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Deal Alert: You Can Save a Bundle of Money on Fire TV Devices Today

A Fire TV Cube with blue light bar

Here at Review Geek, we still think Roku makes the best streaming stick devices. But, if you’re partial to Amazon and devoted to the House of Alexa, then the company has a few good deals for you today. The Fire TV Cube, Fire TV Stick, Fire TV Stick 4K, and Fire TV Recast are all on sale, making now an excellent time to jump on Amazon’s streaming products.

Of all the deals today, we think the best is the Fire TV Cube. If you’re not familiar, the Fire TV Cube looks a bit like a Borg cube, and it doubles as both a 4K streaming player and an Alexa speaker rolled in one. Unlike other Fire TV devices, you don’t have to speak into a remote to control it.

So if you want both an Echo and a Fire TV in a room, it’s a great way to kill two birds with one stone. Today the Fire TV will set you back $90, which is $30 cheaper than the usual cost, and the best price we’ve seen.

If you want something less expensive, you might consider the Fire TV Stick or the Fire TV Stick 4K. Today they’ll set you back $25 and $35, respectively, which is $40 and $50 off the usual pricing.

If you’d like to record over-the-air TV, the Fire TV Recast can help. It has a 500 GB hard drive to store around 75 hours of HD content and can even record two shows at once. At $145, it’s not the cheapest we’ve ever seen for the device, but it is $80 off the usual price. But, it goes on sale very frequently so don’t feel any pressure to jump on this right now if you don’t need it just yet.


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Josh Hendrickson is the Editor in Chief of Review Geek and is responsible for the site's content direction. He has worked in IT for nearly a decade, including four years spent repairing and servicing computers for Microsoft. He’s also a smart home enthusiast who built his own smart mirror with just a frame, some electronics, a Raspberry Pi, and open-source code. Read Full Bio »