Get 40% Fire TV Stick and 30% Off Fire TV Cube

Like other big sellers on this Black Friday, Amazon has a few deals of its own that help it stand out from the crowd of gadgets and TVs. This is double for its own products. But excluding its tablets and smart devices, Amazon’s Fire Stick Black Friday deals are some of the best discounts you can find. Supported by 4K, HDR and Alexa, these streaming devices have great features and are priced even better.

Tip: We’ll update this deal break as sales continue on Black Friday so stocks are starting to run lower than some popular items, but don’t hold back forever for a better price. It may not be coming.

Amazon’s Fire Sticks are some of the best streaming devices you can buy that turn old TVs (even as long as you have an HDMI connection) into a smart one. It gives you an intuitive and visually remote, and access to the best streaming services with Alexa support, giving you access to the best contemporary movie and TV shows as well as a wide back catalog of your choice.

This Black Friday, Amazon has not only lowered the price of its entry-level Fire Stick, but also a much more capable Fire TV Cube model, as well as a bunch of bundles. So if you don’t just want to upgrade your streaming setup but also make your home a little smarter, there are some fantastic discounts on this Black Friday.

Best Amazon Fire Stick Black Friday Deals

HD Streaming Device Introduced to Fire TV Stick Light with Alexa Voice Remote Light (No TV Control) | 2020 release

All new Fire TV Stick with Alexa Voice Remote (TV controls included) | HD streaming device 2020 release

Fire TV Stick 4K Streaming Device with Alexa Voice Remote Dolby Vision | 2018 release

All-new Fire TV Stick and all-new Echo Dot (charcoal) bundle

Fire TV Cube, Free with Alexa Built, 4K Ultra HD, Streaming Media Player, 2019 Released

Fire TV Stick 4K with Fire TV 4K Essential Bundle, Remote Cover (Red) and USB Power Cable

Fire TV Stick Light, Remote Cover (Red) with Fire TV Light Accessories Essentials Bundle


What streaming services can you see on the Amazon Fire Stick?

Amazon’s Fire TV Stick supports more than a dozen Amazon applications and streaming services, including Amazon Prime Video, Netflix, Crackle, Crankyroll, Cody, BBC iPlayer, Denise +, HBO Now, Crackle, Sling TV, and many more, Spotify .

It gives you access to thousands of TV shows, movies and albums, making it one of the best streaming devices you can buy. And it’s even better than the free extra price discount.

Do you need a smart TV for the Amazon Fire Stick?

Absolutely not! The Amazon Fire TV stick turns any smart TV, whether it has its own smart features or not. In fact, it can be a great way to get annoying ads built into some Samsung TVs and speed up the TVs with the help of internal processors. Take your TV offline and let the Fire TV stick do all the work of streaming heavy lifting.

Which Amazon Fire Stick do you need to buy?

There are three Amazon Fire Stick models to consider. The standard, traditional themed Amazon Fire Stick and Fire Stick Lite both support 1080p HD resolution at 60 fps and support HDR compatible, HDR 10, HLG and HDR 10+ standards.

The Fire Stick also supports Dolby Atmos for TVs which it supports and includes an Alexa voice remote volume control, which does not have Fire TV Lite have this model only allows you to search content using Alexa vocal support.

The Fire TV Stick 4K has everything the standard TV stick does, but adds support for 4K Ultra HD resolution.

The Fire TV Cube is the most capable of all models – although it is more cubic than the structure, it increases local storage capacity from 8GB to 16GB, upgrades the onboard processor from four cores to six cores and adds an Ethernet port for wired connections.

If you’re just after the HD content, the standard Fire Stick is a great purchase, the Light model is good for those not interested in extended Alexa supports. But if you want the latest 4K content, consider the Fire TV Stick 4K or the Fire TV Cube. They are much more capable.

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