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Hooray! Prime Day is here! Amazon has slashed prices on nearly all of its devices for the two-day mega-shopping event, which starts tomorrow. So if you've been waiting to make a purchase, the wait is over.
What’s on sale? Just about all Amazon smart home devices, Fire TV and tablets. A highlight: The very popular Echo Show 5 is on sale for its all-time lowest price ever ($45!). This display brings together all your smart home devices, while also serving as a visual companion to Alexa. And right now, it’s nearly 45 percent off!
What else is discounted? Audible, for your Amazon devices: Get a whopping 53 percent off the first four months of Audible Premium Plus, so you can up game with great audio books and more; summer "reading" has never been more fun.
Important: These deals, including the Echo Show 5, are exclusive to Amazon Prime members. Not yet a member? You can sign up for a free 30-day trial here and take advantage of all the deals below, plus free shipping and all sorts of other Prime benefits.
Scroll to get your hands on the best Prime Day deals on Amazon devices.
Save $40: Echo Buds
The latest Echo Buds feature active noise-canceling (not available with the first generation). Now you can enjoy your favorite music and podcasts free from annoying background noise. Score a pair for $80 with the standard charging case, or $100 with the wireless charging case, for Prime Day.
The second generation Echo Buds are built for long-lasting comfort with a new, sleeker design that fits securely in your ears (unlike Apple AirPods). They deliver high-quality audio that's well-balanced and clear with deep bass. These babies are durable and tough, with up to 15 hours of battery life per charge (and an extra two hours with a 15-minute quick charge). And your trusty Alexa voice assistant is built-in.
"A quality pair of buds. Out of the box, setup was easy," wrote a delighted five-star reviewer. "I already had the Alexa app on my phone, so all it took was having the app open while I opened the case on the new ear buds.... The audio playback is excellent. Experimented with some heavy metal and classical, and the sounds were great. Even the classics like Sinatra sounded great, with the vocals loud and clear."
Save $50: Kindle Paperwhite
On sale from $130 to just $80, the Kindle Paperwhite is a great all-around e-reader. Thanks to its six-inch display with a built-in light and 300ppi (pixels per inch) for clarity, it reads just like paper — hence the name. Plus, it’s got lots of on-board storage (8GB) so it can hold thousands of e-books and digital magazines from Amazon’s digital bookstore.
"Best Kindle yet," said one of many five-star reviewers. "This Kindle is lighter and thinner than the last generation, noticeably so. The flat edge to edge screen is an improvement in feel and makes it much easier to clean. It still has an excellent non-glare screen that I love for reading outdoors."
One of the Kindle Paperwhite’s best features is its looooong battery life — it can go for up to six weeks per charge. That’s weeks, not hours!
Save $15: Ring Video Doorbell Wired
Although it resembles a standard doorbell, the Ring Video Doorbell Wired is super-powered. This smart doorbell that can provide you with a 24/7 video stream and a nice wide field of view (up to 155 degrees horizontal and 90 degrees vertical) — meaning you can see a broad swath of your property and any activity that might be occurring. The device syncs to your smartphone, tablet, laptop or streaming device (it’s easy — there’s a Ring app), so you can keep an eye on your home whether you’re inside, at work or away on that big vacation you’re already planning for this summer. And this is the exact right moment to snap one up. For Prime members only, the Ring Video Doorbell Wired is down from $60 to just $45.
"I absolutely love this doorbell. I’m thrilled the doorbell doesn’t need batteries. I hated that....," said a five-star reviewer. "The setup is so easy and the doorbell notifications come through my phone and my Alexa Echo Dot...Plus the quality of the sound from outside is really good too.... I would absolutely purchase this particular Ring doorbell again."
The Ring Video Doorbell Wired is hardwired into your home’s electric system, so there’s no need to worry about replacing batteries every few months. As long as there’s electricity flowing through your home, this guy is on the job.
Save 50 percent: Echo Dot
With an all-new sphere design, the fourth generation Echo Dot — marked down from $50 to just $25 (half off!) for Prime members only — is a small but powerful smart speaker with a glow-light base that can not only channel Alexa but can also stream tunes from Amazon Music, Spotify, Apple Music, Sirius XM and more. It offers clearer, more robust audio quality than earlier iterations. Pair it with another Echo Dot to create amazing stereo sound.
Shoppers love the compact dimensions — it's 3.5-inches high — which make it great for smaller rooms. "This is exactly what I was looking for," said a happy Amazon shopper. "The sound is loud and clear. Now I am able to hear all online stations with no interference. The design is space-saving, with rubber underneath to prevent sliding."
Save $12: Fire TV Stick Lite
Watch more TV for less with the Fire TV Stick Lite — on sale from $30 to just $18 for Amazon Prime members. It’s easy to set up: It plugs into just about any HD or 4K TV’s HDMI ports, syncs to Wi-Fi and then provides access to hundreds of streaming apps and channels, including Netflix, Hulu, HBO Max, Disney+, YouTube, Prime Video, Starz, Showtime and much, much more. For someone looking to cut the cord, so to speak, with their cable provider, this is perfect.
