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So much to binge-watch, so little time! With a slew of new series, reunions shows and revivals, such as Friends, Sex and the City and Hocus Pocus 2, on the horizon, there’s no time like the present to ensure you’ve got the right streaming device on hand to view your favorites. That’s especially true today, since Best Buy currently has a great deal on the feature-packed Amazon Fire Stick Lite.
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Normally retailing for $29.99, this gadget is now selling for $19.99—that’s a savings of more than 30%! This compact streaming stick has more than 125,000 5-star ratings on Amazon, where it’s going for $24.99. Reviewers cite its smooth setup as a top reason to love it, though it also shares some of the key features our readers love in the pricier new Amazon Fire Stick ($39.99). Namely? Its Alexa voice remote capability and the instant access it affords to a huge catalog of thousands of channels, apps and voice assistant capabilities.
The Lite version won’t control your TV (so no volume adjustments here) and it doesn’t have the Dolby Atmos passthrough that the regular Fire Stick does, but for viewing live television, free channels and premium subscription services, this compact streaming device packs a powerful punch.
If you really want to level up your viewing experience, however, you can also spring for the Amazon Fire Stick 4K (on sale for $39.99 from $49.99), which we ranked among our favorite streaming devices for its ability to support copious platforms, including newer services such as Disney+, excellent remote and upgraded experience, which comes courtesy of its 4K compatibility, Dolby Atmos passthrough and more.
There’s no better time to level up your viewing pleasure, so grab this deal while it lasts and get ready to stream in style!
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