Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K is on sale for $34.99 for all & $24.99 for some

Get this Fire TV Stick 4K Deal

The Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K is on sale for $34.99. Select customers that qualify can use promo code 4KFIRETV to bring that price down to $24.99. Even if you don’t have a 4K TV, the Fire TV Stick 4K is a worthy upgrade to the regular Fire TV Stick because of the added power and RAM that results in a snappier experience. If you want the best experience, you can step up to the Fire TV Cube which is also on sale for $99.99.

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12 comments
  1. Jokiz says:

    i wonder what’s the criteria for these selected customers

  2. Rik Emmett says:

    I’m sticking with my 3rd gen fire tv pendant based on advice from a previous thread. I paid $17 for it a few years ago at Target.

    • The biggest reason to upgrade from the Fire TV 3 to the Fire TV Stick 4K is for the remote that has power and volume buttons. The Fire TV Stick 4K is more powerful than the Fire TV 3, but not by so much that it’s worth the upgrade on its own, unless you have a Dolby Vision TV, which the Fire TV Stick 4K supports but the Fire TV 3 does not.

      • Rik Emmett says:

        I bought a side click adapter when those were on sale for $10. I use a first gen fire tv remote because I don’t want the microphone in my remote so this is the only way I can get integrated control of the TV and the fire tv in one remote.

  3. Matt says:

    Unrelated , but any chance of doing the “new apps of the week” posts? I’ve found quite a few gems back in the day from those.

    • I do plan to bring those back. My code/script that crawled Amazon.com to identify the new apps (since Amazon does not provide a way to do it easily) have all stopped working, so I need some time to fix them.

  4. scott says:

    how do i get this deal

  5. URMyBudE says:

    Save your money, then purchase a Fire TV cube. Amazon loads & locks bloatware apps on all their Fire devices to the point where you are limited in the number and size of the apps that you can sideload. One can use an OTG cable and compatible USB storage to increase the amount of external storage for the stick, but this requires users to reset their sticks, then install an ADB app and use of some basic ADB commands. A hassle.

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