Already in October, we told you that there were 6 major categories of products that. At the top of that list were all Amazon devices. And now we can happily say: We told you so. Amazon representatives just sent us an email with an early list of what is expected to go on sale, and when – and that includes some of the best prices this page of Prime Day, back in July.
agreements below. It's a rolling sale: Some deals start Nov. 22 (the Friday before the Thanksgiving party), with several units added a few days through Thanksgiving Day.
Please note that we have included sales prices and links, but sales prices are not available until the specified dates. Plan shopping then. Can't you wait? Here are the best deals on.
From November 22: Fire tablets, Kindle Paperwhite and more
The price drops start November 22 ̵
Save $ 50 on the Fire HD 8 Kids Edition tablet. This is the same hardware as above, but with 32 GB of built-in storage, a rubberized case, a year of FreeTime Unlimited (child-friendly content) and a 2-year no-warranty replacement for any damage.
See Amazon Fire 8 Kids Edition tablet review.
The Amazon Fire 7 Tablet, updated for 2019, usually costs $ 50. During this Black Friday sale, it will be only $ 30. That said, we recommend that you upgrade to the 8-inch model below for only $ 20 more.
See Amazon Fire 7 Tablet Review.
From November 24: Four TV Products
The Sunday before the Thanksgiving celebration, Amazon adds more devices to its sales list.
From November 27: Blink cameras, ring door bells and $ 5 smart plugs
The day before Thanksgiving means even more things are being sold.
Blink XT2 is a weather-resistant security camera with a battery that is likely to last for two years. Getting a two pack for $ 100 is a good deal. (A 2-pack was offered during Prime Day at a lower price.)
See the handy preview of Blink XT2.
From November 28: Echo speakers and smart screens
Happy Thanksgiving! While bouncing the turkey, you can buy a good deal of Amazon's updated Echo line at some very discounted prices.
Back to Prime Day low, Echo Dot (without a clock) puts all the smartness of Amazon's assistant Alexa in a small and affordable package. Even at the normal $ 50 price, it's a good deal, so the $ 22 price is still something to celebrate. With voice commands you can control your smart home, check the weather, play music, search the internet and more. You lose some sound quality with the smaller size, but you can connect it to your own speakers to make up the difference.
See the Amazon Echo Dot 2018 Review.
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But please … you want the newer, cooler version with the built-in clock, right? It was just introduced in September for $ 60, but now it will be at the lowest price yet: Only $ 35.
Read our Echo Dot with Clock review.
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If you want a smart speaker with Alexa that has a bit more sound to the sound quality, the latest version of the original Echo may be the right choice for you. The older version of this puppy sold for $ 50 at some point on Prime Day, but with a list price of $ 100, $ 60 isn't half bad.
See our Amazon Echo 2019 review.
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With a 5.5-inch touchscreen and the ability to wake you up with a nice sunrise animation, this is our favorite smart screen with Alexa. And at this price, it's a no-brainer.
See Amazon Echo Show 5 review.
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The second Gen Echo Show refined the design for the first model and offers better sound quality and a 10-inch HD screen. It combines the functionality of a smart speaker like Echo Dot with a touch screen that lets you use for video calls and control your smart home with a touch. We like Echo Show 5 a little better, but at $ 150 for the full-size show – $ 10 less than Prime Day, which seems to be the lowest ever – is a tempting deal.
See the Amazon Echo Show review.
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Do you need Alexa in your car? Probably not. But who are we to judge? If you've always wanted Amazon's personal assistant on the road, you can now have it at half price. It is the lowest since it first became available earlier this year.
See our Echo Auto review.
Originally published earlier.