You're probably well aware of Amazon's lineup of devices by now. The company makes a whole host of Echo smart speakers, Fire TV devices and tablets, Kindle e-readers, among other things, and these devices have become super popular thanks to their affordable prices. Today only, you can save even more on Amazon devices at Woot (opens in new tab) thanks to a limited-time sale that drops starting prices as low as $19.99.
Some of the devices are offered in new condition which means the only thing you're missing out on is paying full price. Others are used or refurbished to look and work like new, with shorter warranties, so it's worth paying close attention to that before you place an order.
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Ring Video Doorbell Wired with Echo Show 5 (opens in new tab)
$64.99 $139.98 Save $75
The Ring Video Doorbell is bundled with Amazon's Echo Show 5 at over 50% off exclusively for Prime Day. You'll be able to see who's at your door using the Ring app on a myriad of devices, including the Echo Show 5.
Fire TV Stick 4K with 'The Disney Bundle' (opens in new tab)
Limited Time Only
Exclusively during Prime Day, Amazon is offering Prime members three free months of 'The Disney Bundle' with the purchase of a new Fire TV Stick or Fire Tablet. The Disney Bundle gives subscribers access to Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+.
Amazon Prime Video Channels (opens in new tab)
Limited Time Only
Amazon Prime Video lets you add other streaming services as 'channels' to your Prime subscription, and right now select options are down to just $1 per month ahead of Prime Day!
Amazon Echo Devices (opens in new tab)
Featuring the Echo, Echo Dot, Echo Show 5, Echo Auto, Echo Frames, and more, this sale lets you snap up some Amazon hardware without breaking the bank. These are some of the best prices ever, tough they are just for Prime members.
Amazon Kids+ Family Plan (opens in new tab)
$0.99 $29.99 Save $29
One of the best deals to come to Amazon Kids+ is now available exclusively for Prime members! Your family can score three months of access for only $1 by signing up before Prime Day begins on June 21.
Possibly the best deal in the sale is on the latest Echo Dot (opens in new tab). The 3rd-gen model goes for up to $50 at Amazon, but is down to only $24.99 today at Woot. With the Echo Dot you can control your smart home gear, as well as have measurements converted, find out the local weather, set timers, stream music, and more. If you're already all-in on Echo hardware, it's totally worth adding Alexa to more rooms in your home with this deal.
If you want an Alexa device with a screen, check out the deal on Amazon's Echo Show 5 (opens in new tab) which is down $40 in used-good condition, or the bedside Echo Spot (opens in new tab) for just $29.99.
Your smart TV needs are covered in this sale, too. Though the Fire TV Stick has already sold out, you can still grab the Fire TV Cube (opens in new tab) with a 50% discount. It combines the best of Amazon's smart TV platform with the skills of an Alexa smart speaker. The sale also includes security camera options like the Blink XT outdoor cams (opens in new tab). The sets are up to half off and offer notifications for when activity is spotted, a 1080p HD video stream, night vision, and much more.
Other devices worth checking out include the previous-gen Fire 7 tablet (opens in new tab) and Kindle Paperwhite (opens in new tab) at just $19.99 and $59.99, respectively. Though they aren't the latest models and aren't delivered new, they still work great today and are an excellent value at those prices.
Be sure to check out the entire sale (opens in new tab) at Woot and add some more smart devices to your home for less while you still can. The sale ends tonight or when sold out. Shipping is free if you use your Amazon Prime (opens in new tab) account, otherwise it's $6.
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