Fancy an Amazon Fire TV Stick for less than a tenner? Because you could snap one up today for just £7. Though there are some caveats of course.
Hitting the Amazon UK store today, the Chromecast competitor can be yours for £19, followed by a £12 refund - if you're a new customer willing to sign up to a £79 12-month amazon Prime membership.
Amazon's Prime service offers unlimited one-day delivery, Prime Instant Video, Prime Photos and the Kindle Owners' Lending Library, for a little more than Netflix's total £72 yearly cost.
Existing Prime members can snap up the Fire TV Stick for £19, and after two days the price will switch to a standard £35 for everyone.
While that's more expensive than the £30 (or cheaper if you shop around) Chromecast, the Fire TV Stick does out-spec it, with a faster processor which is able to handle non-intensive gaming.
Interface-wise, you'll feel right at home if you've already got the more expensive Fire TV, and the likes of Netflix and BBC iPlayer are still on offer. A free Amazon Fire TV app also brings the power of Amazon's cloud-based voice search to your smartphone for easier navigation.
Google's own Nexus Player (which serves up the fully-fledged Play Store selection) is rumoured to land on UK shelves for £80 in just three days, pitting it directly against the £80 Fire TV, although this has yet to be officially confirmed.