Amazon’s Black Friday Deals on Echo and Fire Products are Here: $20 Off Echo, $50 Off Echo Show

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Amazon’s big blowout Black Friday Deals on its Echo and Fire products are now live. For Echo discounts, we’re seeing discounts shave off $20 from the new Echo (2nd gen) and Echo Dot, $30 off the Echo Plus, $50 off the Echo Show, and even $20 off the new Cloud Cam. On the Fire side of things, all of the Fire tablets are discounted, as is the Fire TV Stick with Alexa Remote ($15 off). Like with Google’s discounts, these are the best prices of the year ...

DEAL: Woot has Brand New Amazon Echo (1st Gen) Devices for $75 Today

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Amazon may have just replaced the original Amazon Echo with two new models, but that doesn’t make the 1st gen version any less worthy of being in your home, especially when it can be had for ridiculously low prices. Currently, Woot has both the white and black Amazon Echo (1st gen) for just $74.99 and they are brand new units. This isn’t your typical refurbished Woot deal, my good friends. It’s tough to say how long this deal might last because I’d imagine they’ll sell through ...

DEAL: Amazon Echo (Cert Refurbished) is Just $80 Right now

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Since you just got paid, being Friday and all, it’s time to spend all that cash before Sunday ever arrives like the wild, edge-living child you are. And your best value is on certified refurbished Amazon Echo units that are just $79.99 at the moment. That’s $85 off their normal price and $100 cheaper than the brand new ones. That’s a heck of a deal! The $80 Amazon Echo can be had in either black or white and of course, includes Prime shipping. Go! Amazon Deal Link ...

DEAL: You Can Get a Refurbished Amazon Echo for Just $80 Today

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Who knows if Amazon is about ready to release a new Amazon Echo or not, but the amount of substantial discounts they are producing as if they were won’t fetch any complaints from us. Today, you can grab a certified refurbished Amazon Echo for just $79.99 in what must be the best Amazon Echo deal to date. Amazon lists that at an $85 discount, which is pretty nuts. This Amazon Echo deal includes both black and white models, so depending on your home decor, you do ...

DEAL: Amazon Echo is $80 Off Today, Echo Dot $5 Off

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Amazon is hosting another mega-sale on many of their Echo devices today, an event that seems to happen at least once a month at this point. You can grab an Amazon Echo for $99.99 ($80 off), Amazon Echo Dot for $44.99 ($5 off), or the Amazon Tap for $99.99 ($30 off). If you aren’t in need of an Echo product, Amazon is also running discounts on their Fire tablets (up to $30 off) and Kindle readers (up to $20 off). I don’t need to recap the Echo ...

DEAL: Amazon Echo Drops to $90 Today ($90 Off), Echo Dot to $35

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Oh boy, if you have been wanting an Amazon Echo or need an additional unit for another room in your house, today is your day. Best Buy is hosting a 1-day sale on Amazon products that dropped the Amazon Echo to just $89.99. That’s a $90 discount and matches the lowest price ever from Prime Day. In other words, this is your second chance at the best Amazon Echo deal in history. If you don’t want the regular Amazon Echo, Best Buy also has the Echo ...

DEAL: Save $50 on an Amazon Echo, Priced at $130

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Currently over on Amazon, you can grab a brand new Echo for just $129.99, down from its usual price of $179.99. You can pick up a unit in either Black or White, but according to the listing, Amazon won’t have units back in stock for a couple of weeks (August 11), but it’s best to get it now while this $50 savings is around. No telling how long this deal will be active, so have at it. Amazon Link DEAL: Save $50 on an Amazon Echo, Priced at $130 ...

Sony’s latest 4K HDR Android TVs will work with Amazon’s Echo devices

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Today Sony has announced that the company's latest 4K HDR televisions, powered by Android TV, will soon be updated to work with Amazon's Echo devices. This new feature will arrive via a firmware update sometime this month. So the next time you yell at your TV, there might be some purpose to it.  You can see the complete list of compatible devices here, but the TL;DR is that the new feature is limited to 23 different 2017 and some 2016 XBR (Bravia) models with Android TV. ...