12 best-selling products on Amazon under $50 right now

With Amazon catapulted to the top of the retail world, what better place to poke around and see what other shoppers around the world are buying these days?

Although you may feel like summer has just ended, it's never too early to get ahead on holiday shopping.

We checked the top selling products at the moment by category, including Home & Kitchen, Books, TV & Movies, Games & Toys and Electronics -- and while some items, like Cards Against Humanity, have stood the test of time and remained a best seller in 2016, tons of new products have joined the ranks.

The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins and Bruce Springteen's autobiography Born to Run are flying off the shelves in the book department.

The Amazon Fire TV stick remains on top of the Electronics best sellers, with the highly anticipated All-New Amazon Echo Dot, released on October 20, coming in at second.

Beauty and the Beast: 25th Anniversary Edition and Marvel's Captain America: Civil War are the blockbusters of the moment.

Check out the gallery below for a list of top-selling items on Amazon right now.

And the best part about all of these favorites? They're all under $50!

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Best-selling items on Amazon under $50
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Best-selling items on Amazon under $50

LEGO City Town Advent Calendar Building Kit: $29.94

BUY IT
Crest 3D White Luxe Whitestrips Professional Effects: $39.00
BUY IT

Cards Against Humanity: $25.00

BUY IT
All-New Amazon Echo Dot (2nd Generation): $49.99
BUY IT
Marvel's Captain America, Civil War: $19.96
BUY IT
Beauty and the Beast, 25th Anniversary Edition: $22.99
BUY IT
Amazon Fire TV stick: $39.99
BUY IT
RTIC Tumbler: $14.23
BUY IT
Rubbermaid Easy Find Lids Food Storage Container: $15.99
BUY IT
The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins: $9.60
BUY IT
Born to Run by Bruce Springsteen: $19.50
BUY IT
Disney Tsum Tsum Advent Calendar: $39.95
BUY IT
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