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The Amazon Fire TV Stick Lite Is Now Just $25

Amazon has the Fire TV Stick Lite on sale right now for $24.99. That’s saving you $5 off of the regular price. Not quite the lowest price it has ever been, but for $25, this is still a great way to turn an old TV into a smart TV.

The Fire TV Stick Lite is exactly what it sounds like, a cheaper, lighter version of the regular Fire TV Stick. Don’t expect 4K HDR compatibility here, you’re getting 1080p on the Fire TV Stick Lite. But that’s expected, on a streaming stick that is normally priced at $30.

Fire TV Stick Lite comes with all the essentials you need to get set up and start watching with ease. And with 50% more power than Fire TV Stick (2019 release), Fire TV Stick Lite delivers quick app starts and fast streaming in Full HD.

It sports the older Alexa Voice Remote, which doesn’t have volume buttons included. Press and hold the voice button and ask Alexa to find, launch and control content. Easily search and enjoy thousands of movies, TV shows, apps, and games. Alexa can also play music, answer questions, read the news, check the weather, and set alarms.

Streaming on Fire TV is simple and intuitive. It all starts with the easy-to-use Fire TV home screen. Search across multiple streaming services, including hundreds of channels and apps, to find what you want to watch.

Enjoy favorites from Netflix, YouTube, Prime Video, Disney+, HBO Max, Apple TV+, STARZ, SHOWTIME, CBS All Access, and others. Stream live news, sports, and must-see shows. Access tens of thousands of HDR titles. Plus, play millions of songs through services like Amazon Music, Apple Music, Spotify, Pandora and iHeartRadio. Subscription fees may apply.

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You can pick up the Fire TV Stick Lite from Amazon today by clicking here. This price is not going to last very long though.

Fire TV Stick Lite – Amazon

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