The Amazon Fire TV Stick is a godsend for those of us who want to stick with our trusted non-smart television and also want to access Netflix on it, while the Fire TVs have all the capabilities of Amazon's Fire TV Stick built into the TV itself. They're generally affordably priced, but the best time to purchase one is during a sale. Below are the best Fire TV deals we could find to help you locate the right device or TV set for your home.
Sometimes, Amazon offers deals which are only available to Prime members, so it helps to keep your membership active while you're on the hunt.
Best Cheap Fire TV Device Deals
If you have yet to cut the cable company out of your life, the devices listed below are easily worth their full price so you can finally make it happen. You might not save huge on the Fire Stick, but not paying for cable each month will save you even more.
Amazon Fire TV Stick Lite with free Food Network Kitchen | Save $48 at Amazon
The all-new Amazon Fire TV Stick Lite is the most affordable model yet — and right now it's $8 off and comes with a free year of Food Network Kitchen! It also includes a new Alexa Voice Remote Lite that doesn't have volume buttons, though the device otherwise offers all the same features as the regular Amazon Fire TV Stick.
Amazon Fire TV Stick with free Food Network Kitchen | Save $40 at Amazon
There's a new and improved Amazon Fire TV Stick on the market, and it's easily one of the best options around if you're looking to spend less than $50 on a streaming device. Amazon even includes a free year of Food Network Kitchen with the purchase.
Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K | Save $52 at Amazon
This Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K can do everything the standard Amazon Fire Stick can, but in 4K UHD. Unless you have zero plans to own a 4K TV anytime soon, it's worth upgrading to this upgraded model — especially now that customers can save $12 off its regular price and score a free year of Food Network Kitchen streaming service with the purchase.
Amazon Fire TV Cube | Save $60 at Amazon
The Fire TV Cube is like an enhanced Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K, now $20 off its regular price. Can't find the remote? The Fire TV Cube has Alexa built-in so you can voice control it from across the room. It can control compatible soundbars and A/V receivers as well, even allowing you to change live cable and satellite channels with your voice. You'll also score a free year of Food Network Kitchen with today's purchase.
Fire TV Blaster | Save $15 at Amazon
Use this device with your Echo and Fire TV device to begin using Alexa to voice control your TV's power, volume, and even switch its input. This device is compatible with IR-controlled TVs, receivers, cable boxes, and soundbars, though you'll need both a Fire TV device and an Echo device to use it.
Amazon Fire TV Recast 500GB | $229.99 at Amazon
Ever wish you could watch live TV using your Fire TV Stick or Echo Show 5? With the Fire TV Recast, you'll be able to watch and record live TV on those devices or a compatible mobile device.
Amazon Fire TV Recast 1TB | $279.99 at Amazon
While the 500GB Fire TV Recast above can hold up to 75 hours of recorded content, this 1TB model can hold 150 hours. Plus, it allows you to record up to four shows simultaneously whereas the 500GB model can only record two shows at once.
Anker Nebula Soundbar - Fire TV Edition | $179.99 at Amazon
Anker's 36-inch Nebula Soundbar not only supports 4K streaming but enables it with its built-in Fire TV Stick 4K. That means you can use this smart soundbar just like the streaming media players above, and today it's discounted by $50 at Amazon for a limited time.
Best Cheap Fire TV Edition Smart TV Deals
Amazon and Best Buy teamed up to make several different models of Fire TVs, and a number of them are on sale right now. These HDTVs offer a lot of "bank for your buck" in terms of features like 4K, HDR, and media streaming services through the integrated Fire TV smart platform.
Insignia 24-inch HD Smart TV - Fire TV Edition | Save $50 at Best Buy
This 24-inch HD Fire TV Edition smart TV by Insignia is one of the most affordable smart TVs on the market. Today you can save $50 off its regular price and snag one for only $100 for a limited time.
Toshiba 32-inch HD Smart TV - Fire TV Edition | Save $40 at Amazon
Insignia's 32-inch LED HD Smart Fire TV Edition TV is now discounted by $40 at Amazon. This tv features 720p HD resolution, a 60 Hz panel refresh rate, and three HDMI ports, as well as a USB port so you can connect a game console, blu-ray player, and your cable box all at once.
Insignia 39-inch HD Smart TV - Fire TV Edition | Save $60 at Amazon
Amazon has this 39-inch HD Smart TV Fire TV Edition by Insignia available for $170 today, saving you $60 off its regular price. This model comes with the Alexa Voice Remote, too, and helps to make any TV with an HDMI port smarter.
Insignia 43-inch 4K Smart TV - Fire TV Edition | $259.99 at Best Buy
Save $40 on this 43-inch 4K Smart TV Fire TV Edition by Insignia at Best Buy! With the Fire TV experience built in, you can access apps like Netflix, Disney+, and more. It's even Alexa voice-enabled.
