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The Best Amazon Prime Day Deals

Amazon's Prime Day is finally here. Yes, we know it's Monday night, July 10, and Amazon Prime 'Day' is technically July 11, but why limit the acquisition of stuff to just one day? The online retail giant's version of Black Friday officially kicked off tonight at 9 p.m. ET and will run for 30 hours.

If swiping and tapping is too much for you, voice shopping deals started two hours ago. Just asked your Alexa-compatible device, "Alexa, what are your deals?" You need to be an Amazon Prime member to shop the best deals, but you can sign up for a 30-day trial right now.

Deals on Amazon's own gadgets are a no-brainer, but you can also nab discounts on other electronics, smart home gadgets, fitness trackers, and other things Amazon believes you cannot live without. Check out a preliminary list of the best deals below; we'll update this story throughout Prime Day, so check back when you feel the urge to hand over your paycheck to Jeff Bezos. Happy Shopping!

Amazon Devices

Amazon's Element Amazon Fire TV 4K is just $399.99, down from $649.99. In PCMag's review, we gave it 3.5 stars, calling it a wallet-friendly way to get a connected 4K television. Check it out below.

The Amazon Fire 7 quad-core 7-inch tablet with 8GB of storage is just $29.99, down from $49.99. In our review, PCMag found it makes a good basic video player and color ebook reader, and is very easy to use. Check it out below. The 16GB Fire 7 Kids version with a two-year guarantee replacement is just $69.99, down from $99.99.

More Amazon Deals:

Amazon Services

Computers and Tablets


Home Improvement, Tools, Smart Home Devices

Home and Kitchen


Sports and Outdoor

Games and Toys

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