Insignia Fire TV Edition televisions are on sale at all-time low prices — $89.99 for 24″, $129.99 for 39″, $279.99 for 50″

Several sizes of Insignia’s Fire TV Edition televisions have just gone on sale this morning. The Insignia 39″ 1080p TV is available for just $129.99. This is the first time that it has ever been priced this low. In the past, it has never been below $149.99. The Insignia 24″ 720p TV is on sale for $89.99. That price matches its lowest price ever, which has only occurred during very limited sales. If you’re only in the market for a 4K TV, the Insignia 50″ 4K TV is on sale for $279.99. That matches its lowest price as well. These TVs are all running Amazon’s Fire TV operating system, which means you’ll get the same experience from them directly as you would if you plugged in a Fire TV device. Even better, because they have built-in TV tuners, you’ll have access to all of your over-the-air channels directly in the Fire TV interface. This is nearly identical to having a Fire TV recast, except you can’t set recordings.

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6 comments
  1. Mike says:

    I was thinking of getting a 24″ for the kitchen and purchasing a FireStick for it. This looks like a good deal with the Fire software included. However, the only Amazon app that I use on my current 2nd gen. Firestick is the IMDb Freedrive. Everything else, Cinema HD, FreeFlix HQ, LiveNet TV, Morpheus, TV Zion, is sideloaded. Can I put these apps on this TV or do I need an actual Firestick to use these apps?

    • Mike says:

      A follow up to my previous question………..what’s the connectivity with this TV? (24″ model) Will it connect to my router or does it need ethernet to connect to the internet?

      • Kevin says:

        You can sideload apps just the same way as any other fire stick. You can also connect via wifi or ethernet.

  2. Mike says:

    Would this FireTV hardware be comparable to a stand alone 4k Firestick or would it be more like a 2nd gen. Fire stick?

    • AFTVnews says:

      The 4K Fire TV Edition models are comparable in performance to the Fire TV Stick 4K. The 720p/1080p models are weaker but still more powerful than the Fire TV Stick 2.

  3. Mike says:

    Thanks to both of you for the info. I ordered the 24″ model, today.

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