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Deal: Amazon’s Fire TV only $34 with 3-month subscription to Sling TV or $84 without


Sling TV just launched a few days ago, and it’s gotten many consumers to second guess their traditional cable network. When it launched, Amazon and Sling TV partnered up to offer some great deals on the Fire TV set-top box and Fire TV Stick. That deal is still going on, but if you haven’t taken advantage of it yet, now may be a good time to do so.

Amazon is currently offering the Fire TV set-top box for $84, which is a $15 discount from its normal price. That’s already a pretty good deal, but it gets better. If you’re looking to try Sling TV, pre-paying for a three-month subscription ($60 in all) will get you a $50 discount code for the Fire TV. So, with the two deals combined, the Fire TV can be yours for $34 with a three-month subscription to the streaming service. In all, you’ll pay $94 for the set-top box and Sling TV subscription. Considering that the Fire TV is normally $99, this is a pretty decent deal if you’re considering signing up for Sling TV already.

So, how do you get the discount code? First, head to the Sling TV website and prepay for your three-month subscription to the service. You’ll then receive a coupon code that can be used for either $50 off the Fire TV set-top box or to get a free Fire TV Stick. Copy the discount code, and head to Amazon and add either the Fire TV box or Stick to your cart. Enter the discount code before you check out, and your price should drop to the aforementioned promotional price. If you have any trouble along the way, let us know in the comments and we’ll help you sort it out.

Once you sign up for your subscription, head to the Amazon links below to grab the Fire TV set-top box or Fire TV Stick.

Save on the Amazon Fire TV set-top box
Save on the Fire TV Stick


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