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Three products to help you cut the cord

Three products to help you cut the cord

Tired of spending too much on cable? These products won't just cut your bill, they'll let you watch the shows you want when you want them.

Amazon Fire TV

$99.00

Deal alert: Save $49 on Fire TV and Kindle Fire

Fire TV gives you access to every major streaming service with the closest ties to Amazon Instant Video and Amazon Prime. If you have kids, though, it might be a smarter buy than other systems. Amazon's Fire TV features a "FreeTime" option that lets kids safely navigate visually through topics like "Cinderella," "Dinosaurs" or "Puppies."

Fire TV also c0mes with a free month of Amazon Prime, which gives you access to the company's streaming service.

Bonus: Leaf Ultimate Indoor HDTV Antenna

$69.99 (originally $112.49)

Remember your old TV's antenna? Leaf's Ultimate Indoor HDTV Antenna brings a modern flair to the classic TV antenna, and HD to boot! The Leaf Ultimate mounts anywhere and pulls in crystal-clear HD broadcasting - with no subscription fee.

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Roku 3 Box streaming

Roku 3

$94.64

Roku was one of the first popular streaming boxes for your TV set. The latest iteration differentiates itself by having a faster processor and including a headphone jack in its remote.

If you're having trouble keeping a housemate awake with your media, you might look to Roku 3 as a quiet solution to your noisy problem.

Click here to see how it stacks up to the FireTV and other streaming gadgets.

Google Chromecast

$34.31

If you're already familiar with how to watch HD videos on your smartphone, Chromecast can be a budget cord-cutting solution.

The dongle plugs directly into your TV, letting you stream HD video from a smartphone, tablet or Chrome browser on your computer. Click here to learn more about it.

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