Prime Early Access Sale: Best Halloween Tech Deals

Somehow October was creeping up on us and Halloween is just around the corner. Well, we don’t want to miss it and now that Prime Early Access Sale is here, now is the perfect time to check out what tech options we have to make the holidays better.


Whether you want to create a spooky atmosphere inside or outside your home, or play some spooky music, we’re here to help you find some cool products to make your Halloween better.


When is Prime Early Access Sale?

Amazon Runs Prime Early Access Sale on October 11 and 12, 2022, so you have two days to enjoy these exclusive Prime deals. This meant you had a Amazon Prime Subscription to access the deals in the first place. Fortunately, setting up a subscription is super easy and you get a free trial of one month.

In addition, subscribers get access to numerous benefits, including an extended free trial for Amazon Music Unlimited and an annual subscription to Grubhub+.

Prime Early Access Sale: Best Halloween Tech Deals

Samsung The Freestyle Portable Projector

One of the ways you can use technology to take your Halloween to the next level is by using a projector. This portable projector from Samsung works beautifully if you project images on your house, for example. Or, if you want to throw a horror party at home, you can use it for all your friends to see better. You just place it anywhere, tilt it to any angle you want and stream the content. Even better, it also comes with 360-degree audio so it will fill the air. This one costs $897.99, but for Prime Early Access Sale, the price has dropped to $597.99.

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How about greeting trick-or-treaters with some creepy noises? If you want to play some creepy music, place the bluetooth speaker by the doorway and it will welcome all the guests. The Bose SoundLink Revolve+ has great battery life, with over 17 hours of battery life on a single charge. Plus, charging is super easy, so all you need to do is use the Micro-B USB port. Also know that the speaker is dust and water resistant, so it will withstand a bit of bad October weather, although you’ll probably need to shield it a bit. The Bose SoundLink Revolve+ costs $329 at full price, but you can get it now for $229.

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Govee Smart Outdoor String Lights

There’s no better way to make the outside of your house look Halloween-ready than by putting on some lights. The Govee Smart Outdoor String Lights can be set to any color scheme you want. They can even flicker like candles, or change color as you wish via the dedicated app. The 48ft string light has an IP 65 waterproof rating, so they will do just fine in all weather conditions. We can also tell you that the bulbs are also quite resistant to impact, so don’t worry about them falling out of the tree or wherever you want to hang them. The Govee Smart Outdoor String Lights usually go for $54.99, but for Amazon Early Access Sale, the price dropped to: $38.49.

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Jackery portable power station Explorer 300

If you want to place Halloween decorations, lights, speakers and so on farther from home, you may need a portable power station. This saves you use and extension cord through half of your garden. Moreover, you can also use it when you go to the beach, travel to the mountains and so on. If you connect it to a solar panel, you can charge it even when you are camping. The Jackery Portable Power Station Explorer 300 has a full price of $349.99, but the price has been reduced to $209.99 for Prime Early Access Sale.

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Arlo Essential Video Doorbell

Another great thing you can get for Halloween is a new video doorbell. This can help you know ahead of time when trick-or-treaters are at the door so you can collect the candy and get to the door. The Arlo Essential Video Doorbell records HD video and provides 180-degree visibility. It also does a great job of recording video at night, offers 2-way audio, and it’s super easy to set up. The Arlo video doorbell normally costs $149.99, but it’s only now $119.99.

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SwitchBot Curtain

We have an idea for you: set up a curtain rod, install the SwitchBot curtain and hang some skeletons. Then use your phone to program some movement to scare the trick-or-treaters! Of course, once Halloween is over, just put these on your actual curtains and enjoy motorized control over your shades. If you add the SwitchBot Hub Mini, you can make it fully compatible with Alexa, Google Home or IFTTT so you can use voice commands to control them. SwitchBot curtain costs $109, but is now available for $79.2.

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