Pick up an Echo Spot smart display for $90 (31% off); Echo and smart plug bundles start at $27

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Pick up an Echo Spot smart display for $90 (31% off); Echo and smart plug bundles start at $27
If you're looking for a great deal on a smart display, Newegg has one for you (via Android Police). The online retailer has the Amazon Echo Spot is priced at only $89.99 thanks to a coupon code that knocks $40 off of the price. That is a discount of nearly 31%. To access that price cut, use the coupon code of NEFPCA79 when checking out. The Echo Dot features a 2.5-inch display and allows you to view song lyrics, weather forecasts, news flashes and more. You can use the front-facing camera to make video calls, and the headphone jack or Bluetooth can be employed to connect the Echo Spot to other devices. Since it is an Echo device, it comes with virtual digital assistant Alexa allowing users to stream music, control smart appliances, get sports and stock updates, set alarms, timers and more.

Android Police also discovered a bundle deal on the third-generation Amazon Echo Dot together with a smart Wi-Fi plug. Normally priced at $73 for the pair, you can pick up this bundle for $27 from Best Buy. The Echo Dot is available in Charcoal, Sandstone, and Heather Gray for $22 on sale from the usual $49.99. And the purchase of select Echo devices from Best Buy triggers a $17.99 discount on the TP-link smart plug, normally priced at $22.99. The smart plug allows users to control any device plugged into it through an app on a connected device.

Besides the Echo Dot, the TP-link smart plug can be purchased for $5 if you buy the second-generation Amazon Echo for $49.99, $50 or half off the regular price. Or you can pay $69.99 and save $50 (or 42%) on a second-generation Echo in Dark Wood Walnut, or Light Wood Oak.

This might be a good time for you to finally take the plunge and join the growing numbers of smart speaker and smart display owners.

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