EXPIRED: The New Roku SE Streaming Player Will Be Just $18 on Black Friday & The Roku Ultra Will Be Just $49.99 on Black Friday

Today Roku announced its Black Friday deals including an $18 Roku SE streaming player. This is a Roku Express with a new name and color made exclusively for Black Friday and sold at Walmart starting November 28th, 2019. Supply of the new 2019 Roku SE will be limited and if it is anything like last year, they will go quickly.

About the Roku SE:

The limited-edition Roku SE streaming player ($18 MSRP) offers an incredible value and makes streaming simple. Ideal for new users, secondary TVs and easy gifting, the Roku SE is compact. To enjoy live TV, news, sports, hit movies, popular shows, music and more, consumers simply plug the device into their TV using the included High-Speed HDMI cable and power cable and connect to the internet. Plus, with access to hundreds of free channels, including The Roku Channel, users can enjoy more free content without spending more. Roku SE is available in store at Walmart and online at Walmart.com beginning Nov. 28 while supplies last.

One note: the Roku SE listed on Walmart’s website for over $60 is last year’s Roku SE model.

Roku will also have its Roku Ultra on sale for just $49.99, down from $99.99. Want a Roku TV? Roku has also partnered with Walmart on new Roku TVs under the Onn. brand. These TVs include a 50″ 4K Roku TV for just $148 and a 40″ HD version for just $98. Want something bigger? Walmart will have a 58″ 4K Roku TV for just $198.

If you’re in the market for a soundbar, the Roku Smart Soundbar will be available at Best Buy and Roku.com for $149.99, that’s $30 off its $179.99 MSRP from Nov. 24 – Dec. 7.

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