Amazon has officially kicked off its Seven Days of Black Friday event this morning with a host of deals on Fire tablets, Echo speakers, and more. Free shipping is available across the board on these offers. Leading the way is Amazon’s Fire Tablets, including the new HD 10 which is marked down to $100 (Reg. $150). This full-featured tablet delivers a 10-inch HD display, access to Amazon’s library of content, and much more. You can pick up the Kids version, which ships with an extra warranty, special casing, and other features for $150 (Reg. $200). Amazon’s HD 7 and 8 Kids Tablets are also on sale for $70 and $90, respectively. That’s good for around 30% off the regular going rate. The entire Fire lineup has solid ratings across the board.
Jumping over to Echo devices, you can currently grab
three Echo Dots for $69.97. Simply add three to your cart and see the total fall from $150. There’s also the certified refurbished second generation Echo for $59.99 (Reg. $80). Ships with a one-year warranty.
There’s also two Echo Shows on sale for $340 ($460 value) and two Echo Spots discounted to $160 ($260 value). Add two to your cart to lock-in these savings. Amazon’s Echo line is consistently rated 4+ stars.
Update 11/16 @ 1:26 PM: Today only, Woot is offering the Amazon Echo Dot 2nd Gen in Used – good condition for $14.99 Prime shipped. Non-Prime members will have a $6 charge added for delivery. Originally $50, this matches our last mention and is the best way to get into the Echo ecosystem for Alexa-exclusive deals. A 90-day warranty is included with purchase.
Amazon Fire HD 10 features:
Fire HD 10 features a brilliant 10.1” 1080p Full HD display (1920 x 1200) with over 2 million pixels (224 ppi). Enjoy widescreen movies, videos, and games with wide viewing angles, less glare, and more brightness thanks to a stunning IPS (in-plane-switching) LCD display. Our largest display, now with over 2 million pixels, stereo speakers, Dolby Audio, and dual-band 802.11ac Wi-Fi—perfect for watching Full HD video, playing games, reading magazines, and streaming content seamlessly