Get Fire TV Sticks up to 38% off with Amazon’s Memorial Day Sale
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If you’re looking for some great Memorial Day TV deals, you’ll probably need a streaming stick to go along with it.
Fortunately, Amazon also has all of its Fire TV streaming sticks on sale right now.
Memorial Day weekend is a big time for sales, and we’ve seen incredible prices not only on tech products, but also on bedding, appliances, and furniture.
All five available designs are up to 38% off if you buy now, and Amazon Prime members can have theirs delivered in two days.
Below, we’ve broken down all the differences so you can figure out which Fire TV is right for you.
This is the simplest of Amazon’s Fire TV sticks. This is the lowest price they offer, so you will only be able to stream in HD quality. This is great for on-the-go streamers looking for something affordable to travel with and those who don’t necessarily need 4K capabilities.
This model’s streaming stick is essentially the same as the Fire TV Stick Lite, so you’re mostly paying for an improved remote that lets you control your TV’s power and volume, in addition to using your voice to open apps, search for streamers and more.
This is the Fire TV stick for the standard streamer in 2023, as most TVs these days support 4K HDR streaming. With it, you’ll be able to watch select Prime Video and Disney+ titles with Dolby Atmos when connected to compatible equipment.
Just like the 4K stick, this small but mighty stick can stream 4K UHD content and supports Dolby Atmos audio where available, but it’s also 40% more powerful, especially for gamers. It also supports Wi-Fi 6, but to take advantage of that you’ll also need a Wi-Fi 6 router (like eero’s!).
Amazon’s best streaming device is also a cube speaker And operates entirely using hands-free voice control. It has all the same 4K, Dolby Atmos, and WI-Fi 6 support of the Fire TV Stick 4K Max, but you can change channels, launch apps, adjust volume, and more by calling commands to Alexa. If you’re worried about committing to a no-remote experience, don’t worry, because it still comes with an Alexa voice remote.