Father's Day 2019 Gifts On Amazon: $90 Smart TV, $30 Echo Dot And Many More Deals

Posted: Jun 11 2019, 12:37am CDT | by , in Technology News


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Father's Day 2019 Gifts on Amazon: $90 Smart TV, $30 Echo Dot and Many More Deals

Amazon cuts the prices of Amazon devices ahead of Father's Day.

Father's Day 2019 is on Sunday June 16. Enough time to place orders online at amazon.com. Amazon put almost all of its devices on sale ahead of Father's Day. You can get a Amazon Fire TV Edition Smart TV starting at $89.99. The Echo Dot is $29.99 and the all-new Kindle is $69.99. Amazon basically hosts an early Prime Day just for Father's Day.

If your Dad already has an Echo device, you can get him the new Echo Wall Clock for just $24.99. The Alexa Voice Remote for Amazon Echo is even more affordable priced at $19.99.

Find all Father's Day deals for Amazon's devices on this deals page.

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