It’s Amazon Prime Day, AKA Christmas in July, which means your credit card activity is going to go up and your productivity is likely to go down. But with all the great savings to score, we don’t blame you. If you don’t already have Amazon Prime, it’s worth signing up (even if it’s just for the 30-Day Free Trial) to jump on these great deals. Here are the tech gadgets worth picking up, and check out all the deals here.

1. Kindle Paperwhite ($80, $40 off): Get through your To Be Read list with a lightweight e-reader that can store your whole library and has a built-in light to keep up with you, day or night.

2. Bose QuietComfort 25 Acoustic Noise Cancelling Headphones ($125, originally $300): These headphones have great sound quality and feel like pillows on your ears. Plus they’ll drown out background noise if you need to tune out on a long commute or in a noisy office.

3. Echo Spot ($100, $30 off): This small, Alexa-enabled device will be the smartest addition to any room in your house — play your favorite music, control your thermostat, order pizza, catch up on the news, or call your family.

4. Fire TV Stick with Alexa Voice Remote ($20, $20 off): Binge your favorite TV shows and movies across a number of streaming platforms whether you’re at home or on-the-go. The voice remote will let you search for new programs by barely lifting a finger.

5. Game of Thrones: The Complete Seasons 1-7 (BD + Digital) ($75, originally $230): Know more than Jon Snow; pick up every episode so far and catch up before the final season premieres next year.

6. Bose SoundLink Micro Bluetooth Speaker ($69, $30 off): This little speaker is waterproof, portable, and powerful — your new favorite travel essential.

7. LG Electronics 65UJ7700 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV ($650, originally $1,800): There’s no better time (or price) to upgrade your TV.

8. Xbox One S 1TB Console – Starter Bundle ($230, originally $295): Everything you need to enjoy streaming entertainment and video games all in one great bundle.

What deals are you grabbing on Amazon Prime Day? Share your tips with us @BritandCo.

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