Roku’s Black Friday deals are now live. Right now you can save on Roku’s newest devices, the 2020 Roku Ultra and the Roku Streambar, along with more of Roku’s popular streaming devices.
These Roku deals are live now and will run through November 30th at major retailers including Amazon, Best Buy, Target, and Walmart.
- Roku SE on sale for $17 (Walmart exclusive, available Nov. 27)
- Roku Premiere on sale for $24.99, down from $39.99
- Roku Streaming Stick+ on sale for $29.99, down from $49.99
- Roku Ultra on sale for $69.99, down from $99.99
- Roku Streambar on sale for $99.99, down from $129.99
The Roku Premiere is the simple way to start streaming in HD, 4K, and HDR. The Premiere also includes a Premium High Speed HDMI cable. Stream what you love, including live TV, news, sports, movies, shows, and more.
Roku Streaming Stick+
The Roku Streaming Stick+ has a long-range wireless receiver for extended wireless range and smooth streaming anywhere in the house. Enjoy brilliant HD, 4K, and HDR picture quality, plus a voice remote with TV controls.
The Roku Ultra is the fastest and most powerful device in Roku’s lineup. Loaded with a new and improved quad-core processor, you’ll enjoy channels that launch in a snap and a responsive interface.
The Roku Streambar easily upgrades any TV with powerful streaming and premium sound. Hear every detail as you stream the most popular channels in vibrant 4K HDR picture quality.
Looking for more Black Friday deals? Check out our Black Friday 2020 page to stay updated on the best streaming deals, gifts, and more during the holiday season.
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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.