Big-box retailer Amazon is selling its own $1 in-store store loyalty program for the Amazon Alexa smart home speaker, and the $300 price tag is a big deal for the device.
The $300 Amazon Echo Dot will ship in September, and it will be available for $150 on Amazon.com, Amazon’s online store, and Amazon Prime.
It comes in two models: one for $149 and one for an extra $29.99.
The Echo Dot’s Alexa-enabled remote controls the Alexa voice assistant, and you can also control the speakers using the Echo Spot’s wireless remote, Amazon said.
The Alexa Dot is the company’s first smart home home speaker that sells directly to consumers, according to a company blog post announcing the deal.
Amazon says it’s also offering a $299 Amazon Echo Pro, a $399 Amazon Echo Spot, and a $499 Amazon Echo.
Amazon also announced it will sell the Echo Dot for $129 on October 14.
The company also announced that the $1.99 price is a one-time offer, and that if you want to buy a second Echo Dot, you’ll have to pay $99 more for the Echo Pro or Echo Spot.
You can buy the Echo Dots for $99 on Amazon and Amazon.co.uk and on the company website.
Amazon’s Alexa Echo Dot has a 12-hour battery life.
The Dot is also available in two different color options: gold and silver.
Amazon has also announced plans to add a new Alexa device that will give voice commands for more of the company as it expands into more areas of the home.
You won’t have to buy the second Echo Spot for the $249 Amazon Echo Dot to make it a smart home device.
Amazon is also offering $199 for a new Echo Dot if you buy the Amazon Echo Smart home speaker.
The device is compatible with Amazon Alexa, but it’s not clear how well it will work with other smart home speakers.
Amazon Echo devices are available for purchase on Amazon for $299, the company said.