With Black Friday deals already going into effect, holiday shopping has started for many of us. For those who want to get a head start on finding gifts for everyone on their list, we’re diving into gift guides today with the best Black Friday gift deals under $25 for cord cutters. Check out our Black Friday page to stay updated on streaming deals as we spot them and to find all of our gift guides in one place as they roll out over the coming weeks.
Here are some of our favorite deals for gifts under $25.
(Note: Availability and prices below are accurate at the time of posting, but are likely to change throughout the holiday season.)
Fire TV Stick Lite
Starting today, several Amazon streaming devices are going on sale for Black Friday, including the all new Fire TV Stick Lite. Check out our full video review of the Fire TV Stick and Fire TV Stick Lite right here.
Amazon Smart Plug
The Amazon Smart Plug works with Alexa to add voice control to any outlet. Use the outlet to schedule when your lights, fans, appliances, and more will turn on and off automatically. The outlet is simple to set up and use – just plug it in, open the Alexa app, and use voice commands.
FandangoNow Gift Cards
Price: Starting at $25
Give the gift of a movie night with a FandangoNow gift card. FandangoNOW offers more than 150,000 movie and TV titles, including new releases. There’s no subscription required to rent or buy digital movies, and with a digital gift card, you can email your gift to family and friends all over the country. Bonus: FandangoNow has a sale for 15% off gift card orders right now.
Make any space a little smarter with this plug-in smart speaker that lets you get help from Alexa in more places throughout your home. Use voice commands to turn on lights, adjust thermostats, lock doors, and more with compatible connected devices. The Flex comes with a mic mute button so you can disable Alexa whenever you want.
Star Wars – The Child PopSocket
If you have a Mandalorian fan on your gift list, this is an inexpensive gift they’ll love. A PopSocket gives you a secure grip for your phone so you can text with one hand, snap better photos, and watch videos hands-free.
Radio Alarm Clock $23.99
Do you know a new cord cutter who’s missing the clock from their old cable box? It’s a common comment from those who have replaced their cable box with a streaming device. This affordable radio alarm clock has a nice, big display along with a USB port to charge your phone or tablet.
The Roku Premiere with 4K and HDR streaming capability is on sale for Black Friday today through November 30. Check out our video breaking down the differences between Roku devices here and check out more deals on Roku devices here.
3 Pack Protective Case for Roku Remotes
If you know someone who’s always losing their remote control, this is the gift for them. These silicone covers are bright and easy to spot, with two glow in the dark options that make them easy to find even at night. Be sure to check the product description before ordering to make sure it’s a match for your gift recipient’s Roku model.
Hulu Gift Cards
Price: Starting at $25
Hulu gift cards start at $25, enough to get someone started with a few months of a basic Hulu subscription. These gift cards are digital, so you can have it emailed to your recipient or print it out to stick inside of a holiday card for them to redeem online.
ONME Cable Clips
Many cord cutters have several devices in their streaming set up, each with their own cords, creating chaos around the TV. If you’re gifting someone a new device, these convenient little clips are a great add-on to manage the mess.
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Jess Barnes attended Edinboro University and spent years working in nonprofit before taking up freelance writing in 2012. Jess has been working for Cord Cutters News since 2017.