One last hurrah for impulse shopping!
Yesterday was the first of the huge two-day Amazon Prime event that saw some amazing products sold at fantastic prices. With one final day left, let’s look at some of the products you could snatch up today.
Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K
The Amazon Fire TV Stick normally sells for $44.99, but today it can be purchased for $24.99. This 4K and HDR-ready media streamer is comparable to Roku’s Streaming Stick with better voice search and Dolby Vision HDR. This is a great value and one that you shouldn’t pass up on!
12-month Sony PlayStation Plus Subscription
A 12-month subscription typically sells for $59.99, but during Prime Day, you can purchase it for $39.99. This is essential for just about every PlayStation 4 owner. You can add this deal on top of a subscription if you already have one. It would be a great time to take advantage of the $20.00 discount.
Asus Chromebook Flip C434TA
Normally selling for $570, the Asus Chromebook Flip can be purchased for $490. This has been ranked as the top Chromebook by many editors. It has great battery-life, and a quality keyboard and trackpad. This is also the cheapest deal that has been seen on this kind of a Chromebook. With school starting back up in another month, this might be the perfect time to take advantage of this deal.
OXO on Barista Brain 9 Cup Coffee Maker
For the deal price of $140, you will save $50 compared to purchasing it on any other day. Ranked as one of the best coffee makers around, the Barista Brain is an extremely stylish number that pours very easily and keeps the coffee hot for hours. A full pot of coffee can be made in just under 7 minutes. For all you java lovers, this is a can’t miss!
Motorola Moto G7
Normally sold for $280, the Motorola Moto G7 phone can be purchased for just $200 today. One of the best and most underrated Android phones, the Moto G7 has fast performance and works on all available networks. It is more compact than competitors but comes with a larger 6.2-inch 1080p display. For $80 off, how can you go wrong?