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Amazon’s newest Fire TV supports 4K ultra HD content, HDR video, and it’s small enough to plug right into the HDMI port on your TV.

First launched a few months ago with a list price of $70, the new 3rd-gen Fire TV is one of the more affordable 4K-ready media streamers on the market. But today Amazon is running a 1-day sale that brings the price down to $50.

The Fire TV was on sale at Target for $59 on Cyber Monday, but today’s sale bring s the 3rd-gen Fire TV down to its lowest price to date.

Speaking of Target, the store is currently matching Amazon’s price. So if you’d rather pick up the Fire TV for $50 from Target, you can do that. Best Buy is also selling it for $50.

Meanwhile, for some reason Newegg is selling it for $150. Go figure.


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One reply on “Daily Deal: Amazon Fire TV (2017) is on sale for $50 today ($20 off)”

  1. Minimum to even use the new Fire TV is an HDMI extension cable, and the $15 Amazon Ethernet Adapter for Amazon Fire TV Devices which is “In stock on January 9, 2018.”

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