Amazon launches pre-Black Friday Alexa-exclusive deals

Just ask "Alexa, what are your deals?"

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Mariella Moon
November 18th, 2016
Amazon launches pre-Black Friday Alexa-exclusive deals

If you're doing some pre-Black Friday shopping this weekend from Amazon, you may as well take advantage of the website's Alexa-exclusive deals. So long as you're down for some voice shopping, you can grab nice items at a discount starting today until November 21st. Simply ask "Alexa, what are your deals?" through one of the company's speakers (Echo, Echo Dot or Tap), the Fire TV or the Fire HD tablet. It sounds like different items will be up for grabs on different days and times, so you'll have to check every now and then.

These are some of the most notable deals, though:
  • Save $50 on an Amazon Tap – say, "Alexa, order an Amazon Tap"
  • Save $80 on a 32-inch Samsung 1080p LED TV – say, "Alexa, order a Samsung TV"
  • Save $30 on a Sphero Star Wars BB-8 App controlled robot – say, "Alexa, order a Star Wars robot"
  • Save $15 on a Philips Hue LED Starter Kit with 2 Bulbs & Hue Bridge Hub - works with Amazon Alexa – say, "Alexa, order a Hue Starter Kit"
  • Save $80 on Beyerdynamic Limited Edition Headphones – say, "Alexa, order studio headphones"
  • Save $130 on a 10-piece All-Clad stainless steel cookware set – say, "Alexa, order an All-Clad cookware set"
  • Save $10 on LEGO Classic Large Creative Brick Box – say, "Alexa, order a Lego Classic Brick Box."
  • Save 30% on a 48-pack of Amazon Basics AA batteries – say, "Alexa, order AA batteries"
  • Save 35% on Lindt Lindor Milk Chocolate Truffles – say, "Alexa, order Lindor truffles"
You can also check out the official Deals site if you need to see the items before getting them. Amazon says the website will also launch some Alexa-exclusive deals for Black Friday and Cyber Monday, so keep an eye out for those, as well.
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