Amazon is discounting Echo and Fire devices for Black Friday

Tablets, smart speakers and security cameras are all on sale.

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You're probably familiar with the 12 days of Christmas, but how about the seven days of Black Friday? Amazon is getting the savings started early by cutting the prices on its own devices starting November 16th. The sale will run through Black Friday, November 23rd, and features some pretty steep discounts on Amazon's line of smart speakers, tablets and other devices.

Front and center during Amazon's week-long sale is its line of Echo devices. Here are all the discounts Amazon will be offering on its smart speakers:

Amazon is also offering steeper discounts on some Echo devices if you purchase two or three of them at once. You can also bundle the Amazon Smart Plug with any Echo Device for $5 more.

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If you're planning on cutting the cord soon, Amazon is also discounting its line of streaming devices and televisions with Fire TV built in:

  • Fire TV Stick 4K with all-new Alexa Voice Remote: $34.99 ($15 off)
  • Fire TV Cube with Far-Field Voice Control and 4K UHD/HDR: $59.99 ($60 off)
  • Fire TV Recast 500 GB with two tuners: $179.99 ($500)
  • Toshiba 32" 720p HD Smart TV - Fire TV Edition: $129.99 ($50 off)
  • Insignia 39" 1080p Full HD Smart TV - Fire TV Edition: $189.99 ($60 off)
  • Toshiba 50" 4K Ultra HD Smart TV - Fire TV Edition: $299.99 ($100 off)

They may seem like a bit of an afterthought at this point, but Amazon has a deep bench of tablets available, and most of them will be on sale during the extended Black Friday sale:

Amazon is also showing off a couple companies it has acquired over the years. Security cameras from Blink and Ring are both on sale:

Amazon's week-long Black Friday sale will include a whole bunch of other products as well. Just check the Black Friday page on Amazon's website for the full listings.

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