Trade In A Chromecast Or Roku, Get Up To $35 Off The Amazon Fire TV Cube

Amazon's newest Fire TV device, the Fire TV Cube, is going to start shipping on Thursday. But for those that haven't pre-ordered yet, Amazon is offering up a pretty sweet trade-in deal, where you can get up to $35 off of the price of the Amazon Fire TV Cube - which is originally, $119. Depending on the streaming device you trade-in, you can get a pretty good discount on the new Fire TV Cube. You can trade in a Roku set-top box or dongle, an Apple TV or a Chromecast device. Unfortunately, Android TV set-top boxes are not available to trade-in. Though if you do have an Android TV set-top box, it is likely the NVIDIA SHIELD TV, which is still more expensive than the Fire TV Cube.

Trading in your current streaming device is pretty simple. Just hit the link below and you can then choose the device you want to trade in. Amazon will give you a quote of how much it'll likely be worth, and give you a credit for the device once it receives it. That credit can be used to buy a new Fire TV device, either the regular Fire TV dongle or the Fire TV Cube. Which is a pretty sweet deal, especially if you just want the regular Fire TV which does have 4K and HDR support anyways. It really couldn't be much easier, and it's a good way to jump onto the Fire TV platform if you've been using Chromecast, Apple TV or Roku's platform.

The Amazon Fire TV Cube is the latest Fire TV streaming box from Amazon, and it has all of the usual features you'd expect. That includes Alexa, and being able to use Alexa to find shows to watch, order pizza and even control your smart home. It basically works as an Echo device and a Fire TV built-in, as it is always listening, thanks to the eight microphones included here. The Fire TV Cube also runs on the Fire TV platform, so you're going to get plenty of great apps here to use on your TV, including Netflix, Hulu, Fubo TV, DIRECTV NOW, Sling TV and so much more. You can pre-order the Fire TV Cube from the link below, as well as get your trade-in started.

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