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Best Amazon Prime Day D&D deals 2023

Find the best offers without rolling for Perception.

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Amazon Prime Day is back with its annual sales event launching today - and among the many tabletop discounts on offer some Prime Day D&D deals have popped up.

The two-day Prime Day sale slashes the price of countless tabletop games, from older classics to more recent releases. Among the biggest names to get a price drop is Dungeons & Dragons, with books and accessories for the tabletop RPG’s latest Fifth Edition among the best D&D Prime Day deals.

Prime Day D&D deals

The latest Prime Day sale has slashed the prices of a range of D&D gear, including the Starter Set and Dungeon Master's Screen. You can also got money off core D&D 5E rulebooks including the Dungeon Master’s Guide and Monster Manuel, as well as an assortment of Adventure Books and Sourcebooks to take your next campaign to a brand new world.

To help you find what you’re after without having to roll for Perception - and help you keep track of whether a discount is truly worth grabbing - we’ve gathered together this year’s best Prime Day D&D Deals on this page.


UK Prime Day D&D deals

Dungeons & Dragons Starter Set - was £17 now £14

D&D Dungeon Master’s Screen - was £20 now £16

Dungeons & Dragons Core Rulebook Gift Set - was £133 now £112

Critical Role Presents: Call of the Netherdeep - was £45 now £20

Tasha’s Cauldron of Everything - was £42 now £32

Ghosts of Saltmarsh - was £45 now £38

Dungeons & Dragons Tactical Maps Reincarnated - was £20 now £16

US Prime Day D&D deals

Bullet Dice Set - was $80 now $60

Light Up DND Dice - was $25 now $20

Dungeons and Dragons Dragonlance: Shadow of The Dragon Queen Deluxe Edition - was $100 now $81

D&D Starter Set: Dragons of Stormwreck Isle - was $20 now $14

D&D Campaign Case: Terrain - was $65 now $36

D&D Campaign Case: Creatures - was $65 now $41

Epic Encounters: Chambers of The Serpent Folk - was $50 now $39

Icons of the Realms - Rime of The Frostmaiden: Arveiaturace Premium Set Figure - was $200 now $124


What D&D deals should I look out for?

Alongside official D&D books, accessories from premium dice to miniatures have also received price cuts in time for Prime Day 2023, plus merch for popular series like Critical Role.

The recently released Dungeons and Dragons movie is also available to stream on Prime Video. In the UK you'll have to pay the full price of £13.99 to rent Dungeons & Dragons Honour Among Thieves on Prime Video.

But if you're in the US you can take advantage of money-saving Prime Day deals on Paramount+ and MGM+ to watch the D&D movie.

If you need help getting other tabletop bargains, as well as D&D deals we've also rounded-up the best Prime Day deals on board games, Magic: The Gathering sets and accessories, and the Pokémon Trading Card Game, too.


Do I need a Prime account to access these board game deals?

Yes, you need to have an Amazon Prime account to take part in Prime Day. However, you can get a free 30-day Prime trial on Amazon US and Amazon UK, letting you sign up for the event, grab any deals you want and then cancel it afterwards.


Want more deals? Check out our round-up of the best Prime Day gaming deals over at our sister site, Eurogamer. Or stay up to date with the latest savings with our dedicated deals Twitter account, Jelly Deals.

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