Get the Amazon Fire TV Stick Lite at its lowest-ever price for a limited time
If you didn’t manage to nab an Amazon Fire Stick at its record-breaking price during Black Friday, there’s now a second chance to get a quality streamer for less.
Amazon has reduced the cost of its Fire TV Stick Lite by 50%, taking it to just £15 – its joint lowest-ever price. Since it went on sale, the Fire Stick Lite has averaged at a price of £27, so this reduction is a real bargain on an excellent streamer.
If you fancy more complete streaming, the classic Fire Stick is also reduced to just £25. It’s not quite as cheap as its lowest-ever price of £20, but still represents great value, as usually, it would set you back around £35.
Better still, for TV fans desiring extra-crisp detail, the 4K Fire Stick is also on offer at a discounted price of just £33 – almost £10 below its average on Amazon.
Whatever streaming stick you prefer, there are great deals to be had all round – but only if you’re quick about it.
In our full Amazon Fire Stick Lite review, we were impressed at just how much value for money it offered as a TV streaming device – even at its original £30 price point. As with all Fire Sticks, the Fire TV Stick Lite runs Fire OS, which gives you access to a buffet of streaming platforms including Disney Plus, Now, and Netflix. All you need to do is plug the Fire Stick into your TV’s HDMI port, via a mains adapter, and you’ll be ready to watch 1080p (FHD) TV at a push of a button. Better yet, you can use voice search to find your favourite shows and films using the integrated Amazon Alexa smart assistant.
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All of these features mean that the Lite model isn’t too different from the slightly pricier classic Amazon Fire TV Stick. Both offer a range of apps and platforms at full HD and 60fps speeds with Dolby Atmos Audio. However, the classic Fire Stick can also control TV volume and power functions, as well as use Dolby Atmos through separate sound systems, rather than just the HDMI cable.
However, unless you’re dead set on these additional features, the better value is still with the Fire Stick Lite at just £15 – but you’ll need to be quick to secure this deal.
For an in-depth breakdown on why the Fire Stick Lite is such a great value streamer, be sure to read our full Fire TV Stick Lite review.