Amazon’s massive Kasa smart home sale has deeper discounts than Prime Day
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It’s pretty crazy that Prime Day 2021 has been over for several weeks now. Why? Because so many of Prime Day’s best deals are still available right now. One great example is the Echo Auto, which adds hands-free Alexa to any car. It retails for $50 but you can snag one for only $19.99 if you pick up a refurb before they sell out. That deal is wild! You can also score huge discounts on every AirPods model, or a $600 YABER Pro V7 home theater projector for just $229.99. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
No one would ever question how good those deals are, and every single Prime member out there should take advantage. As a matter of fact, you should take advantage even if you’re not a Prime member. Now that Prime Day is long gone, most of those deals are available to everyone. But on top of all that, so many exciting new deals have hit Amazon’s site since Prime Day ended. One of the biggest sales you’ll find right now happens to be on a slew of products from a top name in the smart home market.
As we said, there are tons of fantastic lingering Prime Day deals out there already right now, and we’ve been covering them ever since Amazon wrapped up its big Prime Day sales event. Many of Amazon’s leftover Prime Day deals will pop up on this page, and new ones will be added constantly. But there are also thousands upon thousands of deals on Amazon right now that are available to everyone, not just Amazon Prime subscribers!
There’s one insanely popular brand that decided to put pretty much all of its most popular products on sale following Prime Day 2021 though, and we definitely needed to draw attention to it. Our readers go nuts over TP-Link’s Kasa lineup of smart home gadgets and gizmos. And right now you can save big on pretty much every single one of the company’s hottest devices. From smart plugs and smart light switches to smart LED light bulbs and more, you’ll find all of TP-Link’s hottest Kasa deals down below.
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