The Echo Dot drops to cheapest ever price in Prime Early Access deal

Get the Echo Dot (4th gen) for under £20 in this early Prime Day 2 deal

Echo Dot deals, Prime Early Access sale 2022
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It was announced this week that Amazon is running a second Prime Day sale, an event it’s calling, the Prime Early Access sale. Taking place on 11th-12th October 2022, this second Prime Day sale is exclusive to Prime members and designed to give shoppers a chance to get cheap prices on bestselling products for the festive season.

Amazon is already running early deals in preparation for this event, and we’ve been seeing brilliant price drops on a range of products, including low prices on Amazon devices. The best deal we’ve found so far is on the Echo Dot (4th generation) which is now available at its cheapest ever price.

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Originally priced at £49.99, the Echo Dot (4th gen) is now just £19.99, saving shoppers £30 (60%) on this impressive smart speaker.

Regarded as one of the best smart speakers on the market, the Echo Dot (4th gen) is the perfect addition to your smart home, with Alexa voice control, HD audio and access to all your favourite apps. Read our Echo Dot (4th gen) review for all the specs.

If you’re an Amazon or Alexa fan, there are tons of early offers for you to take advantage of on Echo, Fire, Blink, Ring and Kindle devices. Deals include up to 42% off on Echo Show devices and selected Fire tablets, as well as up to 27% off on Kindle e-readers

Keep reading for more information on this Echo Dot (4th gen) deal, plus other Echo smart speaker discounts that you can shop right now. P.S. If you’re interested in more Prime Day 2 offers, check out our best Prime Day deals guide and get ready for Black Friday with the best Black Friday deals.

Echo Dot (4th gen): was £49.99, now £19.99 at Amazon

Echo Dot (4th gen): was £49.99, now £19.99 at Amazon
Get 60% off the Echo Dot (4th gen) in this early Prime Day 2 / Black Friday deal. This popular smart speaker can stream songs, control other smart home devices, check the news, set alarms, make calls, and much more. It’s easy to use with Alexa voice commands and has multiple levels of privacy control for ease of mind. Available in Charcoal or Glacier White.

Echo Dot (3rd gen): was £39.99, now £16.99 at Amazon

Echo Dot (3rd gen): was £39.99, now £16.99 at Amazon
The previous generation of the Echo Dot, the Echo Dot (3rd gen) is now £16.99 at Amazon. This petite smart speaker delivers crisp rich audio and can connect to various apps, like Amazon Music, Spotify, Audible and more. It has a puck-like size compared to the 4th generation which is better for smaller rooms or people with minimal space. Only available in Charcoal Fabric.

Echo Dot with Clock (4th gen): was £59.99, now £29.99 at Amazon

Echo Dot with Clock (4th gen): was £59.99, now £29.99 at Amazon
Like the Echo Dot (4th gen) but with a clock! Now just £29.99 (half price), the Echo Dot with Clock has the same features, functions and power as the standard 4th gen version but comes with an LED clock display. Only available in Glacier White. See the main differences in our Echo Dot (4th gen) and Echo Dot with Clock review.

Bethan Girdler-Maslen
Home Editor

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