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Amazon's Offering Rare Prime Day Deals on Their Best Gadgets, Today Only

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On any given day, it’s not uncommon to see deals on a few of Amazon’s first party gadgets, but the discounts are usually modest, and relegated to less popular products. Today’s not any given day though: It’s Prime Day, and the deals are bigger and broader than we’ve ever seen.

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The star of the show here is the shockingly great—and rarely discounted—Amazon Echo for $50 off, one of the best deals we’ve seen. This thing was awesome when it first came out last year, and it gets better every week. I got one a few months ago, and don’t know how I’d live without it now. The less-beloved Amazon Tap is also $30 off.

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The undisputed king of Black Friday 2015, the Amazon Fire tablet, is also down to an all-time low $33. Is it a great tablet? No. Is it still an amazing piece of technology for cost of a few lunches out? Absolutely. The 10" (and much faster) Fire HD 10 is also on sale for $150, an all-time low by $30.

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You can also save $30 on the newly refurbished Kindle and Kindle Paperwhite, or $50 on the Kindle Voyage. We see $20 discounts on the lower end Kindles pretty often, but $30 is less common. The Voyage, while only marginally better than the Paperwhite, basically never gets discounts.

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Update: You can now get a refurbished Kindle Voyage for $130, or $20 off the price of a new one.

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The entire Fire TV line is also on sale with abnormally large discounts today: $15 on the Fire TV Stick, and $30 on the 4K Fire TV, along with all of its associated bundles.

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And in case you missed it yesterday, you can still score all the Amazon Dash buttons you want for just $1 each, complete with a $5 Amazon credit on your first press. Yes, that means that Amazon is literally paying you to use them.

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