Amazon has the Sideclick Universal Remote on sale for $19.99. That’s $10 off its regular price of $29.99. This is a lightning deal that ends in just a few hours or when the allocated supply is sold out. The Sideclick attaches to the side of any Fire TV, Fire TV Cube, or Fire TV Stick remote to provide a column of 8 programmable IR buttons. I’m a big fan of this product and highly recommend it to anyone looking to reduce the number of remotes they use. Everything you need to use the Sideclick with any Fire TV, Fire TV Cube, or Fire TV Stick remote is included in the box, so you don’t need to worry about buying the correct attachment. The only remotes that it does not work with are the Fire TV Edition television remotes. This deal is expected to end tonight at midnight.
Best Buy has the Sideclick Universal Remote on sale for $19.99. That’s $10 off its regular price of $29.99. The Sideclick attaches to the side of any Fire TV, Fire TV Cube, or Fire TV Stick remote to provide a column of 8 programmable IR buttons. I’m a big fan of this product and highly recommend it to anyone looking to reduce the number of remotes they use. Everything you need to use the Sideclick with any Fire TV, Fire TV Cube, or Fire TV Stick remote is included in the box, so you don’t need to worry about buying the correct attachment. The only remotes that it does not work with are the Fire TV Edition television remotes. This deal is expected to end tonight at midnight.
Amazon is currently running their best sale ever for the Amazon Fire TV Cube. Select customers can buy the new flagship Fire TV device for just $69.99 by entering promo code FIRETVCUBE50 during checkout. This sale is $20 less than the previous lowest price and is $50 off of the regular list price. Not everyone will qualify to use the promo code and it is unknown why some people qualify and others do not. If you qualify, you’ll see a $50 discount appear after entering the code during checkout. This code is scheduled to expire tomorrow morning, Sept. 7th, at 9:00 am PT, so there is less than 24-hours left for you to use it.
Amazon is currently selling the Amazon Fire TV Cube for $69.99 to select customers who enter promo code FIRETVCUBE50 during checkout. The code does not work for everyone and it is unknown what makes some people qualify for this deal but not others. This price is the new lowest price that the Fire TV Cube has ever been. The previous lowest price for the Fire TV Cube was $89.99, so this is a significant discount. Just add the full priced Fire TV Cube to your cart and enter FIRETVCUBE50 in the promo code field on the checkout screen. You’ll either instantly receive a $50 discount or be told that you do not qualify. This promotion will end at 9:00 am PT on September 7th, so it’s only available for 3 days. (Thanks for the heads up Mike!)
The iPazzPort Mini Bluetooth Keyboard with Backlight and Fire TV Remote Case is on sale for $10 when you enter promo code BQKTZ6Q4 during checkout. The regular price for this is $24.99 and it has been as low as $20 in the past. Promo codes generated by 3rd-party sellers, like this one, tend not to last long, so expect the code to stop working soon. The keyboard itself is a standard miniature Bluetooth keyboard that can be wirelessly connected to your Fire TV. It comes with a silicone case that can be used to attach the keyboard to the back of a Fire TV voice remote. The non-voice remote that came with the original 1st-gen Fire TV Stick and the older voice remote that came with the 1st-gen Fire TV will not fit in the case. Voice remotes that came with the Fire TV 2, Fire TV Stick 2 (current), Fire TV 3 (pendant), and Fire TV Cube will fit in the included case. While it’s certainly not going to be as functional as something like the Logitech K400 keyboard or as elegant as something like the Sideclick Remote, it gets the job done if you want a physical keyboard mated to your Fire TV remote.
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For the next few hours, you can get the Arlo Pro 2 Security Camera System w/ 3 Cameras for $359.99. The kit is on sale today only through a lightning deal that has brought the price down to $449.99. Amazon is running a separate promotion on select Alexa compatible smart home devices that reduces the price by another 20% when you apply promo code SMARTHOME20 at checkout. This promotion may only be available to those of you with Alexa devices registered to your Amazon account, but the Fire TV should make you qualified. The lowest price this 3 camera system has ever been in the past is $480, so these two stacking deals have brought it down to a significantly low price. I have owned the 1st generation Arlo Pro cameras and have been very happy with them. They are truly wireless, thanks to their rechargeable batteries, which makes them trivial to move around and place where you need monitoring.
As I predicted, 3rd-party retailers are currently having a sale on all of Amazon’s devices. Best Buy, Target, Staples, B&H, Office Depot, Bed Bath & Beyond, and others are currently matching the prices that Amazon had during Prime Day. The Fire TV Stick is $19.99, the Fire TV is $34.99, and the Fire TV Cube is $89.99. The entire lineup of Amazon Echo models, Fire Tablet models, and Kindle models are also on sale, including the kindle Oasis for $199.99. Even Amazon’s Cloud Cam and Blink XT cameras can be had for the same prices as Prime Day. If you missed out on Prime Day or couldn’t buy anything because you’re not a Prime member, here’s your last chance to get in on what are likely the best prices we’ll see until Black Friday for Amazon devices. Here is the complete list of sales for each retailer, with direct links to each device. Read more ›
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As part of their Alexa-enabled device sale today, Amazon has put the Echo Spot on sale for $103.99. This is the first time that the Echo Spot has been available for this low of a price. The Echo Spot is the newest Alexa device in Amazon’s lineup, which is why it has only been on sale once before today. Just like the Amazon Echo Show, which is also on sale today for $159.99, the Echo Spot can do everything the regular Amazon Echo can do but also includes a touchscreen for visual feedback and interaction, as well as a camera for video calling to other Echo devices and the Alexa app. This sale price ends tonight at midnight, so be sure to get your order in soon if you’re interested in buying the Echo Spot for an all-time low price. You should also be able to combine this deal with the Audible deal to get an extra $50 off the Echo Spot when you purchase a 1-year Audible membership at a discounted price of $99.50.
Amazon has announced that, in recognition of them being voted #1 in Harris Poll’s annual corporate reputation survey for the third year in a row, they will be discounting select Alexa-enabled devices by 20% or more today. This sale notably includes the Amazon Echo Spot for $103.99, which is the new lowest price that the Echo Spot has ever been. It also includes the Amazon Echo Show for $159.99, which is just $10 more than the lowest price that device has ever been. See the full list here on Amazon or down below in this post. Note that you should also be able to combine these sale prices with the Audible deal to get an extra $50 off the Echo Spot, Echo Show, or Echo Plus when you purchase a 1-year Audible membership at a discounted price of $99.50. Read more ›
There are a couple of good deals on Alexa compatible Smart Plugs. You can currently get a 4-Pack of iSelector Mini Smart Plugs for $29.99 using promo code TDGBHGUJ or get a 4-Pack of Gosund mini Smart Plugs for $35.99 using promo code 9A4LR7C7. I personally don’t have any experience with either of these plugs or brands, but reviews seem to be pretty good for both. The iSelector plugs have a 4.7 out of 5 star rating with 184 reviews and the Gosund plugs have a 4.2 star rating with over 200 reviews. Both of these plugs can be controlled by Alexa through an Echo device or the Fire TV voice remote.