Just $1 gets you three months of SiriusXM streaming and an Amazon Echo Dot

Siriusxm Echodot Bundle
Siriusxm Echodot Bundle

SiriusXM is giving interested listeners a chance to try out its streaming service for three months for just $1. Better yet, you'll get an Amazon Echo Dot included for free. The deal allows you to try out either the Essential or Premier streaming plan for the same price with both being eligible for the Echo freebie. You'll receive a coupon code that can be redeemed at Amazon for the smart speaker.

SiriusXM is letting you listen for the next three months for just $1 when you sign up for an Essential or Premier streaming subscription and is throwing in an Echo Dot at no extra cost. You can cancel at any time with no penalty. (opens in new tab)
SiriusXM is letting you listen for the next three months for just $1 when you sign up for an Essential or Premier streaming subscription and is throwing in an Echo Dot at no extra cost. You can cancel at any time with no penalty.

You won't be charged anything other than the $1 upfront for your first three months of service, though after the trial, the Essential streaming plan will bill you $8 per month or the Premier plan will cost $13 monthly. You can choose to cancel the service before then at no penalty if you don't want to keep it active.

Given those regular monthly costs, you're saving at least $23 on the SiriusXM subscription with this deal and getting a $50 Echo device thrown in at no extra cost. The best part about this package is that you'll be able to listen anywhere via the SiriusXM app on an Android or iOS device, or online at its website. You can, of course, enjoy SiriusXM around the home with your new Echo Dot and even tune to channels using just your voice with Alexa.

SiriusXM's Essential plan includes over 300 channels consisting of various music genres, talk radio, comedy, sports, and more. It doesn't include the two Howard Stern channels, though opting for Premier will get you those as well as Sports Play-by-Play. You subscription can't be used with your car's satellite radio, though, with an in-car subscription (opens in new tab) required for that.

Adam Oram is a Senior Writer at iMore. He studied Media at Newcastle University and has been writing about technology since 2013. He previously worked as an Apple Genius and as a Deals Editor at Thrifter. His spare time is spent watching football (both kinds), playing Pokémon games, and eating vegan food. Follow him on Twitter at [@adamoram](https://twitter.com/adamoram).