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Amazon is practically paying US shoppers to buy a Dash Wand right now

The Amazon Dash Wand, packing Alexa support, is designed as an easy way to re-order common household items.

It enables Prime Members to simply ask Alexa to add items to a shopping list, or scan barcodes to get some fresh goods delivered directly to their door.

It’s also a handy kitchen aid, thanks to Alexa’s ability to set-timers, convert unit measurements, find recipes and more. It’s water resistant and can be attached to the fridge magnetically.

The wand is currently on sale for $14.41 at Amazon US and comes with a $20 credit towards a future order, which willl appear after your first order.

So, as our headline pointed out, Amazon is paying you $5.59 to buy a Dash wand.

Get deal: Get an Amazon Dash wand with $20 credit for $14.41

The deal is open to Prime members only, but will also work for shoppers who’re in a free 30-day trial.

The free credit only works with items sold and distributed by Amazon, but as long as you stay within those parameters you have free rein.

Amazon is yet to launch the Dash Wand in the UK, but other Alexa-powered devices, like the Amazon Echo range, can be used to order products from the online retail giant.

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