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Starting on Dec. 11 (while supplies last), you can get an Amazon Echo Dot for just $0.99. Yep, you read that right. Amazon's massive promotion is back and has brought the Echo Dot's price down to what you'd see at a dollar store -- and we have all of the details.
Shoppers can snag the smart speaker for $1 when they buy a one-month subscription to Amazon Music. For Prime members, that subscription comes out to $7.99, while for non-Prime members it's $9.99. So if we do the math on that deal, Prime users are getting one-month of unlimited access to over 50 million songs and an Echo Dot for under $9 and non-Prime users are getting the same deal for under $11!
Beyond millions of songs to listen to, Amazon Music is always ad-free, gives you unlimited skips, has hands-free listening with Alexa and you can listen to your favorite songs on all of your devices. Talk about music to our ears... And while after your first month, your subscription will auto-renew for $9.99 per month, you can cancel or change anytime.
We've been fans of the Echo Dot for ages, thanks to its rich sound and compact look. You can think of it as the traditional Amazon Echo's mini-me, with pretty much the same capabilities, just smaller and more affordable. The Echo Dot has Alexa, Amazon's personal assistant, built right in too, so you can ask your device what the weather is outside, to set a kitchen timer, to play music and a ton more (your Alexa can even help you host during the holidays).
With over 65,000 reviews and over four and half stars out of five, it's not too difficult to figure out what people love so much about the device.
One Amazon reviewer shared that they "cannot say enough about this amazon echo dot. It is WONDERFUL. Loud, crisp, and knows my voice so well." While another declared, "I'm in love with this little guy," calling out its "unending entertainment and usefulness."
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