Prime Day water bottle deals to keep you hydrated while working out

We've found the best Prime Day discounts on water bottles, including deals on Zulu and Takeya

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Amazon Prime Day 2023 came to an end July 12th, and while some deals lasted another day, the top Prime Day water bottle deals have now come to a close. 

It was a great time to pick up one of the best water bottles for gym workouts, with discounts up to 40% on large, durable bottles with straws, to save any accidental spills while on the go. 

Brands like as Takeya and Zulu also featured in the sales. Sadly, TikTok's favorite Stanley Quencher Cup wasn't discounted, but were still plenty of great deals to be had. 

Prime Day water bottle deals for under $30

Although the Prime Day water bottle deals have ended for this year, we saw big discounts on the Hydro Flask (38% off), the YETI Rambler was less than $40, saving you 30%, and the CamelBak Rogue Hydration Pack had $20 off. 

It's easy to wonder whether you're drinking enough water each day, but carrying a bottle with you is one way to increase your intake. Getting enough water is important for things like your brain function and sports performance.

Fuelling your body is just as important as keeping it hydrated. Adding some of the best protein powders for weight loss is a great way to help your muscles recover after intense workouts, but to make sure you're getting all the nutrients you need without breaking the bank, check out all of the Prime Day supplement deals

Lois Mackenzie
Fitness Writer

Lois Mackenzie is a Fitness Writer for Fit&Well and its sister site Coach, covering strength training workouts with weights, accessible ways to stay active at home, and training routines for runners. She joined the team from Newsquest Media Group, where she was a senior sports, trends, and lifestyle reporter. She is a dedicated runner, having just completed her first marathon, and an advocate for spending time outdoors, whether on a walk, taking a long run, or swimming in the sea. 

Lois holds a Master's degree in Digital Journalism, and has written for Good Health, Wellbeing & The Great Outdoors,, and Newsquest Media Group, where her reporting was published in over 200 local newspapers.