Tech-deal alert: We found incredible sales on Amazon devices — Fire Sticks, earbuds and more

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Amazon's offering remarkable markdowns on some of their best tech (Photo: Amazon)
Amazon's offering remarkable markdowns on some of its best tech. (Photo: Amazon)

Did you know Amazon saves some of its best sales for its own in-house items? It's true!

If you're in the market for smart-home devices, tablets, TVs and more, don't forget to check out Amazon's collection of self-branded tech. Everyone knows about the Kindle and Fire Stick, but Amazon has everything from Wi-Fi range extenders to batteries and even cameras, all at incredible prices you won't find anywhere else.

So what’s on sale? Here's a taste: All New Amazon Echo Buds for just $90 — a sweet $30 off.

And Amazon will give you free shipping too. But if you have Amazon Prime, you’ll get so much more — from access to new movies and TV shows, discounts at Whole Foods, exclusive sales and two-day shipping on many, many items. Not yet a member? Let's fix that: You can sign up for a free 30-day trial here. (Of course, even those without Prime get free shipping on orders of $25 or more).

Check out our favorite finds below, and shop the best of Amazon devices here.

Save 33 percent: Echo Show 8 (1st Gen)

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Quite the "Show"-y deal: Save 33 percent on this Echo device. (Photo: Amazon)

Maybe you have a smart device that wakes you up with an alarm every morning, but can it display the day's weather forecast? Maybe your smart device can read you recipes, but can it show you step-by-step video instructions? And maybe it can place a call to a friend, but can it offer a hands-free video chat?

The Echo Show can do all that and more. Offering all the functionality you've come to expect from Amazon Alexa-empowered devices, with the addition of an 8-inch HD screen and a crisp full sound, the Echo Show is perfect for watching videos and making calls. In short, it's the perfect bedside clock and photo frame. It will even display lyrics on screen with Amazon Music, for a little impromptu karaoke. Right now, you can grab the Echo Show 8 (1st Gen) for just $70, a whopping 33 percent off the original price.

Don't be worried about the "refurbished" tag, either. The smart-home device was rigorously tested and is just like new. It even comes with the same warranty as a brand-new device.

"I LOVE my Echo Show!" a shopper shared. "It is the perfect addition to my kitchen. I am able to look up recipes, listen to music while cooking/cleaning and set up daily reminders and schedules with ease."

$70 $105 at Amazon

Save 25 percent: All New Amazon Echo Buds

Immerse yourself in music in even the loudest surroundings (Photo: Amazon)
Immerse yourself in music — even the loudest surroundings. (Photo: Amazon)

Since 2008, we've watched Iron Man have his trusty AI Jarvis (and later Friday) in his ear at all times, giving him crucial information and allowing him to control all his devices from wherever he is in the world. While Amazon hasn't cracked the code on how to make its own arc reactor or Mark V just yet, now you can have a digital assistant of your own with the All New Amazon Echo Buds. These advanced wireless earbuds offer all the functionality of noise-canceling headphones, with built in mics not just for phone calls or amplified sound, but to interact with Alexa in order to set reminders and even control your devices like smart bulbs and Roombas.

The Echo Buds come in either black or white, and work with other operating systems like iOS and Android. They'll even offer consistent playback for up to five hours on a single charge! Best of all, the Echo Buds have multiple layers of privacy controls, and give you the ability to mute the built-in mics at any time.

One music-loving five-star reviewer made sure to put the Echo Buds to the test, saying "The audio playback is excellent. Experimented with some heavy metal and classical, and the sounds were great. Even the classics like Sinatra sounded great, with the vocals loud and clear."

$90 $120 at Amazon

Save 20 percent: Fire TV Stick 4K

Your favorite films, shows and more, all in 4K. (Photo: Amazon)
Your favorite films, shows and more, all in 4K. (Photo: Amazon)

One thing the last year absolutely solidified is that we are truly and fully in the age of streaming. Netflix movies are winning Oscars, Amazon has racked up plenty of Emmys and we all passed the time watching Tiger King, The Queen's Gambit and, these days, a plucky AFC Richmond coach on Ted Lasso.

Have you been feeling left out in the cold because your current picture quality just not up to snuff? There's never been a better time to upgrade! The beloved Amazon Fire Stick 4K can give you access to all of the best films, television and live events (subscriptions may apply) all in the crispest high-quality picture and sound quality. 

"I received the Fire TV Stick 4K on launch day. I own the previous model and this is a much better experience," said one long-time Fire Stick owner. "First off, the remote is a huge improvement. The power button on the remote can turn on my TV, receiver and Fire Stick, and I can switch the inputs automatically so the Fire Stick is on screen and ready to go with just one click of the power button. It's really nice." The shopper added: "It's faster than previous Fire Sticks. No more menu lag. Things are smoother and faster overall."

$40 $50 at Amazon

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