Boy oh boy, has Prime Day 2017 been awesome so far or what? Amazon’s annual summer shopping event has been massive each year since it started in 2015, but this year seems like Prime Day has reached a whole new level. There are thousands of sales to enjoy spanning every single category you can imagine, from housewares and kitchen goods to TVs, smart home devices, accessories, smartphones, tablets, computers, wearables, and so much more.
Of course, Prime Day takes place on Amazon.com, so it didn’t take a crystal ball to foresee the fact that some of the best sales of the event would be on Amazon’s own devices. And Amazon didn’t disappoint, offering killer discounts on just about every single Amazon device and Amazon bundle on the site.
Two Prime Day 2017 deals in particular stand out from the crowd. The first is the Amazon Echo, which Amazon has slashed to its lowest price of all time. We thought $129.99 was a terrific price, but Prime Day 2017 sees the Echo’s price tag cut in half. That’s right, you can get a brand new Amazon Echo right now for just $89.99. Crazy!
The other big one we’re blown away by is Amazon’s big sale on the Element 55-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV – Amazon Fire TV Edition. This joint effort between Element and Amazon delivers an affordable television with 4K resolution and the best available media streaming software. At its regular price of $650, it’s an incredible value. At the Prime Day 2017 sale price of $399.99, it’s unmissable.
There are plenty more noteworthy deals coming out of Amazon’s stable for Prime Day 2017, and you’ll find nearly 30 terrific deals on Amazon devices and bundles listed below.
Key Prime Day 2017 Links:
- Check the BGR Deals Hub constantly for all the latest and greatest deals
- Visit Amazon’s Prime Day 2017 page regularly to see new deals as they pop up
- Sign up for a free 30-day Amazon Prime trial if you’re not already a subscriber – you can’t shop Prime Day deals unless you’re a Prime member
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