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The Echo Dots Keep Getting Better, And So Do Their Deal Prices

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Jack Kocsis Director of Commerce

Since Amazon first came out with the Echo Dot, we have championed the tiny home speaker as a perfect way to get Alexa in your home without splurging for the full-sized Echo. After all, the Echo Dot retails for only $50, compared to the $100 the full-sized Echo normally goes for.

This year, Amazon released an upgraded version of the Echo Dot, called the Echo Dot (3rd generation). It alleviates the primary qualm with old Echo Dots — that the speaker wasn’t too good. The all-new Echo Dot has an improved speaker for richer and louder sound. It also has a much nicer appearance, with a fabric covering that will fit in with the decor of any home.

The big news here, however, is that for Cyber Monday, the new Echo Dot is available for the ridiculously low price of $24. This is so, so low for a device that will instantly improve your home life. This is an even lower price than the 2nd generation went for last year! Once again, I am probably going to buy a bunch to give to everyone I know as a Christmas gift this year. It helps to have more than one, not only for multiple rooms but also to create stereo sound in a single location.

Normally $50, the all-new Echo Dot is 52 percent off (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $50, the all-new Echo Dot is 52 percent off (Photo via Amazon)

All-new Echo Dot (3rd Gen) – Smart speaker with Alexa – Heather Gray on sale for $24

It’s officially Cyber Monday, and the Daily Dealer will be keeping an eagle eye on the best deals, so make sure you keep checking in. We are keeping a running list of Cyber Week’s best deals here – many of which are available today only.

Photo via Amazon

Photo via Amazon

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