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Here Are The Cord Cutting Black Friday Deals You Can Still Get


Black Friday is not over yet! There are still may great Black Friday deals out there for cord cutters. Here are the best Black Friday that we found are still live:

Roku Streaming Stick+

The Roku Streaming Stick+, which is regularly $69.99, will be available for $49.99. This year the deals will start on Wednesday, November 22, at 9:01 p.m. PST. The offer will run through Monday, November 27, at 11:59 p.m. PST.

Roku Express

Right now you can get the new 2016 Roku Express for just $25. (Typically $30.)

Tablo DUAL OTA DVR for Cord Cutters – 64 GB with WiFi – For use with HDTV Antennas Just $149.99!

  • Whole-home networked DVR: Browse, record, and stream free live over-the-air (OTA) HDTV to any device, any time, anywhere – without the expense or commitment of cable or satellite contracts.
  • Cancel cable, keep the DVR: Watch, pause, and record live antenna TV. Browse upcoming shows, schedule and manage recordings by episode or Series. Skip commercials, fast-forward and rewind recordings.
  • Dual-band Wi-Fi included: The only OTA DVR with Wi-Fi, Tablo lets you position the DVR and antenna for the best signal reception. (HDTV antenna required, sold separately)
  • 64GB internal + expandable USB storage: Record up to 40 hours of HDTV, right out of the box. Upgrade recording capacity by adding an external USB hard drive. (USB hard drive sold separately)
  • Tablo: the live TV app: Enjoy Tablo apps on iOS & Android mobile devices, computers, Smart TVs, streaming media & gaming devices, including Roku, Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV, NVIDIA SHIELD, and XBOX

You can find the Tablo DVR on Amazon HERE.

Amazon Devices

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  • Joe Mama

    I’ll buy a Tablo when they stop charging for the guide.

    • Fred Koot

      Then Never. Everyone has to pay for a guide even Tablo

    • Dean G

      I have an iview, you can use a hd to record shows and comes with a guide. No subscription needed for the guide. I paid like $30 for it on Amazon.