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October 4, 2018

Trade in an old device and get $20 off a new Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K

by John_A

Move on from standard and boring.

Trade in whatever media streaming player you own and once it’s received, Amazon will take $20 off the cost of a new Fire TV Stick 4K when you go to checkout. The Fire TV Stick 4K is a brand new product Amazon just released, and it comes with an all new Alexa remote, too.

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You can also use this trade-in program to bring the relatively new Fire TV Cube down to $84.99, which is a $35 discount. The Fire TV Cube will also include Amazon’s new Alexa remote.

So the way this works is you trade in any Roku, Apple or Google streaming device and Amazon will give you up to $2.99 as an Amazon gift card. This works with pretty much any device, whether it’s an old Roku streaming stick or Google Chromecast Ultra. Once your trade-in is accepted by Amazon, add a Fire TV Stick 4K to your cart and the bonus savings of $20 will be taken out automatically during checkout.

Sending in the device is easy, too. Pick the device you want to trade in from Amazon’s list, answer a question about the condition of the device, and then print the shipping label Amazon creates for you. You have seven days from when you submit the trade-in to mail it to Amazon.

There are other ways to save on Amazon’s new device, too. Check out all the great bundles that includes devices like the 3rd-generation Echo Dot, the Fire TV Recast and more.

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