• Amazon’s best-sellers lists give shoppers a great way to not only see which devices on Amazon’s site are most popular, but also often 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 continues to focus mainly on shipping medical supplies to hospitals.
  • 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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If you’re wondering what the best-selling product is right now among BGR Deals readers, the answer really couldn’t be any simpler: face masks. The CDC recommends on its coronavirus site that EVERYONE should wear a face covering EVERY TIME they leave the house for any reason. This is absolutely crucial. It doesn’t have to be a medical-grade mask, and in fact it absolutely shouldn’t be since there’s still a shortage and healthcare professionals need them desperately. A good 3-ply face mask combined with strict social distancing and good hygiene will work wonders to protect you and those around you. Things like bandanas and DIY face masks are fine, but the ones we linked are much better and they’re only $0.80 each right now.

Beyond face masks, electronics are still quite popular among our readers because everyone is looking for new toys to play with while sheltering in place. For example, Apple’s insanely popular AirPods Pro are top sellers since they’re available at the lowest price ever, and both AirPods 2 models have been flying off the shelves as well. None of Apple’s headphones are popular enough to make Amazon’s top-5 list this week, however.

5. Roku Streaming Stick+

The only line of streaming media players that outsell Amazon’s Fire TV devices globally are Roku players, and the best of the bunch is #5 on this week’s list of Amazon’s best-selling electronics. The Roku Streaming Stick+ is a tiny dongle that supports 4K as well as HDR content, and it’s on sale right now for just $49 instead of $60.

4. Nintendo Switch Lite

That’s right, the Nintendo Switch Lite is finally back in stock on Amazon! Several colors are available right now but gray continues to be the top-seller. There’s no way Amazon’s inventory will last more than a few days though, so hurry up and grab one before they sell out yet again.

3. Fire TV Stick 4K

The Echo Dot with Clock was #3 on the list last week, but it got knocked out of the top 5 by none other than the Fire TV Stick 4K. It’s a fantastic value considering it packs support for 4K resolution and HDR into a tiny dongle, and the Alexa voice remote is fantastic. Also of note, a lucky few people can snag one right now for just $24.99 with the coupon code 4KFIRETV. You can learn more about this special deal right here.

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 the regular $49.99 price for Amazon’s most popular Alexa speaker. Only a crazy person would do that though because you can use the coupon code DOT2PACK to get two Echo Dots for the same $49.99 price!

1. Fire TV Stick

Amazon’s Fire TV Stick is one of the company’s best-selling products of all time, so it should come as no surprise that it tops this week’s list. That’s especially true since everyone is stuck at home so much these days, and they’re all streaming more movies and shows than ever before. The Fire TV Stick was sold out for a few weeks but now it’s finally back in stock and ready to ship out this week. There’s no telling how long Amazon’s current inventory will last though, so grab one now if you’re in need of a new streaming media player.

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