All the Amazon Fire TV Sticks are back down to their Big Spring Sale prices from Mashable

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Take your pick of Amazon Fire TV Sticks for easy, fast streaming, all of which are back down to their Amazon Big Spring Sale prices.

Overview
Best 4K streaming deal
Best deal for most people
Best budget deal

At the end of a long day, you just want to sit on the couch and watch your favorite movies and shows in peace. You don’t want to suffer through endless buffering and painstakingly typing in every letter of your complicated password. If you want a simpler viewing experience with better picture quality, it may be time to upgrade your streaming experience with an Amazon Fire TV Stick.

Setup is easy: you just pop the HDMI stick into your TV (or laptop or other device) and you instantly have access to Full HD streaming (and 4K streaming if you spring for it) on all your favorite apps like Netflix, Prime Video, Disney+, Max. The included, easy-to-use remote has Alexa voice control capability for easy search and navigation.

Plus, this is a great time to buy an Amazon Fire TV Stick, since all the models are on sale for up to 40 percent off and back down to their Amazon Big Spring Sale prices.

The basics of all the Sticks are the same, but people who want more of a home theater vibe should go for the Max, which streams in 4K Ultra HD and supports Dolby Vision, HDR10+, WiFi 6, and immersive Dolby Atmos audio. If you’re a stickler for aesthetics, you can display 2,000 pieces of museum-quality art and photography on your TV with Fire TV Ambient Experience.

Or, if you’re just looking for something cheap and easy, the Stick Lite streams everything you need and also comes with a free 6-month subscription to MGM+. Not bad for 20 bucks.

Amazon Fire TV Stick Lite$19.99 $29.99 (save $10)

Amazon Fire TV Stick$24.99 $39.99 (save $15)

Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K$29.99 $49.99 (save $20)

Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K Max$39.99 $59.99 (save $20)

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