You needn’t worry if you missed out on the steep Amazon device discounts we saw during last month’s Prime Early Access Sale. Cyber Monday is officially here, and some of the deals are even better than they were during Amazon’s recent Prime Day event. With the holiday season just around the corner, the timing’s perfect, too, given popular presents like the Kindle Paperwhite are on sale at an all-time low. We’re even seeing some of the first notable discounts on a number of newer Amazon devices, like the fifth-gen Echo Dot, which just came out last month but is already half off for Cyber Monday.
For your convenience, we’ve curated all the best deals you can currently get on Amazon devices below. If you want to save even more, however, be sure to check out our other roundups, including our guides to the best deals at Amazon, Best Buy, Target, and Walmart.
The best early Cyber Monday deals on Amazon devices
The best deals on Kindles
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.
- Amazon’s latest ad-supported Kindle Paperwhite with 8GB of storage is $94.99 instead of $139.99 at Amazon, Best Buy, and Target. You can also buy the ad-free model from Amazon for $114.99 ($45 off). This is a terrific e-reader that’s waterproof, offers USB-C support, and boasts a battery life that literally lasts months. Read our review.
- The kid-friendly Kindle Paperwhite with parental controls, the Kindle Paperwhite Kids, is also on sale at Amazon with 8GB of storage for $104.99 ($55 off) or 16GB of storage for $114.99. Note, however, that neither model is expected to ship for at least several weeks.
- For more storage, you can also purchase the newer Kindle Paperwhite model with 16GB of storage with ads for $99.99 ($50 off) or in an ad-free configuration for $119.99 ($50 off) from Amazon. You can also get 32GB of storage by buying the ad-free Signature Edition for $129.99 ($60 off) from Amazon and Best Buy.
- If you don’t mind trading in USB-C support for page-turning buttons, you can also buy the Kindle Oasis with ads and 8GB of storage for $164.99 ($85 off) from Amazon and Best Buy or the ad-free model for $184.99 from Amazon ($85 off). Read our review.
- Need more storage? You can also buy the Kindle Oasis with ads and 32GB of storage for $184.99 at Amazon and Best Buy, which is a $95 discount, or without ads from Amazon for $204.99 ($80 off). Finally, Amazon and Best Buy are selling the LTE-enabled Kindle Oasis with 32GB of storage for $254.99 ($95 off).
The best deals on Amazon smart displays
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.
- You can buy Amazon’s second-gen Echo Show 8 for $69.99 ($60 off) at Amazon, Best Buy, and Target. Our favorite smart display offers similar functionality to other Alexa-enabled smart displays, so you can stream shows and play music but with some extra perks, like the ability to video call loved ones via Zoom. Read our review.
- Amazon’s large, wall-mounted Echo Show 15 is on sale for $169.99 instead of $249.99 at Amazon, as well as Best Buy. Unlike many of the other smart displays in Amazon’s Echo Show lineup, this one sports a 15.6-inch touch display you can use as a 1080p TV or share with your family as, say, a bulletin board to display upcoming appointments. Read our review.
- Like the Echo Show 15, the Echo Show 10’s design differs from the other Echo Show smart displays. The rotating smart display mounts on a motorized, swiveling base, which allows it to follow you around as you move about during video calls. It’s currently on sale for $169.99 ($80 off) at Amazon, Best Buy, and Target. Read our review.
- If you’re looking for a more affordable Alexa-enabled smart display, the tiny second-gen Echo Show 5 is on sale for $34.99 at Amazon ($50 off), Best Buy, and Target. You can also buy it bundled with the Blink Mini from Amazon for $49.99 ($69.99 off). With its 5.5-inch display, the Echo Show 5 makes for the perfect nightstand alarm — you can snooze it with just a tap, and it also delivers weather reports, plays music, and more. Read our review.
- The kid-friendly version of the second-gen Echo Show 5 with parental controls is also on sale for $39.99 at Amazon instead of $94.99. You can also buy it bundled with the small color-changing Echo Glow smart lamp for $50.99 at Amazon ($73.99 off).
The best deals on Amazon smart speakers
- You can buy Amazon’s newest fifth-gen Echo Dot for $24.99 from Amazon and Target instead of $49.99, and with a clock display for $39.99 from Amazon ($20 off), Best Buy, and Target. The latest Echo Dot sports a new temperature sensor, and you can also use it to play music and bolster your Wi-Fi coverage if you have an Eero system. Read our review.
