Best Amazon Fire TV Stick deals for November 2023
These are the best prices on Amazon Fire TV sticks right now.
Transform your television into a smart TV with an Amazon Fire TV Stick. Easy to set up, simple to use and an affordable option, they offer all your favourite streaming services without having to splash the cash on a brand new TV.
Amazon Fire Sticks provides apps, TV channels and streaming services in an easy to manage bundle, simply by plugging into the back of your telly. If you've got an older TV and you're pining for the functionality of a newer 'smart' TV, then an Amazon Fire Stick could be the perfect solution.
At the other end of the spectrum, you will find the pricier Fire TV Cube at £139.99 RRP. As the most powerful Fire TV device, it doubles up as an Echo smart speaker and a streaming player. However, these additional features do come at a higher price.
But luckily for you, Amazon often likes to discount its own devices throughout the year, so we've put together a list of the best Amazon Fire Stick prices available now.
Best Fire TV Stick deals at a glance:
- Amazon Fire TV Stick Lite | £34.99
- Amazon Fire TV Stick | £44.99
- Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K | £59.99
- Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K Max | £69.99
- Amazon Fire TV Cube |£139.99
Best Fire TV Stick deals for November 2023
Amazon Fire TV Stick | £44.99
What's the deal: The original Fire TV Stick is available for an RRP of £44.99.
Why we chose it: The original Amazon Fire TV Stick was updated in 2020 and now comes with power and volume controls on the Alexa Voice Remote. This smart TV stick streams in HD and supports Dolby Atmos surround sound audio. It comes in the same 'USB-style' as all the other Fire TV Sticks, so it can be neatly hidden behind the TV.
- Amazon Fire TV Stick | £44.99
Amazon Fire TV Cube | £139.99
What's the deal: The Fire TV Cube is the most powerful Fire TV device – and the most expensive. Right now it's sitting at the RRP of £139.99, but we'll be sure to updated you if that changes.
Why we chose it: The Fire TV Cube offers streaming in Ultra HD and 4K and provides the same support as the 4K Stick for Dolby Vision, HDR, HDR10+ and Dolby Atmos. The voice control is also the most sophisticated and allows you to control your TV and Alexa-compatible devices hands-free.
- Amazon Fire TV Cube | £139.99
Amazon Fire TV Stick Lite | £34.99
What's the deal: The Amazon Fire TV Stick Lite is the cheapest Fire TV device around, sitting at its £34.99 RRP.
Why we chose it: The Amazon Fire TV Stick Lite provides full HD streaming, voice control via Alexa and access to various streaming subscriptions including Prime Video, NOW TV and Disney Plus. These are joined by apps such as Spotify, Audible and YouTube.
Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K | £59.99
What's the deal: The Fire TV Stick 4K is the cheapest Fire TV device to offer 4K as well as HD streaming and now it's available for £59.99. It was recently upgraded to provide a much smoother, faster, streaming experience and this latest version is now available to buy.
Why we chose it: This 4K device supports Dolby Vision, HDR10+ and Dolby Atmos, and has those dedicated volume and power buttons that are so popular on the original Fire TV Stick. The latest version has also taken things a step further with a 1.7 GHZ quad-core processor and Wi-Fi 6 compatibility, meaning it should be 30% more powerful than before.
Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K Max | £69.99
What's the deal: The Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K Max is an all-new 4K streaming stick that was revealed in September. It's now available for £69.99.
Why we chose it: You can find out all about this new stick in our Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K Max release date page. But for now all you should know is that it's faster, and more powerful than any other Amazon streaming stick. It has improved controls and can any TV into a work of art thanks to the Ambient Experience.
- Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K Max | £69.99 at Amazon
What is the Amazon Fire TV Stick?
The Amazon Fire TV Stick is a device that you plug into the back of your TV and allows you to stream shows from subscription services such as Netflix, Disney Plus and Amazon Prime Video. It looks a little like a USB stick and slots into the HDMI ports found in the back of your TV. These streaming sticks can be a brilliant way to upgrade an old TV and watch streaming services on a bigger screen rather than a laptop.
What types of Amazon Fire TV Stick are there?
There are three Amazon Fire TV Stick models to choose from and their normal prices range from £34.99 to £59.99 RRP (unless there is a deal on). In addition to these, there is also the Fire TV Cube, which has the capacity to be used as a smart speaker as well as a Fire TV device.
- Amazon Fire TV Stick Lite | £34.99 RRP
- Amazon Fire TV Stick | £44.99 RRP
- Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K | £59.99 RRP
- Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K Max | £69.99 RRP
- Amazon Fire TV Cube | £139.99 RRP
Amazon recently released a new Alexa Voice Remote, which is available for £29.99 on its own, or for £44.99 with the Amazon Fire TV Stick. New features on the remote include shortcuts to services such as Amazon Prime Video and Disney Plus.
Which Amazon Fire TV Stick should you buy?
Amazon Fire TV Stick Lite
If you simply want to upgrade an old TV and use it to stream your favourite Prime Video TV shows, the Fire TV Stick Lite is a great option. Newly released in 2020, this smart TV stick is the cheapest Fire TV device yet and offers no-fuss HD streaming. Read our Amazon Fire TV Stick Lite review for more details.
Amazon Fire TV Stick
Updated in 2020, the new Amazon Fire TV Stick also streams in HD. One of the biggest differences between the Fire TV Stick and the cheaper Lite is that the original smart TV stick now has power and volume buttons on the Alexa Voice remote. Not a major upgrade but it does save you from swapping between remotes. Read our Amazon Fire TV Stick (2020) review to find out how it compares to its predecessor.
Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K
The cheapest way to get 4K streaming on a Fire TV device. It also supports Dolby Vision, HDR, HDR10+ and Dolby Atmos and has the superior Alexa Voice remote with the extra TV controls. Fantastic for those who want to get the most out of a 4K TV.
Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K Max
The all-new 4K Max comes with a 2.0 GHz quad-core processor and is the first-ever streaming stick to include support for Wi-Fi 6E. Like it's cheaper version it has Alexa voice control and a remote, although this upgraded version has buttons to include things like recent watches and favourites. This Fire Stick is also the first to be built with the Ambient Experience, which first came in with Amazon's new Fire TVs. This function can turn any TV into a work of art, a picture or a helpful reminder page.
Amazon Fire TV Cube
Read our Amazon Fire TV Cube review to find out why we think this device is brilliant for anyone who's been looking to purchase Amazon's own devices for a while because it combines two-in-one. The Fire TV Cube is a fully-fledged Echo smart speaker with the added benefit of 4K streaming and all your streaming services in one place. If you've considered buying both an Echo and Fire TV Stick and have not yet taken the plunge, the Fire TV Cube is an ideal purchase for you.
Amazon Fire TV Stick alternatives
Amazon is not the only brand to make great quality smart TV sticks so you have plenty of choice when choosing a new device. Read our Chromecast vs Fire TV Stick guide to get started or take a look at our recommended alternatives below.
- Roku Express 4K | £39.99 at Argos
Roku makes some of the most affordable smart TV sticks on the market. There are three smart TV sticks in the range: the Roku Express, Roku Express 4K and Roku Streaming Stick+. Both the Roku Express 4K and Roku Streaming Stick+ offer 4K streaming, while the cheapest smart TV stick, the Roku Express, streams in HD only.
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