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The best Prime Day deals you can still get on Amazon devices

The best Prime Day deals you can still get on Amazon devices


Day two of Prime Day is almost over. However, if you weren’t able to take advantage of yesterday’s deals on Amazon devices, there’s still some time left.

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The Kindle Scribe has hit a new all-time low, as have other Kindle models.
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It’s that time of year again. Amazon Prime Day kicked off in earnest yesterday and will last for several more hours. As an Amazon event, naturally, some of the best discounts you can still get are on Amazon’s own devices. As expected, the retailer is offering some steep discounts on some of its newest smart speakers and e-readers, as well as Amazon-branded TVs, streaming devices, smart displays, and various Fire tablets.

We’ve rounded up some of the best deals available below, many of which are set to expire later this evening when Prime Day officially wraps. Thankfully, until then, there are plenty of great discounts to go around.

The best Prime Day TV and streaming device deals

A close-up of the Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K Max streaming dongle beside its remote control on a brown couch.

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. Read our review.


Amazon’s Fire TV Omni QLED 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.

  • Amazon’s last-gen Fire TV Omni lineup is also on sale. Right now, for instance, Prime members can buy the 55-inch model for $429.99 ($120 off). If you’d like support for Dolby Vision, Prime members can also buy the 75-inch for $719.99 ($330 off). The prior model can’t display artwork when idle and is not as capable as the newer QLED series, but it still integrates well with Alexa. It also shares some other perks with the QLED lineup, like two-way video-calling support. Read our Amazon Fire TV Omni review.
  • Amazon’s cheaper 4K TVs are also on sale. You can, for example, buy the 43-inch Fire TV 4-Series for $229.99 ($140 off) if you’re a Prime member. The lineup doesn’t offer hands-free voice control or two-way video calling, but it does support HDR10 and Alexa integration.
A photo of Amazon’s Fire TV Cube on a TV stand.

The hybrid Echo and Fire TV is faster than its predecessor with extensive hands-free voice control capabilities, support for Wi-Fi 6E, and excellent performance. Read our review.

  • The basic Fire TV 2 Series lineup is also on sale. Prime members can, for instance, buy the 32-inch Fire TV 2-Series – which features 720p resolution – for $129.99 ($70 off), while the 1080p, 40-inch model is down to $189.99 ($60 off) for Prime members. Neither TV supports 4K resolution, but they could be a decent option if you’re looking for a cheap, small-screen TV.
  • Prime members can pick up the Alexa Voice Remote Pro — which offers backlighting, two customizable buttons, and a helpful remote finder feature — for $27.99 ($7 off). Read our review.

The best Prime Day smart display deals

Amazon Echo Show 15

$25027% 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. Read our review.

The third-gen Echo Show 5 turned on while on a desk in front of the window during a rainy day.

The new Echo Show 5 is just as small as its predecessor but features updated mics and a speaker system that should deliver double the bass and clearer sound quality.

The best Prime Day smart speaker and earbud deals

An Echo Dot with Clock on a kitchen counter

The fifth-gen Echo Dot touts a temperature sensor, better sound, and faster response time than the prior model. It can also act as an extender for your Eero Wi-Fi system. Read our review.


Amazon’s second-gen Echo Buds offer a comfortable design, good ANC, and a natural ambient sound mode. They support hands-free Alexa commands as well. Read our review.

A purple Echo Pop smart speaker on a table surrounded by Ring Pop candy.

Echo Pop

$4055% off

The Echo Pop is Amazon’s newest Alexa-enabled smart speaker. It offers a unique semisphere form factor and can function as an Eero mesh Wi-Fi extender. Read our review.

  • Prime members can buy the new Echo Buds on sale for $34.99 ($15 off) at Amazon. The wireless earbuds don’t offer active noise cancellation, but they do feature hands-free Alexa and a semi-open design that should allow you to hear things around you well.
  • Prime members can pick up the fourth-gen Echo, which offers good sound quality and a built-in smart home hub, with a Sengled smart bulb for $54.99 ($60 off) on Amazon. Read our review.
  • Amazon’s Echo Studio is available to Prime members bundled with a free Sengled smart bulb right now for $154.99 ($59.99 off). The older smart speaker can’t compete with newer offerings from Sonos and other brands, but it still offers exceptional sound quality with Dolby Atmos support. Read our review.

The best Prime Day Kindle deals

A hand holding the 2022 Kindle in front of red flowers.

Amazon’s new entry-level Kindle comes with a host of much-needed upgrades, including a better display, longer battery life, and — most importantly — USB-C charging.

