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Every Fire TV Stick Is on Sale Before Prime Day

Every Fire TV Stick Is on Sale Before Prime Day

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Prime Day doesn’t start until July 16, but early Prime Day deals on a bunch of stuff, including headphones, are already available. And more stuff has recently joined the fray: Fire TV Sticks.

Right now, it’s one of the best times of the year to jump in on Fire TV, with all of the following sale prices matching or beating their previous lowest price ever.

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Amazon Fire TV Stick Lite

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The Fire TV Stick Lite for $14.99

If you want to get the most basic Fire TV Stick, the Amazon Fire TV Stick Lite for $14.99 (originally $29.99) is your best bet. It includes all the basic functions, such as some free live TV channels, Alexa voice support for hands-free controls, and HD streaming. You will, however, be giving up some basic buttons on your remote, like volume and mute.

The Fire TV Stick for $17.99

For $3 more, you can get the Amazon Fire TV Stick. This one includes volume control and mute buttons. You can get it now for $17.99 (originally $39.99), and you can read the full PC Mag review here.

The Fire TV Stick 4K for $24.99

If you have a 4K HDTV, get the Fire TV Stick 4K for $24.99 (originally $49.99). This option is great for those with 4K Ultra HD TVs and if you get at least wifi 6. You can read the full PC Mag review here.

The Fire TV Stick 4K Max for $34.99

If you have a 4K HDTV and Wi-Fi 6e choose the Fire TV Stick 4K Max for $39.99 (originally $59.99). This Fire Stick offers high performance and has twice as much storage as the rest at 16GB. It supports 4K Ultra HD and the Wi-Fi 6E standard. You can read the full PCMag review here.

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If you want the best device Amazon has to offer

If you have a little extra money to spend, consider the Amazon Fire TV Cube for $99.99 (originally $139.99). The Cube works like an Alexa speaker and includes hands-free voice control for your TV or any other device you can connect to it, including gaming consoles, without a remote (though it does come with one). It has a faster processor than the 4K Max (twice as fast according to Amazon). Another worthy addition is the ethernet port; a wired connection to your router will offer the fastest speeds and best video quality. Read the full PCMag review here.

Daniel Oropeza

Published: 2024-07-09 20:30:00

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