Black Friday isn't here yet but nobody told Amazon's UK deal masters, with the first hot discounts appearing on the company's own Alexa-enabled hardware. More will surely follow, but right now you can save up to £30 on a range of devices if you already have access to Alexa.
Up to £30 off
Amazon UK is starting Black Friday early with these exclusive deals on Fire TV and Echo hardware. All you have to do is ask Alexa to order it for you.
First up is the Fire TV Stick 4K with the included Alexa Voice Remote. It's the best Fire TV Stick ever made and right now you can snag one for £29.99, a cool £20 off the regular list price. Not only does it give you Amazon's content library in up to 4K resolution, but now you also have access to the Apple TV app, too, alongside all the other staples such as Netflix and BBC iPlayer.
Black Friday is also one of the best times of the year to get yourself a new Amazon Echo, and before the big event kicks off you can already made stellar savings on the Echo Show 5. The smaller of the display-enabled Alexa products is down to just £49.99, a £30 saving on its regular price and you even get the choice of white or black. These little displays make a perfect addition to any room and give your Alexa experience a whole new dimension.
Rounding out the early deals is a £10 saving on the Echo Input, dropping it to an umissable £14.99. The Echo Input is the one to get if you already have a great sound system at home that you wish was a little smarter. Hook up this little puck and add Alexa smarts to the speakers you already own!
To order any of these products at their discounted prices simply ask Alexa to order each of them as follows:
- "Alexa, order a Fire TV Stick 4K."
- "Alexa, order a black/white Echo Show 5."
- "Alexa, order a white Echo Input."
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