There is not going to be some communist economy where everybody has everything provided for them. I don't want to live like that anyways. I work hard for what I have.
Folks have difficulty envisioning a post-scarcity world.
Along with that, yeah services and products are cheaper because workers don't need to be paid or outsourcing keeps it low due to low country's pay. BUT how will we afford anything if we can't work? Are average (non-rich) humans doomed for the future?
Average people in the US live a life of incredible luxury compared to the average person 150 years ago.
Indoor plumbing, safe drinking water, fresh fruit and vegetables year around, weather reports, safe housing, fire departments, paved roads, antibiotics, vaccinations, dentistry, world-class entertainment, and let's not forget leisure time.
Automation drives prices down, so that average people can afford more.
Thirty years ago, my computer had 48K of RAM, and a floppy drive. It was around $3000 then ( $7,360.00 roughly in today's dollars). Today, I can buy a machine hundreds of times more powerful for under $300.