Amazon Fire TV Stick: the latest and best Black Friday deals

Amazon Fire TV Stick: the best and latest Black Friday deals on the Alexa voice remote.

The Amazon Fire TV Stick is a popular product during Black Friday – and these are the latest deals.

If you’re after the Alexa Voice Remote, then the day of deals is one of the best times to bag a discount.

The Alexa smart speaker has previously sold out during the day as they’re usually at their lowest price ever.

This year’s Black Friday takes place on 25 November, but Amazon confirmed its sale would start from 18 November until 28 November.

There’s a number of different Fire TV Stick models, as well as the Fire TV Cube, which have all been discounted.

This includes the classic edition of the device, the 4K edition and the “most affordable” version of the Fire TV Stick.

Below you can find out everything we know so far about the Amazon Fire TV Stick Black Friday sale.

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What are the latest Fire TV Stick Black Friday deals?

The Fire TV Stick Lite is currently the cheapest model at £17.99. This version of the device comes with Alexa Voice Remote but no TV controls, you’ll have to use your regular remote for that.

It’s 40 percent off as part of Amazon’s Black Friday sale and lets you stream hundreds of shows, films and platforms on their most affordable device.

Meanwhile the classic Fire TV Stick, which also has TV controls is £22.99 in the sale, and the Fire TV Stick 4K is £27.99.

The higher priced models include Fire TV Stick 4K Max for £37.99 and the Fire TV Cube (3rd gen) is £119.99 as part of the retailer’s Black Friday sale.

The 4K Fire TV Stick features in the Amazon Black Friday sale.

The 4K Fire TV Stick features in the Amazon Black Friday sale.

There’s still plenty of time left for Amazon’s Black Friday sale, which will run across the weekend and into Cyber Monday.

They’re expected to drop even more new deals and flash offers, so you can keep an eye out on the Fire TV Stick page.

If you bookmark it, you can check back across the weekend to see if there’s any additional discounts on the popular device.

Other retailers including Argos and Currys also sell the Fire TV Stick and are likely to include the product in their Black Friday sales. Their prices currently match Amazon’s, but shoppers can expect some price drops to compete with each other over the next few days.

To shop the Fire TV Stick Black Friday offers and find out more head to Amazon here.

When is Black Friday 2022?

This year’s Black Friday will officially take place on 25 November, with a number of brands running week, or month-long discounts on thousands of products.

This includes athleisure brand, Gymshark which has launched an up to 60 percent off sale on gym gear and loungewear.

The brand has confirmed there’s “no end date just yet” for the sale, but customers can get discounts on leggings, sport bras, hoodies, shorts and more.

Another is Oodie, which is offering up to £35 off the cozy hoodie/blanket, and Lego has confirmed a weekend-long sale starting from 25 November both in-store and online.

While Revolution Beauty is offering up to 50 percent thousands of products including its popular advent calendar and collaborations including Clueless and The Powerpuff Girls ranges.

It’s also been confirmed that Amazon is kicking off its Black Friday Week on 18 November, with deals expected to run into Cyber Monday on 28 November.

If you’re an Amazon Prime member, then you’ll be able to access Black Friday deals before anyone else.

The members get early access to ‘Lightning Deals’, which only run for a short, allotted time – and once they’ve sold out, they’re gone.

This includes Amazon’s own devices, gaming products, TVs, beauty products and garden and homeware.

You can bookmark the page amazon.co.uk/deals and check it regularly for the latest offers in the run-up to Black Friday.

 

 

 

 

 

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