Like all Amazon devices, thesmart display goes on sale a lot. Normally $90, it often gets marked down to $70 or $60. Twice, it sold for $50. That makes this an historic occasion: For a limited time, and while supplies last, Prime subscribers can get the . But, wait, there’s more.
If you have an Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Card or Amazon Prime Store Card (and use it for this purchase), you’ll save an extra 10% in the form of cash back. That brings your net total down to an even lower all-time-low of $40.50.
Don’t have one of those cards? Now’s the time to apply: Prime subscribers will getwhen signing up for the Amazon Prime Rewards Visa.
Just to keep things interesting, Prime subscribers also have the option to buy the. (That’ll be your price at checkout; the on-page bundle price shows $124.98, which is what you’d normally pay.) However, I don’t see the 10% cash-back option here.
With it’s 5.5-inch screen, the Show 5 might be better suited to your nightstand than to, say, a kitchen counter, though take note that some may find the display a little bright, even at its lowest setting. Read CNET’sto learn more.
By the way, the, though at $105 it’s far from its lowest price — and there’s no 10% bonus for using your Prime Visa. Stay tuned on that and other Echo Show models, as I’m quite certain Prime Day will bring better deals.
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