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Amazon Cuts Fire TV Price By 29 Percent

The offer is time-limited.

Amazon has slashed the price on its Amazon Fire TV streaming device with 4K and HDR (High Dynamic Range) video.

The Fire TV set-top, which was launched last year, normally goes for $69.99. But Amazon is now selling it for $49.99. That’s a 29 percent discount.

It’s unclear how long the sale will last, but Amazon is also now selling the company’s Fire TV streaming stick for $29.99, which is 25 percent off.

The Fire TV set-top, which also includes the voice-activated ‘Alexa’ remote, features 4K HD video up to 60 frames per second; HDR (High Dynamic Range); and Dolby Atomos audio.

To learn more about the Fire TV deal, click here. 

In addition to the 4K and HDR support, the new Fire TV offers an ‘Alexa’ voice remote that enables you to find, launch and control content with verbal commands.

Other features:

* Tens of thousands of channels, apps and Alexa skills with more than 500,000 movies and TV episodes from streaming services such as Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Hulu, HBO, Showtime and Starz, among others.

* Optional Amazon Ethernet Adapter that enable you to take advantage of the speed and reliability of wired internet.

To learn more about the Fire TV set-top deal, click here. 

To learn more about the Fire TV streaming stick deal, click here. 

— Phillip Swann

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1 Comment on Amazon Cuts Fire TV Price By 29 Percent

  1. Started 2018 getting a refurbished 2nd generation firetv box (wanted the hard network cable). I’ve grown to appreciate a easy to use entertaining device that sells itself. Why the pricecuts? Market saturation?

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