All certified refurbished Amazon Fire TVs & Fire TV Sticks have just dropped in price

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Amazon has just lowered the price of all of their available certified refurbished Fire TVs and Fire TV Sticks. The refurbished 2nd-gen Fire TV 2 (latest 2015 model with 4K support) is now $64.99. The old price was $79.99. The refurbished 1st-gen Fire TV (2014 model with 1080p support) is now $49.99. The old price was $69.99. Lastly, the refurbished 1st-gen Fire TV Stick (2015 model without a voice remote) is now $24.99. The old price was $29.99. All three prices are new all-time low prices that we’ve never seen before. If you’re interested in any of these devices, be sure to order soon because refurbished units tend to sell out fast, due to limited supply, after a price drop like this.

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10 comments
  1. Gerard Pinzone says:

    Any chance these will be rootable?

  2. clocks says:

    Amazon refurbs are pretty solid. $65 for FTV2 is massive bang for buck.

  3. Matt says:

    Is there any indicator on whether this is a permanent price drop or a special promotion?

  4. xnamkcor says:

    If it weren’t for the fact that I’m pretty poor and my CRT TV can only go up to 1080i, I’d grab the 4k model.

  5. Mark says:

    Great price. I do not recommend Firestick 1. Too slow. Have no need for 4k box, so, for me, the bang for the buck is the FireTV 1.

    And I too, would like to know if this is for the duration of their stock or just a special promotion.

  6. AFTVUser says:

    Hmmm, as my main issue with my current Fire TV 1s is their relatively slow processing speed (CPU, rather than GPU), do I go ahead and replace them with these refurb units or continue to wait for the Fire TV 3 to be released? Decisions, decisions…

  7. Ryan says:

    I have three fire TV v1 sticks and they are beginning to get frustrating to me due to the excessive slowness. Play video fine, but the interface and launching an app can be very annoying to say the least.

    I’m planning on waiting for the Fire TV 3, and get an Nvidia Shield in the meantime for my living room.

    Now for the Shields to go on sale….

  8. TechyChris says:

    Do we have any way of knowing what OS version they come loaded with?
    For example the FTV 1 says 2014 model but something tells me Amazon updates them to the newest version before selling them. If so, that makes it a deal killer for me. I love my FTV1’s, 2+ years never had a problem with either one / plenty powerful enough for me.

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