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The 5 best Amazon deals you can get now— starting at $6

Score up to 85 percent off everything from bidets to video games. (Photo: Amazon)

Today’s best Amazon deals are turning hump day into a happy day.

So what's on sale? For all the gamers out there, Battlefield 4: Premium Edition for Xbox One is just $6, down from $40 — that's 85 percent off! And the top-rated Chortau Dash Cam is a cool $38 off.

For an audio upgrade, check out the super popular Beats Solo Pro Wireless Noise-Canceling On-Ear Headphones — they're on sale for $149 right now, an all-time low.

If you have Amazon Prime, you’ll get free shipping, of course. Not yet a member? No problem. You can sign up for your free 30-day trial here. (And by the way, those without Prime still get free shipping on orders of $25 or more.)

Shop Wednesday's stellar Amazon deals below:

Battlefield 4: Premium Edition

Score an unreal 85 percent off this award-winning game. (Photo: Amazon)

Score an unreal 85 percent off this award-winning game. (Photo: Amazon)

On sale for an outrageous $6, the award-winning Battlefield 4: Premium Edition for Xbox One is a multi-player first-person shooter game from Electronic Arts. It's the fourth installment in the series and takes place six years after the third game during the 'War of 2020' between the U.S. and Russian forces.

"Good game...," raved a fan. "I've been gaming for 10+ years and this game still has me wanting to get better...Never any lag...Would highly recommend. There's jets, helicopters (scout and attack), tanks, AA tanks, 30+ guns and all the maps (especially premium maps) look extremely well done..."

This is a digital download, so you'll get to play instantly. No waiting for the delivery person with this baby.

Shop it: Battlefield 4: Premium Edition for Xbox One, $6 (was $40), amazon.com

Chortau Dash Cam

Yes you cam — especially at nearly 60 percent off with this amazing deal! (Photo: Amazon)

Yes you cam — especially at nearly 60 percent off with this amazing deal. (Photo: Amazon)

On sale for $32 with the on-page coupon (was $70), the Chortau HD Dash Cam records with 1080p and a wide-angle 170-degree lens, so you'll get crystal-clear results across a broad peripheral field.

It’s great for instant accident reports, driver disputes or even documenting your road trips. The camera saves recordings to a microSD card (up to 32GB); it'll automatically delete the oldest file when full and start over again for continuous action. The dash cam even has night vision for recording in the dark.

"It was super easy to install and the camera itself is pretty self-explanatory," shared a satisfied Amazon shopper. "The mounting portion works really well and it feels very secure. The best part is that it shows what is recording on the screen. This way you can adjust it as needed so you always get the perfect shot."

Shop it: Chortau Dash Cam, $32 with on-page coupon (was $70), amazon.com

Insignia 24-inch Smart HD TV — Fire TV Edition

Here's an early Prime Day deal to tide you over until June 21 — save 41 percent! (Photo: Amazon)

An early Prime Day deal to tide you over until June 21 — save over 40 percent! (Photo: Amazon)

Need a new TV? Amazon has this Insignia 24-inch Smart HD TV — Fire TV Edition on sale for just $100! The standout set delivers eye-popping colors and exceptional picture quality — both of which are rare in this price range. The audio, too, is top notch — and Alexa is included in its remote. So if you’re not a fan of endlessly scrolling through a grid of movie titles (and who is), you can just say, 'Alexa, play One Night in Miami,' and she’ll make your wish come true.

"I am honestly very pleasantly surprised with how much I like this TV," raved a satisfied Amazon shopper. "As far as clarity goes, I believe HD720p is plenty for this screen size. I’m a bit of a TV snob and the lower clarity is not noticeable in this size."

Shop it: Insignia 24-inch Smart HD TV — Fire TV Edition, $100 (was $170), amazon.com

Beats Solo Pro Wireless Noise-Canceling On-Ear Headphones

Score these babies for half off. (Photo: Amazon)

Score these babies for half off. (Photo: Amazon)

On sale for $149 (from $300) these amazing headphones are at their steepest discount ever. The Beats Solo Pro Headphones sync to just about any smartphone or laptop via Bluetooth, delivering rich audio and bone-rattling bass. Super sleek, the pro-level headphones come in Gray. They’re noise-canceling, so you can block out just about all background and ambient sound to enjoy your favorite music and podcasts — and you can get up to 40 hours(!) of battery life per charge.

“These are the best Beats so far. Sound is really crisp,” wrote a savvy five-star reviewer. “Very worth it. The noise canceling feature is so good. You basically cannot hear anything around you!”

Shop it: Beats Solo Pro Wireless Noise-Canceling On-Ear Headphones, $149 (was $300), amazon.com

BioBidet Supreme Round White Bidet

Cut back on your TP habit — and save 55 percent with on-page coupon! (Photo: Amazon)

Cut back on your TP habit — and save 55 percent. (Photo: Amazon)

The limited supply of toilet paper during the early days of the pandemic drove an increased interest in bidets. The brand Bio Bidet is leading the pack, and right now one of its premium models — and Amazon's No. 1 bestseller — is 55 percent off. The BioBidet Supreme Round White Bidet is on sale for $449 (down from $550 off with the on-page coupon). 

The gizmo lets you control the action (like temperature and pressure) and its heated seat and slow-closing lid will make you feel like you're in The Jetsons. It even comes with a remote! Shoppers are impressed — and refreshed.

"I absolutely love this thing!! This was a life changing purchase for me!! It is super simple to use and the water warming is such a nice feature," raved an Amazon shopper. "...There are settings specifically for women and there is even a kid setting...Love love love this product!!! If I could give it 100 stars I totally would!!"

Shop it: BioBidet Supreme Round White Bidet, $449 (was $999), amazon.com

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