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Amazon Echo £129.99 For Select Amazon Customers
Amazon Echo £129.99 For Select Amazon Customers

Amazon Echo £129.99 For Select Amazon Customers

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Your exclusive offer on Amazon Echo: £20 off with promo code ECHOMUSIC20. Valid until March 9th, 9am GMT. Terms apply.

*** You should see the above message on the product page if you are eligible. Make sure you're signed in! ***

There's no indication of the eligibility criteria. I can confirm I am a Prime member but not an Amazon Music Unlimited customer. I have also purchased an Echo in the past and streamed some free music from Amazon Prime Music.

I apologise for wasting your time if you're not eligible! Thanks for looking, and hopefully you'll be invited in the future.

Item description

Amazon Echo is a hands-free speaker you control with your voice. Echo connects to the Alexa Voice Service to play music, provide information, news, sports scores, weather and more. Prime members can also ask Alexa to order eligible products they've ordered before and many Prime products. All you have to do is ask.

Echo has seven microphones and beam-forming technology so it can hear you from across the room—even in noisy environments or while playing music. Echo is also an expertly tuned speaker that can fill any room with 360° immersive sound. When you want to use Echo, just say the wake word "Alexa" and Echo responds. If you have more than one Echo or Echo Dot, Alexa responds intelligently from the device you're closest to with ESP (Echo Spatial Perception).

T&Cs

How to redeem this promotion
Step 1 - Add a black or white Amazon Echo to your basket and click "Proceed to Checkout".

Step 2 - At checkout, enter the code ECHOMUSIC20 into the field "Gift Cards + Promotional Codes".

Step 3 - In the box "Order Summary" the text "Discount applied” will appear, reducing the price of your Amazon Echo by £20.

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This Promotion is only open for selected customers who have received the code via email or see it on the detail page when they are signed in to their Amazon account.

This Promotion entitles you to £20 off an Amazon Echo (a “Qualifying Item”) when using the code ECHOMUSIC20 (“Promotional Code”).

This Promotion starts at 09:00 am GMT on 6 March 2017 and ends at 9:00 am GMT on 9 March 2017 ("Promotional Period").

You may use the Promotional Code to purchase a Qualifying Item at the reduced price from Amazon.co.uk during the Promotional Period.

This Promotion does not apply to Amazon Echo Dot.

This Promotion is limited to one Promotional Code per customer.

This Promotion may not be combined with other offers. The Promotional Code is non-transferable, non-exchangeable and is not for resale.

The Promotion does not apply to purchases from third party sellers at Amazon.co.uk’s Marketplace or any of Amazon.co.uk’s Trusted Partner sites, or from any other Amazon websites.

Cancellation of an order of a Qualifying Item means the Promotion will cease to apply to that particular order. If a Qualifying Item is returned then Amazon will, subject to the returns policy, refund the discounted price rather than the usual price.

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Original Poster

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if only this worked on the echo dot
still a good discount

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robodan918

if only this worked on the echo dot still a good discount


Agree, I'm after a Dot too! Already have an Echo from the original launch offer, don't need another one.

Code doesn't work for me and I have Prime.

so like most eBay supposed deals, account specific. So not a deal

Code appears to work for me (I have Prime).
Edited by: "DJDunk" 6th Mar

Original Poster

northwales

so like most eBay supposed deals, account specific. So not a deal


Wrong. It's a deal... to those that it applies to.
Unfortunately I have no way to determine how many people will be eligible, so should I not post the deal because of this? Potentially making some eligible people miss out.
I'm sorry if you can't get the deal. If you can post some information about your Amazon status, perhaps it could help me determine criteria and update the descriptions. E.g. Are you a Prime member? Have you ever used Amazon Music?
I did also put "For Select Customers" in the title to ensure there was no confusion about this fact.
Edited by: "jazlabs" 6th Mar

SuperEd

Good discount, shows for me also (Prime member)

Use mine daily - Thanks OP

I have the same ad on the bar so assume it works for me

Doesn't work on the dot. I've no need for an echo though

Works for me (I have Prime) - thanks and heated.

The promo has been offered to me (I'm a Prime member). I've been waiting for an offer on the Echo, cheers!

Is it worth buying? Looked, before but not sure as I don't know anyone with one. Sound quality? And does anyone really use the voice activated stuff?

