$30 off the 8th-gen iPad and more

Cristopher Centers

Even with Amazon Prime Day right around the corner, there was no shortage of deals on the latest gadgets this week. Apple’s iPad Pro is $50 off right now and there’s a rare deal on Animal Crossing: New Horizons at Amazon and Walmart. For those waiting for the steep discounts […]

Even with Amazon Prime Day right around the corner, there was no shortage of deals on the latest gadgets this week. Apple’s iPad Pro is $50 off right now and there’s a rare deal on Animal Crossing: New Horizons at Amazon and Walmart. For those waiting for the steep discounts that typically come with Prime Day, you can already shop some deals now — mostly on Amazon devices and services. Just keep in mind that you’ll need a Prime membership to get the discounts. Here are the best deals we found this week that you can still get today.

iPad Pro

The 2020 iPad Pro is discounted to $749 on Amazon right now, which is $50 off its normal price and the lowest we’ve seen since July. This is the most advanced iPad you can get, featuring Apple’s A12Z Bionic chipset, an octa-core GPU, a new ultrawide camera and a LiDAR sensor. We gave the iPad Pro a score of 83 for its speedy performance, trackpad support and the newfound abilities in iPadOS that make it a more viable laptop replacement.

Buy 11-inch iPad Pro at Amazon – $749

Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Both Amazon and Walmart knocked $10 off the price of Animal Crossing: New Horizons and it’s the first discount we’ve seen on the Switch title in months. On both sites, you’ll have to add the game to your cart before you’ll see the sale price. It may seem like a small discount, but the last time it was on sale at all was in early April, right after its release. If you haven’t hopped on the Animal Crossing bandwagon yet, now’s the time to do so.

Buy Animal Crossing at Amazon – $50 Buy Animal Crossing at Walmart – $50

Echo Show 5 (early Prime Day deal)

Prime members can get the Echo Show 5, Amazon’s smart alarm clock of sorts, for $45 ahead of Prime Day. There’s also a bundle option that includes a Blink Mini camera for an extra $5, which is a great deal. We gave the Echo Show 5 a score of 85 thanks to its compact yet attractive design, good sound quality, physical camera shutter and its ambient light sensor and sunrise alarm.

Buy Echo Show 5 at Amazon – $45 Buy Echo Show 5 bundle at Amazon – $50

Echo Dot (early Prime Day deal)

3rd generation Amazon Echo Dot

If you’re willing to get the 3rd-generation Echo Dot rather than the new 4th-gen that was just announced, you can snag two of the tiny smart speakers for $20 each when using the code DOTPRIME2PK at checkout. The Echo Dot is one of the most discrete (and affordable) ways to add Alexa to any room in your home. Once installed, you can ask the Echo Dot to play music from a variety of streaming services, answer questions, set timers and alarms, and much more.

Buy Echo Dot (2-pack) at Amazon – $40

Kindle Essentials bundles (early Prime Day deal)

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