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Shopping bonanza Amazon Prime Day 2020 is now officially over, but a few products remain at marked-down prices. The two-day shopping event offered a huge selection of great deals and officially ended last night at midnight PT. To help you keep track of remaining discounts, we’ve pulled some the most notable deals we’re seeing at Amazon Canada.
Note that prices and availability were accurate at the time of this update, but are subject to change. As more deals become available, we’ll update this story.
As in the US, Amazon’s smallest Echo display device is still available at a discount, even post-Prime Day.
Read our Echo Show 5 review.
The bigger Echo Show still has a significant discount, even now that Prime Day is over. Save CA$55 on the series 8.
Read our Echo Show 8 review.
This isn’t the fancy new spherical Echo Dot that was just announced for 2020. But the 2018 Echo Dot “puck” handles the same voice assistant basics and doubles as a perfectly capable Bluetooth speaker, and it’s still featured at a reduced price.
Read our Echo Dot review.
Prime Day Canada deals no longer available
These deals were available earlier, but have either sold out or the prices have gone up. We’re including them here in case more inventory becomes available at the original sale price.
Normally running about CA$150, you can get nearly 30% off the Fire TV Cube with hands-free control via Alexa Voice Remote. The Cube also comes with 16GB of storage.
Prices for the Eufy Security wireless video doorbell have been dropping steadily since March, but are bottoming out for Prime Day with a 30% cut from their summer price of CA$330. If you’re looking for a cost-conscious competitor to Ring and other wireless doorbell systems with a monthly cost, the battery-powered Eufy Security comes with no monthly fee and could be just the deal for you.
D-Link’s mydlink outdoor Wi-Fi camera hasn’t been this inexpensive since July. The Alexa-compatible camera offers 360 degrees of HD pan and tilt views, along with 5M night vision, automatic motion tracking and the option to record video to either cloud or local microSD storage. It’s recently been hovering at CA$80, but you’ve got until Thursday to pick it up for just CA$50.
With its glare-proof screen and waterproof body, the Paperwhite is the best value in Amazon’s e-reader line, especially when you can get it at a discount. Starting Tuesday, it drops to its best-ever price of CA$105.
Samsung’s 40-inch LED Smart TV is seeing a sharp Prime Day price cut. The cost of the 1080p-resolution TV has recently fluctuated between CA$350 and CA$400, but you can snag it today for about 20% less.
While the K-Mini has dropped a little in price since its peak of CA$90 in September, coffee lovers can snap one up today for nearly 50% off it’s recent going rate. The single-serving deal is set to expire Wednesday.
With light- and slow-cooking settings, the 1,800-watt Breville BOV845BSS Smart Oven Pro boasts an Element IQ that controls heating elements with 10 preset functions. Conveniently, the oven’s slow cook function will switch to Keep Warm for up to two hours automatically. Note that the price on this model has dropped to CA$250 in the past, but the current price is the lowest it’s been since March. Read our review of the Breville Smart Oven Pro’s predecessor.
The TP-Link Home Mesh Wi-Fi System covers up to 7,000 square feet and is capable of up to 3Gbps in speed. The system allows you to connect up to 150 devices on a single unified Wi-Fi 6 home network. On the security front, the device system comes with WPA3 encryption, parental controls, and antivirus protection. Read our earlier coverage of TP-Link’s latest Deco mesh routers.