Amazon‘s Black Friday/Cyber Monday sale is in full swing, with huge Amazon device sales – and price cuts on Bose products and more, too.
No need to wait until Black Friday — give thanks today because the big annual sale at Amazon is already under way. It includes some of the best prices of the year (or, at least since Prime Day) on Amazon’s own devices including the Amazon Echo, Fire tablet, Fire TV and Kindle — and other top-notch gadgets, too.
Deals and availability confirmed.
Here’s what you need to know:
- Amazon’s deals are live, with certain time-based Lightning Deals happening throughout the weekend.
- We’ve put the newest and/or most notable sale items at the top of the list.
- Note that viralzergnet may get a share of revenue from the sale of the products featured on this page.
New and notable Bose and Beats deals at Amazon
These Bose wireless headphones and wireless speakers are available elsewhere, too, but we’re calling them out because they’re great-sounding products available at nice discounts. $20 off of the BeatsX is great for iPhone fans, too.
Bose SoundSport Free: $169 at Walmart, Amazon and other retailers ($30 off)
Bose’s totally wireless SoundSport Free headphones rarely go on sale. They’re $30 off at several retailers.
Bose SoundSport Wireless: $100 at Walmart and Amazon ($50 off)
Bose’s popular wireless sports headphone are on sale for $100 at a few different retailers for Black Friday.
Bose SoundLink Micro Bluetooth speaker: $30 off at Amazon
Okay fine, it’s not a pair of headphones, but it still plays damn fine music and you can always hold two against your head like actual headphones if that makes you feel better.
It’s waterproof and provides a great sound for such a small speaker.
Amazon device deals available now
OK, now to the Amazon device deals. Here’s what you can get right now, including the new Fire TV sales that started Sunday and are still available today.
Echo Dot (third-gen): $24 (save $26)
The latest and greatest Dot smart speaker for over 50 percent off? Yes, please.
Echo Dot (second-gen): $20 (save $20)
Last year’s Dot is still plenty good, especially at this price. Who cares about a fabric cover?
Echo Dot Kids Edition: $50 ($20 off)
Kid-friendly Alexa in an Echo Dot with a (mostly) kid-proof bumper case.
Echo (second-gen): $69 (save $31)
Although QVC briefly had this beat with a two-fer deal (two Echos for $100), a single for $69 is still pretty compelling. At most, Amazon usually cuts $20 off the price.
Echo Look: $50 (save $150)
Look — Amazon’s fashion-minded Echo device hasn’t exactly set the world on fire. Because do we need an Alexa-powered selfie camera? Maybe not for $200… but what about for $50?
Echo Plus (second-gen): $110 (save $40)
Truthfully, this is far from our favorite Amazon Echo product. The Plus adds a Zigbee hub and temperature sensor — decidedly optional items for most homeowners. The straight-up Echo (just $69) may be your better bet.
Echo Show (second-gen): $180 (save $50)
Though a big improvement over the original, the screen-equipped Echo Show is still a hard sell for some. Maybe a $50 savings makes it more palatable?
Echo Spot: $90 (save $40)
The Echo Spot is fine for what it is, but Amazon still hasn’t done enough to convince us that Alexa needs a touchscreen at all.
Amazon Smart Plug: $5 with the purchase of any Echo device (save $20)
Assuming you’re all-in with Alexa devices, this smart plug is a steal at $5. Just don’t expect compatibility outside Amazon’s ecosystem.
Fire 7 Tablet, $30 ($30 off)
The latest version of Amazon’s most popular tablet ever… for $30.
Fire HD 8 tablet $50 ($30 off)
At $30 off this is also well worth a look.
Echo Dot Kids Edition Bundle with Fire HD 10 Kids Edition: $180 ($90 off)
Perfect if you’re looking to spend a little more on your nearest and dearest.
Ring Video Doorbell 2 with all-new Echo Dot: $139 ($110 off)
Time to take the next step with creating that smart home, might as well get it when its $110 off.
Blink XT Cam Systems for up to $150 off
The standard Blink cameras are designed for indoor use, but if you have outdoor areas you want to monitor, look to the Blink XT. Those weather-proofed models are on sale now. Here are your options:
Fire TV Stick with Alexa Voice Remote: $25 ($15 off)
When you talk (to your TV), Alexa listens.
Fire TV Recast 500 GB: $180 ($50 off)
Fire TV Recast is a just-released piece of hardware that acts as a dedicated DVR hub for your media streaming needs.”one of the best cord-cutting companions yet,” and starting Nov. 18, you’ll find the 500GB version with two tuners marked down to $180, saving you $50.
Need more storage space for Recasted reruns? The 1TB version with four tuners will be marked down to $220, saving you about $60.
Roku Streaming Stick 2018 for $29 (save $20)
If Fire TV isn’t your thing, this Roku is a great substitute. It’s got more channels, a cleaner interface and it includes a remote (shown here) that controls your TV’s power and volume.
Fire TV Stick 4K with Alexa Voice Remote: $35 ($15 off)
4K HDR stick speaks Alexa, carries big streaming features.
Fire TV Cube: $60 ($60 off)
Alexa turns on your TV, and it feels like magic.
Echo Sub and two Echos (second-gen): $250 (save $80)
The Amazon Echo Sub adds an instant bass upgrade to the Echo line of smart speakers — and you get two of the latter as well, making for a better overall music experience.
Blink Indoor Cam Systems for up to $116 off
Amazon bought smart home camera startup Blink late last year — this year, it’s offering big discounts on Blink Indoor starter kits. Here are your options:
Don’t ask me why a single add-on cam costs more than the one-cam starter kit, which also includes the system’s hub.
Fire 7 Kids Edition tablet: $70 ($30 off)
Amazon’s kid-friendly tablet with a safety net — er, case. Koala not included.
Fire HD 10 tablet: $100 ($50 off)
Amazon’s biggest tablet is also an Alexa-powered hands-free device.
Fire HD 10 Kids Edition tablet: $150 ($50 off)
A bigger screen, and bigger value, on the kid- and parent-friendly Fire tablet.
Fire HD 10 Tablet with Show Mode Charging Dock: $145 ($60 off)
The Show Mode charging dock basically transforms your Fire Tablet into an always-on, Echo Show-style smart display. Starting Nov. 16, you’ll be able to get the two packaged together for $145.
Already have a Fire HD 10 and just want the dock? Starting on Nov. 16, Amazon’s knocking $10 off of the price, bringing the dock’s cost down to $45.