A hand holding up the Kindle Paperwhite

Amazon’s latest Kindle Paperwhite has a 6.8-inch E Ink display with adjustable color temperature for nighttime reading. It also boasts a fast processor, months-long battery life, IPX8 waterproofing, and a USB-C port.

  • The ad-free Kindle Paperwhite Signature Edition, which is similar to the standard model but features support for wireless charging and a few other added incentives, is on sale just for Prime members. Right now, you can buy it with a wireless charging dock and leather cover for $167.97 ($97 off).
  • Amazon’s ad-supported Kindle Oasis is on sale for $164.99 ($85 off) with 8GB of storage. You can also buy the same model with a fabric cover and power adapter for $200.97 ($139 off). The 2019 e-reader lacks support for USB-C, unlike the Kindle Paperwhite, but it does come with physical page-turning buttons. Read our review.

Amazon’s kid-friendly Paperwhite is the same as the standard Paperwhite, but it’s ad-free and comes with the added benefits of a two-year hardware protection plan, one year of Amazon Kids Plus, and a choice of three kid-friendly covers.


The Kindle Scribe is Amazon’s largest e-reader to date, with a crisp 10.2-inch display, terrific battery life, and a stylus for note-taking.

The best Prime Day Fire tablet deals

Amazon’s Fire HD 10 tablet sitting upright on a night table.

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

A person holding the Amazon Fire HD 8 Plus tablet

The latest Fire HD 8 is Amazon’s eight-inch Fire HD tablet. It offers access to apps like Netflix, Facebook, Hulu, Instagram, TikTok, and more. Its display isn’t as sharp as the Fire HD 10’s, but it’s still a good, basic entertainment device with long battery life.

  • The new Amazon Fire Max 11 is on sale with a keyboard case and stylus for $149.99 at Amazon. The productivity-focused tablet features a punchy 11-inch display and more power than other Fire tablets, but it still doesn’t compete with one of Apple’s entry-level iPads. Read our review.
  • If you want an even cheaper tablet, the latest Amazon Fire 7 is on sale at Amazon for $39.99 ($20 off) with ads and 16GB of storage. The slate offers long battery life and a lower-resolution display than that of the Fire HD 8, yet one that’s also better than its predecessor’s. Read our review.

The best Prime Day smart home deals

A Ring Video Doorbell Pro 2 mounted outside the front door of a house.

The flagship Ring doorbell has the best video quality, good connectivity, and excellent motion detection. It works smoothly with Amazon Alexa, but is expensive, requires a subscription for most features, and doesn’t offer 24/7 recording. Read our review.


Blink’s Video Doorbell is the best if you’re looking a budget-friendly buzzer that offers motion-activated recording and alerts, night vision, two-way audio, and up to two years of battery life.

Blink Mini

Blink Mini

$3549% off

The Blink Mini includes a ball-and-socket mount, a USB-C cable for powering it, and a power adapter. However, note that you’ll need to opt for the optional Blink subscription plan to take advantage of cloud storage and some of the camera’s more premium features. Read our review.

  • Blink is also discounting its outdoor security camera, the third-gen Blink Outdoor, which supports motion detection and can capture 1080p video. A wireless, three-camera kit is on sale right now at Amazon with a Sync Module 2 for $104.99 ($145 off), or you can buy a single camera for $49.99 ($50 off).
  • Prime members can buy the battery-powered Ring Stick Up Cam for $59.99 ($40 off). The 1080p camera can be used inside and outside; it also comes with support for two-way talk, motion detection, and color night vision.

Amazon Smart Plug

$2548% off

Amazon’s apt-titled Smart Plug doesn’t require a hub and lets you add Alexa functionality to any outlet, allowing you to control a range of devices with just your voice.


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.


Amazon’s Smart Air Quality Monitor touts a compact design, voice alerts, and automated triggers that allow it to turn on air purifiers and other Alexa-enabled devices. It lacks a display, however, and pairs best with an Echo device. Read our review.

Miscellaneous Prime Day deals


Eero’s Pro 6E mesh router is the Amazon-owned company’s last-gen 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.

Eero 6 Plus

$14036% off

The Eero 6 Plus is a dual-band, gigabit system that supports over 75 simultaneously connected devices.

Amazon Echo Glow

$3043% off

The Amazon Echo Glow is a multicolored smart lamp for children, one that can cycle through colors and function as an Alexa-enabled sleep timer if needed.

Luna Controller 

$7043% off

Luna is a wireless controller designed for Luna, Amazon’s cloud gaming service, and features a separate Wi-Fi connection so you can play Luna games without as much input lag.

Update July 12th, 2023, 9:06PM ET: Updated to reflect recent prices and availability, as well as the fact that Prime Day is coming to a close.