Best Cyber Monday smart speaker deals: Alexa, Google Home, Sonos, and more

Black Friday has come and gone, but Cyber Monday is on the way. The best deals on smart speakers are still hanging around. If you’re looking for a new smart speaker to power up the audio quality of your favorite devices, this is the time to buy. You can find a Google Home Mini for just $25 at Best Buy. The third-generation Echo Dot is on sale for $35 on Amazon right now, too.

With the maelstrom of offers coming tomorrow on Cyber Monday, you can do all of your holiday shopping from the comfort of home. Digital Trends will be monitoring the web and adding the best deals on smart speakers right here.

Today’s best smart speaker deals

  • Amazon Echo Dot (3rd Generation)$22 ($28 off)
  • Echo Dot With Clock$35 ($25 off)
  • Echo Dot Kids Edition$40 ($30 off)
  • Google Home Mini$20 ($30 off)
  • Ultimate Ears Boom 2 LE$70 ($110 off)
  • Bose SoundTouch — <strong>$100</strong> ($100 off) — $100 ($100 off)
  • Apple HomePod$200 ($100 off)
  • Amazon Echo 3rd Gen$60 ($40 off)
  • Google Home Max$200 ($100 off)
  • Echo Sub$110 ($20 off)
  • Echo Plus (2nd Gen)$100 ($50 off)

It’s possible to save even more money if you look for older models of smart speakers, like the second-generation Echo Dots. Google has practically given away the original Google Home Mini since the release of the Nest Home Mini.

There are also deals on speakers from Sonos, Bose, and Polk. Amazon has the first-generation Sonos One smart speaker on sale for $170 for savings of $30. If you’re willing to pick up earlier models of smart speakers instead of the latest versions, you can save even more money without sacrificing too many features.

Echo Dot (3rd Gen)

$25 $50
Expires soon
The Echo Dot 3rd Gen is the most recent version of the Echo Dot, excluding the one with a clock. Alexa lives in the Echo Dot and can tell you the weather, control your smart home, and much more.

Google - Smart Light Starter Kit with Google Assistant

$29 $55
Expires soon
The Google Smart Light Starter Kit is perfect if you're just getting started with building a smart home. There's barely any setup and you can easily control the bulb through voice commands.

Echo Dot With Clock

$35 $60
Expires soon
The Amazon Echo Dot with Clock packs in all the features you expect from the Alexa-powered smart speaker, but with a customizable LED readout on the side that shows time, temperature, and more.

Amazon Echo (3rd Gen)

$80 $100
Expires soon
The Amazon Echo 3rd Gen is a powerful smart speaker with 360-degree Dolby sound and Alexa built right in. Ask for a song, check the weather, and control your smart home all from one device.

Echo Dot Kids Edition

$40 $70
Expires soon
The Echo Dot Kids Edition is an Echo with parental controls. Children can use the Echo to make calls, listen to music, and ask for bedtime stories, but parents can set strict limits on activity.

Best smart speaker deals to expect on Cyber Monday

Almost all of the major smart speaker deals are in full swing, but many are ending today. Amazon has stunning deals on the Echo Plus, which dropped in price to $50 from its original $100. The third-generation Echo is $60, down from its original $100. The new Echo Dot with Clock has a discount of $25 for a final price of $35.

If you’re looking for something more focused on sound than Alexa, the Sonos Beam is down to $300  instead of its normal $400. Best Buy is offering the Bose SoundTouch speaker for $100 off, too. More deals will be available throughout the remainder of the weekend and on Cyber Monday.

Looking for more smart speaker deals? Check out our curated deals page and our list of the best Cyber Monday deals.

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