Here’s how to get Amazon’s Fire TV Stick Lite for under $50

Posted: 10 December 2020 9:33 am
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For a limited time, you can pick up the Fire TV Stick Lite for just $49.

If you're in the market for an Amazon device, now is the time to shop. The online marketplace giant is slashing prices across all the best-selling products – we're talking the Echo, Ring Home Security, Kindle Paperwhite and the Eero.

What else can you save your hard-earned cash on? Right now, you can pick up the Fire TV Stick Lite for just $49. That's $10 off the usual price of $59, meaning you're saving a total of 17%.

This red-hot saving is only available for a limited time, so if you are serious about getting your hands on it, you've got to shop now!

The best part? If you order now, you can get it delivered in time for the holiday season. Amazon's Fire TV Stick Lite makes the perfect gift for Christmas, or even if you have someone's birthday coming up.


All you need to know about the Fire TV Stick Lite

The Fire TV Stick Lite allows you to enjoy fast streaming in full HD, whether it be thousands of movies and TV shows included in your Prime membership, or free TV from apps like 7Plus, 9Now and more.

It also arrives with Alexa Voice Remote. This means you can use your voice to easily search and play all kinds of shows and movies across a number of platforms.

Familiar with good ol' Alexa? You'll know that she can pretty much do it all! Alexa can play music, answer any of your weird and wonderful questions, read you the morning news, check the weather before you head out the door and set all kinds of alarms to get your life organised.

If you need any more convincing of why this price is an absolute steal, you can check out our review of it.


Check out even more bargains with our daily round-up of the newest Amazon deals.

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