• Amazon’s best-sellers lists are great ways not only to see which devices on Amazon’s site are most popular, but also to find the best deals on Amazon at any given time.
  • That’s particularly important now, since Amazon’s deal page is hidden while the company shifts focus away from nonessential goods.
  • Here, we dig into Amazon’s current best-sellers in the electronics category to see what people are buying for their coronavirus quarantines.
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Amazon is the biggest online retailer in the country, so people were obviously taken aback when the company announced a major policy change last month. While it’s only temporary, Amazon said that it would stop restocking many nonessential products in its warehouses and that shipping of many nonessential products would be delayed until at least late April. It’s not ideal considering responsible Americans across the country are doing everything they can to stay home and not go out to buy nonessentials. That said, it’s impossible to fault Amazon for it since the reason for the move is to free up as much capacity as possible for shipping medical supplies to hospitals and local governments.

Despite the temporary halt on many nonessential shipments, there are still plenty of non-medical products that are being restocked and delivered regularly. For example, the most surprising news is that the best-selling face masks on Amazon’s entire site are in stock and ready to ship. Apple’s insanely popular AirPods Pro are also shipping immediately at the lowest price ever, and both AirPods 2 models are discounted and ready to be delivered. AirPods are very popular, of course, but they’re not among the best-selling electronics devices on Amazon right now. Wondering what is? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.

5. Echo Dot with Clock

Everyone knows the Echo Dot and everyone loves the Echo Dot, and now there’s a hot new version that adds another great feature to Amazon’s top-selling Alexa smart speaker. As the name suggests, the Echo Dot with Clock is an Echo Dot… with a clock! It’s $60 normally, but right now it’s on sale for $39.99.

4. Roku Express HD

The Roku Express HD Streaming Media Player is one of the most affordable streamers out there right now. In fact, this awesome Roku device is cheaper at full retail than most comparable devices are when they go on sale! Just $29 gets you access to all of your favorite content platforms like Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video, and more, plus hundreds of streaming services you’ve probably never even heard of.

3. Fire TV Stick 4K

The Fire TV Stick 4K is always among the most popular gadgets on Amazon, and this week’s sales have been especially high for a week when there’s no straight discount. That said, there are two great unadvertised deals you’ll definitely want to know about. Some lucky customers will be able to score one right now for just $24.99 with the coupon code 4KFIRETV (find out more details here). If that doesn’t work, anyone can get a free $20 Amazon credit when they purchase and activate two Fire TV Stick 4K streaming media players.

2. Echo Dot

The $50 Echo Dot is one of Amazon’s best-selling devices of all time, and a big part of the reason why is because it often goes on sale for even less than $50. Grab one today and you’ll pay $29.99  for Amazon’s most popular Alexa speaker, or you can buy two and use the coupon code DOT2PACK at checkout to snag them for only $24.99 each.

1. Fire TV Stick

The Fire TV Stick might be a bit pricier than the Roku Express HD despite havind the same main features, but the dongle form factor warrants the added expense for many people. It’s this week’s #1 best-selling electronics product on Amazon, and it’s in stock right now and ready to be delivered in under a week.

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