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Amazon Fire TV Sticks are as low as £20/$18 this Prime Day

The online shopping giant brings the fight against Chromecast to your living room for even less

Fire TV Sticks Prime Day

Fancy an Amazon Fire TV Stick for as low as £20 for your new streaming stick? Because you could snap the Fire TV Stick Lite up today for that if you’re happy with Full HD streaming. How? It’s all thanks to Fire TV Stick deals this Prime Day.

Want to control your TV volume via the same remote? Then you’ll need to spend a little more and get the regular Fire TV Stick for £23. This is probably a no-brainer, unless you’re going for maximum savings. Again there’s a great saving though – and you can snap up a Fire TV Stick 4K for less too. Check out all the Fire TV Stick deals here:

Fire TV US deals

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Fire TV Stick Lite with USB Power Cable$50$40$10
Fire TV Stick with Alexa Voice Remote$40$18$22
Fire TV Cube$158$114$44

Fire TV UK deals

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Fire TV Stick Lite with Alexa Voice Remote£35£20£15
Fire TV Cube£140£100£40
Fire TV Stick with Alexa Voice Remote£45£23£22
Fire TV Stick 4K with Alexa Voice Remote Pro£60£28£33
Fire TV Stick 4K Max£70£40£30

All the Fire TV devices here can be used with Alexa via a voice remote or, in the case of the Fire TV Cube, you can use Alexa hands-free. The Fire TV Stick 4K supports Dolby Vision and HDR10+ and packs a punch with a quad-core, 1.7GHz processor. If you want the top-of-the-range Fire TV Stick, though, you want the all-new Fire TV Stick 4K Max.

The new stick – which still supports Dolby Vision and Atmos – is the most powerful one to date, and is now available. The quicker hardware will start your apps faster, while Wi-Fi 6E support will mean more reliable streaming for those lucky enough to have a Wi-Fi 6E router. 

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