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Get a Pokemon GO Plus for just £12.99 with this Amazon Prime Day deal and catch all the pidgeys you can eat

***UPDATE: This Lightning Deal has now ended. You can still buy the item but it is currently FULL price. Check out all the current Amazon Prime Day deals (opens in new tab).***

If you've always fancied a cheap Pokemon Go Plus bracelet Amazon Prime Day is here for you with a not insubstantial 57% off the usual price. 

That means you can pick up the Plus for a far friendlier £12.99 instead of the usual £29.99. Now, to be clear here: you need Pokemon Go (opens in new tab) on you phone as this only works with that - letting you catch Pokemon and spin stops with a press of its button, rather than getting your phone out. 

It's also a lightning deal so you've only got a few hours or until it sells out to grab it.

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Get a Pokemon Go Plus for less than half price - £12.99 (was £29.99) (opens in new tab) ***Deal has ended. Item is now full price.

The way it works it with a series of coloured flashes. If the button flashes green it means there's a Pokemon you've caught before in range. If it's yellow, it means its something you've not caught yet. Just press the button to automatically catch it and if it flashes lots of colours you were successful, if it flashes red it got away. It'll also flash blue when you're near a stop and again, just press it to do the business automatically. It's got a rumble function too so there's little chance of missing anything whether you clip it on somewhere or wear it using the included strap. 

And, if it's not your bag personally, it's a perfect present for the Pokemon trainer in you life. Maybe grab one now while it's cheap and save it for any birthdays on the horizon. 

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Leon Hurley
Senior Guides Co-ordinator

I'm currently GamesRadar's Senior Guides Co-ordinator, which means I've had a hand in producing or writing all of the guide and tips content on the site. I also write reviews, previews and features, and do video. Previously I worked for Kotaku, and the Official PlayStation Magazine and website. I'm a big fan of open world games, horror, and narrative adventures.