Amazon's big Cyber Week 2020 sale is wrapping up, and it's likely that most of the remaining Amazon device deals will disappear today or over the weekend.

The sale currently still includes a whopping 39 different deals on Amazon devices and bundles.
Streaming media players from Amazon's best-selling Fire TV Stick lineup are still down to all-time lows, with prices starting at just $17.99.

Cyber Week 2020 is wrapping up, but there are still plenty of deep discounts available on so many best-selling products out there. You'll find countless great bargains available today at Amazon, from rare discounts on pandemic essentials like FDA-authorized Powecom KN95 masks, AccuMed KN95 masks that are the only FDA-authorized KN95 masks that come in black, and Purell hand sanitizer to $60 off our favorite Instant Pot, deep AirPods 2 discounts up to $50, best-selling SoundPEATS true wireless earbuds for only $20.99, and plenty more.

If you want the best of the best when it comes to deep discounts, however, look no further than Amazon's own devices.

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Head over to Amazon right now and you'll find 39 different deals on Amazon devices and bundles that are all available at all-time low prices. Examples include the all-new $50 4th-gen Echo Dot for $29.99, the $90 Echo Show 5 for just $44.99, and plenty more great deals. Most Amazon device deals from Black Friday and Cyber Monday are gone by now though, and even some of the devices that are still on sale don't have discounts quite as deep as they did earlier this week.

Of course, it should go without saying that the most popular deals will be on Amazon's Fire TV device lineup, and we're going to showcase them right here. And thankfully, all three of Amazon's Fire TV dongles are still down to the lowest prices of the year.

Starting things off is the brand new Fire TV Stick Lite that retails for $30. It's exactly the same as the regular Fire TV Stick, but it comes with an Alexa voice remote that doesn't include buttons to control your TV. That's hardly a big deal, especially when you can get this awesome streaming media player right now for just $17.99.

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Upgrading to the regular Fire TV Stick with the better remote only costs $27.99, but you're nuts if you buy one. In fact, this very well could be the absolute worst Cyber Week deal on Amazon's entire website. Why, you ask? Because the Fire TV Stick 4K with support for HDR content and 4K streaming is on sale for just $2 more!

If you don't get the 4K model instead, you're crazy.

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Amazon's $120 Fire TV Cube that's basically a Fire TV Stick 4K combined with an Echo Dot is down to $79.99 for Cyber Week, and Fire TV Edition smart TVs start at $129.99. Since so many Amazon Cyber Week device deals have already disappeared, however, it's a safe bet that the rest of these awesome bargains won't be far behind.

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