This AmazonBasics 50-mile indoor HDTV antenna is down to its lowest price ever. It regularly sells for $28 and has only dropped from that price once before, but even that previous drop didn't go as low as this one. This price drop makes it only $1 more than the 35-mile version.
You can also get a budget version on sale today. The AmazonBasics Ultra Thin 25-mile range HDTV antenna is down to only $8.44 from a street price around $13.
The 50-mile range is helpful particularly for people who don't live in urban centers. You want to make sure your antenna can reach the signals coming from the nearest broadcast tower. This antenna lets you pick up channels like ABC, NBC, PBS, Fox, and more. It has black and white sides, and it can be painted over if you would like it to be a different color. The coaxial cable is 16 feet long. Use this map of DTV signals from the FCC to make sure this antenna works for you.
If you want to go all-in on cutting the cord, you can get a month of DIRECTV NOW and a Roku Streaming Stick for just $35 or your first 3 months of service for $30 if you're a new customer.
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