Deal: Amazon Fire TV Game Controller 40% Off - Prime Day 2018

Amazon's Fire TV Game Controller is 40-percent off for Prime Day 2018, having been discounted on early Monday morning PST. The gamepad can hence now be purchased for $29.99, $15 down its regular price. Much like its name suggests, the gadget is compatible with Amazon's Fire TV and Fire TV Stick, allowing you to take your home entertainment beyond streaming. Much like the vast majority of other first-party products being discounted on this year's Prime Day, the Fire TV Game Controller is only likely to be available at this lower price until Wednesday, 3 AM EST.

Both the Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick are presently also on sale, together with the Fire TV Cube, making this a rare opportunity to set up a new living room entertainment system at a highly affordable price. With the Fire TV stick now being 50-percent off, you're able to start gaming on Amazon's platform with a physical controller for as little as $50 in total.

The controller itself utilizes an Xbox-inspired button layout and is also equipped with a 3.5mm headphone jack, in addition to having a dedicated voice control key and support for Amazon's Alexa, allowing you to quickly interact with your streaming solution of choice much like you would if you were using a remote. Amazon's platform also offers a wide variety of free games, as well as other inexpensive titles. Refer to the banner below to check whether the Fire TV Game Controller is still discounted and in stock.

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