Deal: Fire TV, Gaming Edition & HD Antenna Bundle From $84.99 – 4/4/16


The latest media streaming devices are continually to be popular choices for consumers. Offering access to a number of TV optimized apps and games and all at an affordable price. While the Chromecast remains to be a very popular option, those looking for more functionally only have to look at Amazon's Fire TV range of devices and right now Amazon is offering some decent discounts for those who are looking to pick one up.

If you are after the standard Fire TV, then this unit is currently reduced down from $99.99 to only $84.99, so a nice saving of $15. Likewise, Amazon is also currently running a deal on the Amazon Fire TV + HD Antenna Bundle. This package includes the standard Fire TV console, a HDMI lead and a AmazonBasics Ultra Thin Indoor HDTV Antenna (operating distance of 35-miles). The antenna will allow Fire TV owners to pick up free broadcast high-definition TV signals, local to their area. Some of the local access providers listed include the likes of ABC, CBS, NBC, and FOX. This package is normally available for $131.47 (which is already a saving compared to buying the products separately). However, as part of the promotion, you can currently pick the package up for only $94.99, making this package cheaper than what the Fire TV normally sells for on its own. Last but least, If you are more interested in the gaming side of Fire OS, then it will be worth taking a look at the Fire TV Gaming Edition which is also currently available with $15 off, bringing the total down from $139.99 to only $124.99.

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