The last time we saw this deal was around Cyber Monday. So if you missed out on the savings back then, treat today just like the biggest shopping weekend of the year! Lucky you! Grab two Amazon Echo Show 5 smart displays and use the code SHOW52PK to get them for $89.99 total. They would cost you $120 without that deal, so you're basically getting a second device for 50% off. Whether you want two smart video displays in your home or just want to give one away as a gift for someone you missed at Christmas, this is a great deal that saves you a good chunk of money.

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This is a compact 5.5-inch smart display with Alexa built in. Manage your calendar, make to-do lists, get weather updates, or follow along with recipes on the screen. Use your voice to control your devices and view feeds on the display.

$89.99 $120.00 $30 off

With coupon: SHOW52PK

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The Echo Show 5 uses a compact 5.5-inch display and has Alexa built right in. You can use Alexa to control your smart home, and use her in conjunction with the display to take a look at connected video devices. Check in on your smart baby monitor or a security camera or see who's at the front door all with just a simple voice command. Other things you'll be able to use the Show 5 to do include manage your calendar, make to-do lists, get updates on the weather, traffic, or news, and even cook along with recipes. Use the display to watch your favorite shows, listen to the radio, or keep up with the latest audiobooks and podcasts.

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You can also personalize the display by changing the clock face or choosing an album from Amazon photos. Create routines and alarms to help you throughout the day, whether that means getting up in the morning or getting your cooking right. You can also decide just how much the Show 5 is monitoring and protect your privacy by turning the mic or camera off when you don't want them on. You can even use a command like "Alexa, delete everything I said today" to get rid of all the voice commands you've input so Amazon doesn't keep track of you.

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