Father’s Day is just around the corner, and whether you’re planning to buy a Kindle for your dad or for yourself, that means you’ve just got one more day to place an order for one of the Amazon devices on sale for the holiday.

Amazon continues to offer $20 off the price of select Kindle devices, $10 off the price of an Echo Dot, and $40 off the price of an Echo. And the company is also offering a discount on previous-gen Fire HD 8 tablets.

Here are some of the day’s best deals.

Amazon devices

Computers

PC and smartphone accessories

You can find more bargains in our daily deals section.

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3 replies on “Deals of the Day (6-16-2017)”

  1. Can’t wait for prime week next month. We get to work 60 hours (normally 29 because Amazon doesn’t care about its employees having a living wage), and I’ve been wanting a Paperwhite.

    1. I suspect it has more to do with the ill-conceived (and now gradually imploding) Obamacare mandate requiring employers to provide health care coverage to employees working an average of 30 hours or more per week than not caring about you having a ‘living wage’ (whatever that is…)
      Are you indentured to Amazon or something? If you’re so dissatisfied with the terms of your employment there then find a job that will pay you the ‘living wage’ to which you obviously feel you are entitled. After all, the same people that brought us Obamacare (if you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor, remember…) have been telling us for years now that the unemployment rate is below 5% so you shouldn’t have any trouble finding another job.

      1. You might be right about the health insurance angle, but a company like Amazon needs to have excess capacity because orders don’t come in equally through the year.

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