The 15 Best Bird Feeder Deals on Amazon Right Now

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Need a gorgeous new bird feeder? We did the shopping for you! Hurry before these hot bird feeder deals sell out.

If you’re in the market for a new bird feeder right now, good news. Many of our favorite bird feeders are on sale! We’ve rounded up the best bird feeder deals on Amazon.com to make your shopping a little bit easier. Psst—these are the 10 types of bird feeders you need in your backyard.

big gulp hummingbird feederVia Amazon.com

Big Gulp Hummingbird Feeder

Your hummingbirds will never run out of sugar water with this extra large feeder that holds up to 40 ounces of hummingbird food. It’s easy to refill and clean, and we like the pretty flower feeding ports.

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flower oriole feederVia Amazon.com

Flower Oriole Feeder

Hang this lovely feeder outside in the spring and summer to attract orioles. This feeder allows you to feed both of orioles’ favorite foods—oranges and grape jelly!

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squirrel be gone maxVia Amazon.com

Perky Pet Squirrel-Be-Gone Max Feeder

If you are looking for a solution to stop squirrels and bully birds from stealing all of your bird seed, try the Squirrel-Be-Gone Max bird feeder from Perky-Pet. It includes weight-activated perches and flexports so the seeds won’t spill out. Small songbirds like chickadees and finches will love it!

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tube feederVia Amazon.com

Classic Tube Feeder

You can’t go wrong with a classic tube-style feeder at a great price. Fill it with sunflower seed or safflower seed to attract cardinals, grosbeaks and goldfinches.

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gazebo bird feederVia Amazon.com

Gazebo Bird Feeder

This is a good price on a traditional hopper-style feeder. We like that the wide roof will keep the seed dry, and the sides of this feeder are see-through so you’ll know when to refill it.

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squirrel buster bird feederVia Amazon.com

Squirrel Buster Standard Bird Feeder

Brome makes some of the highest rated squirrel-proof bird feeders. They are a bit more expensive than other brands, but their feeders are high quality, effective and durable. Plus they come with a lifetime guarantee.

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double suet feederVia Amazon.com

More Bird Double Suet Feeder

Add a suet feeder to your feeding station in fall and winter to attract a variety of suet eating birds. This affordable feeder holds two suet cakes at once, so birds can eat on both sides.

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red cardinal feederVia Amazon.com

Perky-Pet Red Cardinal Feeder

Fill up this red bird feeder with black-oil sunflower seeds and watch the cardinals flock to your backyard! Cardinals will love the perching ring and the metal mesh deters squirrels from chewing.

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glass hummingbird feederVia Amazon.com

Glass Hummingbird Feeder

This glass hummingbird feeder is simply gorgeous. And even though it looks fancy, the reviews report that it is still easy to clean and maintain. Your purchase includes and ant moat, hanging hook and cleaning brush. Because this feeder has perches, you may also attract orioles!

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squirrel-be-gone feederVia Walmart.com

Squirrel-Be-Gone Bird Feeder

This all-metal bird feeder has a weighted perch, so your pretty songbirds will be able to easily access the seed, but heavier squirrels and bully birds will not. We love that it holds up to 8 pounds of bird seed!

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saucer hummingbird feedersVia Amazon.com

Saucer Hummingbird Feeders

Two hummingbird feeders are better than one! You’ll attract more hummingbirds and the birds will be less territorial when they have some space. Saucer-style feeders are easy to clean, and it’s harder for bees and wasps to access the sugar water.

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perky pet panorama feederVia Amazon.com

Perky-Pet Panorama Bird Feeder

This large cylindrical panorama feeder holds 2 pounds of bird seed. It includes a round perching ring, so birds can feed all the way around, giving you great views of your favorite feathered friends. We love the wide opening, and the top is rust-resistant.

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kingsyard bird feederVia Amazon.com

Kingsyard Bird Feeder

This charming feeder looks like a little rustic country house. A hanging hook is included, and the roof lifts off so you can easily refill it and clean the inside.

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window bird feederVia Amazon.com

Window Bird Feeder

If you want an up-close look at your backyard birds, this is the feeder for you. Just use the suction cups to stick the clear feeder right onto the glass. Add your birds’ favorite seed (the seed tray is split down the middle, so you can offer two kinds), then grab your camera and wait!

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platform bird feederVia Amazon.com

Platform Bird Feeder

Attract larger ground feeding birds like mourning doves, as well as squirrels, with a platform feeder. You can spear an apple, orange or corn cob on the center spike. The mesh bottom allows rain water to drain.

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Lori Vanover
Lori Vanover is the senior digital editor for Birds & Blooms. She has a bachelor's degree in agricultural and environmental communications from the University of Illinois. Lori enjoys growing vegetables and flowers for pollinators in her backyard gardens. She also is an avid bird-watcher.