As has become customary after the big sale, Amazon released some figures about Prime Day purchases. The Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K claimed the title as the most popular item purchased during Prime Day. During the last Prime Day in October of 2020, that title went to the Amazon Echo Dot. As for Echo devices, it seems like their sales figures may have dropped quite a bit compared to previous Prime Days. Amazon also said that more Toshiba and Insignia Fire TV televisions we purchased this Prime Day than the last one, which was already more than the one before that. Read more ›
Prime Day is just a few hours from ending and most of the deals are still available, especially for Amazon devices. You can look back through all the deals I’ve been highlighting but if you just want to see all the Fire TV related deals on one page, here you go. Read more ›
Amazon has put nearly every Fire TV Edition television it sells from Toshiba and Insignia on sale for Prime Day. Surprisingly, this even includes most of the 2021 models that were just released within the last few weeks. TV sizes include 24, 32, 39, 42, 43, 50, 55, 65, and 70 inches. Here is a full list of all the TVs on sale and a breakdown of the main differences between 2020 vs 2021 models and Toshiba vs Insignia models. Read more ›
There are currently numerous promotions running concurrently with Prime Day that can earn you free Amazon credit or extra cashback. Combining these promotions with Prime Day deals is the best way to maximize the amount that you can save. Here is a list of 7 different promotions and the instructions on how to see if you qualify and receive the free credit. Read more ›
With day 1 of Prime Day coming to a close, here are some deals on various accessories for Fire TVs. Included are remotes, keyboards, remote cases, remote holders, and more. Read more ›
Here is a round-up of the top deals on streaming devices across all major brands that are currently available. Included are deals on Fire TV devices, Android TV devices, Roku devices, and Apple TV deals. While I’m certainly partial to the Fire TV deals, there are certainly some others that a worth considering. Read more ›
Amazon’s Echo Buds are on sale for $79.99 for Prime Day. At 33% off their regular price of $119.99, this is the new lowest price they have ever been. These are the 2nd-gen buds that were released just a couple of months ago and greatly improve on the 1st-gen models in both sound quality and comfort. These earbuds come with a wired charging case but you can also get the Echo Buds with a Wireless Charging Case for $99.99, which is 29% off its regular price of $139.99. If you opt for the wireless case, you may want to grab the Echo Buds Wireless Charging pad for $17.99 that is made specifically with a recessed area for the case to sit. Note that buying the bundle that includes the Echo Buds and the charging pad, unfortunately, doesn’t save you any more than buying the two separately.
Amazon has a few hidden Prime Day deals that can only be scored if you order through Alexa. Some of the items are already on sale for Prime Day and Alexa will save you even more, while others aren’t on sale at all, so ordering through Alexa is the only way to get any kind of discount on them. Read on for the full list and be sure to check back tomorrow because Amazon often swaps items in and out, so I will be keeping this list updated through tomorrow night. Read more ›
Kasa has put a large portion of its smart plugs, outlets, switches, light bulbs, light strips, and cameras on sale for Prime Day. A lot of these deals, like 4 Mini Smart Plugs for $22.99, are the cheapest they have ever been. There are countless smart whatever device manufacturers now and I’ve only tried a tiny number of them, but, with each new brand I try, I keep coming back to Kasa as my go-to recommendation for budget smart plugs. There aren’t too many bells and whistles, but I’ve found that Kasa stuff needs to be reset the least and so I stick with them for now. Here is a rundown of all the good Kasa smart stuff deals I could find. Read more ›
Amazon has the Echo Auto with 6 months of Music Unlimited for just $14.99. This price matches the lowest price the Echo Auto has ever been, which is 70% off the regular price of $49.99, even when you don’t factor in the included music subscription. Multiple Echo devices are offering 6 months of Music Unlimited, but the Echo Auto is the least expensive one. The 3rd-gen Echo Dot at $19.99 is the second least expensive. Amazon Music Unlimited normally costs $7.99 per month, which is how the $97.93 list price of this deal is calculated. However, Amazon is currently offering Prime members 4 months free without purchasing anything, so you’re really getting just 2 extra months for free when you buy the Echo Auto. The music offer is only for new subscribers. Everyone else can get the Echo Auto for $14.99 without any extras.