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Grab Eero 6 mesh networking routers for their lowest prices ever

Amazon has a whole bunch of deals on the Eero 6 mesh networking router today, so if you’ve been looking for a chance to get into some mesh networking this is it. Not sure just how many of the units you need? Grab the basic Eero 6 mesh networking router on sale for $90. It’s normally $129, so you’re saving nearly $40 and getting it at its lowest price ever. This is a good place to start because you can always upgrade later if you find you need more coverage. This deal seems most likely to be a Labor Day thing, so don’t expect it to last for long past the weekend.

Add another 1,500 square feet of coverage with the Eero 6 Wi-Fi extender on sale for $62. That’s a $27 discount, and this extender has never gone on sale like this before. It’s an all-new low price that we likely won’t see again. Of course if you don’t already have the Eero 6 and you know you’re going to need the extender to begin with, grab the router and the extender together for $139 total. That’s a better price than buying them individually even on sale. Need two extenders? Get one router and two extenders packaged in a bundle worth $195 and save $84 off the regular price.

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The extenders are less expensive than the routers. They look very similar but the one huge difference is that they lack Ethernet ports. If you want to extend your Wi-Fi coverage, but you’d also like to hardwire some devices around your house (like a desktop PC that’s on a different floor than your main router or a gaming console so you can have stable internet while you play in your bedroom), then you need multiple routers and not multiple extenders. Grab three Eero 6 routers bundled together for $244. That’s a huge $105 discount off the regular price of this 3-pack and $26 better than buying the three routers individually even while they’re on sale at the moment.

The Eero 6 is one of our favorite routers. We like it for its reliability and its ability to cover such a large area with as few routers as possible.

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