Amazon Echo Show + TP Link Wifi Smart Plug HS100 - £109.99 @ Amazon Prime Day
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Amazon Echo Show + TP Link Wifi Smart Plug HS100 - £109.99 @ Amazon Prime Day

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Found 16th JulEdited by:"BargainBaptist"
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Cheaper if you add them both separately @ £99.29
garriec7 m ago

Cheaper if you add them both separately @ £99.29


How when the show is £99.99 on its own?
It's true...£10 cheaper if. You add the items separately
You can do it for the echo dot, normal echo, the show etc. You are getting the plus free and a few pence cheaper
jediross1 m ago

How when the show is £99.99 on its own?


See my deal here and follow the same instructions. Just add both the base Deal of the Day separately.

hotukdeals.com/com…687
And student15 code worked for me too, thanks
Oh, just ordered Echo Show on its own for £99 (-£15 with STUDEN15 discount) :-/
I wonder if I cancel and order this deal will STUDENT15 code work again?
danilovesky8 m ago

Oh, just ordered Echo Show on its own for £99 (-£15 with STUDEN15 d …Oh, just ordered Echo Show on its own for £99 (-£15 with STUDEN15 discount) :-/I wonder if I cancel and order this deal will STUDENT15 code work again?


No don't think so, I think it will only allow you to use the deal once. I've been stung by that before so am presuming it's the same.
danilovesky6 m ago

Oh, just ordered Echo Show on its own for £99 (-£15 with STUDEN15 d …Oh, just ordered Echo Show on its own for £99 (-£15 with STUDEN15 discount) :-/I wonder if I cancel and order this deal will STUDENT15 code work again?


Yup you can.
danilovesky11 m ago

Oh, just ordered Echo Show on its own for £99 (-£15 with STUDEN15 d …Oh, just ordered Echo Show on its own for £99 (-£15 with STUDEN15 discount) :-/I wonder if I cancel and order this deal will STUDENT15 code work again?


Code is once use only. dont do it!
I cancelled an order, and the student discount was reapplied.
iduno8735 m ago

I cancelled an order, and the student discount was reapplied.


Thank you for the info!
It also worked for me: cancelled and ordered again -- student15 code was automatically to the basket, so all went smoothly.
The only "catch" -- that estimate delivery for Echo Show is this Saturday... But I am not in a hurry
Edited by: "danilovesky" 16th Jul
Which sounds best this or the echo
matengawhat17 m ago

Which sounds best this or the echo


All the reviews I read/watched say Show sounds the best in the whole Echo lineup of devices.
I've got one of these > amazon.co.uk/Blu…ver

which I use to connect one of my Echo Dot's too, all these Echo devices have Bluetooth. I find it incredible I can pair it up with that receiver and just command which songs play by asking Alexa. That receiver is 100% reliable, you just have to remember to switch it off when you're not using the speaker otherwise the Echo device will automatically be routing the audio through it. Dead easy to use. When it's on Echo device uses it, when it's off the Echo device uses it's own speaker. There's other recievers with better BT support such as AptX I haven't checked if Echo devices support AptX though. I just know this receiver works for me.
fishmaster21 m ago

I've got one of these > …I've got one of these > https://www.amazon.co.uk/Bluetooth-Streaming-Wireless-Receiver-Speakers/dp/B01CZVCYU0/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid=1531774397&sr=8-5&keywords=bluetooth+recieverwhich I use to connect one of my Echo Dot's too, all these Echo devices have Bluetooth. I find it incredible I can pair it up with that receiver and just command which songs play by asking Alexa. That receiver is 100% reliable, you just have to remember to switch it off when you're not using the speaker otherwise the Echo device will automatically be routing the audio through it. Dead easy to use. When it's on Echo device uses it, when it's off the Echo device uses it's own speaker. There's other recievers with better BT support such as AptX I haven't checked if Echo devices support AptX though. I just know this receiver works for me.


Do you have any noticeable lag/skips? I have a similar setup, but rarely use it because of ~1sec audio drop in the beginning of every audio stream (buffering? bluetooth wakeup?). Ended up just connecting line-out of Echo Dot to a receiver when I plan to listen to music...
fishmaster25 m ago

I've got one of these > …I've got one of these > https://www.amazon.co.uk/Bluetooth-Streaming-Wireless-Receiver-Speakers/dp/B01CZVCYU0/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid=1531774397&sr=8-5&keywords=bluetooth+recieverwhich I use to connect one of my Echo Dot's too, all these Echo devices have Bluetooth. I find it incredible I can pair it up with that receiver and just command which songs play by asking Alexa. That receiver is 100% reliable, you just have to remember to switch it off when you're not using the speaker otherwise the Echo device will automatically be routing the audio through it. Dead easy to use. When it's on Echo device uses it, when it's off the Echo device uses it's own speaker. There's other recievers with better BT support such as AptX I haven't checked if Echo devices support AptX though. I just know this receiver works for me.



We need a speaker that has a USB power port on it that when the speaker goes into standby it cuts power to the USB port thus disabling the Bluetooth. Even Bluetooth speakers aren't great with the echo, it's much better to get the big Echo because then it just works and you don't need to worry about power consumption of a speaker that's left on, its just a shame the sound quality sounds like the speaker is made of wet cardboard.
Edited by: "malhal" 16th Jul
Can anyone use the 15% student discount?
Same here.... can anybody use the 15% off as it does not work for me!!!
Guess can't get them for 99 anymore?
A bit worrying to see no Retailers even bothering to challenge Amazons prime day with their own deals. Now Tesco direct have gone will they concentrate on putting all the other big online retailers out of business, most likely and what happens when theres little or no real opposition.
Showing as £117.48 for me, sadly.34391879-I8R8g.jpg
It's cheaper to buy the bundle - that only costs £109.99.
danilovesky16th Jul

Do you have any noticeable lag/skips? I have a similar setup, but rarely …Do you have any noticeable lag/skips? I have a similar setup, but rarely use it because of ~1sec audio drop in the beginning of every audio stream (buffering? bluetooth wakeup?). Ended up just connecting line-out of Echo Dot to a receiver when I plan to listen to music...


No it works fine, not had an issue, just have to remember to switch it off when I don't want the audio routed through the hifi, if the hifi is off then I won't hear Alexa's replies.
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