Trade In Your Bluetooth Speakers For Amazon Gift Card & 25% Off An Echo

Amazon is now offering a pretty interesting deal for those that want to get rid of their older Bluetooth Speakers and get a new Echo. You can trade in your existing Bluetooth speakers, and get an Amazon Gift Card for the appraised value, plus 25-percent off of a new Amazon Echo Device. Whether that is a Echo, Echo Dot, Echo Plus, Echo Show or something else.

This is a great way for Amazon to get more people into the world of Alexa and using Echo devices. By taking in their older Bluetooth speakers and also offering 25-percent off of a new Echo device. These devices have Alexa built-in, which allow you to control your smart home, as well as asking Alexa questions, ordering pizza, getting an Uber ride and so much more. There's actually very little that Alexa can't do at this point. With an Echo, you can also stream your favorite music, seeing as most services are not supported - plus there is Bluetooth support as well here - and you can even stream audiobooks using Audible. If you haven't signed up for Audible yet, you can get a free trial here. The Echo is a great speaker to pick up, especially if you do have a number of smart home products in your home.

The way this will work, is you will select the Bluetooth speaker you want to trade in. If it is an Echo device, you can get a more refined price, but don't expect anything crazy, as far as pricing goes. In fact, a perfectly working Echo Dot will net you at the most $5. That's about 10-percent of the regular price of the Echo Dot. Once you have chosen the Bluetooth speaker you want to trade in, you can then get your shipping label and send it into Amazon. After Amazon receives the package and appraises the Bluetooth speaker, it will give you a gift card worth the amount that you're getting, and send you a 25-percent off promo code for an Echo device. So depending on the speaker you are trading in, you could end up with a new Echo for free or almost for free.

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