Original Poster

effpee

Works for me (I have Prime) - thanks and heated.


Thanks for the heat and the confirmation. Hope you like your Echo, if you purchased!

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tigers66

Is it worth buying? Looked, before but not sure as I don't know anyone … Is it worth buying? Looked, before but not sure as I don't know anyone with one. Sound quality? And does anyone really use the voice activated stuff?


Hi. I'd say it is definitely a tech 'gimmick' with some genuine uses. Since I have quite a lot of connected devices (Philips Hue, SmartThings, Logitech Harmony, Nest) we actually use it a lot to control these things. We also use the 'shopping list' functionality to keep a household shopping list (synced to Todoist). Timer is also used a lot in our house. The sound quality is actually very good, even though I have a mid-range AVR system in the same room, the Mrs is happy asking Alexa to play music instead as its more convenient. I'm sure more useful Skills will also come in the future.

jazlabs

Hi. I'd say it is definitely a tech 'gimmick' with some genuine uses. … Hi. I'd say it is definitely a tech 'gimmick' with some genuine uses. Since I have quite a lot of connected devices (Philips Hue, SmartThings, Logitech Harmony, Nest) we actually use it a lot to control these things. We also use the 'shopping list' functionality to keep a household shopping list (synced to Todoist). Timer is also used a lot in our house. The sound quality is actually very good, even though I have a mid-range AVR system in the same room, the Mrs is happy asking Alexa to play music instead as its more convenient. I'm sure more useful Skills will also come in the future.


Sounds like it's far more than just a gimmick to you

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paul_merton

Sounds like it's far more than just a gimmick to you


Very true, but I think what I mean is that I could happily (and easily) control things without voice control, but there's something satisfying about asking our "PA", Alexa, to do it for us!

MMM.. tempted, I have the offer on checking my account, reviews are pretty good, the only smart technology in my house is the tv, have a smart meter but not hive.
Will take the dog for a walk and think about it, and probably ask my wife later. Online reviews are good.

Original Poster

tigers66

MMM.. tempted, I have the offer on checking my account, reviews are … MMM.. tempted, I have the offer on checking my account, reviews are pretty good, the only smart technology in my house is the tv, have a smart meter but not hive. Will take the dog for a walk and think about it, and probably ask my wife later. Online reviews are good.


I think a key decision point on this is whether you think you will use it to play music through. If you just want voice control, or a new 'gadget' then the Dot is the much cheaper option. If you were thinking at all about getting a Bluetooth speaker, then this would definitely be a much better (dare I say "future ready"?) way to spend your money.

tigers66

Is it worth buying? Looked, before but not sure as I don't know anyone … Is it worth buying? Looked, before but not sure as I don't know anyone with one. Sound quality? And does anyone really use the voice activated stuff?



I was keen to try an Echo back in October, but wasn't sure if it was worth it. I decided to dip my toe in the water and buy the cheaper Echo Dot. I do enjoy using it as it is so convenient. Sometimes I have it in the bedroom and sometimes in the kitchen. I ask it to play music or the radio (it's OK even with the tiny Dot speaker), ask for a news summary, ask about the weather at the weekend or in a different location, to do a calculation, general knowledge questions, ask for a random fact or a joke, the definitions or spellings of words, when and where a certain film is showing nearby, set an alarm, ask what the time is during the night, set a timer for cooking, switch the bedroom Hue light off or dim it, etc. I haven't used it much for controlling the heating system, adding items to shopping lists, to do lists, 7 minute HIIT exercises, rolling a dice for board games, for the nearest coffee shop or Indian restaurant, etc., all of which Alexa is capable of answering. Alexa will listen to you and respond much more of the time than family members do!

Original Poster

accomplish

I was keen to try an Echo back in October, but wasn't sure if it was … I was keen to try an Echo back in October, but wasn't sure if it was worth it. I decided to dip my toe in the water and buy the cheaper Echo Dot. I do enjoy using it as it is so convenient. Sometimes I have it in the bedroom and sometimes in the kitchen. I ask it to play music or the radio (it's OK even with the tiny Dot speaker), ask for a news summary, ask about the weather at the weekend or in a different location, to do a calculation, general knowledge questions, ask for a random fact or a joke, the definitions or spellings of words, when and where a certain film is showing nearby, set an alarm, ask what the time is during the night, set a timer for cooking, switch the bedroom Hue light off or dim it, etc. I haven't used it much for controlling the heating system, adding items to shopping lists, to do lists, 7 minute HIIT exercises, rolling a dice for board games, for the nearest coffee shop or Indian restaurant, etc., all of which Alexa is capable of answering. Alexa will listen to you and respond much more of the time than family members do!


she's a good listener for sure, but I find she often "doesn't have an opinion" on many things! X)

Not working for me and I'm a Prime member.

