With Disney+ just over two months away from its debut, it's time to give a little love to any room in your home with a TV that's unprepared to stream all the upcoming original shows, movies, and classics that the service will contain. Thanks to a new offer at Amazon, you can score $20 back when you purchase two of Amazon's Fire TV Stick streaming media players at $39.99 apiece and activate one before September 13. You'll need to add two to your cart for this deal to take effect. This offer is also available on the Fire TV Stick 4K, though it doesn't look as if you can buy one of both to redeem this deal.
Once one of the Fire TV Stick devices has been activated, meaning once it has been turned on for the first time and set up, a $20 promo credit will be automatically applied to your Amazon account which can be used towards anything shipped and sold directly by Amazon.com. It expires on October 13, so be sure to use it before then!
Amazon's offering a $20 promo credit to those who purchase two of the Fire TV Stick or Fire TV Stick 4K streaming media devices and activate one before September 13.
The Fire TV Stick is Amazon's most affordable streaming device that provides quick and easy access to popular services like Amazon Prime Video, Hulu, Netflix, and more. Its remote is also Alexa-enabled, which means that you can speak to it and play your favorite shows without having to search for them manually. The device supports a picture quality up to 1080p and features Dolby Audio.
If you hurry, you can even score 33% off your Disney+ membership for three years! That would bring its cost down to just $3.92 monthly, though you would have to pay for the full three-year subscription in advance.
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