Last Chance to Get These Razer Anzu Smart Glasses for Just $50 on Prime Day

One of our favorite deals of the years is back for Amazon Prime Day. The Razer Azu Smart Glasses are down to just $49.99 for Prime Day 2022. (Remember, you can also top up $50 at Amazon and get an extra $12.50 for free – so don’t miss out on the free money).

Razer’s Anzu smart glasses normally retail for a premium of $199.99, and honestly, it’s not worth that. But for $50, you definitely have our attention.

Razer Anzu Smart Glasses (Regular)
Razer Anzu Smart Glasses (Large)

A massive $150 discount is nothing to joke about as well, and well worth considering before the 48-hour Prime Day sales are over. Not only that, with your Prime membership, these glasses will likely be delivered within the next two days to your address. But, don’t worry if you’re not a Prime member, as students can sign up for a 6-month free trial, while everyone else can still get a 30-day free trial as well.

Both the regular-sized and large rectangle frames are on sale for Prime Day, both for $50, and you’re actually getting a lot of bang for your buck. The Anzu glasses are engineered for use in both indoor and outdoor activities, as well as using your PC. Each set includes interchangeable lenses; blue-light filtering lenses for indoor PC use and polarized sunglass lenses for outdoor use.

Prime Day: Top Up $50 and Get an Extra $12.50 for Free

Prime members can currently top up $50 onto their Amazon account, and then receive an additional $12.50 for free on top. To qualify for this deal you have to be a Prime Member, use code EGCPRIME22 in the “Gift Cards and Promotional Codes” box when you check out, and purchase at least $50 in qualifying Gift Cards in a single order at Amazon.

Buy a $50 Amazon Gift Card, Get $12.50 Free Amazon Credit


Buy a $50 Amazon Gift Card, Get $12.50 Free Amazon Credit

Amazon Prime Members only, 1 per account

Use promo code “EGCPRIME22”

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Robert Anderson is a deals expert and Commerce Editor for IGN. You can follow him @robertliam21 on Twitter.