If you’ve been thinking about upgrading your Echo smart speaker or are wondering about finally joining this booming revolution then now is a good time to take the plunge. Amazon has slashed prices across its entire range of Alexa-powered devices for Black Friday, which has officially kicked off today (Friday November 27), with things now starting from as little as £18.99. Even the all-new Echo and Echo Dot, which were only announced back in September, have been given major discounts.
The 4th gen Echo, which has new balled-shaped design and much-improved audio, is now £40.99 – that’s a saving of £34 off the original price. If it’s the smaller Echo Dot that takes your fancy then this device is available for just £28.99 which saves £21.
If you don’t mind not having the latest and greatest speaker in your home then perhaps the biggest bargain is on the older 3rd gen Echo Dot. This highly-rated device can be plugged into your wall for just £18.99 – that’s one of the lowest prices we’ve ever seen.
Of course, it’s not just about the Echo as Amazon has a bunch of other deals including money off the Fire TV Stick and Fire TV Cube. These devices can make your telly smarter with them offering instant access to streaming services such as Disney+, YouTube and Netflix.
If you’re in need of a new tablet then you’ll find the Fire HD 8 and Fire HD 10 reduced to under £90.
Finally, there’s offers on the Kindle e-reader which is dropped to under £50 for this Black Friday.
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WHAT IS BLACK FRIDAY?
Black Friday has become the biggest shopping day of the year after crossing over from the US. Amazon, Tesco, Argos, and other shops offer Black Friday shopping deals and traditionally slash prices and offers on technology and electronic goods on the Friday after Thanksgiving. This year it falls on November 27.
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