The best cheap Amazon Echo deals for June 2017

There's never been a better time to buy a brand new Amazon Echo or Amazon Echo Dot. The two are going on sale this week and are likely to reach their lowest price yet – just in time for you to do a little spring cleaning. Or if you fancy a look at their rival, check out these Google Home prices.

How do you know you're getting the best deal? We’ve scoured the internet for all the best Amazon Echo deals and Amazon Echo Dot deals, so you can join the voice assistant revolution as cheaply and as easily as possible. 

But what exactly is a voice assistant?

We’ve grown used to the likes of Siri and Google Assistant on our phones providing us with information without having to press a single button, but the Amazon Echo is a little different. Instead of a phone, it’s an internet-connected speaker that sits in your home and listens for you to give it instructions. 

The speakers themselves are a little expensive, but with our help you should be able to find a cheap Amazon Echo, and get yourself a great Alexa deal. So read on for the cheapest places to buy the Amazon Echo and Amazon Echo Dot. 

Amazon Echo deals

The Amazon Echo is the full-size Alexa-enabled speaker. It has the beefier speaker of the two, and is hence a lot taller to accommodate this. The downside of the Echo is that it’s a lot more expensive, which makes it all the more important to find a good Amazon Echo deal.

Check out a list of the top Echo deals below. 

Update: UK customers should take advantage of Tesco's voucher code to get an Amazon Echo for just £114, saving a tenner compared to the next best deal and a massive £36 compared to the usual RRP. The voucher expires June 6, but stock may not last that long.

Amazon Echo Dot deals

The Amazon Echo Dot is the smaller of the two speakers. It manages to save this space by including a much smaller speaker, which consequently offers a much weaker sound. The good news is that if you want to do some serious music listening then you’re able to plug the Echo Dot into an external speaker using its 3.5mm jack. It’s also a great deal cheaper than the original Echo, meaning that it’s a great way of cheaply getting Alexa into your home, or perhaps adding a second speaker to your setup.