All Amazon devices on sale for Prime Day prices at Best Buy, Target, Staples, B&H, and more [Expired]

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.

  1. clocks says:

    I think the FTV pendant at $34.99 is a steal. Tempted to order another, as I have already listing my FTV2s for sale. I can get almost 3 pendants for what one of my FTV2 twos sell for.

    • Andy says:

      I’d buy your Fire TV 2’s over the pendant any day. It sucks big time which is why the 2’s are fetching the big bucks on eBay.

  2. clocks says:

    bhphoto does not seem to be showing the sale prices for me, at least on the FTVs.

    • AFTVnews says:

      Yeah, while I was putting the list together, B&H kept flipping back and forth between sale and regular pricing. I decided to keep them listed in case they fix things later today. At one point, the sale price was listed when you searched on B&H but not on the product page, so seems like they’re having issues.

  3. Len Mullen says:

    Staples has the black Show for $129.99 but it is out of stock online and in any store I check. Plenty of white ones, but those are still $229.99.

  4. George says:

    Will this be mire than a one day sale?

    • AFTVnews says:

      Best Buy says the sale will continue into Saturday, but not sure about the other stores.

      • George says:

        Thanks for replying. I wanted a Fire HD 10. Best Buy had it for $110, the other stores matched the Prime Day price at $100.

        When I went to Target, the HD 10 scanned at $150. They insisted that there was no $100 sale price. It took a half hour for two clerks and a customer service rep. to resolve the issue to my satisfaction. The sale price was definitley not in their computer system. Is this common? I don’t buy much stuff, so I don’t know.

        They weren’t particularly friendly about it either which surprised me, because I’d heard Target had good, friendly customer service.

  5. Len Mullen says:

    I ended up getting a pair of Shows from Bed Bath and Beyond. The sale price for the pair was $239.99. That’s $120 per Show which is a decent price. I used $91.10 of Discover Cash Back gift cards. In reality, the cash back could be taken as $72.88, so the savings was really only $18.22, but that still reduces the cost per unit by $9.11 to $110.99. Ebates paid $5.96, so $110.99-$2.98=$108.01 per show. And I got 2% cash back because I used a PayPal MasterCard to pay the balance (2% cashback = $2.98) reducing the net to $106.52 per show. Not the $20 I hoped to check out for at Staples, but I got two not one and my OOP was only $148.89-$5.96-$2.98=$139.95 or $69.98 per show.

  6. Baloo247 says:

    What’s the power rating on the fire tv cube plug? Just wondering if I get one from USA will it work using uk fire tv plug.

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