The Amazon Fire TV is on sale for $49.99. This is the newest 3rd generation version with 4k and HDR. This price matches the lowest price that it has ever been. The only other times the Fire TV has dropped to this price, the sale only lasted a day, so best to order soon if you’re interested. Also on sale today is the Fire TV Stick for $29.99.
Monster RPG 2 has just gone on sale for $0.99. This matches the lowest price this game has ever been. Monster RPG 2 is a turn-based role-playing game with 19 locations to discover. The game features 9 adventurers to lead and develop through the game and is available in many languages. It’s compatible with all Fire TV, Fire TV Stick, and Fire TV Edition television models. It can be played with either a remote or game controller.
Eggroll Games produces a series of educational kids games available for all Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick models. The games cover topics such as addition, substraction, multiplication, division, counting, and color/shape identification for elementary school kids in pre-K through 4th grade. All of their paid titles have just gone on sale at roughly 50% their regular prices. You can try their free versions before committing to buy the full apps.
The 3rd generation Amazon Fire TV is on sale for $49.99 at Amazon for today only. This price matches the lowest price that the Fire TV has ever been, which occurred only once before during a similar one day only sale. If you’ve been thinking about picking up the new Fire TV, there’s no better time than now because it is very unlikely it will ever be priced lower than this anytime soon. Other Amazon hardware, such as Echo devices and Fire tablets, are also on sale.
Today is the day of the big game. Amazon will be running multiple ads during the Super Bowl so they’re running a Game Day Deals promotion where most of their devices are on sale. Here are all of the devices on sale. The best deals involve bundling products, such as the Fire TV Stick + Echo Dot for $69.98 or the Echo + Echo Dot for $104.98. Read more ›
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Amazon currently has the new Amazon Fire TV on sale for $54.99 on their website, but you can save an additional $5 if you buy it in person at one of their pop-up stores. The third generation Fire TV can be purchased for $49.99 through February 4th, the day of the Super Bowl, at pop-up stores in malls, Whole Foods, and Kohl’s across America. That matches the lowest price the new Fire TV has ever been.
The Amazon Fire TV 3 is on sale for $54.99 on Amazon. This is the second lowest price it has ever been. It was $49.99 very briefly during a one day only sale, but it’s unlikely for that price to reoccur anytime soon. The new Fire TV has had a rocky start due to bugs at launch, but numerous software updates have cleared up all the major issues. Some are rightfully still disappointed that Amazon has removed capabilities found on the Fire TV 2, such as external storage and ports, but the Fire TV 3 is a great device for the price. It doesn’t seem to be affecting reviews because the Fire TV 3 actually has better reviews than the Fire TV 2 had at this point in its lifecycle. If you have a Fire TV 2 there’s little reason other than HDR to upgrade your device, but if you’re looking to add a new device to your home or are looking to upgrade from a Fire TV Stick, here’s your chance to get the Fire TV 3 at a discount.
The games R-TYPE and R-TYPE II are back on sale for $0.99 each. These prices match the lowest these games have ever been. These are classic side-scrolling space shooter games from the 80s that have been brought to the Fire TV. The games are compatible with all Fire TV models except the 1st generation Fire TV Stick. R-TYPE can be played with a remote control, but the sequel requires a game controller.
Cannon Ballers, a defense game, has just gone Free. The last time this game was free was over 2 years ago. It’s inspired by arcade classics like Missile Defender with projectile juggling thrown into the mix. It’s compatible with all Amazon Fire TVs, Fire TV Sticks, and Fire TV Edition televisions, but requires a game controller to play.
The game Who Wants to be a Millionaire? has just gone free for the first time. This game is normally $3.99. The app description claims it’s the “official game” for the popular trivia television game show of the same name. There are over 2,000 questions available in the game to test your knowledge. It’s available for all Amazon Fire TV, Fire TV Stick, and Fire TV Edition television models and works with either a remote control or game controller.