Get this 55″ 4K TV Deal
Best Buy currently has the Insignia 55″ 4K Fire TV Edition television for $249.99. That is a fantastic price and is very likely the best Fire TV Edition television sake that we’ll see for Black Friday. Thi si $200 off the regular price and is way less than it has ever been inthe past. To put how good this price is into perspective, this is the same price as Amazon is selling the smaller 50″ version for their Black Friday sale. I’ve posted the full list of all of the currently live and upcoming Fire TV Edition deals HERE, but this one deserves its own dedicated post.
Some prices are lower at Best Buy. The post has been updated with the lowest price of each model and where to get it.
Most of the Fire TV Edition televisions from Insignia and Toshiba have just gone on sale for Black Friday this morning. These are the TVs that come with Amazon’s fire TV operating system built in. The size of the discount varies greatly for each model and size, but easily the best deal of the bunch is the Insignia 55-inch 4K TV for $249.99. That’s a massive $200 off the regular price. Another great deal is the Insignia 24-inch TV for $99.99. While it’s only a 720p set, it would still make a great compact all-in-one TV for a kitchen or small space. Check out the full list of Fire TV Edition deals that are already live, as well as 3 that will be live in the near future. Read more ›
Toshiba’s three non-4K Fire TV Edition televisions are currently on sale at all-time low prices. The best deal among them is the 49-inch 1080p TV which launched at $349.99 but is currently available for $279.99. This is the first time this TV has ever been priced this low. If you’re looking for a smaller size, the 43-inch 720p TV is $249.99, which is a $50 discount off of its regular price of $299.99. The smallest 32-inch 720p TV has received the smallest discount of $30, bringing it down from its regular price of $179.99 to $149.99. All of these TVs share the same components, apart from their screen sizes, and offer the full Fire TV experience built directly into the TV itself. You can read more about the specs of these TVs here.
Best Buy has released their Insignia 4K Fire TV Edition televisions. The TVs come in three sizes, which include a 43-inch model for $329.99, a 50-inch model for $379.99, and a 55-inch model for $449.99. If those sizes and prices sound familiar, that’s because they’re identical to the Toshiba 4K Fire TV Edition televisions released earlier this year. These new Insignia TVs are nearly identical to the Toshiba TVs, with only a few minor differences. Read more ›
The 50″ Toshiba Fire TV Edition television has Sold Out. Oddly, instead of being listed as unavailable, it has been removed entirely from the listing. At $110 off the regular price, the $289.99 price for the 50″ size was too good to pass up by many. The deal went live in the wee hours of yesterday morning and was available for just over 24 hours. Amazon put the 43″ Toshiba Fire TV Edition television on sale for $249.99 this morning, possibly in anticipation of the 50″ size selling out, and it’s still available for now.
When Prime Day kicked off, the main deal for the 2nd-gen 2018 Toshiba Fire TV Edition televisions was the 50-inch size for $289.99. At $110 off the regular price, it was the deal to get since the other two sizes only dropped by $30. Now, Amazon has just reduced the 43-inch size by another $50, making the 43-inch Toshiba Fire TV Edition television on sale for $249.99. At $80 off the regular price of $329.99, this is the new lowest price the 43-inch size has ever been. It’s lower than even the 1st-gen 2017 Element Fire TV Edition televisions ever reached. The 55-inch size is still $449.99, which is just $30 off the regular price. During last year’s Prime Day, Amazon hardly reduced the price of the largest 1st-gen Fire TV Edition television, so they may be doing that again and focusing sales on the smaller sizes.
Amazon has put the Toshiba 50-inch Fire TV Edition television on sale for $289.99 for Prime Day. This is the brand-new 2018 model that was released just a few weeks ago and it is the first time it has ever been on sale. At $110 off the regular price, this is a great deal if you want all the exact same capabilities as the Fire TV but built into the TV with access to your over-the-air antenna channels right along all of your regular Fire TV content. The two other sizes have each dropped by $30 as well, but this 50-inch size is clearly the stand-out deal. The 43-inch is $299.99 and the 55-inch is $449.99.
Target has just put two sizes of the Amazon Fire TV Edition televisions by Element on sale. The 50-inch TV is $299.99 and the 55-inch TV is $399.99. These prices match the prices Amazon had during Black Friday which sold out. It seems like stock at Target is very limited so act fast if you’re interested and the TV is available in your area. If you use a Target REDcard for the purchase, you’ll receive an additional 5% off of the order. Target is also matching Amazon’s sale for the 4K HDR Fire TV for $49.99. The Fire TV Stick is, however, cheaper at Amazon at $29.99.
The Element 65-inch Fire TV Edition television is back on sale for $650 on Amazon. That’s the largest size that the TV is available in and at $250 off the regular price, this sale matches the lowest price that the TV has ever been. I’m a big fan of my Fire TV Edition television and still consider it to be the best Fire TV experience available, thanks to the built-in TV tuner that Amazon has done a great job integrating into Fire OS.
Amazon has the Element 65-inch Fire TV Edition television on sale for $650. This is the new lowest price that this TV has ever been, which is 28% off the retail price. The lowest this TV has ever been before this sale was $764.99 during this past Black Friday, so this is a significant drop in price. The three other sizes that this TV comes in have been out of stock ever since they sold out during Black Friday, so it seems like once these TVs are gone, they’re not coming back. I’ve found evidence that Amazon is working on 2nd generation Fire TV Edition televisions, but there’s no telling when those will be released. I’m at CES this week, where these TVs were announced last year, and there haven’t been any new Fire TV Edition televisions revealed, so it seems like it’ll be a while before we see a replacement to these 1st generation TVs running Amazon’s Fire OS. If you’ve been eyeing these Fire TV Edition televisions and are looking to go big with the largest screen size that they come in, this might be your last chance to get one at an unbeatable price for quite a while.