Cord cutters have more options than even in 2016 for ditching cable and saving some serious cash each month. But while saving money on your cable bill is the endgame, there are also ways to save money up front on the gear you’ll need to actually cut the cord.

Here’s a perfect example: from now through the end of the day on April 9th, you can save big on an Amazon Fire TV + HD Antenna Bundle.

The key details:

  • Includes the all-new Amazon Fire TV ($99.99), the AmazonBasics Ultra Thin Indoor HDTV Antenna (35-mile) ($24.99), and an AmazonBasics HDMI cable – 6 Feet ($6.49).
  • Over 3,000 channels, apps and games on Amazon Fire TV including access to over 250,000 TV episodes and movies from Netflix, Amazon Video, Hulu, and more
  • Amazon Fire TV now supports 4K Ultra HD, has 75% more processing power, better Wi-Fi support, 8 GB of storage, and expandable storage of up to 128 GB
  • Just connect the AmazonBasics HD Antenna directly to your TV to receive local HD broadcasts from major networks such as ABC, NBC, CBS, and FOX. Get live sports, local news, late night shows, and more. Specific channel reception depends on broadcasts available in your local area.
  • Get a subscription to apps like HBO NOW, Showtime, or Sling TV to watch TV episodes, movies, and sports, without cable
  • Amazon Prime members get unlimited access to Prime Video, including original programming like Transparent and Man in the High Castle, plus over 1 million songs with Prime Music
  • Say it. Watch it. Say the name of what you want to watch and start enjoying in seconds. Now with Alexa, use your Fire TV Voice Remote to check sports scores or the weather, play music, and more – instantly.

This setup would cost more than $130 when purchased separately, and the bundle saves you $20. For a limited time though, you’ll save even more.

Amazon Fire TV + HD Antenna Bundle: $94.99 with free Prime shipping

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