Amazon Fire TV Stick Lite is on sale for $18.99 — 37% off

Amazon has just put the Fire TV Stick Lite on sale for $18.99, which is just $1 above the lowest price that it has ever been. This deal is for the bundle that includes the slightly older remote. A new remote was just released a few days ago and the only difference between the newer remote and the one included with this deal is that the newer remote has 4 app shortcut buttons on it. The Fire TV Stick Lite and the 3rd-gen Fire TV Stick are identical, except for the remote that comes with them. Since this older remote bundle of the Fire TV Stick Lite is the only Fire TV model on sale, Amazon is likely clearing out its stock of the older remote. So, if you don’t need TV power and volume buttons on the remote and you don’t like the spammy clutter of app shortcut buttons, this is a pretty good deal. UPDATE: The sale price of $18.99 has now also been applied to the Fire TV Stick Lite bundle with the newer remote, for those who find the app shortcut buttons useful.

  1. Michael Nix says:

    It is a good deal. However i have the 4k Max and do enjoy the voume buttons and shortcuts. And for collector purposes, I have a 2nd gen Fire TV box on the way that was only $18.99. $20.83 after tax and Prime members get free shipping. You can find the 2nd gen Fire TV box here: for anyone interested that couldn’t get one before.

  2. William Hogan says:

    Do you know what’s the difference is with the fire tv box and why they stopped making it? Seemed as good to me with the specs

  3. Michael Nix says:

    @Elias, somehow it is 2 different links. SO hopefully I helped make someone happy by them getting them a box like me finally. It does list “9days left or until sold out.”

    • Rik Emmett says:

      The second gen box didn’t get updated to the new interface, so it doesn’t have that awful narrow home bar. It’s still responsive enough to use. It’s got 4K, but it doesn’t have Dolby Vision HDR, just HDR10.

      • Michael Nix says:

        It’s alright though. You have to consider that the 2nd gen box uses a much older version of Android under the hood. It’s more collector purposes for me to be getting one. And Retro game emulation will still work really well on it.

        • Rik Emmett says:

          It’s still good enough for a daily driver streaming device in my opinion. A Raspberry Pi might be better suited for retro gaming.

          • Michael Nix says:

            That is true. But more expensive. The Fire Tv box can do everything up to PS1, Dreamcast, N64 and probably a little more

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