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Amazon discounts Fire TV Stick, Cube, and Recast DVR ahead of March Madness

Amazon has discounted the Amazon Fire TV Stick (was $40, now $25) Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K (was $50, now $35), Amazon Fire TV Cube (was $120, now $90), and Amazon Fire TV Recast (was $230, now $145) ahead of March Madness. You don’t have to be an Amazon Prime subscriber to take advantage of these incredible deals, either: They’re open to anyone and everyone. Just keep in mind that the retailer-turned-manufacturer has only set aside a limited amount of stock for each offer, so time is of the essence.

Today’s best Amazon Fire TV deals

  • Fire TV Stick$25 ($15 off)
  • Fire TV Stick 4K$35 ($15 off)
  • Fire TV Cube$90 ($30 off)
  • Fire TV Recast$145 ($85 off)

Fire TV Stick — $25 ($15 off)

Amazon Fire TV Stick
When you convert any TV to a smart TV with the Amazon Fire TV Stick streaming media player, you can select channels and devices, control the volume, and manage your HD TV experience with the remote or by Alexa voice commands. Just press the microphone button on the Fire TV Stick remote to let Alexa know what you want to do. The Alexa Voice Remote integrates with compatible smart home devices so you can control lights and thermostats and view live camera feeds from video doorbells and security cameras.

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Fire TV Stick 4K — $35 ($15 off)

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The Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K gives you all the capabilities of the Fire TV Stick above and adds support for 4K Ultra HD, HDR, HDR10+, and Dolby Vision. The Fire TV Stick 4K also supports streaming Dolby Atmos audio with your Atmos home theater system. If you invested in a 4K TV and Dolby Atmos speakers, the Fire TV Stick 4K is the way to get access to the growing catalogs of the highest quality video and audio content.

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Fire TV Cube — $90 ($30 off)

Fire TV Cube
No more searching or fighting for the remote with Amazon’s Fire TV Cube streaming media player and smart speaker. You can use the Fire TV Cube to control your TV, compatible sound equipment, and smart home devices, all hands-free. When you want to ask Alexa to answer a question or control the lights, the Fire TV Cube’s far-field microphone recognizes your voice and responds with an internal speaker. You can turn off the microphone for privacy if you wish. The Fire TV Cube supports 4K Ultra HD, HDR10+, and Dolby Vision video and Dolby Atmos audio equipment.

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Fire TV Recast — $145 ($85 off)

Amazon Fire TV Recast
Amazon’s Fire TV Recast is the solution for cord-cutters’ greatest regret. You ditched your cable or dish TV content provider and didn’t miss the ever-burgeoning monthly bills. But now you can’t record your favorite shows to watch later. Even though you can access loads of over-the-air (OTA) digital content with an inexpensive HD antenna, sacrificing the convenience of automatically recording broadcast content might even tempt you back to a corded life.

Stay resolute with your cord-cutting with no regrets with the Fire TV Recast DVR. This model has two tuners and 500GB of storage so that you can save up to 75 hours of streaming content. You’ll need an HD antenna to stream over-the-air content and a Fire TV devices such as the two Fire TV Sticks or the Fire TV Cube. Also, to be clear, you can’t use the Recast to record anything other than OTA content, so no Netflix, HBO, or Amazon Prime, but you can record network TV shows, broadcast sports events, and any other streaming content just like you did with a cable TV DVR.

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Why not take home a shiny new 4K TV to tune into March Madness on the cheap? We’ve rounded up all the best 4K TV deals and the best OLED TV deals, so no matter what your’e looking for, you can rest assured you’re getting it for the best possible price through Digital Trends.

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