Currently using an echo dot to control TV (via harmony) and a yeelight. Kodi control is still under deveopment but the Plex stuff is pretty cool, if a bit hit and miss. If you like gadgets and tech its a great plaything.
If you google a bit, you'll see the consensus is usually to save the £80 by buying a dot, and invest in a better quality bluetooth speaker. I send my dot output to my trusty old ysp 1000 soundbar using a 99p bluetooth adapter on my PC!
Edited by: "poolman" 6th Mar

Original Poster

Wow, people on here are mean! Heat diminishing faster than it's growing at the moment.
Guess it can be frustrating when you're not eligible for a deal.
Sorry folks!
Edited by: "jazlabs" 6th Mar

Original Poster

somersetpaul

Not working for me and I'm a Prime member.


Sorry bud hope they let you in the club next time!

poolman

Currently using an echo dot to control TV (via harmony) and a yeelight. … Currently using an echo dot to control TV (via harmony) and a yeelight. Kodi control is still under deveopment but the Plex stuff is pretty cool, if a bit hit and miss. If you like gadgets and tech its a great plaything.If you google a bit, you'll see the consensus is usually to save the £80 by buying a dot, and invest in a better quality bluetooth speaker. I send my dot output to my trusty old ysp 1000 soundbar using a 99p bluetooth adapter on my PC!



Agreed! I do think the full Echo is probably more useful in a kitchen or small bedroom but I own two dots and have each paired to several good Bluetooth speakers as their Bluetooth range is superb (one in the bathroom quite far away works perfectly!) shame the full Echo doesn't have the same features or stereo speakers! It sounds fine but not good enough for me!

I had to sign in again to Amazon and then the offer came up for me but I don't need it.

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patti

I had to sign in again to Amazon and then the offer came up for me but I … I had to sign in again to Amazon and then the offer came up for me but I don't need it.


Thanks for the confirmation. I've now added a "make sure you're signed in" comment to the description just to remind people to check

Your exclusive offer on Amazon Echo: £20 off with promo code ECHOMUSIC20. … Your exclusive offer on Amazon Echo: £20 off with promo code ECHOMUSIC20. Valid until March 9th, 9am GMT

jazlabs

*** You should see the above message on the product page if you are … *** You should see the above message on the product page if you are eligible. ***

jazlabs



http://i1152.photobucket.com/albums/p490/_fanpages/Your%20exclusive%20offer%20on%20Amazon%20Echo%20-%2020%20off%20with%20promo%20code%20ECHOMUSIC20_zps8pa6faip.jpg

"Terms apply":
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£20 off Amazon Echo - Terms and Conditions

How to redeem this promotion

Step 1 - Add a black or white Amazon Echo to your basket and click "Proceed to Checkout".

Step 2 - At checkout, enter the code ECHOMUSIC20 into the field "Gift Cards + Promotional Codes".

Step 3 - In the box "Order Summary" the text "Discount applied” will appear, reducing the price of your Amazon Echo by £20.

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This Promotion is only open for selected customers who have received the code via email or see it on the detail page when they are signed in to their Amazon account.

This Promotion entitles you to £20 off an Amazon Echo (a “Qualifying Item”) when using the code ECHOMUSIC20 (“Promotional Code”).

This Promotion starts at 09:00 am GMT on 6 March 2017 and ends at 9:00 am GMT on 9 March 2017 ("Promotional Period").

You may use the Promotional Code to purchase a Qualifying Item at the reduced price from Amazon.co.uk during the Promotional Period.

This Promotion does not apply to Amazon Echo Dot.

This Promotion is limited to one Promotional Code per customer.

This Promotion may not be combined with other offers. The Promotional Code is non-transferable, non-exchangeable and is not for resale.

