spiritual successor to the older arcade game, Shredder's Revenge is a side-scroller action game that puts you in the tabi of the four Ninja Turtles as you battle Shredder's never-ending forces. 

If you don't own a PS5, the game is also available at the same price for PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder's Revenge - PlayStation 5: was $34.99 now $24.99 @ Amazon

Board games

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Are you a big board game lover? Amazon is running some great deals on the biggest names in board games today. (Links to Amazon.) 

One of our personal favorites is Here to Slay, a fun party-slash-card game that combines the aesthetics of Dungeons & Dragons with the cuteness of puppies, kittens, squirrels and unicorns. If you want a fun card game to teach friends when they come over, this is a great one to go for. 

Here to Slay: was $20 now $14 @ Amazon

Image from the Super Mario Bros. Movie teaser poster

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If you want to build out your Blu-ray collection, today is a great day to do it. There are a number of awesome deals on regular Blu-rays, DVD/Blu-ray combos and even a few 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray deals thrown in the mix. One really great deal is the one going on for The Super Mario Bros. Movie which, thanks to a Lightning Deal, is down to just $13 @ Amazon

Check out the full list of Blu-ray deals on Amazon.

Belkin MagSafe Wireless charger prime day deal

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It's the day after Prime Day but that doesn't mean all the deals have dried up. In fact, we usually see a few curated deals hanging around for the next few days. We're constantly scanning to find the best bargains still available and will flag them up here.
Like this Belkin MagSafe Wireless Charger (pictured above) that was $30 and is still down to $19 @ Amazon right now.

iPhone 15 Pro Max and iPhone 14 Pro Max next to one another.

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You've probably heard, but the iPhone 15 Pro Max (pictured above atop the iPhone 14 Pro Max) has switched from Lightning to USB-C and, in the process, probably made a whole lot of your cables redundant. The good news is you can pick up the 10ft uni USB C cable at basically half price on Amazon right now. The cable offers up to 48MBps data transfer and will also power your MacBook or iPad.
uni USB C to USB C Cable 10ft was $19 now $9 @ Amazon.

Skullcandy headphones

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Need a spare pair of headphones to leave in the car or tucked inside your gym bag? These wireless buds from Skullcandy could do the trick. They're IPx4 rated for standing up against sweat or the rain and battery life stands at 3.5 hours for each bud. That's backed by a further 8.5 hours from the carry case. And interoperability between iOS and Android means they'll work with your phone no matter which side of the OS fence you're sitting.  
Skullcandy Dime True Wireless: 
was $26 now $18 @ Amazon

TP-Link WiFi extender

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Need to boost your home network on the cheap? This Dual Band WiFi Extender could be the answer. It'll boost WiFi coverage up to 1,200 square feet and connects up to 30 devices. And thanks to this ongoing Prime Day deal, it slots in nicely under $25.

TP-Link WiFi Extender with Ethernet Port:
 was $34 now $19 @ Amazon

Anker PowerCore Slim portable charger with a Tom's Guide deal tag

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We're re-flagging this excellent deal from earlier in the event that's still live now - albeit with a small price increase. The Anker PowerCore Slim 10000 is one of the best portable chargers you can buy. It's able to charge up your smartphone multiple times and the 10,000 mAh battery comes housed in a rugged casing. The lack of USB-C output is a disappointment but it's otherwise a travel essential. It's still under $25 but has been bumped from $12 to $17. Still worth buying, though.
Anker PowerCore Slim 10000: was $29 now $17 @ Amazon

Halo Infinite

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If you're reading this in Britain, there are still some lingering cheap deals at Amazon U.K. to take advantage of. I recommend picking up a copy of Halo: Infinite for just £23. Which is a major price cut from the usual £54 it'd cost you. The game marks a fresh new chapter for the storied first-person shooter franchise. It abandoned the linear story format for an open world, and the multiplayer was free to play at launch (still is).   

Halo Infinite: was £54 now £23 @ Amazon