Are you thinking about upgrading your Amazon Fire TV Stick? Well, now would be a perfect time. The 4K version of the popular streaming device is 40% off at — where else? — Amazon.
The Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K is now selling for $29.99, which is a major steal, to say the least. It’s a super sweet deal for new users as well as previous-generation owners of the Fire Stick. Grab it as an upgrade, gift, or addition to another room in your home at a great price point.
With it, you’ll be able to instantly turn any TV into a smart TV capable of streaming shows and movies from Netflix, Disney+, HBO Max, and YouTube (Subscriptions to all the best streaming services are not included in the price.)
Fire TV Stick 4K
Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K: Reviews
This version of the Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K is one of the most well-reviewed products on Amazon. It boasts a 4.8-star rating with more than 165,000 total. Like other Fire TV Sticks, this version allows you to access television apps such as Prime Video, Netflix, Hulu, Apple TV, HBO Max, and more while offering the ability to view more than 500,000 TV shows and movies in 4K, HDR, and HDR10+ quality.
Unlike most other streaming devices, the Fire TV Stick 4K is minimal and compact. It looks like an oversized USB flash drive and only requires 2 AAA batteries to conveniently control your TV’s volume, channel changing options, and streaming apps. This version also comes powered with Alexa voice control to access your local weather, games and other information and entertainment and retrieve your favorite TV shows and movies with just a few commands.
Reviewers rave about how convenient it is to use — just plug the stick into your TV’s HDMI port and start using the voice remote right away. Again, this Fire TV Stick 4K is 40% off, making it just $29.99 today.
- Access to thousands of channels, apps and Alexa commands
- Prime members get unlimited access to Prime Video movies and TV episodes
- Voice remote is super easy to use
- It may be redundant for those who already have a great smart TV
- For wall-mounted TVs, measure space from HDMI port to wall to ensure the device will fit