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There are some great deals under $50 still to be had this
Some of the best items on sale include the Roku Premiere for $27, the Amazon Echo Show for half price at $45 and the Blink Mini indoor camera for $25, meaning now is a great time to get your hands on some top-shelf Amazon gear.
We’ll keep this page up to date regularly as the discounts come in, so check back for the lowest prices and most affordable Amazon Prime Day deals.
Amazon Prime day runs through until the end of Wednesday, Oct. 14.
Smart home deals
Amazon wants to put Alexa in your car. Is that worth $50? No. Is it worth $20? Maybe. Echo Auto reviews have been fairly mixed, in part because the price feels too high and in part because you can accomplish a lot of the same voice-powered things with your phone’s Google Assistant or Siri. (Can’t say I’m wild about the wires, either.)
That said, if you’ve been curious to give this a try, I believe this is the lowest price on record (by a lot). Read our Echo Auto hands-on first take.
Amazon’s pint-sized smart speaker, the $50 third-gen Amazon Echo Dot, is on sale for $19 right now. Like other Alexa speakers, the Echo Dot answers your queries about the weather, controls compatible smart home devices and more, all with simple voice commands.
Amazon’s Echo Flex is a clever little gadget, adding Alexa to a modular smart plug design. The plug itself can attach various augmentations, like an LED clock, a motion sensor or a night light. To get this little device, plus all of Alexa’s smarts, for only $10, is a solid deal.
This is the lowest price to date, and it can get even better: Use the aforementioned Prime Rewards Visa card and you’ll get 10% back, effectively bringing your price down to $40.50.
The Blink Mini is on sale for $25 when ordered via the Amazon app or site, but if you have an Alexa-equipped device, use your voice to order it for just $15. (“Alexa, order a Blink Mini indoor camera.”)
That would put the camera below the CNET-favorite Wyze Cam ($20 plus shipping). Both models work quite well, though the latter includes free cloud storage, which the Blink doesn’t.
However, you get a free Blink cloud-storage trial through the end of 2020, and the forthcoming Blink Sync Module 2 will afford you subscription-free local storage for just $35.
Another great option: Get the Blink Mini bundled with an Echo Show 5 for just $50. These two have a combined retail value of $125!
Roku’s entry-level streamer is basically the Premiere, but without the ability to handle 4K HDR content. At just $21, it’s still a capable option for getting the latest 1080p streaming channels on to older TVs. That’s $9 less than the new Fire Stick Lite is currently selling for.
This stepdown to the Streaming Stick Plus is a minibox rather than a stick, and it loses the TV power/volume controls on the remote. But it otherwise pumps out the same 4K HDR picture quality and channel selection as the Streaming Stick Plus.
If you can buy one streamer in Roku’s line, this is it. The tiny stick pops into the back of any HDMI-equipped TV, and it can stream nearly every online channel at resolutions up to 4K and with HDR support. The included remote controls your TV’s volume and power, too. If you want to retrofit any older TV to be a streaming powerhouse, the Roku Streaming Stick Plus is a no-brainer.
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The Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K typically costs $50, but it’s currently on sale for $30 during Prime Day. This 4K media streaming kit includes an Alexa Voice Remote. Amazon says the product could be back in stock by Nov. 20.