Prime Day is inching closer day by day, and with it comes the chance to snag some great gaming deals. Exclusive to Amazon Prime members, the sale is Amazon's version of a "Black Friday in July" sale and offers a variety of discounts on everything from its Echo devices to gaming consoles, kitchen gadgets and more. While there's no telling what deals will be offered until much closer to the event, looking at previous Prime Day sales can help shed some light on what to expect this year.

As far as consoles go, it's pretty safe to assume there'll be a deal on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch bundles. Last year, Amazon offered Xbox One S consoles including three games and two controllers from $240, while a PlayStation 4 Uncharted bundle was on sale for $230. Seeing those same offers today would still be a good deal. I wouldn't be too surprised to see a bundle for each console around $200.

There's a good chance the upgraded models of those consoles will see a decent discount as well. The PlayStation 4 Pro generally sells for $350 when on sale, while the Xbox One X has gone on sale recently for around $450. Keeping it in mind these are the current versions of these consoles, I wouldn't expect Amazon to bring prices much lower than that - there might be a nice bundle with some essential games or accessories around those prices though.

The Nintendo Switch doesn't get discounted very often considering it still sells so well - especially at Amazon. For such a special event that Amazon wants to make worthwhile, however, bringing out a discounted Nintendo Switch would have people wishing Prime Day was every day. Amazon never offers discounted Nintendo Switch consoles, so if there was ever a good time for them to do so, it would be during this event. During Prime Day 2017, the site offered the New 3DS XL console for $25 off, and it's very likely we'll see a discount on a handheld Nintendo console this time too.

Accessories and select games will be discounted as well. Maybe it'll be Far Cry 5, or God of War, or Super Mario Odyssey. There's also a chance we'll see a deal on newer releases like Wolfenstein 2 for Nintendo Switch, Mario Tennis Aces, or Detroit Become Human. Or all of them. It'd be great to pick those up around $40 or less, but you'll just have to keep watch and check back on Prime Day to find out what's available.

Word of warning: the annual price of a Prime membership is rising in cost by $20 later this month. You might want to make sure you lock in your membership now before the price change.