The Alexa remote that comes with Amazon’s Fire TV Stick is pretty great, but that’s not the dream. The dream is being able to control your TV with hands-free Alexa rather than having to find your remote and hold down a button while you bark your commands. Well guess what: an early Black Friday deal on Amazon’s site will let you live that dream… for free!

Buy a Fire TV Stick right now on Amazon and you can get a free Echo Dot with your purchase. Actually, that’s not true because the Echo Dot isn’t free — Amazon will actually pay you a penny to take it! The Fire TV Stick costs $39.99 but if you buy this bundle that includes a Fire TV Stick and an Echo Dot, you’ll pay $39.98. What are you waiting for!?

Here’s more info from the product page:

  • Pair the included Fire TV Stick and Echo Dot (2nd Gen) and get hands-free voice control of your Fire TV with Alexa.
  • Use your voice to control playback of content (play, pause, resume) in many of your favorite apps. Additionally, many apps including Netflix, Hulu, CBS All Access, SHOWTIME, NBC, and others have integrated even further with Alexa, which will allow you to browse, search, and change channels within supported apps.
  • Fire TV Stick delivers streaming access to over tens of thousands of channels, apps, and Alexa skills and more than 500,000 movies and TV episodes.
  • Echo Dot has 7 far-field microphones that hear you from across the room for hands-free voice control, even while watching a movie or listening to music.
  • Ask Alexa to play music, order a pizza, or provide information. With compatible smart home devices, you can turn on the lights, set thermostats, and more.
  • Amazon Prime membership unlocks thousands of movies and TV episodes, including Thursday Night Football, Amazon Original Series, Prime Video Channels, and ad-free listening to millions of songs with Prime Music.

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