Sticking with Amazon’s own devices, the Fire TV Lite is still available for a ludicrous £14.99. This diddy HDMI dongle boasts access to the vast library of streaming apps and games available for Fire OS, clever AI assistant Alexa to switch between channels, find movies from a specific director or starring a favourite actor, as well as check on live footage from Ring doorbells, order takeaways, control smart lights and more.
Compared to the pricier Fire TV gadgets available from Amazon (these top out at an expensive £109.99 for the Fire TV Cube), you’ll be limited to 1080p High Definition streaming and there are no universal controls on the bundled remote to adjust the volume of your TV speakers or paired sound system.
If you’re looking to shake up the annual Monopoly or Cluedo game with the family, Amazon has slashed money off a bucket load of Big Potato board games, including critical hits like P For Pizza and Scrawl. There’s also the Blockbuster game for movie fans to test their trivia, and the newly-launched Burn Book game, based on the pivotal scene from Tina Fey’s enduring comedy hit Mean Girls. Top Of The Pops rounds out the selection. There’s as much as 30% off these games – and given the time of year, we can’t imagine these will be available for much longer.
Smart home enthusiasts can kit-out their homes with some Philips Hue lightbulbs, which can be controlled with your voice using Siri, Alexa, or Google Assistant. A companion app on your smartphone, tablet or smartwatch can set the colour temperature, colour options, brightness, and synchronise the lights with movie night.
If you were fortunate enough to open a new console under the tree yesterday, there are a number of PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X games that have been discounted in the Amazon Boxing Day Sale. Those who didn’t get a console could treat themselves to the Nintendo Switch bundle too.
Still want more? We’ve rounded up more of the deals that caught our eye below…