The best Valentine's Day gift deals from Amazon UK: the best Echo, Fire TV and other deals for romance

Hundreds of Valentine's Day gift ideas now live at Amazon

Amazon Valentine's Day gifts
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With Valentine's Day just around the corner, Amazon has got you covered for last-minute gifts with its new Valentine's Day store, which is now live at www.amazon.co.uk/valentines (opens in new tab).

The store has hundreds of gift ideas for everyone, from the music lovers, to food enthusiasts, and coffee aficionados, with deals on products across categories including devices, beauty, homeware and groceries. 

Some  of the top Valentine's Day gift deals include:

Echo Show 5 with Alexa (opens in new tab) | was £79.99, now £59.99
Gift a gift of the Amazon Echo Show 5 and the recipient can use it to watch videos, play music, see calendar appointments, make video calls, control smart home devices and much more. It's also great for following recipes on in the kitchen or as a clock and alarm for the bedroom. This deal runs from 5th – 12th Feb.

Fire TV Stick 4K with Alexa (opens in new tab) | was £49.99, now £34.99
Turn any TV into a smart TV with the Fire TV Stick. That means you can watch programmes on BBC iPlayer, Netflix, Prime Video, YouTube, ITV Hub, All 4 and more; choose from thousands of apps, Alexa skills and channels; and use Firefox or Silk to the web. This version features a new Wi-Fi antenna design optimised for 4K Ultra HD streaming. Deal runs from 5th  – 12th Feb.

Echo Dot with Clock (opens in new tab) | was £59.99, now £39.99
The Amazon Echo Dot with Clock was a Black Friday favourite and it's easy to see why. Amazon has taken its existing little smart speaker, which you can use to stream music, listen to the news and weather reports and control your smart home devices and added a handy clock to the side which can act as a clock, a countdown timer
or be used to display the outside temperature. Deal runs from 5th – 12th Feb.

Shiatsu Foot Massager Machine (opens in new tab) | was £79.97, now £67.97
The Shiatsu Foot Massager Machine offers three different pressure levels so you can adjust the intensity of the massage between a relaxing foot massage or a deep tissue shiatsu kneading massage, as well as a gentle warming function to soothe muscles and improve blood flow. The 2-metre power cord gives you plenty of flexibility for where you want to use it in your home.

Mumm champagne rose (opens in new tab) | was £39.99, now £27.39
Champagne is a classic Valentime's Day gift and Mumm is a brand that is sure to be well received. At just £27.39 for a 75cl bottle, GH Mumm's signature cuvee is a bargain.

More Valentine's Day gift ideas from Amazon

Up to 55% off Fragrances for Men from David Beckham, Issey Miyake, Paco Rabanne and more (opens in new tab)

Up to 50% off Fragrances for Women from Vera Wang, Ghost, Sarah Jessica Parker and more (opens in new tab)

Up to 30% off Wahl Hair Care (opens in new tab)

Up to 30% off Bath and Shower Best Sellers (opens in new tab)

Valentine’s cards (opens in new tab) – 25% off all cards on Prime Now

Durex Condoms Variety Assorted Multipack (opens in new tab) – was £26.99, now £15.79

Le Creuset Heart Collection (opens in new tab) – was £169.99, now £119.00

Philips Series 5000 Beard and Stubble Trimmer (opens in new tab) – was £57.14, now £56.80

Glengoyne 10 Year Old Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky (opens in new tab) – was £29,99, now £26.99

L'Oreal Men Expert Gentleman's Wash Bag 3-Piece (opens in new tab) – was £29.99, now £14.36

Ghost Eau De Toilette for Women (opens in new tab) – was £27.99, now £22.98

Paul Smith London Eau De Parfum (opens in new tab)– was £25.99, now £20.95

View more Valentine's Day gift ideas at Amazon (opens in new tab)

As well as the Valentine's Day store, you'll also find a dedicated store for Galentine's Day (opens in new tab), and one for Palentine's Day (opens in new tab).

Alternatively, why not give some Hue bulbs as a gift this year to transform the ambience of any room with a simple voice command?

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