Echo Dot price drops to $29.99 in Memorial Day 2022 sale

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If you check out the Amazon device deals page right now, practically everything is on sale. From Echo Dot price discounts and Fire TV Sticks to Echo Show smart displays and more. Even the new Alexa Smart Thermostat is on sale at an all-time low price.

What you might not know, however, there are a bunch of Amazon device deals that the retailer is hiding from that popular page. We have no idea why that’s the case. One good example is the Fire TV Stick 4K Max, which has a huge $20 discount if you use the coupon code ADDFTV (see Amazon’s terms and conditions page for eligibility details).

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Even better than that is a great deal on Amazon’s most popular Alexa speaker ever. In fact, Amazon’s Echo Dot price for Memorial Day 2022 is the lowest we’ve seen since Black Friday last year!

Best sure to check out our full guide to all the best Memorial Day 2022 sales for even more terrific deals

Echo Dot price discount for Memorial Day 2022

Amazon Echo Dot on a shelf
Amazon Echo Dot on a shelf

There’s a very good chance that Amazon will never release actual device sales figures. But according to just about every market research company out there, the 3rd-generation Echo Dot is Amazon’s best-selling Alexa speaker ever.

Needless to say, that also makes it the single best-selling smart speaker ever.

Alexa has become ubiquitous these days. So many people rely on Amazon’s virtual personal assistant. Alexa can answer questions, control smart home gadgets, set reminders, and so much more. And there’s one universal truth for any Alexa user: You can never have too many Echo speakers.

Are you looking for a good opportunity to stock up on a few more Alexa speakers to use in your home or office? Today is definitely the perfect day to stock up. Echo Dots can be had for just $29.99 each right now.

That’s the lowest Echo Dot price since Black Friday 2021. It’s also probably the best deal we’ll see until Prime Day 2022.

Also of note, the newer 4th-generation Echo Dot is on sale as well. You can save $45 if you get the Echo Dot & Echo Auto bundle, or just get the Echo Dot 4th Gen alone for $34.99.

As a reminder, the Echo Auto is easily one of the best Alexa gadgets Amazon has ever made. It adds hands-free Alexa to your car so you can access all those Alexa skills and stream music. It’s awesome, and this bundle deal is a great opportunity to save money.

Of course, plenty of people out there just want to score a new Alexa speaker for as little as possible. If that’s the case, definitely pick up an Echo Dot or two while the price is so low.

Echo Dot 3rd-Gen fast facts

The 3rd-gen Echo Dot price cut is great, but this is a smart buy even at full retail. Here’s what you need to know:

  • Amazon’s 3rd-generation Echo Dot is believed to be the #1 best-selling Alexa smart speaker of all time!

  • This is the Alexa speaker that really started the Alexa voice assistant revolution

  • It’s Amazon’s most compact Alexa smart speaker ever

  • Fits perfectly in tight spaces or on your counter without taking up too much room

  • Features loud, rich sound and a sleek fabric design

  • You can even pair two Echo Dots together for stereo sound

  • Ask Alexa questions or give voice commands from anywhere in the room

  • Ask Alexa to play music, read the news, check the weather, set alarms, control compatible smart home devices, and so much more

  • Stream songs from Amazon Music Unlimited, Spotify, Apple Music, Sirius XM, and other popular services

  • Turn on your lights, lock your doors, control the temperature in your house, and more

  • A hands-free calling feature lets you chat with your friends and family without touching your smartphone

  • Alexa has thousands of skills and nearly all of them are accessible with the Echo Dot

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