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Deal alert: Bundle your favourite Amazon devices for just $89


Here's where you can find the exact discount code needed to save on Amazon's Echo Dot and Fire TV Stick Lite, but only for a limited time.

Keen to experiment with smart home devices? Amazon is your go-to.

While the online marketplace offers millions of products from different brands, you can also get your hands on the Amazon devices. Not only are they good, but you've also got a better chance of scoring a killer deal on them.

Right now, if you add both the Echo Dot (3rd Gen) and the Fire TV Stick Lite to your Amazon cart, the total price will be lowered to just $89. The items need to be in one single transaction, and to take advantage of this deal, you need to use the code ECHOFIRETV89 at checkout.

Each of these devices normally retail for $59, so instead of paying $118 for both, you're saving a grand total of $29.

This saving is valid until midnight 31 March. However, this red-hot offer is subject to availability, so if stock runs out, then the deal is gone!

More about Amazon devices

The Echo Dot is a popular voice-controlled speaker that can seriously do it all. Use your voice to turn on lights, adjust thermostats, answer questions, play music, control your TV (and other compatible smart home devices), and so much more.

It even comes with four far-field microphones, so Alexa can hear you from across the room. There's a variety of colours to chose from, including black, white, grey and pink.

On the other hand, Amazon's latest Fire TV Stick offers super fast streaming in full HD. Access all your favourite apps, including Prime Video, YouTube, Disney+, Apple TV, Stan, Netflix and more. It turns your regular TV into a smart TV and all you need to do is plug it in and connect to the Internet to set it up.

Check out even more bargains with our daily round-up of the newest Amazon deals.

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