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October 3, 2018

Amazon is already bundling the new Fire TV Stick 4K to help you save

by John_A

It’s already time to save!

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Amazon has just announced an all-new Fire TV Stick 4K, and if you’re in the market to buy one, you can already score a bit of a discount. The company is no stranger to offering pre-order bundles, and there’s no exception with this new hardware. It’s set to begin shipping on October 31, but if you get your orders in early, you can group it with some of Amazon’s other new hardware and save a couple bucks in the process.

First up, Amazon is offering $10 off when you buy two of them at the same time and use coupon code TWOPACK during checkout. This brings the cost of both down to $89.98, or about $45 each. Only need one of them? Amazon has the new Fire TV Stick 4K bundled with its third-gen Echo Dot for just $79.98, which is $20 less than buying the two pieces on their own, and also a bundle with the Recast DVR for those really serious about cutting the cord. It comes with the new Fire TV Stick 4K, Fire TV Recast (DVR), and an HD Antenna all for just $249.97, which is $50 less than it normally sells for.

The other part of the announcement was Amazon’s all-new Alexa Voice Remote, which the company is selling on its own for $29.99. There are no current bundles on this, but if you’re content with your current Fire TV hardware, you can just grab this remote to gain the new functionality. Amazon is still selling the non-4K Fire TV Stick for $39.99 and the Fire TV with 4K (pendant design) for $69.99.

Amazon is also still offering a bunch of killer discounts on its new lineup of Echo hardware, so be sure to check all of those out as well.

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