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Black Friday deals arrived early this year — some may even sell out before Thanksgiving ends. If you’re taking a break from the Turkey Day table to do some online shopping,at the likes of , , and, of course, . One discount we’ve got our eyes on: This year’s Insignia Fire TV, which is on sale for only $80.
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TVs have gotten pretty affordable over the years, and plenty of people have more than one in their home.in the living room, but if you’re looking for some smaller TVs for your bedroom, guest room or any other room in your house, then you won’t want to miss this deal. Right now, Amazon is offering up to 53% off smaller Insignia F20 Series Fire TVs. There’s no set expiration on these deals, so we’d recommend getting your order in soon if you’re hoping to grab one at this price.
These Insignia F20 Series smart TVs use Amazon’s Fire OS, which means that you can access all of your favorite streaming apps right out of the box. They also come with an Alexa-enabled voice remote, so you can easily browse through shows and movies hands-free. And for Apple users, they have built-in AirPlay so you can stream videos, music, photos and more using your iPhone, iPad or other Apple device. They have an LED display and boast a 720p HD resolution, and there are three sizes you can find on sale right now.
There’s athat’s on sale for $90 off if you want the 2020 model. However, you can also get the newer for the same $80 price, so we’d recommend going with the upgraded model as it’s the better value at the moment. If you have the room for a bigger screen, you can also grab a for $100, which saves you $80 compared to the usual price. And the biggest TV available at this sale is the , which is $70 off right now, dropping the price down to just $160.
And if you’re looking for a different model, size or resolution, you can check out our roundup of all theavailable now for even more bargains.
Source : https://www.cnet.com/deals/wow-80-dollars-for-a-2022-insignia-fire-tv-amazon-aint-playing-around/#ftag=CAD590a51e