Fire TV Cube is on sale for $59.99 & Fire TV Stick is $16.99 at Best Buy, Target, Home Depot, Lowes, Kohls, and Staples — Lowest Prices Ever

The 3rd-generation Fire TV Stick (latest version) is currently on sale for $16.99 at Best Buy, Target, Home Depot, Lowes, Kohls, and Staples. This price matches Amazon’s Prime Day price from last month and is the lowest price it has ever been. This is a coordinated sale that happens every year a few weeks after Prime Day where retailers that also sell Fire TV devices get to match Amazon’s Prime Day price. Also on sale is the 2nd-generation Fire TV Cube (latest version) for $59.99 at Best Buy, Target, and Staples. That also matches the Prime Day price and is the lowest it has ever been.

  1. Greg says:

    Yippie – maybe the next iteration of the Cube is coming out :-)

  2. Charlie says:

    Off the subject, but are there any remotes I can pair with the 2nd gen fireTV box? I mean Amazon remotes, ones with TV control.

  3. Mark says:

    After some Best Buy rewards, the total cost for the stick is $2.12 for me. A no-brainer for the remote. I presume the stick is faster and better than the FTV3 pendant?

    • Performance is about equal between the new Stick and the FTV3 pendant. The new Stick is a little faster but the FTV3 has 2GB of RAM compared to 1GB on the new Stick, so going in and out of the same apps might be a bit faster on the FTV3. Of course, you give up 4K if you go from the FTV3 to the Stick.

  4. Russ says:

    How long is it going to be before everyone that wants one has one.

  5. clocks says:

    Anyone been having issues with their cubes while streaming local media off Plex? The past two months or so, getting a ton of times where the movie stops and says it cannot find the media.

  6. Frank says:

    The cube is probably on sale because you can’t disable hdr. Who wants to watch 1080 p in hdr. Only those who like a dull washed out picture

  7. Y2Bogus says:

    These prices are insane. Amazon really wants to get these out there. I’ll say this, I had a Vizio 50 inch family room tv die the other day and I was able to get a 50 inch 4K insignia Fire TV for around 200 bucks.

    I hate the Amazon interface, and pushy crowded interface, but damn, for the price, the support, and the quality of the hardware, I’d say I own no less than 10 fire streaming devices(many of which are actually attached to a TV), 3 tablets, and one Fire Branded TV.

    • clocks says:

      I wonder if new devices are coming in a couple months, especially for the cube, and that is the reason for the fire sale.

  8. billy says:

    fire sale !m@O

  9. billy says:

    fire sale !m@O hehehe

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