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Select Amazon Echo Show Devices Are Now Up To 47% Off


Tons of Black Friday deals are already available, and Amazon is offering some of its own products as well. Select Amazon Echo Show devices are now discounted, all the way up to 47%.

There are four different Amazon Echo Show devices to choose from. The Amazon Echo Show 5 (2nd-gen) is available in regular and “Designed for kids” variants. Both the Amazon Echo Show 1st gen and 2nd gen are also available.

The Echo Show 5 2nd-gen is priced at $44.99 (down from $84.99), which means it is 47% off. The “Designed for kids” model runs for $49.99, down from $94.99 (47% off).

On the flip side, the 1st gen and 2nd gen Amazon Echo Show 8 devices cost $59.99 and $89.99, respectively. The first is discounted by 45%, while the second has seen a 31% discount.

This is an ideal time to get one of these devices, if you’ve been planning to anyway. These are not small discounts at all. You can almost buy two of these for the price of one, having in mind its non-discounted price.

Considering these are Amazon’s Echo devices, they are Alexa-based. So, if you’re using a ton of Alexa devices in your house, or you plan to, these would be an ideal addition to that arsenal.

You can prompt it to show you your camera feed, from an Alexa-supported camera, or perhaps instruct it to play some songs from your streaming platform of choice. The Amazon Echo can also be an excellent partner in the kitchen, to show you cooking videos, or recipes.

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There are a lot of use cases for these devices, as they are considerably more useful than their siblings without a display. Do note that there are a couple of color options you can choose from as well.

We’re not sure for how long will these deals be available, so if you’re interested, it would be wise to act fast. Tap the link/ button below and see what’s on offer.

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