This $14.99 Amazon Echo is an early Prime Day bargain

Get the Amazon Echo Input for its lowest ever price

Amazon Echo Prime Day deals
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Amazon Prime Day doesn't start until Monday July 15 but someone at the company didn't get the memo because the Amazon Echo Input just became available for its lowest price ever. 

Usually retailing for $34.99, and occasionally dropping down to $19.99, as of today you can order the Echo Input for just $14.99, saving a sweet $20.00.

That special deal is time-limited according to Amazon and you'll need to be a Prime Member to be able to take advantage of it. If you're not already a Prime member you can get a free 30-day trial using the link below, which means it will still be valid over the July 15 and July 16 Prime Day period so you'll be able to snap up even more awesome deals like this one before your trial runs out.

The Echo Input is a very cool device that turns pretty much any existing speaker into an Alexa-powered smart speaker. Simply connect it to the speaker using a 3.5 mm audio cable or Bluetooth and then you can ask Alexa to tell you the weather forecast, read the news or stream music from Amazon Music, Apple Music, Spotify, Pandora, SiriusXM, and more.

Echo Input | Normally $34.99 | You pay $14.99

Echo Input | Normally $34.99 | You pay $14.99
This is the cheapest price that we have EVER seen the Echo Input going for and we can't really imagine it being any cheaper on Prime Day itself. Amazon says this is a "time-limited deal" but doesn't say when the deal ends, so you might want to hurry if you want to take advantage of the offer.

If you're more about Google Home smart speakers than Amazon Echo speakers, then you'll be pleased to know that right now Walmart has a sale on a number of Google Home speakers and Nest cameras.

We've also detailed more current Amazon Echo prices below.

Paul Douglas
Global Digital Editorial Strategy Director, Future

Paul Douglas is Global Digital Editorial Strategy Director at Future and has worked in publishing for over 25 years. He worked in print for over 10 years on various computing titles including .net magazine and the Official Windows Magazine before moving to in 2008, eventually becoming Global Editor-in-Chief for the brand, overseeing teams in the US, UK and Australia. Following that, Paul has been Global Editor-in-Chief of BikeRadar and T3 (not at the same time) and later Content Director working on T3, TechRadar and Tom's Guide. In 2021, Paul also worked on the launches of and PetsRadar.