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Best Tech Deals are Here at Early Prime Day Deals Ahead of Amazon Prime Day 2022

These early deals are only for Prime members

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Best Tech Deals are Here at Early Prime Day Deals Ahead of Amazon Prime Day 2022
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The Amazon Prime Day 2022 is almost right in the corner which take place on July 12, 2022, and will conclude on July 13, 2022. However, Prime members can now access Early Prime Day Deals ahead of Prime Day 2022. Amazon Prime members now shop for early deals from select tech, home appliances, electronics as well as Amazon devices and so much more which you can access right now on Amazon.com/Primeday.

Before you access this Early Prime Day Deals with a great discount on select devices/products, you need a Prime membership to access the deal, without Prime membership you won’t see and buy products at a discounted price, so Join Prime at $14.99/month (or $139 annually), or Sign Up for the Amazon Prime Free Trial for 30-days, or if you’re a student the enjoy Prime Student for 6 months at no cost, then $7.49/month (or $69 annually) and that’s the half the price of standard Prime subscription.

Below, I’ve rounded up some of the best tech deals that I saw on Amazon Early Prime Day Deals.

Best Tech Deals at Early Prime Day Deals ahead of Prime Day 2022

Blink Video Doorbell

This is an Alexa-voice Assistant-enabled smart doorbell that lets you see who’s at your door and you can answer right from the mobile device with 1080p HD day and infrared night video and two-way audio. It comes with Blink Subscription Plan with a 30-day free trial, after it ends, you can then subscribe for just $3 per month per device or $10 per month for unlimited Blink devices on an account.

During the Prime early sale, Blink Video Doorbell is available at just $34.99 down from $49.99.

Amazon eero Pro 6E Tri-band Mesh Wi-Fi 6E Router

According to the Amazon website, Amazon eero Pro 6E tri-band mesh Wi-Fi 6E router can handle over 100 connected devices. It has connectivity in three bands: 2.4GHz, 5GHz and 6GHz bands — the eero Pro 6E is the company’s first Wi-Fi 6E system, which means it can access parts of the wireless spectrum that the FCC had previously restricted for Wi-Fi 6 systems. It can handle network speeds up to 2.3 gigabits per second: 1.3 gigabits per second for wireless devices and 1 gigabit per second for wired devices.

During the Prime-only sale, Amazon eero Pro 6E Tri-band Mesh Wi-Fi 6E Router goes on sale at just $179 for Prime members, it was originally available at $299.

Amazon Fire TV 55-Inch Omni Series 4K UHD Smart TV

This 55-inch 4K smart TV comes with the Fire TV platform built-in. It has an LED display and comes with support for HDR10, HLG and Dolby Digital Plus audio. The TV also includes hands-free voice control with Alexa and 3 HDMI inputs to connect more devices like gaming systems.

Prime members can get this Amazon Fire TV 55-Inch Omni Series 4K UHD Smart TV at just $299.99 during the early deals instead of $559.99.

Echo Frames

These prescription-ready glasses come with Alexa, so you can make calls, listen to music and even control your smart home devices, according to Amazon. The battery provides over 2 hours of talk time, media playback and Alexa use, as well as 4 hours of straight listening on a single charge, the brand says. If you don’t need a prescription, you can also opt for their UV400 polarized lenses or lenses that filter blue light. The frames also have IPX4 splash resistance.

Get this Amazon Echo Frames Smart audio Glasses with Alexa (Classic Black with prescription-ready frames) at just $99.99 for Prime members only, it was originally sold at $249.99.

Luna Controller

If you play games on Amazon’s gaming platform, Luna, the retailer has a controller specifically made for Luna games that work on several different devices. On compatible devices, you can connect the controller via the cloud — you can also play non-Luna games on certain devices with a Bluetooth or USB connection, Amazon says. The controller has voice control capabilities with Alexa and requires either two AA batteries or a USB-C cable.

Get Luna Controller for Amazon Luna Cloud Gaming at just $39.99 for Prime only, which was $69.99.

Amazon Basics 48-Foot LED Outdoor String Lights

This set of outdoor string lights features 16 LED bulbs on a 48-foot-long cord. According to Amazon, the bulbs have a life of 15,000 hours, so they’ll last for 13.7 years if used for 3 hours per day. Based on that same 3-hour-per-day use, the brand says the lights cost just $1.93 per year to run.

Now just $34.07 for Prime, down from $61.49.

Amazon Fire TV 43-Inch 4-Series 4K UHD Smart TV

This 43-Inch smart TV comes with 4K resolution and the Fire TV platform for viewing streaming services. The TV uses and an LED display and, like the Omni Series TV we highlighted above, comes with support for HDR10, HLG and Dolby Digital Plus audio. It comes with three HDMI ports for connecting devices and an Alexa voice control remote.

Get this Amazon Fire TV 43-Inch 4-Series 4K UHD Smart TV at just $199.99 for Prime, down from $369.99.

Fire TV Gaming Bundle

This bundle includes the Luna Controller we highlighted above and the Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K, which you can use to watch TV shows and movies and stream your favorite games in 4K resolution. You can pair the Luna controller and Fire TV Stick 4K together via Bluetooth.

Prime members get this Fire TV Gaming Bundle including Fire TV Stick 4K and Luna Controller at just $89.98 which was previously sold at $119.98. Or, take Fire TV Gaming Bundle with Fire TV Stick 4K Max and Luna Controller for just $94.98, which was $124.98.

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