This story is part of , CNET’s guide on everything you need to know and how to make sure you get the best deal.
is coming , and , and have their own sales starting from Sunday. The result? There’s a number of excellent deals on starting now.
All of the below devices are simple ways to upgrade older TVs with the latest, with some at or near all-time low prices. However, we would exercise caution on buying Amazon devices till Monday — for example, the Fire TV Stick 4K will match its lowest-ever price of $25, and there’s likely more where that came from.
In the meantime, there’s still a lot of great options including 40% off theand a $10 discount on the .
Note that prices and availability were accurate at the time of publication, but they may fluctuate.
Fire TV, Roku and streaming deals available now
Roku and Fire TV are far from the only streamers out there — Android TV has made some meaningful gains in recent years. TiVo Stream 4K is an Android TV streamer that has some tricks up its sleeve, for example: Unlike Roku it offers a YouTube TV app, plus its interface is more conducive to grazing for new shows. At $29, this device is a drop-dead bargain.
Cheap and dead simple, the Roku Express delivers all the joy of Roku’s platform, but in a crazy-small package. It comes with a remote, Micro-USB and HDMI ports, an HDMI cable, plus a tiny sticker to keep it in place. That said, with the 4K version on sale for just $5 more; that’s far and away the better deal.
The Fire TV Cube combines an Alexa voice-controlled speaker, a Fire TV 4K video streamer and a universal remote control in one device. If you like using your voice to control the TV — not to mention other devices in your Alexa-friendly household — it may well be worth taking the plunge on this interesting all-in-one product, marked down from $120 to $100. Note that this is the newest (2019) version, which has added some nice improvements since we first evaluated it in 2018.