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Today Is Alexa’s Birthday, So Of Course Amazon Has Special Deals On Alexa Products

Three years ago, Amazon shocked the world with its Alexa personal assistant technology. Now, it is hard to imagine how we ever lived without her. But we did. And some people still do. To celebrate Alexa’s third birthday, Amazon has a big one-day-only deal on Alexa products. That includes speakers from their Echo line: if you buy 3 Echo Dots, you can save $33; if you buy 3 all-new Echoes, you can save $50. But it also includes non-Amazon speakers that are Alexa-enabled. For example, this smart speaker is not an Echo but it is over half off today:

Normally $60, this Alexa-enabled smart speaker is 58 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $60, this Alexa-enabled smart speaker is 58 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

Eufy Genie Smart Speaker With Amazon Alexa, Voice Control and Hands-Free Use, Stream Online Music, Smart Home Control, AUX Output on sale for $24.99

There are also several nice bundles, such as this Fire TV Stick + Echo Dot offer:

Normally $90, this bundle is 22 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $90, this bundle is 22 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

Fire TV Stick with Alexa Voice Remote + Echo Dot on sale for $69.98

The deal also includes other Alexa-enabled products like smart thermostats:

Normally $250, this Alexa-enabled thermostat is 16 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $250, this Alexa-enabled thermostat is 16 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

ecobee4 Alexa-Enabled Thermostat with Sensor on sale for $209

Check out the entire Alexa deal selection here. Happy birthday, Alexa!

Photo via Amazon

Photo via Amazon

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