Toshiba 50-inch 4K UHD Smart TV - Fire TV Edition | $319.99 at Best Buy
Toshiba's 50-inch 4K Fire TV Edition Smart TV is available at a $60 discount via Best Buy currently. This LED TV features a 60Hz refresh rate, Dolby Vision, and support for HDR10. There are three built-in HDMI inputs so you can connect a game console, Blu-ray player, soundbar, and other peripherals to help complete your home theater setup.
Insignia 55-inch 4K UHD Smart Fire TV Edition TV | $329.99 at Best Buy
Here's your chance to save $100 on the 55-inch Insignia 4K UHD Smart Fire TV Edition TV at Best Buy. This well-reviewed model features an LCD display, excellent parent controls, and built-in access to thousands of channels, apps, and Alexa skills. You'll even score three months of Apple TV+ for free with the purchase.
Insignia 65-inch LED 4K Smart TV - Fire TV Edition | $449.99 at Best Buy
This 65-inch Insignia smart TV is one of the largest Fire Edition TVs on the market, and also one of the most affordable models you'll find at this size anywhere. Today's deal saves you $100 off its regular cost.
Insignia 70-inch LED 4K Smart TV - Fire TV Edition | $649.99 at Best Buy
Insignia's largest Fire TV Edition smart TV is now available for $650 at Best Buy. This is a 2020 model which features three HDMI inputs, a USB port, all the smart functionality you expect from a Fire TV device, and more.
Best Cheap Fire TV Device Bundle Deals
Fire TV Stick Lite and Echo Dot | $71.98 at Amazon
Pick up the new Fire TV Stick Lite bundled with Amazon's all-new Echo Dot. This smart speaker can play music from various streaming services and lets you control compatible smart home devices using Alexa — that even includes your new Fire TV device.
Fire TV Stick and Echo Dot | $89.98 at Amazon
Amazon's all-new Fire TV Stick and the all-new Echo Dot smart speaker are available together with this bundle. This version of the Fire TV Stick streams in 1080p HD and comes with an Alexa Voice Remote that lets you search using your voice.
How to get the Best Fire TV Deals
Aside from the deals listed here, there are a couple of other ways to save on the Fire TV lineup. For example, you can participate in Amazon's trade-in program. Basically, if you send in a different device like a Roku TV or Chromecast, Amazon will give you up to 20% off something new. That's a great way to save big on the price of the Recast or one of the other more expensive options if you really want one.
Also, while it isn't currently live, Amazon regularly has a deal anywhere Fire TV devices are sold that lets you save when you buy more than one. So you can buy two $50 Fire TV devices and only pay $85 total or some similar discount. Be sure to look for that at Amazon, Target, B&H, and other retailers should it return.
Beyond that, the best advice we can give you is to prepare in advance for the major holidays. Amazon is always looking for any excuse to offer deals, and events like Black Friday and Prime Day are some pretty good excuses!
Did you know that you can also use a VPN with your new Fire TV Stick? Here are all the best Fire TV Stick VPN options available now.
The ever-evolving ecosystem of Amazon Echo accessories (or Echosystem) has helped turn average homes into modern smart homes. We love how convenient Alexa makes it to control devices, listen to music, check the news, find shows, and do so many other things. Enhance your Echo experience further with one of the many useful accessories available for the different Alexa units. Some items on our list are accessories that work with multiple Echo devices, while others are particular to a specific Echo model. Let's get to it.Read the full article
Wirelessly charge (4th Gen): Mission Cables Portable Battery BaseStaff Pick
Bring your Amazon Echo (4th Gen) from room to room without constantly plugging it in, thanks to this portable battery pack. It will supply consistent power to your device for up to five hours. Though it's only compatible with the latest Echo, the white-on-white setup looks surprisingly like Spaceship Earth at Epcot in Walt Disney World!
Echo everywhere (3rd Gen): Mission Cables Portable Battery Base
This portable battery base allows you to use your Echo (3rd Gen) or Echo Plus (2nd Gen) wirelessly for up to five hours. It's great for playing music at parties or events where you don't have access to outlets. On the back, you'll find a USB port, DC input port, DC output cable, and LED battery life indicators.
Wireless charge (1st and 2nd Gen): Caramote Portable Battery Base
If you have an older Gen 1 or Gen 2 Echo, this base will charge it wirelessly for 8-12 hours. It has pretty much all of the bells and whistles of our top pick, just sized appropriately for older Echo devices.
An Echo Glow-up: Amazon Echo Glow
Pitched as an interactive nightlight for kids, the Amazon Echo Glow can add a pop of color to any space. Set colorful timers or sync to the music on your Echo for a homemade dance party!
Time to shine: Echo Wall Clock Citizen Edition
Replace your boring old basic clock with this sophisticated design by Citizen. Of course, you can use it to keep the time, but you can also see the status of your Alexa timers when paired with your Echo device.
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