"...I'm very pleased with the Fire TV Stick Lite," shared a satisfied Amazon shopper. "Alexa is installed, and using voice commands to change the TV is so wonderful! I can also turn the lights off from my remote control when it's time to movie watch. I love it! Let's see the cable companies let me do that! I figure I'll be saving about $230 per month now, and all for an investment that was less than paying one month of a cable bill."
For anyone wondering: The Fire TV Stick Lite is the same as the standard Fire TV Stick but with a different remote. This remote has Alexa voice assistant built-in, but it doesn’t have a TV on/off switch or volume controls, which is why it's deemed 'Lite'.
Save $35: Echo Show 5
On sale for $45 for Prime members only (was $80), the Echo Show 5 is the smaller and sleeker model, compared to the bigger 10-inch Echo Show. Armed with a 5-inch display, the Echo Show 5 is the perfect compact and lightweight companion to your nightstand. This smart home display can double as a digital alarm clock with Alexa built-in. In fact, Amazon has a wide range of personalized clock faces to choose from, so you can bring a little bit of your own personality to this device.
“This is the best alarm clock I've ever had,” wrote a delighted five-star reviewer. “The clock face is customizable and very easy to read from anywhere in the room. The screen has no distortion or discoloration from any angle, so it is easy to see from everywhere...Perfect for checking the time in the middle of the night.”
Save 70 percent: Echo Auto
If you've ever called out to Alexa in your car, only to find she wasn't there, this is for you. The Echo Auto — on sale for a mere $15 from $50 for Prime members only — is a clever gizmo that instantly makes any old car smart. It connects to your car’s stereo via auxiliary input and pairs to your phone with Bluetooth.
The Echo Auto is designed with eight mighty microphones, so it can clearly pick up voice commands (no worries about a loud engine, or noisy traffic). It’s great for making hands-free phone calls and searching for your favorite tunes on Amazon Music, Spotify, Apple Music, Pandora and more.
“I'm actually impressed with this little device....” shared a five-star Amazon reviewer. “It always picks up my voice no matter the sound level.”
Save $15: Blink Mini HD
This smart home security camera detects motion — it can record whenever it senses activity around your home. It comes with free cloud storage until the end of 2021. And It features Full HD live streaming and two-way audio, so you can talk to house guests via the Blink app.
“This is a great little camera monitor,” raved an excited five-star shopper. “It’s easy to set up and easily managed with your smart phone. Can be set up to arm and record at any time. I bought this to use in my master bedroom by my desk where I keep sensitive information.”
On sale from $300 to just $220 for Prime members only, the Insignia 43-inch Smart 4K Ultra HD TV — Fire TV Edition is a total steal. This is its all-time lowest price ever, so it's the perfect moment to grab it for a bedroom or guest room. With a beautiful, crisp image, this TV lets you stream movies and shows from Netflix, SlingTV, Disney+, HBO Max, Hulu, Prime Video and more. Armed with an Ultra HD resolution of 2160p, this model is so popular it has earned a flawless five-star rating from nearly 1,000 reviewers.
“I am so happy with my new Fire TV. The instructions weren't complicated. I was able to switch flawlessly between my cable and the Fire TV apps,” shared a savvy Amazon shopper. “The clarity of the picture is wonderful...This is so perfect for me.”
Check out more Prime Day deals on Amazon devices:
Echo Show 10 (third generation), $190 (was $250), amazon.com
Echo (fourth generation), $60 (was $100), amazon.com
Echo Frames (second generation), $175 (was $250), amazon.com
Echo Show 8 (second generation), $95 (was $130), amazon.com
Amazon Halo Health Band, $70 (was $100), amazon.com
Luna Gaming Controller, $49 (was $70), amazon.com
Fire TV Cube, $80 (was $120), amazon.com
Fire TV Stick 4K, $25 (was $50), amazon.com
Fire HD 8, $45 (was $90), amazon.com
Fire HD 8 Plus, $65 (was $110), amazon.com
Fire HD 10, $80 (was $150), amazon.com
Fire HD 10 Plus, $110 (was $180), amazon.com
Amazon eero 6 mesh Wi-Fi router, $83 (was $129), amazon.com
Blink Outdoor Cam, $50 (was $90), amazon.com
Ring Spotlight Cam, $150 (was $200), amazon.com
Ring Stick Up Cam, $75 (was $100), amazon.com
Ring Floodlight Cam, $140 (was $180), amazon.com
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Fire 7 Kids Tablet, $60 (was $100), amazon.com
Fire HD 8 Kids Tablet, $70 (was $140), amazon.com
Fire HD 10 Kids Tablet, $120 (was $200), amazon.com
Fire 7 Kids Pro, $60 (was $100), amazon.com
Fire HD 8 Kids Pro, $70 (was $140), amazon.com
Fire HD 10 Kids Pro, $120 (was $200), amazon.com
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.
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