Not everybody loves the Fire TV interface, but if you don't mind it -- or are even a fan of it -- Amazon has some limited-time discounts on its media streamers and other Fire TV devices, including its Recast DVR and an Insignia 24-inch TV with Fire TV built-in. You'll also find the same prices on Best Buy.
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The Fire TV Stick isn't quite as good as Roku in our book, but it's better than Chromecast at the same price. If you're a fan of Alexa or deep into Amazon's ecosystem anyway and want to give one as a gift, this is a good deal. We've seen it for $25 on Black Friday/Cyber Monday price, but a $10 discount isn't too shabby. Amazon Fire TV Stick review.
If you have a 4K TV, you'll want a streamer that does 4K, too. One of the cheapest is Amazon's, complete with Dolby Vision HDR and a remote that can control your TV and sound bar. During the holiday season last year we saw this for as low as $35, but $10 off is still pretty decent. Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K review.
We've seen this deal for as low as $60 on Black Friday/Cyber Monday, but Amazon is currently discounting both the Fire TV Stick and Echo Dot (third generation) by $10. Amazon Echo Dot review.
The two-tuner (500GB) version of Amazon's excellent, cord-cutter-friendly Recast, which records and streams live TV from an antenna, is on sale for $190 or $40 off. Addtiionally, the four-tuner version (1TB) is $230 or $50 off.
Note: A Fire TV media streamer and HD antenna are required (they aren't included). Fire TV Recast DVR review.
The Cube combines a 4K streamer, an Echo Dot and a universal remote control, allowing you to control all your gear with "Alexa" commands. We've seen this for as low as $60 on Black Friday/Cyber Monday. Amazon Fire TV Cube review.
The 32-inch version of this TV was on sale for $100 recently. This could make for a good kitchen TV, however. It is limited by 720p resolution.