No Joke, Amazon Prime Members Can Get an Echo Dot for $0.99 Right Now
Prime members can get unlimited music streaming and one of Amazon’s wildly popular smart home devices for under $10
Amazon launched a crazy good Prime member-exclusive discount on its Echo Dot, marking it down to just $0.99 when you sign up for Amazon Music Unlimited for $7.99. The limited-time sale takes an impressive 98 percent off the Echo Dot, which typically retails for $49.99, and you’ll get one of the retailer’s most popular devices of all time, plus unlimited music streaming for just $9.
Non-members can also get in on the savings. While they’ll have to pay $2 extra for the monthly subscription, the $10.98 bundle deal is still incredibly affordable. They can also choose to sign up for a free 30-day Prime trial to become eligible for the cheaper offer.
Buy It! Echo Dot (3rd Generation) with One Month of Amazon Music Unlimited, $8.98 for Prime members ($10.98 for non-members); amazon.com
The insanely good deal is only available to new subscribers and will automatically renew each month, so if you don’t end up loving the subscription service, just be sure to unsubscribe before you’re charged again for the next month — though, if the over 113,000 positive reviews are any indication, you’re probably going to love it.
Over 93,000 Amazon shoppers gave the streaming service a five-star review, calling it an “audiophile’s dream,” “an incredible service,” and “a must for music lovers.” Fans are quick to point out that with offline listening, access on all of your devices, and an over 50 million song library, the subscription quickly pays for itself.
The versatile third generation Echo Dot has earned an almost equally impressive number of five-star reviews — 59,027 to be exact. The voice-controlled device doubles as a speaker, and makes it easy to listen to music, stream entertainment, make phone calls, ask Alexa questions, and much more. Reviewers love its endless uses, and call it a “great personal assistant” and “the best speaker for under $50.”
Considering the smart speaker’s $50 price tag, you might as well try the streaming service — even if you weren’t really in the market for one. You’ve got almost nothing (just $11) to lose!