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Amazon’s Prime Big Deals Day sale has begun, and the online retailer is offering discounts on a wide range of mobile and household tech gadgets during the sale, which runs from October 10 through October 11th.

That includes deals on laptops, tablets, mini PCs, wireless audio devices, and more. And, as always, some of the best deals are for Amazon’s own devices and services including Fire tablets, Fire TV devices, and Kindle and Echo products, as well as digital deals – you can score up to 4 months of Amazon Music Unlimited for free, and if you buy a new Fire TV device, you get a 6-month MGM+ subscription for free.

The entire Amazon Fire tablet lineup is on sale for discounted prices through October 11, 2023.

Here are some of the best Prime Big Deals Day bargains I could find so far. I’ll be updating this list as the sale continues.

Just keep in mind that many (but not all) deals require an Amazon Prime membership. Don’t have one? You can sign up for a 30-day free trial and cancel before you’re charged.

Amazon devices

Fire Tablet deals

One thing to keep in mind about these tablets is that they all ship with Amazon’s Android-based operating system called Fire OS. That means they ship with Amazon’s custom user interface and the Amazon Appstore rather than stock Android software and the Google Play Store.

But it’s possible to sideload the Google Play Store on all Amazon tablets, including the Fire Max 11, which is the newest and most powerful tablet in Amazon’s lineup.

And if you don’t want to go through the trouble, you can also allow installation of apps from unknown sources and just download the apps you’re looking for from sources other than the Google Play Store.  

Fire TV deals

Kindle deals

eero deals

Other Amazon devices

Downloads & Streaming

Other devices

Windows Laptops & 2-in-1s



Mini PCs

Intel Alder Lake-N (Intel N95)

Intel Alder Lake-N (Intel N100)

Intel Core i5 (12th and 13th-gen)

Intel Core i7 (12th and 13th-gen)

AMD Ryzen 5000U

AMD Ryzen 6000U/H

AMD Ryzen 7035HS

AMD Ryzen 7040HS


Android Tablets



True Wireless Earbuds

True wireless earbuds (noise-cancelling)

Over Ear Headphones

Bluetooth speakers

Media Streamers

USB-C docks & hubs

Charging accessories


Other devices & accessories

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  1. I don’t understand why they’re bothering to call this a Prime Day event…I have well over 100 items on watchlists. Almost every item isn’t on sale. I think maybe half a dozen? And of those…the sale price isn’t the sale price if you catch my drift. A bunch of lies really. I guess they take us for idiots?

    I think one Prime event a year is enough…

    1. Wait until you see their sales figures for these two days. I think then you’ll agree, we ARE idiots!

    2. What? You don’t find a $227 electric toothbrush appealing? 😉

      I have a few much less expensive models on my wishlist, but nothing.

    1. It’s just affiliate links. Time for a cash injection into the site. In all fairness, I’m sure there are better deals on Amazon, you just have to find them.

      I’m sure I’m hated for pointing this out, but truth is truth. I don’t blame anyone for trying to fund their site and keep it going. But I’m just saying, these links might be a very small portion of the deals that’s really available at Amazon or elsewhere.

      Everytime I see an affiliate link — anywhere, not just here — I bother to take the time and research the product in question and get to the website directly without an affiliate link. Sorry, it’s just how I operate.