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Amazon Fire TV Stick (£29.99) instore/online Maplin

£29.99 @ Maplin
I know these were much cheaper over the Black Friday weekend and also this seems to be an instore only deal. However for anyone still looking for an Amazon Fire TV Stick, you can save a fiver in Ma…
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2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago
I know these were much cheaper over the Black Friday weekend and also this seems to be an instore only deal.

However for anyone still looking for an Amazon Fire TV Stick, you can save a fiver in Maplin, picked one up tonight, had loads in the Chesterfield store.
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#1
nice find, heat from me.
#2
unavailable online
1 Like #3
Bought them for 19.99 and applied the 5 quid prime app thing on top to make it 15 in total - real steal at that price.
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They should be dropping in price in general soon as the new version is coming out
#5
woldranger
They should be dropping in price in general soon as the new version is coming out


​When is it coming out? Been hearing this for months and it still isn't available in the UK
#6
matwalaboy
Bought them for 19.99 and applied the 5 quid prime app thing on top to make it 15 in total - real steal at that price.


​Ive heard people reference this £5 "thing" but no idea what it is. Please explain. Thanks.
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furiousjammin
matwalaboy
Bought them for 19.99 and applied the 5 quid prime app thing on top to make it 15 in total - real steal at that price.
​Ive heard people reference this £5 "thing" but no idea what it is. Please explain. Thanks.
So Amazon have a prime now app (available for iOS and android) and if they deliver to your post code and you make your first order you get a 5 pound off code for goods sold by Amazon - which is what I used to buy these. Please check if your post code is covered and take benefit from it, if it is -:)
#8
matwalaboy
furiousjammin
matwalaboy
Bought them for 19.99 and applied the 5 quid prime app thing on top to make it 15 in total - real steal at that price.
​Ive heard people reference this £5 "thing" but no idea what it is. Please explain. Thanks.
So Amazon have a prime now app (available for iOS and android) and if they deliver to your post code and you make your first order you get a 5 pound off code for goods sold by Amazon - which is what I used to buy these. Please check if your post code is covered and take benefit from it, if it is -:)
Wow. Didn't know anything about that. Thanks for the info Matwalaboy. I will go check. :)
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furiousjammin
matwalaboy
furiousjammin
matwalaboy
Bought them for 19.99 and applied the 5 quid prime app thing on top to make it 15 in total - real steal at that price.
​Ive heard people reference this £5 "thing" but no idea what it is. Please explain. Thanks.
So Amazon have a prime now app (available for iOS and android) and if they deliver to your post code and you make your first order you get a 5 pound off code for goods sold by Amazon - which is what I used to buy these. Please check if your post code is covered and take benefit from it, if it is -:)
Wow. Didn't know anything about that. Thanks for the info Matwalaboy. I will go check. :)
you are welcome - hope you can save that 5 pounds :)
#10
Paid £35 quid for this last week. Seems pretty decent. A lot better than my chromecast which is pretty useless in comparison for similar money.
#11
Rusty82
Paid £35 quid for this last week. Seems pretty decent. A lot better than my chromecast which is pretty useless in comparison for similar money.
I currently have the google chrome. Can you please explain why this is better as I don't know if I will benefit from buying one. Thanks.
#12
Also same price on Amazon.
#13
zara_x
Rusty82
Paid £35 quid for this last week. Seems pretty decent. A lot better than my chromecast which is pretty useless in comparison for similar money.
I currently have the google chrome. Can you please explain why this is better as I don't know if I will benefit from buying one. Thanks.


​Well, the main reason I bought this was for a TV in my kitchen. I didn't want to run a cable from the loft aerial so I can use this instead. You can download apps to this and do other things like play games if you were so inclined. The chromecast I only use to send 'stuff' too, which you can do with this also as far as I know.

I use the TV Player app on this and it works well for my needs of a kitchen TV, not sure if I'd want to use it as my main source of freeview.

Also has apps like Netflix and YouTube to use on the TV rather than send from a device.

I've not used it for long but it seems to be pretty decent.

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