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Amazon‘s Prime Early Access Sale has officially begun. We’re already seeing some amazing deals on Amazon. There will be a lot of prices to check if you want to shop smart, with thousands of deals expected to go live between now and tomorrow night.
iRobot, a robotics startup, is also offering the best prices on its popular Roomba robot vacuum cleaners. And guess what? They also give away a free Echo Dot (3rd Gen), an Alexa-powered smart speaker when customers purchase select Roomba robot vacuum cleaners during the Prime Early Access Sale 2022, which ends tomorrow, Oct. 12, 2022. Buy it now before the deals expire, and also check out the iRobot Prime Early Access Sale, which is only available on Amazon.
Buy these iRobot’s Roomba robot vacuum cleaners and get a free Echo Dot (3rd Gen).
- Roomba i2 + free Echo Dot (3rd Gen), from $199.99 (Reg. $389.98, Save $189.99)
- Roomba i4+ + free Echo Dot (3rd Gen), from $399.99 (Reg. $689.98, Save $289.99)
- [Not a Roomba, it’s iRobot’s Braava series] Braava m6 + free Echo Dot (3rd Gen), from $299.99 (Reg. $539.98, Save $239.99)
And these are the best deals on iRobot’s Roomba during Prime Early Access Sale 2022.
- Roomba 671, from $179.99 (Reg. $349.99, Save 49%)
- Roomba 694, from $199 (Reg. $274, Save 27%)
- Roomba j7 (7150), from $399. (Reg. $599.99, Save 33%)
- Roomba i3+ EVO (3550), from $699 (Reg. $899.99, Save 22%)
- Roomba s9+ (9550), from $999 (Reg. $1,249, Save 20%)
- Roomba i4+ EVO (4552), from $399.99 (Reg. $649.99, Save 38%)
- Roomba i2 (2152), from $199.99 (Reg. $349.99, Save 43%)
On August 5th, 2022, Amazon purchased iRobot for $1.7 billion, but the deal is still subject to FTC approval. This was not immediately open and transparent; the FTC requested more data from both companies in September 2022, citing concerns about Amazon’s market power and the privacy implications of acquiring information about consumer floorplans.