We're more than mid-way through December and if you still have gifts left on your shopping list, Amazon is having one more massive sale before the holidays. The online giant is offering price drops on practically every device it makes.
From the Echo Dot to a 50-inch 4K Fire TV, you can save up to $124 on Amazon devices during Amazon's current sale. Keep in mind that if you're an Amazon Prime member, December 18 is one of Amazon's Christmas 2019 shipping deadlines. Of course, you can order same-day delivery on December 24, but to prevent any unforeseen delays, we recommend buying your gifts asap.
Many of the devices on sale now are back at their Black Friday price low, although a few are within $5 to $20 of their all-time price low. Either way, they're still solid buys and aren't likely to get cheaper in the coming days.
Amazon Fire TV Stick (1080p): was $39 now $24 @ Amazon
The Fire TV Stick is a streaming gadget that lets you watch Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Video (of course) and just about any other service you can think of in full 1080p. It includes an Alexa remote, so you can find things to watch and interact with Amazon's assistant using your voice.
Amazon Fire TV Cube: was $119 now $89 @ Amazon
Get access to tons of content with Amazon's Fire TV Cube. The device is an excellent marriage of an Echo speaker and streaming provider that's able to control your living room. Plus the $50 savings make this deal as good as Black Friday's. Heads up: this was $20 cheaper on Prime Day.
Fire HD 10 Tablet: was $149 now $119 @ Amazon
The Fire HD 10 is Amazon's biggest and boldest tablet. It sports a 10.1-inch 1080p display and a 2GHz octa-core CPU with 2GB of RAM. It's the Amazon tablet to get if you want decent power at a super cheap price. Just keep in mind it was $20 cheaper on Black Friday.
Fire HD 8 Kids Tablet: was $129 now $89 @ Amazon
Want a bigger screen for your child? The Fire HD 8 Kids Tablet packs an 8-inch HD display, 1.3GHz quad-core CPU, 1.5GB of RAM, and 32GB of storage. This deal takes $40 off its regular price. It also includes a 2-year warranty and protective case.
Amazon Kindle: was $89 now $69 @ Amazon
The most basic version of Amazon's famous ereader remains a great buy. With a bright anti-glare e-ink display, a battery life that lasts weeks, and a choice of millions of books, you can happily read for hours, or alternatively pair it with wireless speakers or headphones to listen to audiobooks.
Amazon Smart Home
Echo Flex: was $24 now $19 @ Amazon
Plug Alexa into your wall with Echo Flex. The compact smart speaker isn't the best music device, but it's incredibly versatile since it plugs directly into an outlet (sans dangling cords). Bundle it with a motion sensor or night light for added super powers.
Amazon Home Security
Amazon Music Unlimited (4 months): was $30.96 now $0.99 @ Amazon
For new subscribers only, sign up for Amazon Music and get 4 months for just $0.99. Subsequent months are $9.99 (or you can cancel anytime after your free trial). Amazon Music Unlimited gives you access to millions of songs that you can listen to online or offline as much as you like.
Kindle Unlimited: 3 months for $0.99 @ Amazon
Heads up, bookworms. Right now you can get 3 months of Kindle Unlimited for $0.99. (After 3 months it renews at $9.99/mo. or you can opt to cancel). Alternatively, you can get a 30-day trial for free. Both are among the best Amazon deals we've seen this month.
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As deals editor at Tom’s Guide, Louis is constantly looking for ways to avoid paying full price for the latest gadgets. With over 10 years of deals-hunting experience, Louis price checks against multiple retailers and searches high and low for the best deals to bring readers. A born-and-bred New Yorker, Louis is also an avid swimmer and marathoner. His work has appeared on Gizmodo, CNET, and Time Out New York.