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Save up to 40% on Amazon Echo devices for one week only

Save up to 40% on Amazon Echo devices now for one week only

While Amazon has a reputation for generously discounting its own Echo and Fire devices over the peak trading holidays, it isn’t avert to random reductions throughout the year.

For a week, Amazon is discounting four of its Echo devices, including the brand-new, five-star Echo Input.

The Amazon Echo (2nd gen) smart speaker is now only £69.99 (opens in new tab) having shed £20, while the fantastic Echo Input (which is essentially an Echo Dot without the speaker) has dropped from £34.99 to just £19.99 (opens in new tab).

The Echo Spot, which has the functionality of the Echo Dot but adds a screen, is now only £99.99 (opens in new tab) (down from £119.99), and the Echo Show with a larger touchscreen and video and voice calling is currently enjoying a 19 per cent saving, now only £189.99 (opens in new tab).

All four Echo deals end next Wednesday (13th) at 9am, and you can see them below...

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Amazon Echo (2nd gen) £89.99 £69.99 (opens in new tab)

The sequel to the original Echo, the latest Echo is a stubbier, improved and surprisingly cheaper smart speaker, with a 3.5mm line output as well as Bluetooth and wi-fi streaming.

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Amazon Echo Spot £119.99 £99.99
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You might want your smart speaker to have a screen, of course... The Spot is a small, round speaker that looks like a clock, with the same built-in voice assistant and functionality of the Echo Dot. 

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Amazon Echo Show £235 £189.99 (opens in new tab)

The Echo Show expands upon the Spot with a larger touchscreen and introduces a unique feature: video and voice calling so you can call people with an Echo or who have downloaded the Alexa app.

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Amazon Echo Input £34.99 £19.99 (opens in new tab)

A great way to bring Alexa voice control to your existing speakers, this puck-sized device is effectively an Echo Dot without the speaker. Connect it to powered speakers via a 3.5mm jack or Bluetooth and voila, they have voice functionality.

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Becky Roberts
Becky Roberts

Becky is the managing editor of What Hi-Fi? and, since her recent move to Melbourne, also the editor of Australian Hi-Fi magazine. During her eight years in the hi-fi industry, she has been fortunate enough to travel the world to report on the biggest and most exciting brands in hi-fi and consumer tech (and has had the jetlag and hangovers to remember them by). In her spare time, Becky can often be found running, watching Liverpool FC and horror movies, and hunting for gluten-free cake.