The Amazon Fire TV (Pendant) is on sale for $34.99 for Prime Day. This is the new lowest price that the 3rd-gen Fire TV has ever been. It is $35 off the regular price and is $10 less than the previous lowest price it has ever been. If you don’t need the hands-free Alexa and universal remote capabilities of the Amazon Fire TV Cube, which is also on sale for $89.99, then this Fire TV will give you the exact same 4K and HDR support. Most of Amazon’s devices are already on sale early for Prime Day.
Several people have been asking if the $35/$25 Trade-In Discount promotion that Amazon has been running for about a month works with today’s Prime Day sales on the Amazon Fire TV Cube and Fire TV. I can confirm that yes, if you traded in a streaming device like I instructed last month, you will receive $35 off of the $89.99 Fire TV Cube sale price or $25 off of the $34.99 Fire TV sale price today. Better yet, as you can see from the screenshot above, the $10 Whole Foods promotion also stacks, bringing the Fire TV Cube price down to $44.99 and making the Fire TV completely free. And don’t forget you received $2.99 in Amazon credit for the trade-in, making the final prices even lower.
Amazon has just started running a new “Trade up to Fire TV” promotion that will give you $35 off a new Fire TV Cube or $25 off a new Fire TV 3 (Pendant) when you trade in a Chromecast, Roku, or Apple TV. In addition to the discount, you’ll get $2.99 in Amazon credit, which brings the final out-of-pocket price of the Fire TV Cube down to $82. That’s even better than the Prime-only introductory pre-order price of $89.99. The final out-of-pocket price for the Fire TV 3 would be $42, which is less than any sale price that we have seen. Read more ›
The game Warhammer Quest has gone on sale for $1.49. That’s down 75% from its regular price of $5.99. This game is a mix of role-playing and strategy. It is based on the Warhammer tabletop game. It’s compatible with all Fire TVs, Fire TV Sticks, and Fire TV Edition televisions. The game can be played with either a remote or game controller, like Amazon’s Fire TV Game Controller which is going through a rare sale right now at $34.99.
Just after Amazon’s Prime-only sale for the new Amazon Fire TV Cube came to an end, they’ve put the older Fire TV devices on sale as part of their Father’s Day Sale. If you’re not interested in the Cube’s universal remote or hands-free Alexa capabilities, you can get the Amazon Fire TV (pendant) on sale for $49.99. The Fire TV shares the same video playback capabilities as the Fire TV Cube, which includes 4K @ 60 FPS and HDR support. The key spec differences are 8GB of storage for the Fire TV, versus 16GB for the Cube, and no expandable storage support for the Fire TV, whereas the Cube will support USB drives for app storage. If you don’t need 4K or HDR, then the Fire TV Stick on sale at $29.99 is still a great choice. Both of these Fire TV and the Fire TV Stick sales are just $5 more than the lowest price these devices have ever been.
Amazon has most of their devices on sale this week for their Mother’s Day Sale. The Amazon Fire TV is on sale for $49.99. That matches the lowest price it has ever been for everyone, although it was $5 lower once for Prime members. The Amazon Fire TV Stick is on sale for $29.99. that price is $5 higher than the lowest price the Firestick has ever been. If you’re in the market for a Fire TV Stick and an Echo Dot, you can buy the pair together for $64.99. That saves you an extra $5 versus buying the two separately during this sale.
Today is Star Wars Day and Amazon is celebrating with a sale on various Star Wars items. One of those items is the Fire TV game Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic. It’s on sale today for $5.00, which is half of its regular price. The game is compatible with all Amazon Fire TVs, Fire Tv Sticks, and Fire TV Edition televisions except the 1st-generation Fire Tv Stick. May the 4th be with you.
The Fire TV and the Fire TV Stick have been on sale all week, so this weekend is very likely the last days before their prices go back up. The Amazon Fire TV with 4K and HDR support is on sale for $49.99 and the Amazon Fire TV Stick is on sale for $29.99. Both of those prices are as low as they’ve ever been for non-Prime members. Prime members have seen those prices $5 lower during past sales that were only available to Prime members. While we’re expecting a new premium Fire TV model to be released in the coming months, neither of these two models on sale today will likely be replaced until at least the end of this year or later.
The Amazon Fire TV is on sale for $49.99. The lowest price the Fire TV has ever been is $44.99, but that was only for Prime members. This $49.99 sale is the lowest it has ever been for everyone. If you’re wondering if the new Fire TV is right for you, take a look at this article where I break down who should or shouldn’t buy the new device. Also on sale today is the Fire TV Stick for $29.99.
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tinyCam Monitor Pro, the definitive Fire TV app for remote camera surveillance, has just gone on sale for $2.00. This app lets you view, control, and even record up to 16 IP cameras. If you own one of the 10,000+ compatible networked cameras, tinyCam Monitor is a great way to check up on things from the comfort of your couch. The feature list is massive and includes things like motion detection and audio monitoring. The app is compatible with all Fire TV and Fire TV Stick models and works with all remotes and controllers.