The Echo Dot product page currently lists a promotion at the bottom that says you’ll receive $30 off the purchase of 2 Echo Dots. Since the Echo Dot is currently on sale for $39.99, that means two of them will cost you $49.98. However, only a $10 discount is being applied to the order at checkout, for a total price of $69.98. Several people have confirmed that Amazon’s Customer Service is applying the additional $20 discount retroactively when asked, so if you’re willing to have a short chat with customer service, you can buy two Echo Dot’s for $49.98 total. Thanks jimberkas for the heads up!
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Today is the day of the big game. Amazon will be running multiple ads during the Super Bowl so they’re running a Game Day Deals promotion where most of their devices are on sale. Here are all of the devices on sale. The best deals involve bundling products, such as the Fire TV Stick + Echo Dot for $69.98 or the Echo + Echo Dot for $104.98. Read more ›
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Amazon has discounted several of their Echo devices for Prime members. The new 2nd generation Amazon Echo is available for $79.99. At a savings of $20 off the regular price, that matches the lowest price that it has ever been when sold individually and matches the Black Friday Price. The Echo Show is on sale for $179.99 for Prime members. That’s $50 off of the regular price of $229.99 and is the second lowest price it has ever been. Lastly, the Echo Dot is $39.99, which is $10 off of the regular price. It was available for $29.99 for most of November and all of December last year, which is the lowest it has ever been. These Prime-exclusive prices are good through January 18 and is limited to one per customer per device.
The Echo Dot + TP-Link Smart Plug bundle is back on sale for $34.99. That’s the same price that it was available during Black Friday, which was among the most popular deals during the big sale. This deal is available because the Echo Dot itself is still on sale for $29.99 and Amazon’s promotion that lets you add a TP-Link Smart Plug, which is normally $29.99 on its own, to any Echo purchase for $5 has been brought back. The bundle linked above is for the Black Echo Dot, but a bundle with the White Echo Dot is also available for the same price. The included smart plug does not require a hub to function, so you can immediately control it by voice using the Echo Dot or any other Alexa device.
To get buyers started with smart home devices, Amazon is offering buyers of any Echo device a smart plug for $5 dollars extra. By including the heavily discounted Echo Dot in the offer, it makes the bundle one the best deals for Black Friday. The Echo Dot and TP-Link Smart Plug bundle is only $34.99 total. With the Echo Dot normally $49.99 and the TP-Link plug commonly $29.99, the current bundle is 56% off. The two devices complement each other very well because they give you the first two components of a smart home setup: something that can be controlled and something that can do the controlling.
The Amazon Echo Dot is on sale for $29.99. This is part of Amazon’s big Black Friday Sale. This is the first time the Echo Dot has ever been this low. This will most likely be the single most popular item on sale during Black Friday, with the Amazon Fire TV Stick for $24.99 probably being the second most popular, which is also at a new all-time low price. Be sure to get your orders in quickly, for these two items especially, before they sell out or become back ordered. The all-new Amazon Echo is also on sale for a great price of $79.99.
Three years ago today, Amazon introduced Alexa to the world when they revealed the original Echo speaker. To celebrate, they’re offering discounts on numerous Alexa devices. The Amazon Tap is $50 off at $79.99, which matches the lowest price it has been. You can save $33 on a 3 pack of Echo Dots by using promo code BDAY3PACK at checkout. Normally, Amazon only gives $20 off of a 3 pack. You can save $50 on a 3 pack of 2nd-gen Echos using promo code ECHO3PACK, but that’s the usual discount that has been around ever since the new model was revealed. Other bundle deals include the all-new Fire HD 10 tablet + Echo Dot for $149.98, which saves you $50, the Fire TV Stick + Echo Dot for $69.98, which saves you $20, and the all-new Cloud Cam + Echo Show for $299.98, which saves you $50. Read more ›
If you missed the one day $39.99 deal from a couple of days ago, here’s another chance to save on the purchase of an Amazon Echo Dot. The certified refurbished Echo Dot has just gone on sale for $34.99. This price is $5 more than the lowest price the refurbished Echo Dot has ever been, which was during the countdown deals leading up to Prime Day earlier this year. The lowest price a new Echo Dot has ever been was $34.99, which was also on Prime Day. Black Friday is coming up later this month and there’s a good chance the Echo Dot will be on sale, but there’s no guarantee it will be as low or lower than this deal on the refurbished Echo Dot. Amazon historically prices their device’s a little higher on Black Friday than they were on Prime Day, so there’s a good chance the Echo Dot will be $39.99 this Black Friday, like it was on Black Friday last year.
The Amazon Echo Dot has just gone on sale for $39.99 on Amazon. That’s $10 off its regular price of $49.99. This price is $5 more than the Echo Dot was during Prime Day, which is why I consider it a “Good” price on my Amazon Device Buyer’s Guide scale of “Okay/Good/Great.” This sale is for today only.
Amazon is once again bundling the Fire TV Stick and Echo Dot at a discount. This bundle was first introduced when the new Fire TV 3 was revealed. It was available for a limited time and disappeared after a week, but now it’s back. The bundle is currently available for $69.98, which is a $20 savings compared to buying the two devices separately. The current price is $10 more than the first time this bundle was offered, but it’s still not a bad deal if you want to take advantage of Alexa’s newly added ability to control Fire TV devices through Echo products so you don’t need to pick up the remote. Big thanks to Luke from CordCuttersNews for spotting this deal. Luke has also spotted a bunch of old game shows that have recently been added to Prime Video.