Save $115 On Amazon Echo Show + Echo Dot + Philips Hue Smart Bulb Bundle [Original Price: $295]

Amazon’s Echo Show is already a pretty great little smart display, especially in this second generation, but right now it’s even better thanks to the inclusion of a free Echo Dot and Philips Hue bulb as part of the deal.

Normally, you would pay around $180 for the Echo Show alone, but right now you can pick up an additional $115-worth of kit for free if you get your order in over on Amazon. The deal includes an Echo Dot in either Charcoal or Sandstone color as well as a free Philips Hue bulb.

Buy: Echo Show (2nd Gen) Charcoal Bundle + Free Echo Dot and Philips Hue Bulb from Amazon: $179.99 | Original price: $295

This bundle contains Echo Show (2nd Gen), Echo Dot (3rd Gen), and Philips Hue bulb.
Premium speakers with Dolby processing let you stream music and books in crisp, stereo sound. With a vibrant 10.1″ HD screen for watching videos, movies, and TV shows—in a new fabric design.
Ask Alexa to see lyrics and album art with Amazon Music. See weather forecasts, calendars, to-do lists, and your favorite playlists.

The Echo Show itself is a wonderful little accessory that is great for kicking off any smart home. Its display means you can make video calls or watch movies and TV shows, while also giving you a way of seeing what your home security cameras can see, too. The included Philips Hue can also be controlled using your new Echo Show.

The Echo Dot is one of our favorite little pucks and getting a free one is almost too good to be true. Put this anywhere in your home and use it to settle debates over who was in that movie you saw the other week, or to listen to music. You can also control your smart home using your voice, too.

This is a great chance to pick up the beginnings of a smart home setup, and with a $115 saving you won’t want to miss out.

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