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Amazon Fire TV Stick Lite gets killer price cut ahead of Black Friday

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The new Amazon Fire TV Stick Lite has barely finished making its debut and retailers are already slashing its price. 

Currently, Amazon Prime members get the Fire TV Stick Lite for $17.99 (Best Buy also has the Fire TV Stick Lite for $17.99). That's $12 off and one of the best cheap Black Friday deals we've seen. 

Amazon Fire TV Stick Lite: was $29 now $17 @ Amazon
The new Fire TV Stick Lite is a cheaper version of the Fire TV Stick. Like its pricier counterpart, this 1080p streamer supports HDR, HDR 10, HDR10+, and HLG, but it lacks Dolby Atmos Audio and dedicated volume/power buttons. Otherwise, this streamer is your best pick if you're looking for a cheap streamer. This is the first time it's on sale. Best Buy also has the same offer.View Deal

Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K: was $49 now $29 @ Amazon
For 4K resolution and speedier navigation, the Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K is the streamer to get. You can stream videos, listen to music, interact with Alexa, and play games for just $29.99. Best Buy is matching that price.View Deal

The Amazon Fire TV Stick Lite is essentially a cheaper version of the traditional Fire TV Stick. The 1080p streamer supports a variety of HDR formats (HDR, HDR 10, HDR10+, and HLG) and is powered by the same quad-core 1.7GHz CPU you'll find in the Fire TV Stick. (Check out our Fire TV Stick Lite vs. Fire TV Stick for more side-by-side comparisons).

However, the Fire TV Stick only supports Dolby Audio, whereas the Fire TV Stick supports Dolby Atmos Audio. Likewise, the cheaper streamer lacks the dedicated volume/power buttons found on its pricer counterpart. That said, video quality and performance should be the same, which makes the Fire TV Stick Lite a solid pick, especially now that it's on sale. 

As deals editor at Tom’s Guide, Louis is constantly looking for ways to avoid paying full price for the latest gadgets. That means price checking against multiple retailers and searching high and low for the best deals to bring readers. A born-and-bred New Yorker, Louis is also an avid swimmer and marathoner. His work has appeared on Gizmodo, CNET, and Time Out New York.