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Amazon is marking down prices on a lot of its first-party devices this week. That means you can pick up an Amazon Fire TV Cube for $80 or a Fire TV Stick for $30. A 3-pack of Fire HD 8 tablets will set you back just $180 (which comes to $60 each). And you can grab a 3-pack of Amazon Echo Dot smart speakers for just $70 ($23.33 each).

And that’s just the tip of the iceberg.

Meanwhile, Amazon is also running a 1-day sale on SanDisk and WD storage, including one of the best prices I’ve seen for a 256GB microSDXC card.

Here are some of the day’s best deals.


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One reply on “Daily Deals (4-15-2019)”

  1. Those $10 QCY Bluetooth 4.1 headphones are known globally as the “Xiaomi QCY QY19 Phantom”. Yes, it seems QCY is a Xiaomi brand (there are many, but they’re all still Xiaomi). These headphones sell in S/SE Asia for as low as $15 street price (plus tax). So the Newegg deal for $10 (including FREE 3-day CONUS shipping) is pretty attractive. Xiaomi is a good brand in my experience and these particular headphones get fairly good reviews, especially given the price. I like that they come equipped with Qualcomm’s QVC 6.0 active noise cancellation. On the down side I see reviewers claiming around 4-5 hours battery life in typical use. But then again these phones are supposedly really thin and light. Heck – for ten bucks, free shipping, and given the fact that I’ve had good luck with other Xiaomi stuff, I pulled the trigger on one pair. Hopefully they’ll be a big step-up from the $5 Five-Below BT headphones I’m using now for podcasts when running around (they’re actually not terrible). Thanks for the link Brad, David

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