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With Black Friday and Cyber Monday right around the corner, it’s a great time to upgrade your electronics or finally cut the cord. The long weekend traditionally brings consumers the lowest prices of the year and spectacular bundled savings. Here are a few of the best deals on streaming services and devices you’ll see this weekend.
Amazon slashed prices on the Fire TV line of products early for the biggest sale of the year – many of these deals begin November 23. You can get an Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K with Alexa voice remote for less than the regular price of the basic Fire TV Stick model. Or, grab a Fire TV Stick-Echo Dot bundle for only $41.99. If you’re looking for a great DVR designed for cordcutters, the Fire TV Recast will record hours of your favorite shows.
You can’t go wrong with the easy-to-use Roku platform (it's our favorite), especially at these prices. Roku’s portable streaming sticks are easy to take anywhere and come with a voice remote and a new mute button. You’ll get great picture quality and smooth viewing experience on the Streaming Stick + with HD 4K HDR. The Ultra model is essentially the same but adds USB and MicroSD ports and ships with a premium pair of JBL headphones. The Roku Soundbar provides high-quality audio and has a streaming device built-in. All purchases of new Roku devices include about $65 of free entertainment in the form of three free months of Hulu and Pandora Premium.
Get 50% off Amazon premium channels for the first three months when you subscribe through Prime Video. Get CBS All Access commercial-free, Comedy Central Now, Shudder, Boomerang, NickHits, BET+, Britbox, Epix, MTV Hits, PBS Living, PBS Masterpiece, PBS Kids, and more. All half off for the first three months.
Normally, you can score a 7-day free trial on the exclusive CBS streaming service, but if you subscribe before December 2nd, you’ll get a whole month. Coupon code: THANKS
These aren’t the only deals you’ll find on streaming and cordcutting devices, just a few of the more popular ones. Bundle up and grab some deals this weekend.
Megan Southard is a writer, mom, technology enthusiast, and movie junkie. She dreads the day her kids have to explain gadgets to her and is old enough to say, "I was the remote for our TV growing up."
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