Today we're tracking the best discount seen to date on the 2021 Apple TV 4K, which provides up to $10 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 is a match of the previous all-time low price on this model, and it's been the most consistent deal this summer.

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You can also get the 64GB Apple TV 4K for $189.98, down from $199.00. We've seen this Apple TV 4K discounted by an additional $10, so this sale is a second-best price. Both of these Apple TVs are sold by Amazon, and they're in stock and ready to ship today.

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.

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Top Rated Comments

TXAppleUser Avatar
29 months ago
A whole $10 off! Wow! *rolls eyes*
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
FightTheFuture Avatar
29 months ago

A $100 HomePod mini serves as a homekit hub. That would leave you with $80 to get basically any other streaming stick or box out there and you'd get a HomePod mini out of it too.
I’ve got an Apple TV 4K, used on a TCL Roku TV and gave away two Fire TVs. The cheaper streaming devices aren’t worth it in comparison, I always prefer Apple TV.
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Duane Martin Avatar
29 months ago

I can't believe people still trust in Apple after CSAM mess. For Apple you are a product and money feeder. Apple holding tons of customer data and they explode all iSheeps once their earnings start slows down.
Say what? First, are you a time-traveller because you wrote “after CSAM mess” when that has not been released yet and may well not be. Second, the only privacy-head-in-the-sand sheep I am aware of are the people who continue to use Google, Facebook, Amazon, etc who are already scanning CSAM but in a way you would never know if they sold out to foreign entities. Seriously, how stupid do the you think the rest of us are?

On topic, the Apple TV experience is far superior to any other device I have ever experienced, don’t even get me started on so-called “Smart TVs“, and is worth the cost to me. Bonus, I am not selling my privacy in the process.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Rychiar Avatar
29 months ago
These things feel so overpriced in 2021
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Sciomar Avatar
29 months ago

I can't believe people still trust in Apple after CSAM mess. For Apple you are a product and money feeder. Apple holding tons of customer data and they explode all iSheeps once their earnings start slows down.
Do tell what phone designer has your absolute trust vs Apple.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
827538 Avatar
29 months ago
I really like our Apple TV's. I got an HD Homerun 4K Flex so I can also watch free live TV and the device is perfect. I think it's maybe a little expensive but it does what it does better than anything else. Extremely fast and responsive and the voice recognition is superb.

Google and Amazon might be cheaper, but they are cheaper because you are the product. Despite Apple's stupid CSAM mess they are head and shoulders above Amazon and Google in keeping my data private.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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