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These October Prime Day 2023 deals under $100 are still available

October Prime Day is over, but these under $100 Amazon Prime deals are still available.
Written by Nina Raemont, Associate Editor
Apple AirPods (2nd generation) | Save $40
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Insignia 32-Inch Class F20 Series Smart TV | Save $70
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Insignia 32-Inch Class F20 Series Smart TV
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Ninja KT200BL Precision Temperature Electric Kettle | Save $40
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Jabra Elite 7 Active True Wireless Earbuds | Save $72
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Amazon's October Prime Day is over, but you can still score big savings on some of your favorite tech while the deals last. I mean, how often are two high quality TVs selling for under $100? The e-commerce giant hosted another Prime Day deals-palooza on Oct. 10-11. Use the remaining deals to get ahead on holiday shopping (or finally replacing that old TV with a turtle's speed). 

Also: Best October Prime Day deals: Live updates

Amazon is currently offering under-$100 deals on useful gadgets like air purifiers, smart pet food dispensers, televisions, earbuds,  tablets, e-readers, and much more. Here are a few last standing Prime Day deals that are worth checking out now before they're back to regular pricing. 

Best October Prime Day deals under $100 still available

  • Current price: $89
  • Original price: $129

Have you been considering buying a pair of AirPods, but can't justify the above-$100 price tag? Well, today's your lucky day. You can grab Apple's AirPods during Amazon Prime's Big Deal Days for just under $90. With a whole day's worth of battery life and Apple ecosystem compatibility, you can listen to your favorite songs and podcasts all day long from any Apple device -- whether that's your MacBook, your iPad, or iPhone -- with ease. 

  • Current price: $80
  • Original price: $150

This 32-inch TV offers high definition viewing and comes with an Alexa voice remote to move between streamers with ease. Fire TV is built into this Insignia, so you have access to a wide array of apps and streaming platforms. If you want a new TV but aren't willing to spend $200 on a flat screen, this will do the trick. 

  • Current price: $60
  • Original price: $100

With manual kettles, it can be tough to get your water at the exact temperature desired for a pour-over coffee, an oolong tea, or green tea. And for morning brew connoisseurs, that precision in temperature impacts the flavor and feel of your beverage. This Ninja electric kettle takes out the temperature guesswork of a regular kettle. With seven one-touch presets for coffee, green tea, white tea, and more, a rapid boil feature, and a temperature hold, you can tend to your other kitchen duties as the kettle monitors its temperature for the unfussiest cup of perfectly calibrated coffee. 

  • Current price: $140
  • Original price: $180

This Amazon Fire HD 10 Plus Tablet does many of the tasks of a computer without any of the bulkiness of a PC. Answer emails, design spreadsheets, read your favorite novels on Kindle, and stream your favorite shows on Netflix, all on this 10-inch display. The 12-hour battery life lasts you the whole workday and the 1080p HD display is bright and clear.

  • Current price: $108
  • Original price: $180

Save $72 on these active noise canceling earbuds by Jabra. Jabra says that these are made to stay in your ears no matter how intense your workout may be. With Bluetooth 5.2, ANC, and up to eight hours of battery, these pocketable wireless buds could be your go-to for your next 10-mile run. 

More October Prime Day deals under $100

When is Amazon's October Prime Deal Days 2023?

This year, Amazon's October Prime Deal Days fall on Tuesday, Oct. 10 and Wednesday, Oct. 11. 

How did we choose these Amazon Prime Day deals?

ZDNET looked at all Prime Day deals available under $100 and chose only devices and products we desire, need, or would recommend. We looked specifically for deals that were at least 20% off (or are hardly ever on sale).

We also considered customer reviews when choosing deals, as well as our own experiences and testing with these products.

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