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The best Prime Day deals on Amazon devices

The best Prime Day deals on Amazon devices


Deals on Kindles, TVs, smart displays, tablets, and more

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The 2021 Kindle Paperwhite is available at a new all-time low.
The 2021 Kindle Paperwhite is available at a new all-time low.
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If you’ve been waiting to score a phenomenal deal on an Amazon device, today’s your lucky day. This year’s Amazon Prime Day is delivering a ton of great deals, but some of the best — naturally — are on Amazon’s own products. So if you’ve been eyeing the newest Kindle or one of the many Alexa-powered smart displays, now is a good time to make the leap.

Below, we’ve listed the best Prime Day discounts available on Amazon devices, from e-readers and smart speakers to TVs, home security systems, and even Wi-Fi routers. Also, if you’re looking for deals on non-Amazon goods, be sure to check out our massive list of the best Prime Day deals happening right now. Just remember: you’ll need to sign up for Amazon Prime to take advantage of Amazon’s deals.

Kindle deals

2021 Kindle Paperwhite

$139.9921% off

Amazon’s new Kindle Paperwhite has a 6.8-inch, E Ink display with adjustable color temperature for nighttime reading. It also boasts a faster processor, additional battery life, IPX8 waterproofing, and — finally — a USB-C port.

Smart display deals


The Echo Show 8 is the midsized smart display in Amazon’s current Echo lineup and can be used to display the weather, news, calendars, grocery lists, and more. You can also use it to control your smart home devices, stream videos, or listen to music. It even supports video calling via Zoom and Amazon’s Alexa calling service.

Amazon Echo Show 15

$249.9924% off

The Echo Show 15 is a large wall-mounted device that acts as a shared hub for families to view upcoming calendar appointments, virtual notes, and more. The 15.6-inch device also features the same Alexa functionality as other Echo displays and smart speakers.

  • Amazon’s Echo Show 15 and third-gen Echo Show 10 are a little different from the other smart displays in the Echo lineup but offer similar functionality. Both are also much more expensive at $249.99, but you can save $70 on both for a limited time. For the unfamiliar, the Echo Show 15 (on sale for $179.99) is a large, wall-mounted device with a 15.6-inch touch display families could use as a bulletin board or you could even use as a 1080p TV. Meanwhile, Amazon’s rotating Echo Show 10 — which is currently going for $179.99 — is mounted on a motorized, swiveling base and thus can follow you during video calls. Read our Echo Show 15 and Echo Show 10 reviews.
  • The second-gen Echo Show 5 is also on sale for $34.99, which is a $50 discount. The smaller, 5.5-inch display is particularly well suited for your nightstand, especially given you can use it to set alarms and snooze them by simply tapping the top. You can also use the display to play music, get the weather report, and perform other Alexa-enabled tasks. Read our review.
The spherical fourth-gen Echo Dot is larger than the puck-like third-gen.
The spherical fourth-gen Echo Dot is larger than the puck-like third-gen.
Photo by Dan Seifert / The Verge

Smart speaker deals


The 2020 Echo Dot features a more spherical design than an actual dot but can still do all the things Alexa does with other Echo models.

Fire TV and Fire TV stick deals

Amazon Omni Fire TV (65-inch)

$829.9940% off

Amazon’s Omni Fire 4K TV features built-in microphones for Alexa commands, low input lag, and support for two-way video calling. It also provides access to Netflix, Prime Video, Disney Plus, and most major streaming services.

  • Various sizes of Amazon’s Fire TV Omni are on sale right now, with the 55-inch model selling for $419.99 ($140 off) $319.99 ($240 off). If you want support for Dolby Vision, however, you should buy the 65-inch for $499.99 ($330 off) or the 75-inch for $749.99 ($350 off). No matter which size you buy, all of the 4K TVs offer deep integration with Amazon Alexa, low input lag for gaming, and support for two-way video calling. Read our review.
  • You can save $20 on Amazon’s Fire TV Stick 4K Max, which is currently on sale for $34.99. The excellent streaming stick offers better performance than the previous-gen Fire TV Stick 4K, along with support for Wi-Fi 6. Read our review.
  • The Fire TV Cube is also on sale right now for $59.99, a $60 discount. The Cube combines an Alexa-equipped smart speaker with a streaming device, one that supports 4K content, Dolby Vision, and HDR10+.
Amazon’s Fire HD 10 tablet offers a great display for the price.
Amazon’s Fire HD 10 tablet offers a great display for the price.
Photo by Dan Seifert / The Verge

Fire tablets deals

Amazon Fire HD 10 (32GB)

$149.9913% off

The 2021 Fire HD 10 is the largest of Amazon’s Fire tablets. Unlike the previous generation, it sports a 1080p display and 3GB of RAM, which is plenty if you’re streaming, browsing, or consuming Amazon content.

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Home security deals

Ring Video Doorbell

$64.9925% off

The Ring Video Doorbell is one of Ring’s more basic doorbells, with 1080p video, night vision, and support for either wired or battery-powered operation.

Eero deals


Eero’s Pro 6E mesh router is the Amazon-owned company’s latest top-of-the-line model. It supports the 6GHz Wi-Fi band with speeds of up to 1.3Gbps and covers up to 2,000 square feet with one unit. Wired speeds can go up to 2.5Gbps.


The Eero 6 Plus is a dual-band, gigabit system that supports over 75 simultaneously connected devices. It starts at $139 for one router covering up to 1,500 square feet, $239 for two to manage 3,000 square feet, and $299 for three for 4,500 square feet.

Miscellaneous deals

Amazon Smart Thermostat

$59.9930% off

Developed in partnership with Resideo, the Amazon Smart Thermostat allows you to control the temperature of your home through Alexa voice controls and remotely via an app.

  • The Amazon Smart Thermostat is one of the best thermostats we’ve ever tested. Despite its relatively low price, it can learn and adapt to your habits while offering a set of easy-to-use controls that support Alexa. You can currently buy it on Amazon for just $41.99 instead of $59.99, which is a new all-time low. Read our review.
  • Amazon’s second-gen Echo Buds are on sale with a wired charging case for $69.99 ($50 off). The true wireless earbuds are a good pair of Bluetooth earbuds that offer great sound quality and noise cancellation for the price, as well as IPX4 water resistance and support for hands-free Alexa. Read our review.
  • Amazon’s Luna Controller is designed for Amazon’s cloud gaming service, Luna, and comes with a separate Wi-Fi connection that should reduce input lag while playing games. Right now, it’s on sale for $39.99 ($30 off).
  • The Amazon Glow is a fun gadget for kids combining an interactive projector with Amazon Kids Plus’  child-friendly content. Regularly $249.99 by itself, you can buy it alongside free Tangram Bits (physical puzzle pieces children uses to solve puzzles with friends, who can use digital pieces, remotely) for $149.99. We like that it offers good parental controls, but note an Amazon Kids Plus subscription and tablet are required. Read our review.
  • You can also buy the Echo Glow multicolor smart lamp for kids for $16.99 instead of $29.99. Kids can use the smart light to add colorful lighting while playing or listening to music and more.
  • The new Amazon Halo View fitness tracker is on sale for $44.99 instead of $79.99. The tracker offers features like step and calorie counting, heart rate monitoring, sleep tracking, and more. Just note it doesn’t track distance or pace for running and walking. Read our review.
  • You can add voice control to your plug outlets when you buy Amazon’s Smart Plug for $12.99 instead of $24.99. This plug integrates nicely with Alexa-enabled devices with very little setup required, but note it only works with Alexa and indoors.

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