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Smart HD TV deal: Get the 2020 24-inch Amazon Insignia Fire TV for less than a hundred bucks

SAVE 41%: If you're looking for a straightforward TV, the Insignia 24-inch Smart HD 720p Fire TV is on sale for just $99.99, which is 41% down from its original price of $169.99.

8K and OLED TVs are all well and good for those with some extra cash to splurge with and priorities that prize an impeccable viewing experience, but for the average joe, there's just no need to spend an arm and a leg on a curved TV spanning a whole wall.

If you only break out the TV when you have guests over (Netflix just hits different on your laptop under the covers at 3 a.m., ok?), you might just want a simple, straightforward model. Or, if you're not sure how long you'll be living in one place, you might not want to deal with the hassle of moving an expensive, delicate TV monitor. If that's the case, consider a no-frills screen that will let you host game-day viewing parties or The Bachelor marathons, but isn't necessarily an ultra-fancy unit.

Insignia 24-inch Class F20 Series Smart HD 720p Fire TV

  • Was: $170
  • With Deal: $100
  • You Save: $70 (41%)

Insignia full HD Smart TV is a new generation of television featuring the Fire TV experience built-in and including a Voice Remote with Insignia delivers a superior TV experience that gets smarter everyday.

The Amazon Insignia Smart HD Fire TV is a pretty solid option — the 24-inch model has a display of 720p, which is what most Youtube videos peak at anyways, so you're not missing out on much detail in your favorite vloggers' GRWM. Fire TV is built into the model, so you just unpack it, plug it in, connect to WiFi, and you're all set to access all your mainstream apps, including Prime Video, Netflix, Hulu, HBO Max, YouTube, Apple TV+, Disney+, ESPN+, Sling TV, Paramount+, and more. Plus, the included Voice Remote has Alexa functions too, so you can control the TV (power, volume, navigation, playback, switching input, etc.) with your voice, search across apps, integrate your TV screen with your smart home devices, or even order pizza and check the weather.

For a seamless, easy, and extremely affordable TV experience, check out the Insignia 24-inch Smart TV at Amazon for $99.99.

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