Amazon has up to 57% off Echo, Ring and Kindle in Australia

Score a $99 Amazon Echo Plus, $124 Kindle (10th Gen), $129 Ring Door View Cam and more.

Brodie Fogg
Editorial Lead
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Published on September 03, 2020
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While eBay celebrates its 21st birthday with 21 days of deals, Amazon has kicked off a smaller sale on its range of Echo, Ring, and Kindle products that runs from now until Wednesday, 9 September at 11:59 pm AEST.

It’s a good opportunity to score a cheap Echo Plus for $99, or a 10th generation Kindle e-reader for $124, but we’ve got our eye on the Ring Home Security deals. Amazon’s range of Ring video doorbells is discounted up to 57% off, with products ranging from $129 to $399.

If you’ve been toying with the idea of an entry-level video doorbell, Amazon’s $299 Ring Door View Cam is selling for $129 during Amazon’s sale.

Here’s the full list of Amazon’s Echo, Ring, and Kindle deals.

Every Echo deal in Amazon's sale
Product
Regular price
Discounted price

Echo Plus (2nd Gen)

$229

$99

Echo Studio

$329

$279

Echo Sub

$199

$149

Echo Link

$299

$199

Echo Auto

$79

$59

Echo Dot (3rd Gen)

$79

$49

Echo Dot with Clock

$99

$69

Echo Show

$349

$249

Kindle (10th Gen)

$139

$124

Kindle Paperwhite 8GB WiFi

$199

$179

Kindle Paperwhite 32GB WiFi

$249

$219

Kindle Paperwhite 32GB WiFi + 4G

$369

$329

Ring Video Doorbell 3 Plus

$369

$279

Ring Door View Cam

$299

$129

Ring Video Doorbell Pro + Chime Pro

$399

$299

Ring Video Doorbell 3

$329

$249

Ring Video Doorbell Elite

$499

$399

Do I need Amazon Prime?

No. This sale is available to everyone, but there are still more than a few perks Prime members can take advantage of, like free expedited delivery, early access to Prime-eligible lightning deals, and discounts on delivery.

On top of that, the  $6.99 per month Prime subscription gets you access to Prime Video (Amazon’s version of Netflix), Prime Reading (a monthly selection of e-books), Prime Music (Amazon’s Spotify), and Prime Gaming, a service with free monthly video games and in-game bonuses.

It’s a pretty sweet package and there’s a 30-day free trial if you want to take it for a spin. Its value proposition also becomes crystal clear when you compare it to eBay Plus, a membership with similar shopping perks, but none of the additional bonuses.

If you do take Amazon Prime for a spin, be sure to check out our monthly round-up of the best movies available on the service, and the best Prime Video TV series to binge.

Brodie Fogg
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Brodie Fogg
Brodie Fogg is the Australian editorial lead at Reviews.org. He has covered consumer tech, telecommunications, video games, streaming and entertainment for over five years at websites like WhistleOut and Finder and can be found sharing streaming recommendations at 7NEWS every month.

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