Amazon is blowing out certified refurbished devices with up to 33% off for a limited time

Amazon makes a ton of excellent devices these days, from its Echo line of smart speakers to Fire tablets, Kindle e-readers and smart home tech like Ring Video Doorbells. Kitting out your whole home can be an expensive endeavour, though, but not if you're smart and throw the occasional refurbished device into your setup. Amazon's refurbs are the best to buy because they are inspected and tested by Amazon technicians so that they look and work like new, and the company backs them up with a full 1-year warranty so there's nothing to lose. Right now, Amazon is making its refurb products even more tempting by offering limited-time savings across a whole range of devices. You can save up to 33%, but you have to act fast to get your orders in before the deals expire.

The promotion is comprised of a few offers. The first is limited to 24 hours and entitles you to 25% off refurbished devices when you buy two or more. The sale includes the Fire 7 tablet, Kindle Oasis, Echo Dot, Fire TV Stick, Ring Video Doorbell 2, and much more. You can mix and match qualifying devices and your discount will be reflected at checkout.

There's also a 4-day sale offering up to 33% off certified refurbished devices. The Amazon Echo drops down to $60, the Fire TV Stick 4K is just $30, a Fire HD 8 tablet is $20 off, among many other discounts. Amazon Prime members can save an extra 10% on select refurbished devices, too. Because these offers can be stacked, if you buy something that already has a discount applied, you'll still get your additional 10% savings on top of that if you have Prime. Prime members can also save 10% on select Amazon devices at Amazon Warehouse.

Whether you're already all-in on Alexa or just looking to add a couple of smart devices to your home, these limited-time discounts make it really affordable to do so. Check out the entire promotion for all of the offers.

Adam Oram

Adam Oram is a Senior Writer at iMore. He studied Media at Newcastle University and has been writing about technology since 2013. He previously worked as an Apple Genius and as a Deals Editor at Thrifter. His spare time is spent watching football (both kinds), playing Pokémon games, and eating vegan food. Follow him on Twitter at @adamoram.