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Of course, not all the action happened at Amazon. Late yesterday, for example, MassGenie rolled out the top-rated Sony WH-1000XM3 noise-canceling headphones for an all-time low $239.99. Alas, they're now sold out at that price.
Many, if not most, Prime Day deals are gone as well. But there are a few stragglers, including some solid discounts on Apple products and ongoing Google Home and Nest deals at Walmart. We've rounded up others below.
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Pro tip: If you're shopping for any Amazon-branded devices today, click through TopCashback first. The cash-back service is still offering an 8% rebate on those devices. So your cost on something like the second-gen Echo smart speaker, currently $70? About $64 after rebate.
Here's what's left:
The Amazon Echo (second-gen) for $70: That's not as good as its Prime Day low of $50, but it's still $30 off the regular price. However, we expect a newer, possibly bigger Echo to be introduced soon, meaning prices on this model will undoubtedly dip again.
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The Amazon Echo Dot (third-gen) for $25: Though out of stock for about a week and priced at just $22 during Prime Day, the Dot is still available for a full 50% off the regular price.
The refurbished Kindle Paperwhite (first-gen) for $25: Whoa! That's actually a latecomer to the Prime Day party, but because it's from Amazon-owned Woot, it seemed worthwhile to mention here. And you can get the Wi-Fi + 3G model for just $5 more.
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Although most of the Amazon gear deals have ended, a number of third-party deals remain. Take a look!
We've seen the entry-level iPad at this price before ($250), but it's about the lowest it gets. The 128GB...
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