Amazon Starts Prime Day Early With $100 Off Echo Show, Discounted Music & More

Advertisement
Advertisement

Amazon's Prime Day may not start for a couple of weeks, but that's not keeping Amazon from offering up some Prime Day deals ahead of the big event. Starting today, Prime members can pick up a slew of great deals on different items. This includes the Echo Show which is $100 off, coming in at $129. This brings it down to its all-time lowest price, and by a good margin. The Echo Show is a speaker that has a 7-inch display, so it's great for doing hands-free calling and video calling, not to mention it has Alexa inside as well.

On top of the Echo Show, Prime members can get four months of Amazon Music Unlimited for just $0.99. That's a great deal, as you're essentially paying a quarter per month here. Versus around $9.99 per month for many other services. Music Unlimited has tens of millions of songs available, and you can also stream on your Echo devices. Amazon is also discounting Kindle Unlimited, so you can get three months of unlimited reading for just $0.99. And, as an extra incentive, if you buy your first Kindle book, you can get a $10 Prime Day credit, that will be available for eBooks, printed books and on Audible. Speaking of Audible, Amazon is also allowing Prime members to sign up for Audible for just $4.95 per month for the first three months. That's good for $65-percent off of its regular price.

Amazon is also discounting many popular movies and TV shows on Prime Video, DVDs and Blu-Ray, as well as discounting a number of AmazonBasics products, which are up to 20-percent off. So if you're looking to start saving before Prime Day, now is definitely the time to do so. There's plenty of great deals on sale right now, and Amazon will likely launch even more deals before Prime Day actually gets started in about two weeks.

Advertisement