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Best Prime Day deals for $25 or less: Echo Dot 4th gen with smart bulb, Fire Stick 4K and more (Update: Expired)

Day Two of Amazon's biggest sale of the year is today -- here are some of the lowest deals we're seeing now.

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Editor's note, June 23: Prime Day has officially ended at Amazon, but Walmart's sale continues throughout Wednesday. Check out the best Prime Day deals still available, and some other favorite Prime Day deals that are hanging on.


Amazon Prime Day is happening now, but many of these deals are likely to end by tomorrow. In light of that, some of these deals have prices at an all-time low. We've gathered a list of our favorite deals under $25, including plenty of Echo and Fire TV deals. Some of these deals were originally for those with Prime memberships, but now have opened to everyone.

We'll add new items as new deals emerge during Prime Day 2021.

Prime Day deals now $25 or less

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In the market for a new Fire TV Stick? Prime Day is the day the Fire TV Stick 4K returns to its all-time low price of $25. The remote has Alexa built in so you can easily ask it to open Hulu, Disney Plus, Netflix and tons of other streaming services.

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The latest Echo Dot is a solid little spherical smart speaker. But as CNET's David Priest said in his review, wait for a sale. That sale is here, chopping its price in half -- and it comes with a free smart bulb. 

Read our Echo Dot 4th Gen review.

 

The Lite only supports 1080p resolution but oddly it does support HDR, which is fairly uncommon on full-HD TVs. Still, Amazon does include an Alexa-powered voice remote to help you track down your next binge watch with ease. 

Read our Fire Stick Lite review.

 

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Amazon's cheapest security cam is now cheaper, at least for the moment. The 1080p camera does just enough to make it worthwhile including a live feed and motion alerts, but video storage costs extra. Hard to argue at $20, though.

Read our Blink Mini camera review.

 

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If you're looking to make your garage a bit smarter, now's your chance. Right now, the Chamberlain MyQ Smart Garage Door Opener is nearly 50% off. It's perfect for when you're on the go and need to give family access to your house -- and it's safer than leaving a key under a doormat. 

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Say goodbye to Wi-Fi dead zones. With the TP-Link RE 220, which CNET's Ry Crist has declared the best-value Wi-Fi extender of 2021, you can use up to 20 devices anywhere in your home. Amazon typically prices the extender at $30, but by grabbing it during this Prime Day sale, you can save $10.

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Take Alexa on the go with the Amazon Echo Auto, which has dropped significantly to a never-before-seen $15. The tiny, voice-controlled device attaches to your air vent and allows you to use your phone's calling and streaming capabilities without compromising your safety as you drive. Note that it does need to be connected to your phone's hotspot or your car's Wi-Fi.

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Never lose your wallet again when you've got the Tile Slim placed inside -- it's just 0.1 inch thick, making it better for wallets than the bulbous Apple AirTag. Using the Tile app, you can locate your Slim when it's within 200 feet -- it's also compatible with Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant and Siri.

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Thinking about making your home a little smarter? Now's your chance because the Kasa Smart Plug is $6 off. All you have to do is pair it with your Alexa or Google device and instantly begin controlling your appliances remotely -- or from your couch.

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Prefer pucks to spheres? Here's the Alexa smart speaker for you. The fabric-rimmed body certainly improved the overall look from prior models and its updated speakers improved audio quality, too. 

Read our Amazon Echo Dot 3rd Gen review.