Amazon Fire TV Cube on sale for $89.99 — Lowest Price Ever

The Amazon Fire TV Cube is on sale for $89.99 for Prime Day. This price matches the introductory pre-order price we saw when the Fire TV Cube was first announced a few weeks ago and it’s the lowest price it has ever been. The Fire TV Cube offers the same 4K and HDR support as the Fire TV 3 Pendant, which is on sale for a new all-time low price of $34.99, but also includes hands-free Alexa, like an Echo Dot, and universal remote capabilities. If you’re interested in the Amazon Cloud Cam, which is on sale for $59.99, you can get a Fire TV Cube + Cloud Cam bundle for $149.98, which is $90 off the regular price. Most of Amazon’s devices are already on sale early for Prime Day.

  1. Erici says:

    Is the trade-in discount working on this and ftv3

  2. Steve D says:

    I hope potential buyers read the reviews first, this thing is garbage in it’s current state. Freezing while loading apps, random pausing while playing videos in numerous apps including Prime Video, and sometimes the unit locks up. Also Alexa sometimes refuses to wake.

    Could be firmware issues, bad processor thermal design, who knows.

    • Mark B says:

      Yeah it’s just software bugs. Fire TV 3 had weird bugs when it came out as well. If anyone is interested I’m almost certain they will have main issues fixed within 3 months. Due to the limitations I think the Fire TV 3 plus Echo Dot is a better setup but that’s just me.

    • BobR says:

      I had the random pausing during streaming and was about to return it. I did one last painful restore to factory default reset and streaming has been solid since. They need a way install your settings and apps at least from one device to another

  3. lvmykyds says:

    I agree they have so many issues from responding correctly or even waking up to answer. I really hope they do a firmware update soon. My husband is almost ready to hook up our Fire tv2 back up.

    • AFTVnews says:

      Amazon has told me that they have numerous bug fixes in the works and that there will be several Fire TV Cube updates in the coming weeks. This has been the case with every new Fire TV model since the Fire TV 2 release in 2015, so it shouldn’t surprise anyone. It would be wonderful if they were perfect on day one, but thankfully Amazon eventually get the software polished up and stable.

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