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Now through Sept. 2, you can get a free Echo Dot when you buy a Fire TV Edition TV set — that’s a $50 savings.
First up, the Insignia 24-inch 720p HD Smart LED TV — Fire TV Edition (NS-24DF310NA19) features HD picture quality with rich colors and dark black levels at a low price point. Usually going for $150, the Insignia HD TV is now on sale for just $100.
This TV features Amazon’s Fire TV built-in for video streaming popular entertainment apps, such as Amazon Prime Video, Netflix, YouTube, HBO Now, and more. It also comes with Amazon Alexa voice assistant built into its included remote for hands-free navigation and quick voice searching.
When paired with the Echo Dot, it becomes an even smarter and more powerful smart home device. You can open up the TV for more voice commands and full internet searches with live updates and information for news, weather, and sports. In fact, the Echo Dot can even be used to beef up the TV’s audio for a more robust viewing experience.
Shop it: $100 (was $150), amazon.com
But don’t just take our word for it.
“This is a wonderful and affordable TV. Set up was easy and having FireTV already installed was great,” a happy Amazon reviewer wrote. “Menus are easy to navigate. Having three HDMI inputs is awesome. I plugged my cable box into one and my Blu-Ray player into another and still have one free for gaming systems, etc. Picture is crystal clear. Although they suggest two people to unbox, I did it myself carefully, and the legs were clearly marked what side they are put on. If you're on a tight budget, this is a great TV for a great price!”
Shop it: Insignia 24-inch 720p HD Smart LED TV — Fire TV Edition, $100 (was $150), amazon.com
Next, if you’re looking for something bigger, then the Toshiba 32-inch 720p HD Smart LED TV — Fire TV Edition (32LF221U19) is a solid pick. It features a larger 32 -inch display with the same HD resolution. The TV is now on sale for $130, or $50 off its list price on Amazon.
It usually retails for $180, while you can still get a free Echo Dot with purchase. The TV also has the Amazon Fire TV built-in with easy access to Amazon Prime Video, Hulu, PlayStation Vue, and more.
This TV has a slightly better build quality than the Insignia, but both are a great value for their impressive picture quality and smart TV features that include hands-free navigation and voice search via Amazon Alexa.
“We bought this TV as an upgrade to replace our old TV that we used with a smart Blu-Ray player,” wrote a satisfied Amazon reviewer. “So far we are very happy with it, as senior citizens that are technically challenged so we called our grandson to come set it up for us. This was done very quickly and with no difficulty. He walked us through how to use it and it is very simple. We do not have a sound system to connect it to but we are able to hear the TV perfectly as is. The color and picture is also bright and clear. We have cable and Prime and have not had any issues with any of it.”
The Toshiba 32-inch 720p HD Smart LED TV — Fire TV Edition also comes in a 49-inch model with a clearer 1080p Full HD resolution. It’s now on sale for $250, or $80 off its $330 retail price.
Shop it: Toshiba 32-inch 720p HD Smart LED TV — Fire TV Edition, $130 (was $180), amazon.com
Shop it: Free with Fire TV Edition TV (was $50), amazon.com
To take advantage of this deal, you have to add either the Insignia 24-inch 720p HD Smart LED TV — Fire TV Edition or the Toshiba 32-inch 720p HD Smart LED TV — Fire TV Edition to your cart on Amazon. Then you have to add the Echo Dot to your shopping cart afterwards.
Amazon will automatically discount the sales amount of the Echo Dot in the order summary with “Fire TV Promo" attached. And that’s it. Now just enjoy your new Fire TV Edition TV and your free Echo Dot.
Shop it: Echo Dot (3rd Gen), Free with Fire TV Edition TV (was $50), amazon.com
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.
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