- For $24.99, Amazon is throwing in a free A19, 1,100-lumen Philips Hue smart bulb with the fifth-gen Echo Dot, a savings of $40.98. Select customers can also buy Amazon’s fifth-gen Dot and get six months free of Amazon Music Unlimited. You can also buy the solid smart speaker with a battery base for $59.98 ($30 off) or an Eero Mesh Wifi Router for $93.99 ($25 off).
- The kid-friendly version of the fifth-gen Echo Dot with parental controls is also on sale for $29.99 at Amazon ($30 off), and you can get an even steeper discount when you bundle the kid-friendly version with the standard model. Both are available for $49.98 ($60 off) when you use offer code DOT2PK. Alternatively, you can use promo code DOT2PK to purchase two kid-friendly Echo Dots for $49.98 ($60 off).
- Amazon is taking $103.94 off of the spherical fourth-gen Echo with six months free of Amazon Music Unlimited, selling both for just $49.99. The Alexa-enabled smart speaker sounds great and comes with a smart hub built in. Read our review.
- You can alternatively get a free A19 75-lumen Philips Hue smart bulb when you buy the fourth-gen Echo from Amazon. You can also buy it with a battery base for $93.98 ($46 off) or a wall mount for $74.98 ($50 off).
- If you’re looking for a more budget-friendly smart speaker, the third-gen Echo Dot is on sale at Amazon with a month of Amazon Music Unlimited for $9.98 ($39 off). It doesn’t sport advanced features like a temperature sensor, but the speaker still sounds good for the price. Read our review.
- You can also save $38 when you buy the third-gen Echo Dot from Amazon with a Philips Hue A19, 1100-lumen white smart bulb for $17.98. Amazon is selling it with a wall mount for $29.98 ($28 off) as well, or with a Mandalorian The Child stand for $36.94 ($28 off), or an Amazon Smart Plug for $27.98 ($37 off). Read our review.
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The best deals on Fire TVs and Fire TV sticks
Amazon’s latest streaming stick offers improved performance and support for Wi-Fi 6. It continues to offer a terrific selection of streaming apps and an easy-to-use interface with the benefit of Alexa voice commands.
- Amazon’s Fire TV Stick 4K Max streaming stick is available at Amazon, Best Buy, and Target for $34.99 ($20 off). This device offers better performance than its predecessor as well as Wi-Fi 6 support. Read our review.
- If you don’t need Wi-Fi 6 support, you can alternatively buy the Fire TV Stick 4K for $24.99 ($25 off) at Amazon and Target. The streaming stick offers support for Dolby Vision, HDR, and HDR10 Plus. Read our review.
- Amazon’s new Omni QLED Fire TV shows artwork when you’re not using it, much like Samsung’s like-minded Frame TV. Right now, the 65-inch model is on sale for
$549.99 at Amazon$549.99 at Best Buy instead of $799.99. Unlike the last-gen model, this TV also supports Dolby Vision IQ and HDR10 Plus Adaptive.
The best deals on Fire tablets
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.
- You can buy Amazon’s Fire HD 10 tablet with ads and 32GB of storage for $74.99, which is half off, at Amazon, Best Buy, and Target. This budget-friendly tablet offers good performance for its price and a nice, sharp 1080p display. You can also purchase it without ads at Amazon for $89.99 ($75 off). If you’d like extra RAM and wireless charging support, you can buy the Fire HD 10 Plus for $104.99 ($75 off) at Amazon. The ad-free model is also $119.99 ($75 off) at Amazon. Read our review.
- The new and more affordable Fire HD 8 tablet doesn’t have as nice of a display, but it’s still a decent entertainment tablet with USB-C support. You can buy it with ads for $54.99 ($45 off) at Amazon or without ads at Amazon for $69.99 ($45 off). For wireless charging support and a faster processor, you can pick up the ad-supported Fire HD 8 Plus for $64.99 ($55 off) at Amazon. The ad-free model is also on sale at Amazon for $79.99 ($55 off). Read our Fire HD 8 Plus review.
