Amazon’s current Echo lineup offers a broad selection of smart speakers and displays that can fit just about anywhere in your home. Whether you want to place a voice assistant in your living room, replace the bulletin board in your office, or pick up a touchscreen-enabled device to showcase recipes in the kitchen, there’s an Echo device for just about every occasion and use case.
Regardless of why you might want one, there’s always a way to save on Echo devices, from the last-gen Dot to the wall-mounted Echo Show 15. Even when they’re selling at full price, for instance, Amazon offers a 25 percent discount when you trade in select devices, meaning there are still other ways to save money when none of the models are on sale.
Below, we’ve rounded up the best prices available on each device in Amazon’s Echo lineup. The bulk of them are currently on sale as part of Amazon’s ongoing spring sales event, with some models — including the latest, clock-equipped Echo Dot and Echo Show 5 — nearly matching their best price to date.
The best Echo Dot deals
Amazon announced the fifth generation of the Echo Dot. It looks more like a sphere than an actual dot — much like its last-gen predecessor — but offers twice as much bass as the prior model and a temperature sensor; it also doubles as an Eero mesh Wi-Fi extender, though, said functionality is also available on the prior model thanks to a free over-the-air firmware update.
Despite the arrival of the new model, you can still pick up the third-gen Echo Dot, which retains the puck-like design of earlier models and is available for $24.99 ($15 off) at Amazon, Target, and Best Buy. As for the fifth-gen model, it’s also currently available at Amazon, Best Buy, and Target, where you can pick it up with up to four months of Amazon Music Unlimited for $34.99 ($15 off).
If you’re looking to upgrade, Amazon, Target, and Best Buy are also selling the latest Echo Dot with a built-in LED display that showcases the time, weather, and other info for $39.99 ($20 off), which matches the speaker’s lowest price to date.
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