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The Only 9 Prime Deals That Matter on Amazon Echos, Kindle Fires, and Fire TVs

No hype. Just savings.

Amazon Prime Day is here. The two-day sale takes place on June 21 and 22 of this year and features deals on more than one million products across categories including but not limited to toys, baby gear, kitchen accessories and Apple devices. As expected, we’re seeing huge discounts on Amazon devices; the tech behemoth just introduced all-new Kindle Fires and Echo smart speakers, so the previous models (all of them outstanding, unless you need the latest and greatest), are discounted. Some great savings below.

Today’s Best Deals on Echo, Fire TV and Amazon Devices

Amazon's brand new Pro Fire tablet is $199. It's faster than earlier models, and it also gives kids access to a digital store, but parents have to approve any purchases.

The first gen $80 smart speaker has a 5.5 inch smart display that lets you voice control compatible devices or manage them.

The $300 Fire HD 10 Plus tablet, which has a Bluetooth keyboard with a detachable case. The battery can be used for 400 hours on one charge.

The $50 Fire TV streaming stick gives you brilliant picture quality, thanks to 4K Ultra HD, Dolby Vision, HDR, and HDR10+.

Amazon's $120 earbuds have sealed in-ear design and ANC to limit background noise and give you clear audio. Plus up to 15 hours of battery life.

This powerhouse $200 kids' tablet has outstanding parental controls and 10.1 inch high definition touchscreen. The battery lasts up to 12 hours. Plus it has 2 MP front and rear-facing cameras with 720p HD video recording.

Stream your music, podcasts, or navigation directions through your car's speakers. It's like an upgraded infotainment system for less than $20.

For less than half the original price you can pair an indoor camera with a Blink monitor. A solid first step for a new smarthome system to keep an eye on things when you’re away.

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