Prime Big Deal Days: Score 56% Off Amazon’s Echo Show 5 & Give Your Home a ‘Big Upgrade’ for Less


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Prime Big Deal Days is finally here and Amazon has dropped sales on hot-ticketed items such as laptops and Prime Video channels. Among some of the best Prime Big Deal Days discounts we discovered is the Amazon Echo Show 5, which is regularly $90, but is currently being offered for just $40 — meaning it’s more than half off!

Whether you know what you want or you’re still building your Prime Day wish list, make sure this tech item is at the top of your must-haves list. Not only does it act as a source for checking the time, day and weather, but you can also stream music, TV shows and movies just by asking Alexa.

The sleek and compact design features rounded edges you can easily display on your counter, storage cabinet, nightstand or even in your college dorm. The screen comes with an HD display and stereo for watching and listening to music. It’s also compatible with Prime Video, Netflix, Hulu and more — just download your desired apps in the app store (or ask Alexa). Music streamers including Amazon Music, Spotify and Apple Music are also available, so you can listen to 1989 (Taylor’s Version) however you prefer.

That’s not the only Echo Show device on sale either, the Echo Show 8 is also 54% off and comes with a wide range of features all for $60 (reg. $130).

Keep reading to shop the deals.

Buy: Echo Show 5 (3rd Gen, 2023) $39.99

Combine style and smart home tech with the Echo Show 5. Right now, you can score it for 56% off, which drops it down to a wallet-friendly $40 price. The device is available in three shades: charcoal, glacier white and cloud blue that you can customize to your home decor. It’s also compact enough to sit on your counter or desk without making things look cluttered.

One reviewer even described it as a “big upgrade” for their home as it brings entertainment, music and more in one compact device.

Disney fans can take advantage of an exclusive bundle that includes the device and a Mickey Mouse-shaped stand, which is being discounted for less than $75.

Buy: Echo Show 8 (2nd Gen, 2021) $59.99

The Echo Show 8 currently has a rating of 4.7 stars — and that’s with more than 63,000 people giving it five stars. You can choose between two shades: charcoal gray or glacier white, which will give it a framed style. Shoppers can’t stop praising the sound quality, user-friendly setup and its ability to monitor your home when you’re out. One reviewer loves it so much they wrote, “We have one in just about every room of the house.”

You can also sleep soundly with its security features, including its ability to connect to Ring Doorbells (which also have slashed Prime Big Deal Days prices) and the option to look through its camera to see live activity in your home.

Prefer to own the latest version? The Echo Show 8 (3rd Gen) is available for preorder right now for $150.

Looking to save on even more? Amazon has even more tech deals going on now including special Star Wars bundles with the Echo Dot, but don’t wait too long as the deals are already selling out.

For more product recommendations, check out our roundups of the best cookware deals, robot vacuum deals and mattress sales.

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