Best Prime Big Deal Days 2023 Savings On Streaming Players And Services

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Amazon’s Prime Big Deal Days is here and offers discounts on an number of products and services, including deals on streaming devices and streaming services.


As a reminder, Prime Big Deal Days runs through October 11th so it is possible new deals could be added any any time. We will keep this post updated.

Best Fire TV deals

Amazon Fire TV Cube

If you’re looking for a new Fire TV streaming player, here are the best Prime Big Deals Day discounts so far:

Amazon's new TVs

If more interested in a Fire TV-powered smart TV, there are plenty of options to choose from including 2-Series, 4-Series, and Omni series models,

Fire TV 2-Series HD smart TV

Fire TV 4-Series 4K UHD smart TV

Fire TV Omni Series 4K UHD smart TV


As confirmed last week, Amazon is also currently offering 6 months of MGM+ for free when buying a new Fire TV device, and this promotion is available with with many of the Fire TV products listed above.

Other streaming device deals

While Amazon sales events are a good time to pick up Amazon’s own hardware devices, there are plenty of sales on other devices as well. Here are some of the best:

Best streaming service deals

BET Plus

The best streaming service deal during Prime Big Deal Days is BET+. While a standard subscription costs $9.99 a month, Prime Video Channels is currently offering BET+ for $0.99/month for 3 months. This offer ends on October 15.

Other streaming service deals

The deals below are not necessarily for Prime Big Deal Days but they are still deals worth checking out.

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