While we're all hoping for and expecting some killer Prime Day deals on Amazon's Fire TV hardware, you don't have to wait until next week to score a saving. Today only, Woot is offering the Fire TV Stick for just $19.99 while supplies last. That's half off the regular price for the 1080p streaming device, though the sale is slated to end tonight and could sell out much sooner than that.
Amazon's Fire TV Stick can help you cut the cord, with access to services like Netflix, Prime Video, Hulu, and more. This model includes the updated Alexa voice remote and is down to its best price since Black Friday at Woot today only.
$39.99 $20 off
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Amazon Echo Link Amp
This is a powerful device designed to add smarts to your dumb speakers. That's particularly awesome if you listen to music through a home theater system or powerful speakers that don't have access to streaming services or voice control.
Amazon Echo Dot Kids Edition with Kids+
The all-new Echo Dot (4th Generation) is available in two fun designs with exceptional parental controls, though the real bonus here is the inclusion of Amazon Kids+. You'll score an entire year of the streaming service for free with the purchase.
Amazon Echo Wall Clock: Disney Mickey Mouse Edition
This fun edition of Amazon's Echo Wall Clock features Mickey Mouse whose hands travel 'round the clock to show you what time it is. It can also be voice-controlled so you can set timers by asking Alexa.
Kindle Unlimited subscriptions
Now's your chance to sign up for Kindle Unlimited and gain access to the massive digital library for as little as $5.99 monthly. This limited-time offer can save you up to 40% off your membership when you purchase a long-term Kindle Unlimited plan.
Fire TV Stick 4K with Amazon Kids+
Black Friday dropped the price of Amazon Fire TV Stick models by up to $20, and now you can score 3 months of the Kids+ streaming service for only $1 more when purchasing either the Fire TV Stick Lite, All-New Fire TV Stick, or the Fire TV Stick 4K!
Consider how expensive your monthly cable bill is, and then think of everything else you could be using that money on instead. You might think you'd be bored without being able to mindlessly flick through channels whenever you'd like, but you'll soon find that only gives you more control over what you're watching, rather than less.
The Fire TV Stick streaming media player is one device that can help take the place of your cable box. Amazon's plug-in HD streaming hardware provides you with quick and easy access to popular services like Amazon Prime Video, Hulu, Netflix, and more. Its remote is Alexa-enabled, which means that you can speak to it and get your favorite shows played without having to search for them manually. The device supports a picture quality up to 1080p as well as Dolby Audio.
Though this 2nd-gen model has just been replaced by a new 2020 model, it's still a more than capable device for your day-to-day streaming needs. At $20, it's one of the best Prime Day Amazon device deals around right now. It's worth picking one up for every non-smart TV in the house at this price.
Woot generally charges $6 per order for shipping, though you can score free shipping on today's order by logging in with an Amazon Prime account before checking out. If you've never been a member before, you can sign up for a free 30-day trial to have your orders shipped for free at Woot and Amazon. You'll also gain access to perks like the Prime Video streaming service, exclusive members-only discounts, and more.
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