Google Chromecast on sale for $25 and Chromecast Ultra on sale for $49.99 at Target

Target wants go get a piece of the Prime Day buzz, so they’re putting a few things on sale as well this week. Most notable right now is the Chromecast Ultra which just went on sale for $49.99. One key advantage it has is that it is one of the very few devices that supports both Dolby Vision HDR and Dolby Atmos surround sound. I don’t keep track of Chromecast pricing as closely as I do Amazon devices, but I believe this is the lowest price the Ultra has ever been. If you don’t care about 4K or HDR, Target also has the regular Chromecast on sale for $25.00, which is $10 off the regular price. If you use a Target RED card, you’ll receive an extra 5% off of each of these prices. I’ll be posting all the best Prime Day deals as thy go live, so be sure to check back often during the next couple of days.

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Target offering $20 off per $100 and is matching discounted Amazon device prices [Expired]

Target is currently running a site-wide promotion that gives you $20 off your order for every $100 you spend. Since Target is currently matching most of the Amazon’s sale prices for their devices, you can get some pretty great deals on Amazon hardware through Target. The Echo Show, which is already priced lower than it has ever been, can be had for $129.99 with this promotions. For other Amazon devices that are less than $100, like the Fire TV, Fire TV Stick, Echo, and Echo Dot, you can still achieve rock-bottom prices by combining purchases. If you have a Target REDcard, you can save even more with its automatic 5% discount. Here are some of the best deals available. Read more ›

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Target now sells the Fire TV, Fire TV Stick, and other Amazon devices

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Target now sells the Amazon Fire TV and the Fire TV Stick. The retailer stopped selling Amazon products four years ago due to a “conflict of interest” since the two companies compete directly in the retail space. A lot has changed in those four years and Target has now re-evaluated their stance, according to Bloomberg. In addition to Fire TV devices, Target now also sells Fire Tablets and Kindles.

The Amazon hardware is expected to show up in Target’s brick-and-mortar stores soon. This gives Amazon customers 1,800 new showrooms to check out the hardware in person. Target also runs great promotions, like 5% off of everything if you use their Redcard, so this should open up a new avanue for buying discounted Amazon hardware.

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