Amazon's device deals are still in effect after Cyber Monday, so if you've been hesitating on snatching up those early deals on Amazon Echo devices with Alexa, you shouldn't wait much longer. Amazon (AMZN) - Get Free Report has already dropped prices -- some to an all-time low -- on many of the most popular Alexa smart speakers and displays.
If you’re new to Alexa, that’s Amazon’s name for its digital voice assistant, which “lives” on all of the Amazon-made smart devices in this list. Alexa is the artificial intelligence that makes these speakers and displays “smart” by handling all sorts of daily tasks, like setting timers and alarms, playing music from your favorite streaming service or providing an on-the-fly weather forecast -- all in response to your voice.
Alexa can also control compatible smart home gadgets, some of which you can find in our latest list of tech deals, so you don’t need anything besides one of these devices to get started with Alexa.
Sometimes it can be tough to tell a great deal apart from one that’s just meh. That’s why we combed through price histories for all the Alexa devices you see listed. We sussed out the best deals and biggest discounts available on Alexa devices so you don’t have to.
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Most Popular Amazon Devices Now On Sale
Echo Dot (4th Gen) with Baby Grogu Stand ($56.94, originally $84.94)
It doesn’t matter if you’re a little kid or an adult, if you’re a fan of The Mandalorian, you won’t want to miss this deal. With the holiday knocking down the price to $56.94, this Echo Dot (4th Gen) smart speaker with clock featuring a Mandalorian-inspired Grogu stand is one of our favorite picks.
Fire TV Stick with Alexa Voice Remote with Star Wars Cover ($38.98, originally $58.98)
Fire TV Cube ($79.99, originally $119.99)
Put down the remote and move straight into a fully voice-activated experience. If you’re looking to re-watch The Mandalorian on Disney+, check the weather, or set a reminder for your favorite TV show, you’ll want to check out the Fire TV Cube. You can access Netflix, YouTube, Prime Video, HBO Max, stream 4K content and the set-up is extremely fast. Currently on sale for $79.99, you’ll be saving $40 off the original price.
Echo (4th Gen) ($59.99, originally $99.99)
Released last October, Amazon’s flagship full-size smart speaker boasts surprisingly rich audio plus, of course, Alexa. Pair two for stereo sound and link to Fire TV for a simple and easy wireless home theater setup. At $40 off the original price, this is the lowest price Amazon has ever offered, so you might want to grab one — or two — before they disappear.
Echo (4th Gen) with Sengled color smart bulb ($59.99, originally $114.98)
Same Alexa smart speaker as the previous deal — at the same price — plus a free Sengled color smart bulb. That’s another $15 in savings compared to the Echo by itself. Seriously — if you’re going to get an Echo anyway, why not start or expand your smart home with this deal?
Echo Dot (3rd Gen) ($19.99, originally $39.99)
At three years old, Amazon’s 3rd generation Echo Dot is a bit long in the tooth — and short on quality sound. But if all you need is access to Amazon’s digital assistant, Alexa’s voice comes through loud and clear. The Echo Dot (3rd Gen) dropped to $18.99 last Black Friday, so $19.99 is a pretty good deal.
Echo Dot (4th Gen) Kids ($34.99, originally $59.99)
Echo Dot Kids isn’t just a more playful version of Amazon’s smaller Echo Dot speaker -- it also comes with a free one-year subscription to Amazon Kids+. That’s Amazon’s premium entertainment and educational offering, full of games, puzzles, and stories aimed at kids aged 3 through 12 - a $36 value. Plus, when you select Kids mode when setting up this (or any) Alexa device, certain features and communication functions are restricted to help keep kids safe.
Echo Dot (3rd Gen) with 6 months of Amazon Music Unlimited ($19.99, originally $87.93)
Same as the previous deal, but with a bonus four months’ worth of Amazon’s alternative to Spotify and Apple Music, which will net you a savings of $68. At this point, most major music streaming services offer more or less the same catalog. So, unless you rely on Spotify’s algorithm for music recommendations or you’ve already got your music library curated in another service, this is a great way to give Amazon Music Unlimited ($8 per month after trial) a try on the cheap.
