Stream Away With The Fire TV Stick Lite For A Measly $18.99 Today

Amazon is currently selling its own Fire TV Stick Lite hardware with a whopping 37% discount applied. This ongoing offer brings the price down to just $18.99.

This product is Amazon’s most affordable Fire TV Stick in the current range but comes with most of the power of the standard TV Stick and with only a few limitations. This hardware is perfect for people who want to stream HD content and who want access to 200,000 free movies and TV episodes available on a variety of channels. This type of content comes from ad-supported streaming apps as well as premium channels that can be subscribed to, such as Netflix and Hulu.

The accompanying Alexa Voice Remote is perfect for searching for content quickly by simply barking out some voice commands. The dedicated Alexa button on the top of the control makes it extremely easy to introduce voice into the standard TV watching workflow. Perfect for all of those lazy movie watchers out there who simply don’t want to mess around with buttons.

This Fire TV Stick Lite works perfectly with an existing Amazon account and can be used to control compatible home automation hardware that offers compatibility with the Alexa voice platform. The only real downside and limitation to this hardware is that it’s limited to HD rather than 4K streaming and it doesn’t come with the capability to control the TV set using the Alexa Voice Remote.

This Fire TV Stick Lite can be purchased on the direct link below. Amazon isn’t requiring any discount codes or coupons to unlock the discount but this is likely going to be one of those flash deals that come and go before you know it. So, with that in mind, if you want a $19.00 Fire TV Stick, go grab it right now!

Buy: Fire TV Stick Lite with Alexa Voice Remote Lite from Amazon: $18.99 | Original price: $30

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