Amazon is fond of bundling some of its products with others, and right now it’s offering a free Echo Dot with the purchase of a Fire TV Stick 4K. That means you can ave $30 when buying this bundle rather than picking the two items up separately.

If you were to add a Fire TV Stick 4K and an Echo Dot to your cart right now you’d be expected to pay just shy of $100. If you buy them as part of Amazon’s special bundle right now you can get them for just $69.98, making them quite the bargain.

Buy: Fire TV Stick 4K bundle with Echo Dot (3rd Gen) from Amazon: $69.98 | Original price: $100

This bundle includes a Fire TV Stick 4K and an Echo Dot. Pair to get hands-free voice control of your Fire TV with Alexa—just say “Alexa, play ‘Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan.’”
Fire TV Stick 4K is the most powerful 4K streaming media stick with a Wi-Fi antenna design optimized for 4K Ultra HD streaming. Enjoy brilliant picture with access to 4K Ultra HD, Dolby Vision, HDR, and HDR10+.

The Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K is a great way to get 4K streaming content onto any 4K TV equipped with a spare HDMI port. It’s compatible with all of the important features including 4K Ultra HD, Dolby Vision, HDR, and HDR10+, too. Throw in the fact that the free Echo Dot also has Alexa built in and things get super interesting. Want to be able to control your TV using your voice? No problem!

Speaking of the Echo Dot, what else is there to say about it at this point? The great little hockey puck-like device may not be the best-sounding speaker in the market, but it does house arguably the best digital assistant in the aforementioned Alexa. Getting one free is pretty great, and you can use it to control more than your TV, too. Have a smart home? Alexa has you covered.

Amazon isn’t saying how long this bundle will be around for, so get your order in today before it goes away.

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