Echo Dot (4th Gen) Kids with Echo Glow ($49.99, originally $89.98)
Basically, the same as the previous deal on the Echo Dot Kids, but Amazon will throw in an Echo Glow spherical smart light for $15 more, which is half off the full retail price. The light itself isn’t too spectacular or, for that matter, all that “smart” -- it changes color with a tap and does include a fun “disco mode” that responds to music being played, but kids seem to like it. And at these prices, that’s all that matters.
Echo Show 5 (2nd Gen) ($44.99, originally $84.99)
This deal is a bit of a shocker: Just this summer, Amazon updated its five-inch Echo Show 5 — the smallest of the company’s smart displays, which pair Alexa with a touchscreen for improved smart home controls, apps, widgets, and video calling. For a device not even six months old, half off is an incredible deal. In fact, the price has never been lower. Grab this one while you still can.
Echo Show 8 (1st Gen) ($59.99, originally $109.99)
Over the summer, Amazon also updated its mid-size eight-inch smart display, the Echo Show 8 — however, this is not that updated Alexa device. That doesn’t, however, mean this isn’t still a pretty good deal. The Show 8 does everything the Show 5 does, writ large — bigger screen, bigger sound, and it’s an even bigger help with controlling your other smart home devices. If you plan to do a lot of video calling, you may want to hold out for a deal on the 2nd Gen Echo Show 8, with its improved webcam and speaker array. Otherwise, the OG eight-inch is still a solid buy at this price, as it’s never been lower.
Amazon eero Wi-Fi system with Built-In Smart Home Hub ($181, originally $279)
If you've got connection dead spots and buffering zones in your home, check out the Amazon eero, a Wi-Fi extender which claims to cover up to 5,000 square feet. The eero can support 75 or more devices, and doubles as a smart home hub with a connection to Alexa. It’s controlled through the eero app and comes with a 30-day trial for eero Secure.
Amazon Device Deals
Echo Dot (4th Gen) ($29.99, originally 49.99)
The little sibling of the bigger, bolder-sounding Amazon Echo is currently selling for full retail price, even though it went on sale for $45 just last month. The latest-gen Echo Dot has dropped as low as $38 in the past, but with the new $30 price tag, this is likely as low as it will fall this season. Just like with Amazon Echos, you can pair two Dots together for stereo sound, so don’t be surprised if Amazon offers a bigger discount as a twofer.
And starting today, you can also snag a bundle deal featuring the Echo Dot + Echo Auto for $44.98, originally $99.98.
Echo Dot with Clock (4th Gen) ($34.99, originally $59.99)
Echo Wall Clock ($29.99)
While not currently on sale, it is an Echo product worth noting. This Echo Wall Clock has an LED display and does requires a compatible Echo device to make it a smart timer. So, for example, you can say “Alexa, set a 10-minute timer,” and the display will count down on the Echo Wall Clock. Currently running you $29.99, it’s a great gift for the Amazon devices lover on your list.
Tablets and Home Security Deals
Fire 7 Tablet, 7” display, 16 GB ($34.99, originally $49.99)
As the best-selling Fire tablet it stands at a solid 4-1/2 star rating on Amazon. The Fire 7 Tablet touts twice the storage, a faster processor and claims to be more durable than the latest iPad mini. You can enjoy movies, check the weather, read an eBook, or answer emails on this multi-purpose tablet.
Common complaints are an irritatingly short battery life and lock screen advertising, but since it costs significantly less than an iPad, it’s a worthwhile investment.
Kindle + 3 months free Kindle Unlimited ($89.99)
Built for reading, the Kindle’s glare-free display - even in direct sunlight - is its biggest claim to fame. The Kindle e-reader has adjustable front lighting and a long-lasting battery, and 8GB of storage still means you can own thousands of books and newspapers. It pairs well with Audible, and when tie it together with Whispersync, you can switch from Kindle to the Kindle app without losing your place.
Blink Mini ($19.99, originally $34.99)
The Blink Mini is a plug-in security camera with motion detection and two-way audio, designed for inside the home. So, if you’re looking for a little extra visibility when your kids disappear or you want to check in on your pets while away, this could be just what you need.
Set up is quick – just connect it to the wifi and set up a Blink app. Currently $15 off its already low sticker price, you probably won’t find it at a lower price this holiday season.
Prices are accurate and items in stock at time of publishing.