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Amazon Just Launched Its Final Wave of Device Deals, and Some Are Better Than Black Friday

Echo Show | $150 | Amazon
Echo Plus | $120 | Amazon
Echo | $80 | Amazon
Echo Dot | $30 | Amazon
Fire TV Stick | $35 | Amazon
Fire TV | $55 | Amazon
Fire 7 Tablet | $30 | Amazon
Fire HD 8 Tablet | $50 | Amazon
Fire HD 10 Tablet | $120 | Amazon
Kindle | $60 | Amazon
Kindle Paperwhite | $100 | Amazon

We thought Amazon was just about done with discounts on their own gadgets for the year, but a bunch of new deals launched this morning, some of which are actually better than Black Friday.

The biggest highlight is the Echo Show for $150, an $80 discount, and $30 less than its Black Friday price. That might have something to do with its on again, off again (currently off again) relationship with YouTube.

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The Echo Plus, which acts as an all-encompassing smart home hub, is also back down to $120, a $30 discount. It even comes with a Hue White bulb that it can control natively. The standard Echo and Echo Dot are still on sale, too.

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Don’t forget that you can still get a TP-Link Smart Plug for $5 with any Echo purchase. Just add it to your cart to see the discount automatically.

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The Fire TV line is back on sale as well, with a small-but-rare $5 discount on the Fire TV Stick, and a $15 discount on the 4K/HDR/Dolby Atmos Fire TV. That’s only the second deal ever on the Fire TV, and it wasn’t discounted at all during Deals Week, though it was priced at $50 as a Gold Box deal last weekend.

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Forgot to pick up a tablet or six this holiday season? Amazon’s are surprisingly decent, and back on sale starting at just $30 for the Fire 7. Personally though, I’d pony up the extra $20 for the Fire HD 8, which has a better screen, twice the storage, and 50% more battery life.

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And last but not least, you can relax and escape from it all with $20 off either the Kindle or the Kindle Paperwhite. You should probably get the Paperwhite, frankly, if only for the sharper screen and backlight.

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