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has come to an end. But don't put away your credit card just yet: While the has gone back up to its regular price, there are still several Fire TVs available for big discounts, if you're in the market.
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This 24-inch Insignia TV is on sale for $110 at Amazon -- just $10 more than it was for Prime Day. It offers all of the top streaming apps including Netflix, Hulu and Prime Video, and its Alexa-powered remote lets you use voice commands as well as access various Alexa skills and a huge library of Amazon apps. You can also find discounts right now on larger sizes, including the 39-inch, 43-inch and 55-inch models.
This 43-inch Toshiba TV is also still on sale at Amazon. However, while it was $100 off for Prime Day, it's now just $30 off. It lets you stream shows from all the popular streaming services, and its remote lets you launch apps, search for TV shows, switch inputs, control smart home devices and more, using just your voice. There are also other sizes on sale right now, including 32-inch and 50-inch models.
Amazon's Fire TV Stick 4K is the only Fire stick that can play 4K HDR video -- and it's the same price as the standard, non-4K stick. For Prime Day, the price has dropped to $25, matching its former all-time low.