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Best Prime Day 2020 deals for less than $50: Save $30 on Amazon Echo Auto, $25 Blink Mini Camera and more – CNET


This story is part of Amazon Prime Day, CNET’s guide on everything you need to know and how to make sure you get the best deal.

Amazon Prime Day runs Oct. 13 and 14, but some sales are available now — and there are great options under $50, like the $25 Blink Mini, the $20 Echo Auto and more. I’ll be updating this page regularly as new deals come in, so check this space for the best and most affordable sales this Prime Day. 

Read more: All of the best Prime Day deals

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Here’s everything that’s on sale now for Prime Day 2020.

Smart home deals

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The Amazon Echo Auto brings Alexa into your car. Usually priced at $50, the Echo Auto costs just 20 bucks during Prime Day. Like other Alexa speakers, the Echo Auto lets you play music, place calls and much more. 

Read the article.

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The Echo Show 5 is Amazon’s $90 smart display. But during Prime Day, this small display is half-priced at just $45. Like other Amazon smart displays, this model works with the Alexa voice assistant to answer your questions about the weather, display a compatible security camera’s live feed and more.

Read the review.

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The Blink Mini is one of the Amazon brand’s newer indoor security cameras — and it typically costs $35. Now, with a $10 discount, you can snag one for just $25. It’s similar to the Wyze Cam Indoor, but doesn’t have free cloud storage. 

Read the review.

Streaming deals

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Roku’s entry-level streamer is basically the Premiere, but without the ability to handle 4K HDR content. At just $22, it’s still a capable option for getting the latest 1080p streaming channels on to older TVs. That’s $8 less than the new Fire Stick Lite is currently selling for.

Read our Roku Express (2019) review.

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This stepdown to the Streaming Stick Plus is a minibox rather than a stick, and it loses the TV power/volume controls on the remote. But it otherwise pumps out the same 4K HDR picture quality and channel selection as the Streaming Stick Plus.

Read our Roku Premiere review.

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If you can buy one streamer in Roku’s line, this is it. The tiny stick pops into the back of any HDMI-equipped TV, and it can stream nearly every online channel at resolutions up to 4K and with HDR support. The included remote controls your TV’s volume and power, too. If you want to retrofit any older TV to be a streaming powerhouse, the Roku Streaming Stick Plus is a no-brainer.

Read our Roku Streaming Stick Plus review.


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