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Save Up to 50% On a Roku Streaming Stick During Black Friday

Roku Ultra on a TV stand.
Justin Duino / Review Geek

The cold weather might force you inside, but at least you can stream your favorite movies and shows. Now’s the time to take advantage of Roku’s Black Friday sale, which could save you up to 50% on a 4K streaming stick.

Here are the best Roku Black Friday deals available today:

The highlight of this deal is Roku’s Streaming Stick 4K. It usually costs $50, but it’s just $25 for Black Friday. The Streaming Stick 4K offers high-resolution video with support for Dolby Vision and HDR10+. And like all Roku products, the Streaming Stick 4K unlocks the excellent Roku Channel, a free streaming service for on-demand and live TV.

If you don’t need 4K video, grab the Roku Express HD. At just $18, it’s cheaper than a month of Netflix’s Premium plan—now that’s a killer deal!

What are you waiting for? Order a discounted Roku streaming stick before Black Friday ends. We won’t see prices like this for another few months.

Roku Express

The affordable Roku Express grants instant access to all your favorite streaming services, plus tons of free content through The Roku Channel. Grab one now and ditch cable.

Roku Streaming Stick 4K

The Roku Streaming Stick 4K supports high-resolution video with Dolby Vision and HDR10+. It's an awesome and affordable addition to any 4K TV.

Roku Streambar | 4K/HD/HDR Streaming Media Player & Premium Audio, All In One, Includes Roku Voice Remote

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