- Finally, the cheapest in the lineup, the new Fire 7 tablet, is on sale for $39.99 ($20 off) at Amazon, Target, and Best Buy. While its low-resolution display is the most pixelated in the lineup, it also offers USB-C support as well as good battery life, especially at this discounted price. Read our review.
The best deals on home security devices
- Ring’s hardwired Ring Video Doorbell is on sale for $39.99 ($25 off) at Amazon, Best Buy, and Target. If you prefer a video doorbell that’s battery-powered, the 2020 model is also on sale at Amazon for $59.99 ($30 off), Target, and Best Buy. No matter which model you buy, you’ll get a 1080p HD video doorbell that offers custom motion detection zones and night vision support. However, keep in mind you’ll have to pay extra to use some Ring features.
- You can also buy the eight-piece, second-gen Ring Alarm kit for $159.99 instead of $249.99 at Amazon and Best Buy
, and Target. The kit comes with everything you need to set up your smart home, including a base station (that can be used as an Eero 6 dual-band mesh Wi-Fi router), a motion detector, four contact sensors for doors and windows, a keypad, and a Z-Wave range extender. Read our review.
- The Ring Video Doorbell 3 is also on sale for $139.99 at Amazon ($60 off), Best Buy, and Target. Amazon says the 1080p camera comes with better motion detection, privacy zones, and audio privacy than its predecessor. You can also set it up as a hardwired device or a battery-powered one.
- If you’re in the market for a floodlight camera, Amazon’s selling the wired Ring Floodlight Cam for $139.99 ($60 off), as is Best Buy and Target. This is also a 1080p camera with custom motion detection zones — though again, bear in mind you’ll have to pay extra for additional Ring features like video recording.
- You can buy the wired Ring Video Doorbell Pro for $99.99 ($70 off) at Amazon and Best Buy. The 1080p HD video doorbell comes with support for two-way talk as well as advanced motion detection.
- Amazon’s new Ring Stick Up Cam Battery security camera is on sale for $69.99 at Amazon ($30 off) and Best Buy. This device can be mounted indoors or outdoors and be used to keep an eye on your home using your phone, tablet, and some Echo devices.
- A number of budget-friendly Blink cameras are on sale at Amazon as well, like the Blink Outdoor camera, which you can get with an add-on solar charger mount for $64.98 ($65 off) or by itself for $59.99 from Amazon ($40 off) and Target. In addition to motion detection support, this camera also records videos in 1080p.
- You can also buy Blink’s 1080p video doorbell for $34.99 instead of $49.99 from Amazon, Best Buy, and Target.
- Prefer an indoor camera? You can buy a two-pack of indoor wired Blink Mini cameras at Amazon and Target for $29.99 ($35 off). Read our Blink Mini review.
- Amazon is selling a bundle containing the Blink Video Doorbell System, Outdoor camera, and Mini camera for $139.96 ($70 off).
The best deals on Eero devices
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.
- Some retailers are also discounting one-, two-, and three-packs of various Eero routers. Eero’s latest router, the Eero Pro 6E, offers support for both Wi-Fi 6E and faster-than-gigabit speeds. You can buy it on sale at Best Buy and Amazon for $179 ($120 off). Read our review.
- You can also buy the Eero Pro 6 for $148 ($81 off) at Amazon and Best Buy. It’s from 2020 and slower than later models, but it supports Wi-Fi 6, comes with two ethernet ports, and offers coverage up to 2,000 square feet. Read our review.
- Amazon and Best Buy are also discounting the midrange Eero 6 Plus down to $90 ($49 off), while the Eero 6 dual-band Wi-Fi 6 mesh router is on sale at Best Buy and Amazon for $75 ($14 off). It offers coverage up to 1,500 square feet and is better suited to households with less than 500Mbps speeds.
The best deals on other Amazon devices
- Amazon’s Smart Thermostat is an excellent budget-friendly thermostat that is capable of learning and adapting to your habits. It’s on sale for $41.99 ($18 off) at Amazon and Best Buy. Read our review.
- Amazon’s Echo Glow is a colorful smart lamp designed for children, one that is on sale at Amazon for $16.99 instead of $29.99.
- Amazon’s Alexa-compatible Smart Plug allows you to add voice controls to any outlet in your home. Right now, the handy accessory is on sale at Amazon for $12.99 instead of $24.99.