Check out our Fire Tablet guide to figure out which (if any) is best for you. Fire tablets are incredibly cheap, but are also mostly made for streaming, basic tasks, and entertaining kiddos.
Fire HD 8 for $50 ($30 off)
This is our favorite Fire tablet overall. It’s portable and shares many features with its larger, 10-inch sibling.
Fire HD 8 Kids Edition for $80 ($50 off)
This is a great pick for younger kids, and the two-year worry-free guarantee ensures that you’ll get a replacement if your child manages to break it.
Fire 7 Tablet for $30 ($20 off)
This isn’t our favorite tablet. In fact, we recommend avoiding it, especially since the bigger and better version is just $20 more for Black Friday. Still, it’s on sale, so if you were ever to go against our recommendations, now would the time. (But don’t!)
Fire 7 Kids Edition for $60 ($40 off)
Similarly to the grownup version, the Fire 7 Kids Edition doesn’t cut it when compared to the HD 8 Kids Edition. One exception is if your child still has especially tiny hands.
Fire HD 10 for $100 ($50 off)
This model is the best Fire tablet on the market. We noted in our guide that has a bit more processing power than the Fire HD 8, and the larger screen is great for watching videos.
Best Fire TV Deals
Fire TV devices offer a neat way to stream content without needing cable or a smart TV—though they strongly push you to use Amazon services to stream that content (though they do have Netflix and other major apps). You can even check out WIRED with one. As with so many tech products these days, there are some privacy concerns you should be aware of.
Fire TV Stick with 4K with Alexa Voice Remote for $25 ($25 off)
This is the upgraded Fire TV Stick, and it’s a great option if you stream 4K content. The included Alexa Voice Remote lets you control media playback using Alexa, which is a nice (if not wholly necessary) feature.
Fire TV Stick with Alexa Voice Remote for $20 ($20 off)
This baseline model is less expensive than the aforementioned version, but for just $5 more, we’d suggest future-proofing by picking up the 4K option.
Fire TV Cube for $90 ($30 off)
This product is basically an Amazon Fire TV with some extra Alexa voice assistant functions built into it. We have mixed feelings on using voice, but it’s still a decent Fire TV. You can use it to control compatible smart home devices, like lights or your television itself. However, if you have any other Alexa devices around, combining the two features isn’t really necessary.