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Amazon is running a bunch of device deals ahead of Valentine’s Day… which may seem like a weird excuse for picking up a $20 Amazon Echo Input or a $100 Kindle Paperwhite. But there are some deals on multi-packs, so you can pick up a Fire TV Stick 4K 2-pack for $85 and have one for you and your sweetheart… or something.
Here are some of the day’s best deals.
Amazon Fire TV devices
- Amazon Fire TV Stick w/Voice remote (previous-gen remote) for $15 – Daily Steals (via Facebook Marketplace)
- Amazon Fire TV 4K 2-pack for $85 – Amazon
- Amazon Fire TV Recast + Fire TV Stick 4K + HD antenna for $250 – Amazon
Amazon Echo devices
- Amazon Echo Input for $20 – Amazon
- Amazon Echo Dot Kids Edition for $35 – Amazon
- Amazon Echo (2nd-gen) for $70 – Amazon
- Amazon Echo Plus (2nd-gen) for $120 – Amazon
- Amazon Echo Spot for $100 – Amazon
- Amazon Echo Show (2nd-gen) for $180 – Amazon (optional: free smart bulb)
Amazon Kindle eReaders and Fire tablets
- Amazon Kindle Paperwhite for $100 – Amazon
- Refurb Amazon Kindle eReaders for $25 and up – Woot
- Amazon Fire 7 tablet 3-pack for $110 – Amazon
- Amazon Fire HD 8 tablet 3-pack for $180 – Amazon
- Amazon Fire HD 10 3-pack for $330 – Amazon
Notebooks and tablets
- Lenovo IdeaPad 330s 14″ laptop w/Core i7-8550U/8GB/512GB for $700 – Newegg
- Samsung Chromebook Plus v2 12.2″ convertible w/Celeron 3965Y/4GB/32GB for $300 – Samsung
- Refurb iPad mini (4th-gen) for $250 and up – Woot
- Tenda Nova MW6 mesh WiFi router 2-pack for $95 – Newegg
- Insignia wireless noise-cancelling earbuds with neckband for $35 – Best Buy
- 5 Black Panther (and Shuri) digital comics for free – Marvel (coupon: FOREVER)
- Name our price for $333 worth of Spawn digital comics – Humble Bundle
- Name your price for $1348 worth of tools for learning to code – Humble Bundle
Not sure why I’d buy a refurb ipad mini 4th gen for $250 and up when Amazon is selling latest ipad 9.7″ for $279 right now…
My use case comes to mind, an iPad mini will fit great as a dash infotainment (i.e. much better then CarPlay……well CarPlay) device in most double DIN capable mounts (they make several aftermarket kits to do so and it looks EXTREMELY clean), for any of the larger devices you’d need a huge dashboard area like a Hummer or something otherwise it would look really out of place
Samsung Chromebook link is the same link as the refurb iPad mini.
Whoops, it should be working now, but here it is just in case:
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