Hey, Alexa — what are the best Amazon device deals debuting today?
While asking Alexa how to best replace her to get the newer model may be a bit mean, asking us is just fine. Starting Monday, June 14, Amazon is hyping us up for Prime Day with early deals on Amazon devices, available through the main event on June 20 and 21.
There are already early deals available for Prime members live on the site, but if you had your eye on a new Amazon Echo, Echo Buds or a Ring doorbell, this is the sale for you. All you need to do to cash in on these deals is to sign up for an Amazon Prime membership and get to shopping, as chances are these devices wont stay on the e-shelves for long. Then, set an alarm for June 20 and go all out for Prime Day 2021.
This is a BOGO you won’t want to miss.
Ahead of Prime Day, Amazon is offering not just one but two Echo Dot 4th Gen devices for $49.98 total, with code PDDOT2PK at checkout. This two-fer is a great idea for those wanting to start making their home a smart one, or if you need the perfect gift for the tech-lover and still want to keep one for yourself.
Amazon doesn’t play games when it comes to a great deal.
This gaming bundle includes both an Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K and the Luna Controller, both of which can be used wirelessly to game or stream on most any screen in the house, including a Fire TV, Mac, iPhone and other devices.
For the streamer, binge watcher and TV lover, here is a bundle made just for you.
Prime members can score this streaming bundle for just $55.97 pre-Prime Day, which is normally $82.97. The package comes with a Fire TV Stick 4k and a red cover, as well as a USB power cable to easily connect your screen to the Fire TV Stick without the need for a tangle of cords.
Two really is better than one.
The more high-tech older brother of the Echo Dot is also on sale with a two-for-one deal this pre-Prime Day. The Amazon Echo 4th Gen device is now $119.98 for two with code ECHOPRIME, as opposed to the original price of $99.99 for just one. Now the only decision you need to make is charcoal, white or twilight blue, as each option is as stylish as the last.
Show up for your loved ones, even when you can’t be there in person.
The Echo Show 5 is a great device to give as a gift and keep one for yourself as well, as it connects you and your friends and family in seconds. Call them on their own Echo Show or through an Alexa powered device or even Skype and be virtually face-to-face again. You can also use your Echo Show to control your smart home, watch Netflix, catch up on audiobooks and more.
Make your ears smile with a pair of 2nd Gen Echo Buds.
Now on sale for under $80, the ear buds come in either black or white and are equipped with noise canceling technology as well as a fast-charging battery. Plug them into the wired or wireless case for just 15 minutes and get up to 2 hours of listening in a snap.
Amazon Halo, $69.99 (originally $99.99)
If you needed a little health guidance from the powers that be, here’s something with a halo.
Amazon’s new Halo device is a wearable that is here to help track your body’s vitals, fitness and more. With the help of Alexa, inquire about your sleep quality, activity level and more. The band itself comes in three trendy colors for all fitness lovers, from a black and onyx combination, rose gold and pink or a winter blue and silver combo. This device is on sale for the first time ever, so grab this deal and run (while tracking your steps, of course.)
Your future is so bright, you’re going to need smart shades.
These smart glasses are Amazon’s Echo Frames, now on sale for the pre-Prime Day holiday event. Equipped with Alexa, make calls, text a friend, listen to music or audiobooks and more, without the staring at your phone or squinting at a screen while on the go. To keep all things equal, you can even use the shades with Google Assistant and Siri, so no need to switch up your whole tech routine to factor these glasses into your daily life.
Turn your Toyota into a Tesla, and for a lot less money.
The Amazon Echo Auto brings your smart home into your car, making it easier and safer to be hands-free. The device is equipped with Alexa, who can help you control the radio, your podcasts and music as well as check the news and even pay for gas with Apple Pay.