Forget scrolling Amazon — our Prime Day AI deals bot finds the best sales for you

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Amazon's Prime Day deals event is into its second day and the discounts are coming quicker than ever. Keeping track of it all and finding the deals that are right for you is tough. We're covering it ourselves on our October Prime Day live blog right here, but if you want a quicker way to cut through the noise, here it is.

Thanks to the helping hand of AI, we've been able to put together a bot to help scan through Tom's Guide and serve up the best deals we've discovered instantly. But wait, it gets better. This particular tool doesn't just stop at Tom's Guide but also works its way round all our sister sites (CyclingNews, Digital Camera World, TechRadar to name a few...) to produce relevant deals that we may not have covered ourselves.

It means that you get to spend less time scrolling Amazon or trying in vain to get the right search term for exactly what you want. Just ask the bot and it'll do the hard work for you. Whether you want a new pair of the best running shoes or you're looking to upgrade to some of the best headphones, this will help you without any distraction pulling you away from your deal-hunting mission.

You can use if for yourself below. Remember that we're constantly hunting for and covering new Prime Day deals in both the U.S. and the U.K. so I'd recommend checking back often if you can't find what you're looking for right away.  

Jeff Parsons
UK Editor In Chief

Jeff is UK Editor-in-Chief for Tom’s Guide looking after the day-to-day output of the site’s British contingent. Rising early and heading straight for the coffee machine, Jeff loves nothing more than dialling into the zeitgeist of the day’s tech news.

A tech journalist for over a decade, he’s travelled the world testing any gadget he can get his hands on. Jeff has a keen interest in fitness and wearables as well as the latest tablets and laptops. A lapsed gamer, he fondly remembers the days when problems were solved by taking out the cartridge and blowing away the dust.