NVIDIA Shield Sale: Get The Best 4K Streaming Player for $40 off
NVIDIA Shield TV went on sale yesterday for $139.99. That’s $40 off the regular price.
Starting today and continuing through Cyber Monday you can score a SHIELD TV (with remote) for $139.99 in the U.S. – that’s $40 off the regular retail price.
Amazon and Best Buy are making the deal a little sweeter by throwing in a free Echo Dot with a purchase of a Shield.
In Canada, cord cutters can pick up SHIELD for $179.99 — $50 off their regular retail price.
- Dates: Thu, Nov 8 through Mon, Nov 26
- US Discount: $40 off SHIELD TV (with remote)
- US Retailers: SHIELD.com, Amazon, B&H, Best Buy, Fry’s, Newegg, Target, and Wal-Mart
The reduced-priced Shield TV is without a gamepad. But that doesn’t mean that remote-only Shield TV owners have to go without games. There are nearly 20 games that you can play with just a remote
NVIDIA Shield: Remote-only Games
Here’s everything else you can play without a NVIDIA Shield TV gamepad.
- Jackbox Party Pack 3
- Jackbox Party Pack 2
- Jackbox Party Pack
- Alto’s Adventure
- Riptide GP: Renegade
- Real Racing 3
- Crossy Road
- Mousebot: Escape from CatLab
- Red Ball 4
- PAC-MAN 256 – Endless Maze
- Table Top Racing
- AirAttack 2
- Epic Heroes War
- Beach Buggy Racing
- Riptide GP 2
- Power Hover
Even without the gamepad, the remote-only model of Shield TV is exactly the same. You get a 4K streamer running on Android TV, expandable storage, an open ecosystem of apps and games, and the power of Google Assistant in the living room. And, you can always add a gamepad later.
Another NVIDIA Shield sale coming?
This is a super price for a NVIDIA Shield TV, and it’s a great time of a year to scoop up a gift or two for yourself before starting your holiday shopping in earnest. NVIDIA suggested that they may not be done with offering a great deal on NVIDIA Shield units on Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
I have no insider info on what those sales might be. Currently, the Shield’s Gaming Edition, Smart Home Edition, and Shield Pro are still at full price. So, we’ll have to wait and see if NVIDIA offers any discounts on these other versions of Shield in the days of ahead.
Founder and Editor of The Cord Cutting Report. Before launching the site in 2016, he worked for more than two decades as a staff writer or correspondent for a number of daily newspapers, including The Boston Globe. His enthusiasm for tech began with the Atari 2600. Follow @james_kimble
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