Today we're tracking the best discount seen to date on the 2021 Apple TV 4K, which provides up to $19 in savings on the 32GB and 64GB models. Starting with the 32GB Apple TV 4K, you can get this model for $169.00, down from $179.00. This beats the previous record low price by $1.

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You can also get the 64GB Apple TV 4K for $179.98, down from $199.00. Both of these Apple TVs are sold by Amazon, and they're in stock and ready to ship today.

Lastly is the 32GB Apple TV HD with new Siri Remote for $144.98, down from $149.00. This version is the same fourth generation Apple TV HD device, but now it's bundled with the revamped Siri Remote.

Although the sales on these Apple TV models aren't particularly steep, they are the best offers around and worth checking out if you're still on the market for the newest Apple TV 4K. You can keep an eye out on Apple TV deals in our Best Apple TV 4K Deals guide.

Update: We've updated this article to reflect an increased discount on the 64GB Apple TV 4K.

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Top Rated Comments

iMerik Avatar
34 months ago

~$200 for a streaming device is just insane. Walmart Onn 4k with Google TV is $30 and work beautifully. Forget roku devices! Their interface is oudated and just ugly!
Since I can afford the rare purchase, I'm happy I picked up the Apple TV, since I'm mostly an Apple house and I can use it with Apple Arcade and Apple Fitness+ with my Apple One Premier subscription. And I also try to avoid giving my data to Google and Amazon the best I can.
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consumerDan Avatar
34 months ago

Arn can't make that affiliate marketing money mentioning Costco.
So true! I do see a disclaimer that they get a referral, but it feels like a conflict of interest situation. You can't say "all-time low" with complete transparency. More like all-time low with our referral link :D
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consumerDan Avatar
34 months ago
To echo previous deal alerts, Costco's price for Apple TV 4K 32 GB is $169.99 normally, but it's funny how these "deals" never mention Costco. Purchase with a Costco Citibank card and you also get a free extended warranty plus rebate from Costco annually. Better price, better warranty, and if you change your mind - 90 days to return - no questions asked at Costco.

If you have a Costco membership it's a no brainer to purchase from Costco :)
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Greyland Avatar
34 months ago
If you are active military or a veteran you can get 10% off of anything at Apple, except services, through ID.me. That makes the 64Gb (new) Apple TV 4K $179.00. If you use your Apple Card for your purchase (in full) you will get $5.37 (3%) back as Daily Cash. Unless my calculations are off.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
blacktape242 Avatar
34 months ago
all time low isnt very low....doesnt even pay for the tax on the item.
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applicious84 Avatar
34 months ago
Wow! I'm rushing out to buy these.

That 32GB Apple TV is a whopping 3.4% off.

And the 64GB version is even better at 5.3% off.

I could start saving up for a new car with those--or at least a couple subway rides.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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