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UPDATE: Jul. 5, 2023, 3:15 p.m. EDT This article has been updated to include the latest and greatest Amazon Echo device deals.
You don’t have to wait until Prime Day to save on Amazon Echo devices. Take advantage of this week’s exclusive deals on a wide range of Amazon smart home devices. Whether you’re looking for a smart speaker or a display, there’s an Echo device waiting for you.
Echo Show deals Why we like it The latest upgrade of Amazon’s most popular smart display just hit the virtual shelves in May, but it already has its first price drop and it’s a doozy. Regularly priced at $89.99, Amazon has the Echo Show 5 (3rd gen) on sale for just $44.99 ahead of Prime Day — that’s 50% in savings. The newest Echo Show 5 boasts a sleeker form factor, an upgraded processor, an additional mic for better Alexa responsiveness, an improved speaker system, and a better display.
More Echo Show dealsEcho Show 8 (2nd gen)(opens in a new tab) — $59.99 $129.99 (save $70)
Echo Show 10 (3rd Gen)(opens in a new tab) — $162.99 $249.99 (save $87)
Echo Show 15 with remote(opens in a new tab) — $181.98 $279.98 (save $98)
Echo speaker deals Why we like it Released in 2022, the Echo Dot (5th gen) smart speaker with clock(opens in a new tab) has some pretty cool new features, including a built-in LED display. You can view the time, weather updates, song titles, and more (when prompted), which makes life a little easier. The audio experience also received an update with cleaner vocals, deeper bass, and an overall better sound. Additionally, thanks to its motion and temperature sensors, you can create personalized routines that automatically activate Alexa-compatible lights or fans when entering a room. Prime members can snag the 5th gen device on sale for $29.99 ahead of Prime Day — that’s the lowest price we’ve ever seen it.
More Echo speaker deals Echo Pop(opens in a new tab) — $17.99 $39.99 (save $22)
Echo Dot (5th gen)(opens in a new tab) — $22.99 $49.99 (save $27)
Echo (4th gen)(opens in a new tab) — $54.99 $99.99 (save $45)
Echo Link(opens in a new tab) — $139.99 $199.99 (save $60)
Echo Studio(opens in a new tab) — $154.99 $199.99 (save $45)
Echo Link Amp(opens in a new tab) — $209.99 $299.99 (save $90)
Echo on-the-go device deals Why we like itJust released last month, the new Echo Buds are on sale at Amazon for just $34.99 — that’s 30% off the retail price and the lowest price to date. You must be a Prime member to secure the deal (otherwise, you’ll have to pay full price). The new Echo Buds are a pared-down version of the entry-level version of the Echo Buds from 2021. They aren’t the most advanced earbuds by any means, but they do offer Alexa hands-free control, customizable tap controls, multipoint paring, and a 15-minute fast charging feature. Our friends over at PCMag(opens in a new tab) (which is owned by our publisher, Ziff Davis) gave them a solid 4 out of 5 stars.
More Echo on-the-go device dealsEcho Auto (2nd gen)(opens in a new tab) — $34.99 $54.99 (save $20)
Echo Buds with ANC (2021)(opens in a new tab) — $64.99 $119.99 (save $55)
Echo Frames (2nd gen)(opens in a new tab) — $169.99 $269.99 (save $100)
Christina Buff is a freelance deals writer for Shopping.
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