Woot currently has the Fire TV Stick 4K available for just $18.99 when you enter promocode FIRE at checkout. This great deal is for the same exact Fire TV Stick 4K that Amazon sells but Woot’s bundle does come with the older remote. The older remote is just missing the TV Guide button and the four app shortcut buttons on the bottom, compared to the latest remote that Amazon now includes with the Fire TV Stick 4K. The lowest price that Amazon has ever sold the Fire TV Stick 4K is $24.99, so this is a fantastic deal if you’re okay not having those extra buttons. Since Amazon owns Woot, you’ll also get free shipping if you’re a Prime member. Also available is a Used 2nd-gen Fire TV Stick for $4.99 when you use the same FIRE promocode. That bundle comes with the same remote as the Fire TV Stick 4K bundle, so it’s definitely worth getting for the remote alone, but I wouldn’t recommend using the 2nd-gen Stick as your main device due to how slow it has become.
Amazon has put its entire lineup of Fire TV devices on sale for Labor Day. Starting at the cheap end is the Fire TV Stick Lite for $19.99, which is $10 off. Stepping up to include TV controls on the remote gets you the Fire TV Stick for $24.99, which is $15 off. Paying another $5 extra moves you from 1080p to 4K resolution with the Fire TV Stick 4K for $29.99, which is $20 off. Next is the Fire TV Stick 4K Max for $39.99, which is $15 off. That’s the newest model in the lineup and the best buy if it’s within your budget. Some customers that qualify can get it down to $34.99 using promo code UP4KMAX or ADDFTV. Lastly is the Fire TV Cube for $69.99 but you really should pass on that since it seems like a new 3rd-gen Fire TV Cube is right around the corner. These prices are pretty close to as low as you’ll see until Black Friday comes around in November.
Amazon has kicked off its annual Back-to-School sale on its devices with discounts across the line on Fire TV devices. The majority of these prices are as good as you’ll typically see outside of Prime Day and Black Friday, so if you don’t want to wait until November, these are worth getting now. First up is the Fire TV Stick Lite on sale for $19.99, which is $8 above its lowest price ever. Well worth the extra $5 because of the TV controls on the included remote is the 3rd-gen Fire TV Stick for $24.99, which is also $8 above its lowest price ever. Stepping up into 4K devices we have the Fire TV Stick 4K for $29.99, which is just $5 above its lowest price. The best deal of the bunch, in my opinion, is the Fire TV Stick 4K Max for $39.99, which is also $5 above its lowest price ever. This is the newest model in the lineup and the one to get for features and longevity. Lastly is the Fire TV Cube on sale for $69.99, which is $10 above its lowest price but I’m expecting a new model to be announced next month, so it’s probably worth waiting if you want the most powerful model. Read more ›
Prime Day this year is turning out to be a good one for Fire TV buyers with great deals on Fire TV Sticks, Fire TV Cubes, Fire TV Smart TVs, and Fire TV accessories that are significantly lower than they have ever been in the past. Here is a full list of all Fire TV related deals for Prime Day that I will keep pinned to the top of the site and constantly keep updating as new deals go live. Read more ›
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With all Fire TV models now on sale for Prime Day, Amazon has dropped the Fire TV Stick 4K to $24.99, which is half-off the regular price of $49.99. This matches the lowest price that the Fire TV Stick 4K has ever been. While the Firestick 4K is the oldest Fire TV Stick model, if you just need a solid 4K streaming device but don’t want the extra bells and whistles of the Fire TV Stick 4K Max, which is on sale for $34.99, then the regular Fire TV Stick 4K is still a great buy. You can see a full comparison of the 4K and 4K Max here to help decide between the two. If you want to save a bit more, you can consider getting the Certified Refurbished Fire TV Stick 4K for $22.49, but that does come with the older remote, which is missing the guide and app shortcut buttons.
Just two weeks after the Mother’s Day sale from the start of the month, Amazon has put all Fire TV models back on sale at the same prices. On the low end is the Fire TV Stick Lite for $19.99 and the Fire TV Stick for $24.99. The main difference between the two is the inclusion of TV power and volume controls on the included Fire TV remote. Moving up into the 4K-capable lineup is the Fire TV Stick 4K for $34.99 and the Fire TV Stick 4K Max for $44.99. While the remotes are the same between the two, you get more power, more RAM, WiFi 6, and the newer Fire OS 7 with the 4K Max. At the top end is the Fire TV Cube for $69.99. All of these prices are as low as you’ll get outside of Prime Day and Black Friday.
Amazon has kicked off its Mother’s Day sale with up to 50% off Amazon devices. Of course, the sale includes numerous Fire TVs and accesories, starting with the Fire TV Stick Lite for $19.99. If you want TV controls on your remote, you’ll need to step up to the Fire TV Stick for $24.99. If those 1080p Firesticks aren’t going to cut it for you, then the Fire TV Stick 4K is $34.99 while the all-new Fire TV Stick 4K Max is $44.99. For those wanting the best device, the Fire TV Cube is $69.99. If you’ve already got all the Fire TV’s you need, then consider the Fire TV Recast DVR for $154.99 or the Fire TV Blaster for $19.99. There are also dozens of Fire TV Smart TVs on sale at great prices.
Woot is currently running a sale on several Fire TVStick models. The Fire TV Stick 4K is on sale for $24.99, which matches the lowest price it has ever been. This deal is for a brand new device, but it includes the slightly older remote that does not have app shortcut buttons. Also available in new condition is the 3rd-gen Fire TV Stick for $19.99, which, once again, matches the lowest price that it has ever been. Like the Fire TV Stick 4K being offered, the 3rd-gen Fire TV Stick also comes with the older remote. Lastly, you can get the 2nd-gen Fire TV Stick for $11.99 WITHOUT a remote but I highly recommend you spend the extra $8 on the newer model that includes a remote. Shipping is free for Prime members.
Amazon has put every Fire TV device on sale, from Fire TV Sticks, to Fire TV Cubes, to Fire TV Recast DVRs, to many Fire TV Smart TV models. This is Amazon’s big Super Bowl sale, which wasn’t supposed to be that good, but something changed over the last week because these prices are much lower than what Amazon said they would be. Here is a full list of everything on sale and how well each deal compares to past deals. Read more ›
The Super Bowl, which will be on February 13th this year, usually brings with it deals on TVs and streaming devices. Amazon has revealed its upcoming Super Bowl sale for Fire TV devices, which starts on February 6th, and, in most cases, the sale going on right now has better prices. The Fire TV Stick is currently on sale for $19.99 but will be increasing to $24.99 on February 6th. The Fire TV Stick 4K is currently $29.99 but it will increase to $34.99. The Fire TV Stick 4K Max is currently $39.99 but it will increase to $44.99 and the Fire TV Cube is currently $84.99 but it will increase to $94.99. So, if you were hoping to get a better deal on a Fire TV around Super Bowl time, you’re better off picking one up during the current sale. As for Fire TV Smart TVs, the deals that are currently available, like Fire TV Omni Series and Fire TV 4-Series Smart TVs for up to 30% off, will remain available through February 13th.