If you happened to miss out on the super cheap Echo Show deals that happened last year during Black Friday, Amazon is bringing back it's best Echo Show deals for a limited time run.
Now just $69.99, shoppers can get the Amazon Echo Show 5 plus Blink Mini bundle for a solid 39% off. An awesome mini smart home security setup, this bundle gets you one of Amazon's best smart screens and a sweet little Wi-Fi security camera super cheap.
Now: $74.99 | Was: $124.98 | Savings: $49.99 (39%)
Amazon's best Echo Show deal is back and better than ever, offering the Echo Show 5 plus a Blink Mini for just $69.99. A whopping 39% off the standard price, this is the best deal you'll find for some time.
A great little security setup for a small apartment or condo, this combo setup provides a simple Wi-Fi security system on the cheap.
Amazon's Echo Show 5 takes the best of their best smart speaker, the Echo Dot, and adds a convenient smart display for further interactivity and control. Combined with the Blink Mini Wi-Fi security camera and you'll be seeing whose at the door before you know it.
The standalone version of Amazon's Echo Show 5 is also on sale at 25% off, but at $64.99 it's only $10 less than this bundle without the added Blink Mini. For just $10 more, the value out of the bundle outweighs the standalone version by a wide margin.
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