amazon deals: save up to 45% off echo speakers and fire tv devices

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In the mood for a bargain? Amazon is offering big discounts on top tech, including some of our favourite Fire TV streaming devices and Echo smart speakers.

Right now, there's 40% off the five-star Echo Dot (4th Generation) smart speaker which combines Alexa voice controls with surprisingly detailed sound. Normally £50, it's now down to £30 (that's £5 cheaper than Amazon's Spring sale deal).

On a tight budget? Amazon has also slashed 45% off the last-gen Echo Dot (3rd Generation) (was £40, now £22). It might not be the latest and greatest, but it still delivers a boatload of smart voice functionality for very little money.

amazon deals: save up to 45% off echo speakers and fire tv devices

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Amazon Echo Dot (4th Gen) £50 £30 at Amazon (save £20) Amazon's ball-shaped smart speaker is arguably its best-value Echo device yet. It's compact enough to fit into any room and the sound is decent for the size. At just £30, it's an absolute steal.

If it's entertainment you seek, why not take advantage of 30% off the five-star Fire TV Stick 4K (was £50, now £35). With support for Dolby Vision, HDR, HDR10+ and Dolby Atmos, this model is a great option for those who appreciate picture and sound quality.

Want Amazon's most advanced 4K streamer yet? There's a tempting 27% off the five-star Fire TV Cube, which has shed its usual £110 RRP in favour of a rather more appealing £80 price tag. 

amazon deals: save up to 45% off echo speakers and fire tv devices

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Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K £50 £35 at Amazon (save £15) This 4K video streaming dongle is fantastic value at its normal price of £50, so it's a real bargain at £35 (even cheaper than in was in Amazon Spring sale). It supports Dolby Atmos and HDR, and has all the apps you could wish for.

amazon deals: save up to 45% off echo speakers and fire tv devices

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Amazon Fire TV Cube £110 £80 at Amazon (save £30) This is the fastest and most powerful Fire TV device around. It gets you slicker operation and streaming, and lets you control your soundbar and AV receiver. We've seen it go as low as £60, but this is still a superb discount.

Amazon hasn't stopped there, though. The standard Fire TV Stick is down from £40 to £30, while the entry-level Fire TV Stick Lite can be yours for only £25 (was £30).  

Prefer your smart speakers with a screen? There's £50 off the all-new Fire HD 10 tablet, which was recently crowned a What Hi-Fi? Awards 2021 winner. It launched this year at £150, but you can pick one up for just £100 in the sale. 

Deals end Tuesday 19th October. So if you want an excuse to do your Christmas shopping ahead of time, this seems like a pretty good one. 

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