The Promotion does not apply to purchases from third party sellers at Amazon.co.uk’s Marketplace or any of Amazon.co.uk’s Trusted Partner sites, or from any other Amazon websites.

Cancellation of an order of a Qualifying Item means the Promotion will cease to apply to that particular order. If a Qualifying Item is returned then Amazon will, subject to the returns policy, refund the discounted price rather than the usual price.

Amazon.co.uk Conditions of Use and Sale, the Amazon Device Terms of Use, the Alexa Terms of Use apply and Promotional Credit Terms and Conditions apply.

If you have any queries please contact us using our online e-mail form.
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Got the promo, but already have 2 of the things, plus a dot.

Original Poster

Your exclusive offer on Amazon Echo: £20 off with promo code ECHOMUSIC20. … Your exclusive offer on Amazon Echo: £20 off with promo code ECHOMUSIC20. Valid until March 9th, 9am GMT

jazlabs

*** You should see the above message on the product page if you are … *** You should see the above message on the product page if you are eligible. ***

jazlabs



Thanks, but:-
Did I miss something? I included all the T&Cs in the description.

jazlabs

Thanks, but:-Did I miss something? I included all the T&Cs in the … Thanks, but:-Did I miss something? I included all the T&Cs in the description.



No, sorry, you didn't; I was just showing what the banner looked like & offered links to all the incidental/complementary terms & conditions.

Original Poster

fanpages

No, sorry, you didn't; I was just showing what the banner looked like & … No, sorry, you didn't; I was just showing what the banner looked like & offered links to all the incidental/complementary terms & conditions.


Cool - yes, useful to have the image of the banner for sure! Thanks.

They might be trying to sell these off before they introduce the Amazon Tap to the UK, initially you had to tap it but they have introduced a handsfree / none tap functionality like the Dot and Echo
amazon.com/dp/…OOM

Annoyed with myself for doubting this when it launched at £99 now I refuse to pay over that so will probably be stuck with dots.

so I'm chatting to amazon live now re the £20 off (I don't have it....boo hoooo)
any question requests? lol

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Schlingel

They might be trying to sell these off before they introduce the Amazon … They might be trying to sell these off before they introduce the Amazon Tap to the UK, initially you had to tap it but they have introduced a handsfree / none tap functionality like the Dot and Echohttps://www.amazon.com/dp/B01BH83OOM



I don't think the Tap is designed to replace the Echo though, both products are still retailing in the US. The Tap is battery powered so I imagine won't have the same audio power output (source needed). Also, enabling the hands-free (no tap) option is going to drain your battery much faster.

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pinkleponkle

Annoyed with myself for doubting this when it launched at £99 now I … Annoyed with myself for doubting this when it launched at £99 now I refuse to pay over that so will probably be stuck with dots.


I knew I'd be in your position if I didn't buy it when it launched. That's why I bought it. I had the same dilemma when the FireTV was 1st launched and regretted it later when it never came back down to launch price.
Worth £129.99 though, we're lucky they haven't actually gone up with exchange rates to be honest.

Original Poster

MRGRINGO

so I'm chatting to amazon live now re the £20 off (I don't have it....boo … so I'm chatting to amazon live now re the £20 off (I don't have it....boo hoooo)any question requests? lol


That's unlucky. Thanks for posting this for the benefit of others.
Maybe if you said you were really keen on subscribing to Amazon Music Unlimited, but without the Echo you don't see the point...

jazlabs

Hi. I'd say it is definitely a tech 'gimmick' with some genuine uses. … Hi. I'd say it is definitely a tech 'gimmick' with some genuine uses. Since I have quite a lot of connected devices (Philips Hue, SmartThings, Logitech Harmony, Nest) we actually use it a lot to control these things. We also use the 'shopping list' functionality to keep a household shopping list (synced to Todoist). Timer is also used a lot in our house. The sound quality is actually very good, even though I have a mid-range AVR system in the same room, the Mrs is happy asking Alexa to play music instead as its more convenient. I'm sure more useful Skills will also come in the future.



Pretty much my experience as well, use mine (Echo + 2 dots) for music / radio, timers, controlling 2 lamps and 1 light, changing heating temp (via a Netatmo thermostat)

well I asked on live chat and tried but the end result was that they say its not an amazon code from their end and possibly a third party seller?????? lol.
never mind. I guess I'm just not in the clique.
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