Top Black Friday deals on Fire TVs, Firesticks, Fire TV Edition TVs, Bundles, Accessories, & more [UPDATED]


Here’s a full list of all of the current Black Friday deals on Fire TVs, Fire TV Sticks, Fire TV Cubes, Fire TV Edition televisions, Fire TV soundbars, Fire TV bundles, Fire TV accessories, and more.

4K Fire TVs

1080p Fire TVs

4K Fire TV Edition Soudbars

4K Fire TV Edition TVs

1080p & 720p Fire TV Edition TVs

Fire TV Accessories

3 comments
  1. Anon says:

    Should I upgrade to new fire tv 4k / cube or continue using my fire tv 2nd gen(2015)? It still works.

    • If it’s working fine for your needs, there’s no huge reason to upgrade. Some of the advantages of the Fire TV Cube 2 vs the Fire TV 2 are:
      – Better performance (Faster CPU, GPU, and RAM)
      – Better 4K support (Cube always outputs 4K whereas the Fire TV 2 has to switch to 4K when a 4K video starts)
      – Longevity due to newer OS (apps will eventually drop support for the Fire TV 2, like they’re already starting to do for the Fire TV 1)
      – Remote that can control TV/soundbar power and volume
      – Hands free Alexa w/ built-in speaker
      – Built-in IR blaster
      – 16GB internal storage (versus 8GB on Fire TV 2)
      – Better WiFi and Bluetooth

    • TechyChris says:

      One additional bonus: If you (or someone in your family) is a gamer, The Cube 2 works amazingly well with the Steam App. I am really impressed, I gave up on Amazon gaming years ago because quite frankly with few exceptions (Asphalt 8) the experience was terrible. The Cube 2 and Steam changed all that. There are some caveats: 1. You must sideload the Steam Client Apk 2. You must have The Steam Server running on a fairly decent PC with intel i3 (or better) 8 GB Ram (or better) 3. You must have a consistent network speed (WiFi or ethernet doesn’t matter) of 100 Mbps (or better) 4. A decent bluetooth game controller (xbox type or equivalent).
      I use my system with WiFi only, have a consistent speed of just over 100 Mbps and it works great no noticeable lag. There is a network test on the Steam app that I used to set up and it gives a Network OK for anything over 80Mbps. The best part is Steam is free, no monthly subscriptions, some games are paid, but many are free and Steam often gives away free game codes. I have collected over 100 (console quality) Paid Games for free in the last few years.

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