'Forget cable': Over 480,000 shoppers love the Amazon Fire 4K TV Stick—and it's on sale for $40

Rudie Obias
·2-min read

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Grab a 4K Fire TV Stick for half price (Photo: Amazon)
Grab a 4K Fire TV Stick for half price (Photo: Amazon)

Got an older 4K TV? You can upgrade it to a smart TV— instantly—with the Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K. And right now, this genius gizmo is on sale for just $40.

Here’s how it works: Simply plug it into one of your 4K TV’s HDMI ports and the streaming device will search for your home’s Wi-Fi network automatically and wait for you to log in. That's it!

Once synced, you’ll have access to hundreds of streaming apps and channels, including Netflix, YouTube, Prime Video, HBO, Starz, Showtime and more. You’ll find fun interactive settings like pop-up results for actor and director names via IMDb.

Want the news, weather or sports scores? Use Alexa for voice search, hands-free navigation and more.

Save 50 percent on the Fire TV Stick 4K with this special promo code. (Photo: Amazon)
Save 10 bucks on the Fire TV Stick 4K. (Photo: Amazon)

With an unreal 480,000 five-star reviews, it's safe to say this thing is a winner. 

“If you get this new Fire Stick forget cable,” one shopper shared. “I love this new Fire Stick. I need one for each room. It has more features and stations that are free and come with the Fire Stick.”

“The picture quality looks great, and I love the new remote,” another five-star shopper added. “It was easy to set up to my Samsung Smart TV and soundbar. I use it to watch DirectTV Now and it works flawlessly.”

The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.

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