Finding the Amazon Echo on sale isn't a rare experience, but getting it 28% off the normal list price isn't the type of discount that happens everyday.
Amazon has reduced the price by $50 (opens in new tab) in a 24-hour flash sale, so you're going to ultimately pay $129.99 for the Alexa-enabled smart speaker.
That's the lowest price we've seen for the Amazon Echo, which normally retails for $179.99. Now it's priced to compete with the $129.99 Google Home.
Both the Amazon Echo in black and the one in white are seeing the price drop, but the amount goes back up to the full $179.99 at midnight.
Amazon Echo Show deal
The Amazon Echo Show release date is Wednesday, June 28, and it's already on sale if you care to buy two smart speakers with a screen embedded into them.
You can save $100 on the Amazon Echo Show (opens in new tab) when you buy two and use the promo code SHOW2PACK at checkout. Each costs $229.99
This is a deal for early adopters who consider the Alexa AI their best friend, as you'll be spending $599.98. But that beats spending nearly $700 on a pair.
With Google Home software updated recently and Apple HomePod launching at the end of the year, Amazon is making a big new push with its smart speaker.
We'll have an Amazon Echo Show review soon and let you know how it performs as a screen-enabled smart speaker.
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